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    Can someone please give me some advice?
    those who have helped me will know where i am at with what i am trying to achieve, now yesterday i fell and dislocated my shoulder, i have been instructed not to drive for 2 wks and no weights for 6-8 wks. Only cardio
    How is this going to impact on what i am trying to achieve?

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    obviously it is a set back.

    cardio, body weight leg stuff, rest and digest.

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    your muscle loss will be greater now like we said before lift heavy since this is not possible , you can still continue cutting but expect a little more muscle loss
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    I wouldn't cut. I'd go to maintenance and heal that injury.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hondosan View Post
    This is a good opportunity to ask about something I've always wondered about.

    Is the recommendation to defer a cut while injured based upon higher nutrient requirements for healing an injury, or is it because cutting without lifting will promote atrophy?
    IMO it is a combination of both

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    well I think its common sense to not cut during an injury. I mean unless youre under some contract or trying to get one or something of extreme urgency coming up.
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    I just want to continue losing this fat so while i want a fast recovery i still want to drop the kgs, do i need to change my diet or leave it as is, the cardio i do on the treadmill works well with me and dosnt seem to hurt the shoulder plus the doctor told me to keep doing it. i realize i will lose muscle now because i cant work my upper body but i dont want to lose momentum now.

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    Can someone please explain about maintinence as described above,
    i assume my body will need certain things to heal, will this injury use my metabolism more by working to deliver vital nutrients it needs to heal? i am just an ordinary guy who has gotten fat over 4-5 years and i really want to keep losing it, so i have uped my cardio to 1.5 hrs a day 45min pre breakfast and 45 min afternoon. is this the right coarse of action? i want to keep going but i want to do it right.

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