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post #1361 of 5099 (permalink) Old 03-07-2011, 10:53 PM
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Bro science? Not really familiar with that expression.

I'm speaking from my experience and what has worked for me and plenty of others.

It's pretty common knowledge that you have to eat frequently and consume an adequate amount of calories if you'd like to burn fat and add mass.
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post #1362 of 5099 (permalink) Old 03-07-2011, 11:02 PM
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Bro science? Not really familiar with that expression.

I'm speaking from my experience and what has worked for me and plenty of others.

It's pretty common knowledge that you have to eat frequently and consume an adequate amount of calories if you'd like to burn fat and add mass.
Do you find any (or all) of that contradicting in any way?



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post #1363 of 5099 (permalink) Old 03-07-2011, 11:04 PM
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What, burning fat and building muscle at the same time?

LOL if you think that's impossible.
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No. That's not it. Continue on merrily, my friend.



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post #1365 of 5099 (permalink) Old 03-07-2011, 11:21 PM
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Dude, I know you're a large contributer to this thread, but you're not presenting any facts. I'm not here to play the "I know more than you" game.

No need to knock the advice I'm giving someone else.

I just feel that if the guy eats properly and frequently, he'll still be burning more calories than he eats through his everyday regular activities and training.

Neither of us really KNOW what the guy weighs, and what BF level he's at, so there's no point in arguing. If he's trying to cut fat and add lean muscle, then I gave him the right advice. He needs to EAT.
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That was nice.

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Eating 3,000 calories of burgers and ice cream is not the same as eating 3,000 calories from whole foods such as lean meat sources and complex, fibrous carbohydrates.
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Usually I go for heavy weight exercises especially bench press. Bench press are my all time favorite. I have been doing 5 sets of bench press with starting from 100 pounds to 200 pounds. I also prefer to do lot of warm up as its really good to have bigger muscles.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I work out a lot and after reading a few pages in the thread I thought I'd ask this here. I'm about 5'7", tipping the scales at 170 lbs and 24 years old. I work out 3-4 times a week usually splitting it up into upper, lower, abs, and cardio days. Only problem I have with doing this is I get pretty darn sore and usually need a good 5 days, sometimes 6 for upper due to chest, days of rest before I'm ready to go again. I'm not really interested in splitting up my work out days any further, just looking for some tips to help recover faster. I get a pretty good amount of protein in me through out the week, but I just stay sore for what feels like far too long compared to when I was 18 or so. I don't feel like I'm over training; I'm not leaving the gym in exhaustion.
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post #1370 of 5099 (permalink) Old 03-08-2011, 02:09 AM
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what exercises are you doing and how good/poor is your technique?


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