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more bodyweight - bigger strength and endurace with calisthenics

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Post by Buckyx on Mon Oct 06, 2014 5:20 pm

being slightly over 80kg was natural to me(I am 173 cm) in the days I didnt train and payed no attention to diet
then I dropped to 75kg with training and diet in check, hit new personal records, it was 2012 tho

early 2013 injury happened, more than half year no real workouts, slowly was getting back where I was before and was at 80kg in may 2014, endurance same and much greater strength

then decided to cut again, endurance dropped rapidly, strength not so much and was at 73kg peak - wasnt feeling tired but felt no progress in training
crap eating, overeating, loss of motivation, depression made me to get back to 77 and now I even got to 80kg with hard trainings and better diet but my endurance goes up very fast even with strength training, what do you think?

I dont like to be fat but my performance is better at higher bodyweight, is it even possible to get stronger(and keep endurance) and leaner at the same time when I am not beginner anymore?

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