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Do you have any tips for the New Year I can use? I am recently recovering from sciatica down my left leg which has resulted in the muscles (hamsring and calf) becoming weakened and drastically reduced compared to my right leg. So if I now start light strengthening on both legs equally eg swimming, will my left leg regain its normal size quicker or will there always be the difference in size just doing these types of exercises? What is a good nutrition plan on a training day? Im currently eating breakfast, morning chicken sandwitch (preworkout), all in one protein shake (post workout) , light meal, energy bar, evening meal (low carb). I am currently doing a mixture of weight training and spinning at the gym which I am reasonably happy with. Next year I want to incorporate some new stuff into my routine (some of it I have started already but had to hold due to slight injury) For next year I want to continue with the new stuff (climbing, kettlebell training, martial arts or boxing) and also try to increase muscle mass by continuing with the weights (SCS etc). I would like to retain one spin session (because its good for cardio & i enjoy doing it). As I can only visit the gym from Monday to Friday my plan of action would be something like this : Monday : Kettlebell (class) Tuesday : Spin (class) Wed : Rest Day Thurs : Muay Thai Kick boxing (class) Friday : SCS (class) Early morning climb maybe 1-2 days per week for 30 mins before work. Saturday : martial arts training closer to home (dont live in London). My diet is a good balance of protein/carbs with supplementation (PH Synergy) I guess the questions are: 1) Is it too much training? 2) Is it a good balance for muscle gain/weight loss? 3) How often should I change the routine around? 4) Can my body tolerate it? (41 yrs old!) Thanks Is training in the hypoxic chamber good for fat loss?
 

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