ULTIMATE Workout Mistake When Changing Blast Cycles

Kai Palikiko          Dec.  16, 2020

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The ultimate mistake I could ever do is if I were to do a workout program that does not align with my blast cycle.  What's going on brother? My name is Kai, and if you have any questions for me, the best way to reach me is the link to my email. Now you can easily find that link in the description, you click on that link, it takes you to a website, you put in your name, your email, any questions you have for me, it is gonna go directly to my proton mail.

When it comes to doing a particular blast cycle, either bulking or cutting, I'm gonna change my diet, I'm gonna change my habits, I'm gonna change my lifestyle.

So why wouldn't I change my workout program either? There's a lot of threads out there that I read all the time, and man, some of this stuff is just cringe. Some of these guys are just so, I don't know, I don't know where they get their information from, but they truly believe, or a good amount of guys out there truly believe that a workout program shouldn't change at all, I should just do the same exact workout program to whatever cycle I'm doing.

And I guess logically, it makes sense, right, because Gear is going to heighten the results that I'm doing. But I'm not going to be able to take advantage, say I don't change my workout program at all. For example, if I'm going to do a boss cycle of bulking, I use a lot of bulky agents, NPP with Anadrol, and of course, testosterone based. Say if I were to do that, and I remained with the same exact workout program, not changing anything at all. 

I'm not gonna be able to take advantage of the strength gains that I am going to get. It really defeats the purpose of using these bulking agents, because if I'm going to do a bulking cycle, dude, I mean, I guess there's no harm not taking advantage of it, but I mean, I'm going to want to. When I feel the Anadrol kick in, I'm going to want to take advantage of the strength that I'm getting out of it.

So I see a lot of threads out there, oh, it just do the same exact thing. I'm not going to do that at all. Why? Because if I'm feeling the energy, everything I'm getting out of, say the NPP when it kicks in, and everything is starting to feel light, I'm gonna want to push the weights. 

So I'm going to go the complete opposite, I'm going to drop my repetitions, I'm going to drop everything that I do in terms of how many times I'm going to do a certain set, but I'm gonna concentrate more now on heavy lifting, I'm gonna want as much mass as possible.

When it comes to the actual image of it, the aesthetics of it, even though it's a bulking agent, it doesn't aromatize, but I'll get to that in a minute when it comes to the post cycle therapy stuff, it doesn't aromatize.

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And one of the biggest things I could do per mass would be heavy lifting. The same thing goes with the cutting cycle as well. 

 Say I want to do a good decent cutting cycle, an intermediate level one, right, test EQ and say Turinabol. If I'm going to do EQ, if I am gonna do Turinabol on top of that, my RBC count is going to climb up a little bit, a little bit more cardio output. So what am I gonna do with that cycle? I'm going to increase my volume, I am gonna increase my reps, I'm gonna do a lot of supersets.

I'm gonna do everything I can to take advantage of the extra cardio that I'm going to do. So that's gonna make me burn more calories, burn more body fat, burn more everything, instead of just, oh, I'm just going to the same exact routine over and over again. That to me just doesn't make sense. I mean, you know, once in a while, I'd want to switch it up, once in a while I want to do different routines. 

And yeah, when it comes to certain cutting cycles, I'm gonna want to take advantage of the extra cardio output out there, increase more cardio time as well, more treadmill, more Stairmaster.

And of course, more repetition when it comes to using these weights. So anytime I see somebody thinking, just do the same exact thing, no, that's not how it works. If I'm gonna change my diet, my lifestyle, the workout program also comes with that as well. So pretty much can I do a high set high repetitions type of workout on a bulking cycle?

Of course. In order for me to find the right workout program for a particular cycle, I got to try it out, I got to see which way is my body going to respond more. For a bigger size, am I gonna respond better with high reps, high volume type of workout, or is it low reps, but heavier weights? There's only one way for me to find out, it is by switching the workout program, and that's the best thing we can do. 

And every single blast cycle I'm gonna do, I'm always going to switch it up. Maybe I need more concentration, maybe I need more isolation, maybe I need more weights, maybe I need less weights. But every single cycle that I do, I'm always going to change something, I'm never going to do the same exact workout over and over again, even if it was giving me good results. 

Because every time I change esters, every time I change a certain compound, that's going to completely change how my body reacts to the diet or even the lifting program itself. Anyways brother, the link to my email is right in the description. Other than that, Kai here, out. Take care.



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