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Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Eason, Dec 20, 2009.
Last I heard LK was off gallivanting around China.
LK was crucified, died, and was buried. He descended into hell. On the third day he arose and and ascended into awesome. He will come again to judge the stylish and the slobs.
Ugh, just got my cholesterol numbers back from my physical. The are up 30 points year over year. I have one lifting goal and as soon as it is met, I've got to ween off of the animal products.
I'm a vegetarian but I'm doing a clean bulk. I'm probably not the resource you're looking for, but I very much so like it more than the typical "eat and gain a billion pounds and cut" method (which I also tried).
Yeah, but the amount of fat is limited. You're eating past maintanence to bulk, but nowhere near the extent that you are if you're just trying to put on pounds. Takes longer to add on the same number of pounds, but I definitely feel less gross and only have to cut 2-5 pounds max when that time comes.
are you cutting/have lost any weight?
Not exactly what I was asking.
I work with a guy whose a vegetarian. Says its to lose weight. His lunch yesterday was a box of danish and a carton of pineapple juice, getting shredded 2k12. It upsets me when people post videos of them lifting on fb, some guy posted a video of himself pulling 130kg and thinks he's a beast, kind of embarrassing.
Wait wut. What is the rest of your diet like. I'm pretty sure 'animal products' dont cause high cholesterol.
you need to check what your other fat particles are like tho
What are you asking? A training program?
No. Right now I am moving in the opposite direction.
Here are the nutritional numbers for chicken breast and the current type of when protein I am using. So if this is comprising a large portion of your diet (like it is for me), it isn't really that surprising.
If anyone has had personal success with a particular bulking diet that seeks to minimize fat gain.
a macronutrient ratio that you've had success with using a calorie total slightly over maintenance
otherwise 40/30/30 gogogo
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