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post #44986 of 57266
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

Quark is the best cutting food. 15g of protein, 4g carb 0 fat per 100g and its ridiculously filling. Had 500g for breakfast mixed with cinnamon and splenda, which is like 300 cals. Painful as fuck to finish it because its so damn dense, like eating a block of cream cheese.

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Quark (called Kvarg here) has become Swedens national fitness food. Only people who work out eat it, so if you see someone buying it, you know they lift or are cutting.

You can mix it with pretty much anything. I've even made some decent tasting mayonaise with it with like 3x as nuch protein as fat, lol. You should try it with cocoa, splenda and banana.

Also, no need for casein powder since quark is cheaper here and more filling.
post #44987 of 57266
it is god tier
post #44988 of 57266
this quark stuff is def not in americas
post #44989 of 57266
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

this quark stuff is def not in americas

Tvorog, sold it polish/Russian Delis and specialty stores, pretty much same thing
post #44990 of 57266
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

Goddamnit rangers

I have no vested interest in hockey but goddamn were those Stanley Cup finals exhilarating. Endless action in the two OT's.
post #44991 of 57266
Today i've had 750g of quark, 1kg of chicken breast, 200g of baby tomatoes and 200g of salad. Never before have i felt such satiation on so little food. Maxed out my gyms dbs on incline press today, 44s. I feel so lost now, where do I go to next?

Conceptionist, how did you make mayo out of it? I need dat spicy mayo with my chicken breast.
post #44992 of 57266
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Conceptionist, how did you make mayo out of it? I need dat spicy mayo with my chicken breast.

 

Can't remember the exact recipe and measures, but it involved an egg yolk, a tiny bit of olive oil, some Dijon mustard, white vinegar, salt and lemon juice. 

So pretty much like a normal mayonaise recipe, but you let the Quark stand for the creamyness instead of the large amounts of oils. You might have to dilute it with a tiny dab of water.

 

 

Btw, lifting in tights is the best.

No more annoying shorts that get caught on my sweaty legs when I squat or pull. No more bloody shins from deadlifts. Feels like I'm wearing nothing. Also, I can see my quad sweep :cool:

post #44993 of 57266
Yesterday I accidently went 2500 calories over my target calories, I was shopping for more quark but the super market had marked all the pasteries down to $0.30 so I bought 5 of them and binged. It's fine though ill still probably get leaner. I don't even know how many calories I eat when I'm bulking because I had 5300 yesterday and it wasn't like i was full, I could easily have had 5 more pasteries, when im bulking i must be eating like 6 or 7000. Struggles of marfans disorder, fucking impossible to form that tissue.
post #44994 of 57266
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post

Can't remember the exact recipe and measures, but it involved an egg yolk, a tiny bit of olive oil, some Dijon mustard, white vinegar, salt and lemon juice. 
So pretty much like a normal mayonaise recipe, but you let the Quark stand for the creamyness instead of the large amounts of oils. You might have to dilute it with a tiny dab of water.


Btw, lifting in tights is the best.
No more annoying shorts that get caught on my sweaty legs when I squat or pull. No more bloody shins from deadlifts. Feels like I'm wearing nothing. Also, I can see my quad sweep cool.gif

What tights your recommend? I need something cheap. I have a disgusting strip of no hair from mid quad down to my ankle from deadlifts, and like right above my knee cab is callused from it. Not aesthetic and it's too hot to deadlift in pants.
post #44995 of 57266
Walmart make decent tights, can't remember what brand, but they're like $8 a pair. I have a few pairs, don't really wear them much because I prefer compression shorts, but who cares if they fall apart for $8.
post #44996 of 57266

I picked up these from Nike today. They seem good, but they were on sale and much cheaper.

http://www.amazon.com/Nike-Filament-Tight-Medium-Black/dp/B00AWJTS2A/ref=sr_1_2?s=sporting-goods&ie=UTF8&qid=1402766255&sr=1-2&keywords=nike+mens+tights

 

I don't think it really matters what you get. These look identical but are almost half the price:

http://www.amazon.com/ASICS-Mens-Tights-Black-Medium/dp/B00B1KAERW/ref=sr_1_2?s=sporting-goods&ie=UTF8&qid=1402766608&sr=1-2&keywords=asics+tights+men

 

I guess the only difference between cheaper and expensive pairs are the brand and stitching. Its not like they have some fancy complicated technology; they don't even have compression. They just feel nice to wear and are convenient for squats and deadlifts.

post #44997 of 57266
Cardio for weightlifters: Snatch singles at 90%, 60 seconds rest between reps. Then C&J 10 singles at 90% with 90 seconds between reps. Brutal. Fun, but brutal.

Last few reps really stress technique due to fatigue. You don't nail positions exactly right, you're gonna miss the lift.
post #44998 of 57266

Used the Mastodon bar for squats today.  That thing is thick, solid, tight.  The knurling is extremely sharp and extends from shoulder to shoulder, ideal for squatting.  Hit a triple at 355 and my 1RM max from a couple months ago was 375.  Tempted to break it next week but must stick to my program.

 

edit: fuck, thought the bar was 60 lbs.  Online search shows it is only 55 lbs.  Only hit a triple at 350 then :fu: 

post #44999 of 57266
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

Quark is the best cutting food. 15g of protein, 4g carb 0 fat per 100g and its ridiculously filling.
Quark is great. Good cottage cheese is great too. God-tier stuff is hard to find tho.

Biltong is Godlike stuff too
http://zacsbiltong.com/nutritional-info

post #45000 of 57266
Just because bumper plates are hilarious, try and guess the weight.

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