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So I've been off of the gym for a few months as I was battling with setting up My Business But now that I’ll have it under control within next 2-3 months maximum I would love to get back into the gym again.
I was relatively fit, got my BF down to 8.4% at one point for a photoshoot a while back so I have experience with lifting/dieting.
My question is this: I know how to push myself to my limits, and further if need be, but I'm unsure whether or not I should take it slow and easy for the first few weeks or just go all in.
When I left my big lifts weren't that great:
Bench- 165KG or 363lbs (appx.) Squat- 165KG or 363lbs (appx.) Deadlift- 244KG or 583lbs (appx.)
I know I could probably try and push to these weights sooner rather than later, but should I? Or should I focus on just getting there slow and steady, as if I were a beginner?
P.S - I LOST QUITE A FEW INCHES OF MY MUSCLES AND APPROXIMATELY 24KGS. .
The Day I Will Land Into The Gym I Promise I’ll Be In The Best Shape Of My Life Within 8 Fuckin Weeks.
Soon Dad Will Be Back In Town #bhedbakrihilatechalo