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post #55051 of 57266
We're talking trained individuals not average joes from medical textbooks.

Edit: realized this might have sounded douchey. Not how I meant. I just mean I think medical texts over value cho and undervalue protein and fat
Edited by OccultaVexillum - 9/17/15 at 6:02pm
post #55052 of 57266
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Originally Posted by conceptionist View Post


165 x 0.86 = 142
142 x 1.14 = 162, not 165.

Maybe I'm thinking wrong about it, but your calculation seems off. Should be such basic math but it makes no sense in my head atm.

Edit 2: you're right. 9% bf is of course less weight in fat than 9% at 165.


1.14 doesn't come into it at all. You can't get more than 100% bodyweight. You don't go back up by multiplying by 1.14, you go back up by dividing by 0.86.

same as to figure out the desired body weight . lean body mass/(1- 0.09=0.91)
Edited by hendrix - 9/18/15 at 2:43am
post #55053 of 57266
I just got a lot of shirts taken in so I can't get fat again

I don't want to anyway. It's pointless. You don't have to get sloppy and nasty to make gains, especially if you cashed in on your noobie shit. I regret getting fat.... So stupid. I have shit under control now though
post #55054 of 57266

I found out squid has really good macros and is cheap and easy to cook.

post #55055 of 57266
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Originally Posted by accordion View Post
 

I found out squid has really good macros and is cheap and easy to cook.

How do you cook it? I wonder if I can pan fry it? 

post #55056 of 57266

I need all the awesome slow cooker recipes.

Currently living with 2 other first year med students and we have two reasonable sized ones and are going to bulk cook tons of shit. 

post #55057 of 57266
I'm a big proponent of intermittent fasting for cutting as well. I don't buy into the benefits of it (ie; heightened T levels), but only for the purposes of easy lifestyle.

Allows me to have a couple large meals a day and stay satiated. Mornings I can focus on business and black coffee.
post #55058 of 57266
I'm finding I can switch between a bulk and a cut just by eliminating the luxuries - no sweets, no deserts, no chips, no junk food, and alcohol only twice a month or so. You probably have to go a bit more into counting calories if you want to get below 10% but that's not my goal.

Ideally I want to get to a point where I can just stay at about 12% year round but I still kinda enjoy my winter dirty bulks so it's unlikely.
post #55059 of 57266
So, a 5 kilo drop in 6 days makes having flu the best way I've found to lose weight! Shame I'm weak as a kitten and have prolly lost about 2 months of gains
post #55060 of 57266
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

I need all the awesome slow cooker recipes.


Currently living with 2 other first year med students and we have two reasonable sized ones and are going to bulk cook tons of shit. 

This book >>>>>> anything you'd find online

http://www.amazon.com/Slow-Cooker-Revolution-Americas-Kitchen/dp/1933615699
post #55061 of 57266
Is there a more awkward lift than the barbell hack squat? I don't know how people do it without having their knees explode
post #55062 of 57266
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Originally Posted by jarude View Post

Is there a more awkward lift than the barbell hack squat? I don't know how people do it without having their knees explode

Zerchers?

post #55063 of 57266
Kipping dips.
post #55064 of 57266

Need to mix up my lifts, been getting bored mid-workout.

post #55065 of 57266
i listen to podcasts during my workout. makes longer workouts a lot more enjoyable.

i also realized i could listen to games using a radio app. I listened to the broncos lose to the chiefs last night (which is great, as I cancelled cable).
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