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    Hi.

    I have hit a number of health-related setbacks that destroyed my training sessions.

    I still want to strength train, but I don't have 90 minutes 3x a week anymore to spend training.

    Do y'all have any templates for training six days a week or one lift a day? (or anything, honestly)

    I have PP4ST and I didn't see anything about this in there. Please tell me the page numbers to check if it is indeed in the book.

    Thanks!

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    What health-related setbacks have destroyed your training that have not also compromised your recovery from one lift a day?

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    I have been diagnosed with Hypothyroidism and hypo does cause insomnia. The insomnia is what is making my life unpredictable from a day-to-day basis. The hypo is more of a diet control/minor annoyance problem.

    If I am following you, one lift a day isn't an answer to this. What would you recommend doing in a time like this?

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    One of the sections under the split routines section in the intermediate chapter is entitled "one lift per day" in nice bold header font.

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    Synthroid?

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    Ok, thanks. I must have missed that.

    I'm taking meds, yeah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lukew View Post
    I have been diagnosed with Hypothyroidism and hypo does cause insomnia. The insomnia is what is making my life unpredictable from a day-to-day basis. The hypo is more of a diet control/minor annoyance problem.

    If I am following you, one lift a day isn't an answer to this. What would you recommend doing in a time like this?
    I happen to know that Dr. Wittmer's clinic can help with thyroid issues, and they are also lifting-friendly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lost and Found View Post
    Synthroid?
    Synthroid didnít do a damn thing for my hypothyroidism other than make my tsh lower on a blood test. Still felt like shit, unfortunately itís not always that simple

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    Quote Originally Posted by lukew View Post
    I have been diagnosed with Hypothyroidism and hypo does cause insomnia. The insomnia is what is making my life unpredictable from a day-to-day basis. The hypo is more of a diet control/minor annoyance problem.

    If I am following you, one lift a day isn't an answer to this. What would you recommend doing in a time like this?
    How does this condition affect your testosterone levels?

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    Thanks!

    I don't have the slightest clue.

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