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Guys. Guys, guys, guys.

I fucking love food. Love it.
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After 5 months of minor discomforts, inconsistent work schedules, wrist sprain, poor sleep, and frequent travelling that have impeded progress, I'm starting to feel normal and it finally looks like I can get into a decent routine for the next few months.

But now I can't decide whether to be vain and work around maintenance levels to look good for any beach trips, or to go balls-to-the-wall, no holds barred, heavy weights and big eating to try and eclipse 240lbs.
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The dyel to swole ratio ITT is unbalanced. Go forth and eat
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Yea, meet me up there. I'm making my way up to 225-230.
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175 this morning and declining icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Thread Starter 
RHET shirt should be:

(in varsity style letters): R-H-E-T DO I EVEN LIFT CREW CHECKING IN
wrapped over
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Front: dyel guy
Back: sad frog
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Originally Posted by Cool The Kid View Post

I want to delete all my subscriptions here except for RHET, the athletic broads thread, and the WYHI thread.

Pretty much what my sub list looks like... what's WYHI?
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apropos

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Holy shit, got raging drunk last night and had an epic cheat meal.

Large fries and two mchickens
two tacos from a food truck
one of those huge shitty good deli sandwiches from a spanish bodega
two mexican cokes
too many beers.

now question. obviously the thing to do is get right back on the proper meal plan and keep on trucking. but how much of that shit that i ate and drank last night will be turned into fat?
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

but how much of that shit that i ate and drank last night will be turned into fat?

Don't worry about things like that. Seriously. (Hell, I would be more worried about the negative effects on your hormones that the heavy drinking causes).

Just don't do that all the time if it doesn't fit into your plan.

Now, go forth. Eat and lift.
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Hey RHET dudes using my fitnesspal, how do you calculate calories expended for strength training?
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post

Hey RHET dudes using my fitnesspal, how do you calculate calories expended for strength training?

I just use MFP to track cals not caloric expenditure. Just use a calorie calculator to cal out your TDEE and set that as your calorie goal in MFP and only use it to record food.

I haven't been recording the past couple days because I haven't really been eating anything. The small amount of food I've eaten over the past three days is worrisome, that EC appetite suppression is something fierce.
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Originally Posted by Khayembii Communique View Post

I just use MFP to track cals not caloric expenditure. Just use a calorie calculator to cal out your TDEE and set that as your calorie goal in MFP and only use it to record food.

I add in my cardio cals expenditure in MFP which then bumps up your allowed cal goals for that day. I don't normally eat those extra cals but I'm just curious to know how many cals I'm expending on my strength days.
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post

I add in my cardio cals expenditure in MFP which then bumps up your allowed cal goals for that day. I don't normally eat those extra cals but I'm just curious to know how many cals I'm expending on my strength days.

Exactly 273.453 calories more on lifting days. Science, bro.
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