T-Nation actually had a pretty good article on this and I’m struggling to find it. Timing it to where fish oil was taking 60min prior to training, and then taking it 60minues or so after training. It was supposed to keep the fat burning going a bit longer before it started slowing down to work on digestion of fish oil. (Something to that effect, don’t quote me, I’ll try to find the article and post it for you.
I think it boiled down to this as an example…if you were going to do your NEPA fasted first thing in the morning. If you take your fish oil then you’re still fasting to a small extent. However, your digesting that fish oil and the fat from that is also being used as fuel rather than what’s stored. I know it’s a different type of fat, but it’s still an “alternative fuel” vs brown fat, white fat. Maybe @Chris_Colucci can clarify? Maybe they know which article i’m referring to. I’d rather it get clarified that provide bad info.
The training is a set back…it’s still activity. I’ve found the training is VERY conducive to the nutrition laid out…they put alot of work into this. I’ve noticed it with the rest intervals being lowered each week as they’ve calculated your adaptation to new exercises. You get more efficient with the training.
Repeat after me. There are no PR’s worth attempting during a cut. lol
My opinion…if you’re that amped about getting started…atleast you finished the original 28 day plan…you can always do it again after 3 months of 5/3/1…and I would be surprised if your results are better.
Hurry up and pop that child into her Devil Dog and get on TRT.