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post #1231 of 4934 (permalink) Old 12-24-2010, 10:16 PM
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by starvation it obviously meant starving your body of carbs

im taking excess protein and im not gaining any fat. gaining or losing weight depends on total calories ur taking. having more protein in your normal diet is fine. if you did more research you would know.
no, prolonged fasting or starvation. use your head mate.

you might not be gaining any fat but you're a fucking idiot for being on a ketogenic diet. don't give me the do more research crap mate, ketogenic diets will be and forever remain to be absolutely asinine to prescribe in this case. i don't give a fuck what you do but giving someone else flawed advice is just stupid.


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no, prolonged fasting or starvation. use your head mate.

you might not be gaining any fat but you're a fucking idiot for being on a ketogenic diet. don't give me the do more research crap mate, ketogenic diets will be and forever remain to be absolutely asinine to prescribe in this case. i don't give a fuck what you do but giving someone else flawed advice is just stupid.
i didnt say i was on keto, i said im taking high protein, there is a difference. your initial claim of excess protein turning into fat regardless of what else is in the diet was retarded. that guy just wanted to take protein shake after training, he wasnt talking about going on extreme high protein diet. a little increase in protein is fine, losing weight depends on total calories count not on the amount of protein. more protein could instead help on preserving muscle while he is on a cut.

u dont see me gaining fat with excess protein
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that dude was talking about taking protein shake after training and u were scaring him off saying it will turn into fat lol. a little increase of protein in your diet isnt going to cause any problem.
Drinking a protein shake will compensate calories from whole foods, which is BAD. Why would you want excess calories when you're cutting?

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I'm squatting everyday under the Bulgarian principles (more along the lines of John Broz's programming). So far I find it incredibly challenging. Without cycling intensity & volume, it's draining squatting to a max every single session and then doing back off sets @ 90% of your daily max.

12 days deep so far. I've built up quite a tolerance. I don't get sore anymore. My legs are just numb to pain. The only real problem I've encountered is having the mental capacity to continue to keep the right approach in regards to technique.

Must note that I'm hitting 92%-100% of my all time 1RM consistently now (well, the last five days at least). Still hoping for a PR to come along.
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Is cardio the quickest way to shed fat?
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having increased muscle leads to increased calories burned.


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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

K, so dumbbell curls and benchpressing on top of that helps?
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dumbbell curls are pretty useless imo.

resistance exercises that use bigger muscle groups are always more effective. bench pressing is good, if you don't have access to a gym then bodyweight exercises are pretty handy. what do you do atm?


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Is cardio the quickest way to shed fat?
Yes, it is the quickest way, coupled with a good diet.

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dumbbell curls are pretty useless imo.

resistance exercises that use bigger muscle groups are always more effective. bench pressing is good, if you don't have access to a gym then bodyweight exercises are pretty handy. what do you do atm?
atm I'm jogging and swimming, and using a pilates row-machine sorta thing (doing 30 reps per position)
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