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post #76 of 165
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Originally Posted by AB01 View Post
From my question new questions arise. Should I really not eat before a workout because blood won't go to my muscles? I heard something like this regarding weightloss, but I'm doing lifting, not cardio. Still applies?
No, it doesn't apply. I wouldn't go to Hometown Buffet before a workout but do what you're comfortable with and make sure you eat enough. If your workouts are progressing keep at it. The weights should always be moving up.
post #77 of 165
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Originally Posted by why View Post
I never said it was useless. Quit reading what isn't there. You have a severe tendency to only see black or white and any shade of grey in between somehow fades or darkens to one of the poles.

And science doesn't give a shit about credibility so stop trying to use it.
So, you can't find any science then?

Stop nitpicking - I only read in between the lines. You took the stance opposing damn near every leading authority in the fitness world. Whether you believe the PWO window is 30 minutes or 24 hours, it is there and it is beneficial.
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You've got to be joking. You work out, really?
post #78 of 165
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Originally Posted by beasty View Post
Yawn! Your ignorance astounds me.
I have no interest in dealing with all your incoherent train of thought and insults. Yawn!



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My development was stunted

You should feel proud that somebody dealt the hand you were has been able to live a semi-normal life, let alone post on a forum!
post #79 of 165
Whey is overpriced? I buy Optimum for less than $40 per five pounds. I don't think its price has gone up at all as far as I can remember.
post #80 of 165
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Originally Posted by James Bond View Post
Whey is overpriced? I buy Optimum for less than $40 per five pounds. I don't think its price has gone up at all as far as I can remember.

One of the best products out there... doesn't make me feel bloated like other stuff.
post #81 of 165
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Originally Posted by Titleist View Post
So, you can't find any science then? Stop nitpicking - I only read in between the lines. You took the stance opposing damn near every leading authority in the fitness world. Whether you believe the PWO window is 30 minutes or 24 hours, it is there and it is beneficial.
Are you that fucking stupid? Can you even read? Read what I wrote and not what I wanted to hear. You have a serious communication problem. Good job on making things personal, by the way. You've demonstrated in under 50 posts that you can not only be a complete idiot, but also have a total lack of wit when it comes to insults. And yes, I do work out. You're too ignorant to realize what you're even saying -- much like the other guys who ripped on Eason for a while. There's a whole club of Internet haters out there for you to join, and they're not on this forum.
post #82 of 165
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Originally Posted by KBW View Post
why don't some of you morons just put your whey in MILK????

lactose intolerance
post #83 of 165
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Originally Posted by Viktri View Post
lactose intolerance

well this thread doesn't apply to you then as you can't have milk. To those that wonder which one they should use they can just mix the damn whey in the milk. Not rocket science.
post #84 of 165
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Originally Posted by Titleist View Post
So, you can't find any science then?

Stop nitpicking - I only read in between the lines. You took the stance opposing damn near every leading authority in the fitness world. Whether you believe the PWO window is 30 minutes or 24 hours, it is there and it is beneficial.

You've got to be joking. You work out, really?

Haha. This picture is even more hilarious than his last pic. Where do you get these gems!
post #85 of 165
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Originally Posted by KBW View Post
well this thread doesn't apply to you then as you can't have milk. To those that wonder which one they should use they can just mix the damn whey in the milk. Not rocket science.
I'm not lactose intolerant and I mix milk with my shakes when I make them at home. Pretty sure most people do this unless they don't want the added carbs / fats from shakes. Some people like to control their macro nutrient ratios.
post #86 of 165
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Originally Posted by why View Post
Are you that fucking stupid? Can you even read? Read what I wrote and not what I wanted to hear.

You have a serious communication problem.

Good job on making things personal, by the way. You've demonstrated in under 50 posts that you can not only be a complete idiot, but also have a total lack of wit when it comes to insults.

And yes, I do work out. You're too ignorant to realize what you're even saying -- much like the other guys who ripped on Eason for a while. There's a whole club of Internet haters out there for you to join, and they're not on this forum.

Yup. Everyone here is an idiot and getting personal while you are the one busy spewing expletives. You seem to be oblivious that your postings are consistently against conventional wisdom and logic and you offer not a shred of evidence that your position taken would even work. And when questioned, you post an even more circular web of logic that makes sense only to you.

BTW if you do workout, can you explain what exactly do you do and take to obtain such a physique? If its based on your bizarre philosophy, the fallibility of your theories would be self evident to everyone here, even if it is not to you.
post #87 of 165
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Originally Posted by why View Post
I'm trying my best. The camera's not perfect but it'll do I guess. I sent SoCal some hotter pics too.
Props for posting a shirtless pic on here, and I have to confess I kinda appreciate your POV on this forum and what you bring to the table, but dude, you are nowhere near as built/ripped to have such an arrogant, hard line "my way is right you're all fucking wrong" attitude. Your arms look skinny, your belly is flabby, your shoulders appear narrow and underdeveloped, and your chest needs work. Tone the attitude down and be open to the possibility that you don't know everything.
post #88 of 165
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Originally Posted by AB01 View Post
From my question new questions arise. Should I really not eat before a workout because blood won't go to my muscles?

If you're eating enough calories per day to support your goals then you shouldn't even have to worry about pre/post workout nutrition. Let the elite, competing bodybuilder stress over that stuff.

I prefer to work out first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. If too much time has passed since my last meal then I will eat something that will give me energy but won't weigh me down - such as yogurt, banana & a glass of OJ to get me through the workout.

How & when you eat and workout should simply fit in with your schedule & preference. The important thing is that you do workout and you do eat and you don't get bogged down over-complicating matters. "Why" is correct - just try to avoid eating a buffet or double cheeseburger prior to a workout.
post #89 of 165
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Originally Posted by why View Post
Good job on making things personal, by the way.
You made it personal when you posted your picture, dude. What did you think I would say, "You'll qualify for the Arnold next year"? No. I'm not even convinced you train.

If your method really was the best, I'd expect you to at least have an admirable physique.

Don't take it all so seriously, bud. Keep doing whatever it is you do and you might break 170 in a few years.
post #90 of 165
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Originally Posted by lefty View Post
beasty, you still here? When you PM'd me asking for advice on how a young BB could make a few extra bucks, I thought I hooked you up. I know that Japanese anal eel porn looks nasty, but trust me those Japanese fellows will pay plenty to watch a young buck like you squirm. Do itasshimashita, ぼんくら. lefty
Link me on this tonight. Please. As soon as I go home that link will be emailed to every friend I have.
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