I'm presently not training as since moving back to the city with my new job it has just been impossible both financially and time wise to train as much as I did and to eat the amounts that I was (was on a 4500+ cleanish cal diet a day, training monday to friday). I'm still into bodybuilding as a sport and as a hobby/activity and it's killing me to look at myself and see how much size I've lost as I haven't lifted a weight since june! When I've settled more at work and my money balances out abit more in my favour, I want to return to training (still unsure as to how long that'll be) as I feel literally like half the man I was. The thing is, after such a long lay-off and weight loss how should I approach my return to training as I can't go blazing back in to the sort of weights I was lifting before as that'd cripple me. Basically, what do you guys suggest is a good gradual way to get back into training so I can prepare my body to begin lifting heavier again and avoid injury. Thanks.
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