I just got back into lifting after a couple years out. I started about 2-3 months ago.
about 45 minutes into my workout i am completely out of energy.
I'm 5' 10' 195lbs about 18%-19%bf
Diet- i work out mon-fri at around noon. I eat very healthy, lots of vegatables, high quality and nutrient rich foods, high protein. On days i work out i eat high carbs(no white flower or sugar at all) from the time i wake up (8ish a.m.) till about 5 p.m. Other than that i eat very low carb. I eat about 4k to 5k cal a day, trying to bulk.
Gym- i mostly stick to the 6-8 rep range with a body part split, i do compound exercises first(squats, deadlift, dips, etc). I do a different number of excercises but usually about 18-20 set. I give training my max effort.
Im very impatience so i have minimal rest periods (1-2 mins) but after about 45 mins i am completely drained. Its like i don't have any muscle endurance. I know guys that do alot more exercises and sets than me and can stay in the gym for 2 hours. I give it my all, and it might just be me, but i never feel like i do enough in the gym.
So my question is, is their anything i can do.
Would some carbs during the workout help?
Do i just need to build endurance?
I've searched the site but couldn't find anything about this.