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post #39946 of 57265
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Originally Posted by Diesel0022 View Post


Few of us are running logs on another forum, if you want the link shoot me a PM. It's a private forum so you'll have to request entry to that subforum via the admin

I already have a log running on ironaddicts and lift.net.

Hard to just keep up with those. Thanks though! smile.gif
post #39947 of 57265

I was referring to logs where we run compounds lol

 

I've never even heard of those two sites, shows you how many lifting forums there really are

 

I frequent BB.com, Anabolic Minds, GetRippedNutrition, TheIronDen, FitMisc and PHForum

post #39948 of 57265
@jarude is swimming a good rehab exercise for a weird shoulder? @Coldsnap if you have an opinion on this chime in also
post #39949 of 57265
I'd think all the lifting us young people are going to pay off when we are older. I mean you're only going to have one set of knees but id rather lift and increase my bone density and overall posture so when I'm older I have the strength to stay limber. I'd rather blow out my knee squatting 500lbs than picking up a watering can.
post #39950 of 57265
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Originally Posted by Diesel0022 View Post

I was referring to logs where we run compounds lol

I've never even heard of those two sites, shows you how many lifting forums there really are

I frequent BB.com, Anabolic Minds, GetRippedNutrition, TheIronDen, FitMisc and PHForum

Oh haha shows you how much I know about that world.

I'll hit you up when I'm on board.
post #39951 of 57265

Sounds good man, and if you have any questions feel free

 

 

Not sure how interested any of you are, but if you have time to kill check out my site Ogrestrength.com

 

Have workout/diet plans as well as a link to my physiology/pharmacology blog

post #39952 of 57265

Intredasting...

http://bayesianbodybuilding.com/the-myth-of-1glb-optimal-protein-intake-for-bodybuilders/

 

Gonna lower my protein intake, replace those calories with carbs and see what happens.

post #39953 of 57265

0.6-1g/lb of LBM

post #39954 of 57265
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post

Intredasting...
http://bayesianbodybuilding.com/the-myth-of-1glb-optimal-protein-intake-for-bodybuilders/

Gonna lower my protein intake, replace those calories with carbs and see what happens.

Keep us posted on how it goes. You going to lower protein on both rest and lift days, or just lift?
post #39955 of 57265

People tend to put too much emphasis on protein, when carbs/fats should be the things you worry about.

 

The whole 1g/PRO per lb of BW is overplayed, I've seen recommendations up to 2g/lb BW. Though, when I ask for credible sources they can never deliver.

 

Most of us are in postprandial states all  the time, and with the amino acid pool being more than sufficient to facilitate the elevation in muscle protein synthesis in the (up to) 36-48 hours following a weight training bout. The argument of .5g/lb, 1g/lb, 1.5g/lb becomes moot and nothing more then biased subjectivity.

post #39956 of 57265
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post

Intredasting...
http://bayesianbodybuilding.com/the-myth-of-1glb-optimal-protein-intake-for-bodybuilders/

Gonna lower my protein intake, replace those calories with carbs and see what happens.


Very confused what this website had to do with conditional probabilities.
post #39957 of 57265
I see it like this

Protein is less efficient to turn into energy but it's also harder to turn into fat. Also, personally, this bulk has made me kind of sick of carbs. I get about ~300g of protein on a lift day and ~200g on a rest day. It might not be ideal but I have enough energy in the gym and as of now there's no proof it's hurting anything. Yeech. Another 800 kcal of carbs, I'd kill myself.
post #39958 of 57265
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Originally Posted by Cool The Kid View Post

I see it like this

Protein is less efficient to turn into energy but it's also harder to turn into fat. Also, personally, this bulk has made me kind of sick of carbs. I get about ~300g of protein on a lift day and ~200g on a rest day. It might not be ideal but I have enough energy in the gym and as of now there's no proof it's hurting anything. Yeech. Another 800 kcal of carbs, I'd kill myself.

 

Yes, though a lot of protein does directly attribute to glucose levels. A lot of AA's are sufficiently produced endogenously.

post #39959 of 57265
Nice to have you joining the thread, Diesel. You seem to know what you're talking about and you got some very respectable numbers.
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

Keep us posted on how it goes. You going to lower protein on both rest and lift days, or just lift?

I'm gonna try to do both days. Currently get 225g a day (bw*1.2) and I'm gonna lower to 200. Stay there a while and then drop to around 185g. I only need 150g judging by that article but I like to eat protein too much.

Keep in mind that a higher protein intake is needed on a cut than in surplus to spare muscle mass. Maybe not 225g for your size but prob more than 150. The leaner you get, the more protein. Protein also gets you the most full if you care about that.
post #39960 of 57265

Interested to see some first hand anecdotal evidence

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