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  1. Quote Originally Posted by booneman77 View Post
    1. Don't stress the small stuff. Keep your eye on the prize. A missed rep here or an extra carb there makes very little difference in the grand scheme.
    2. Have a final goal in mind but don't make that your dead stopping point... Push the limits
    3. Do what you hate.. It's most likely what you're weakness is and will help you the most. In time it may become your strongest aspect.
    good tips here^ inspirational
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  2. My 3 tricks for getting strong & shredded.


    1. To get strong, stick with basics like (A) Deadlifts (B) Bench Press (C) Squats.
    2. Rest before & after your workouts. Keep yourself moving throughout your workouts.
    3. If you want to cut up faster, don't eat after 5 or 6 pm. The extended hours of fasting will hasten weight loss.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by TX75972 View Post
    1. To get strong, stick with basics like (A) Deadlifts (B) Bench Press (C) Squats.
    2. Rest before & after your workouts. Keep yourself moving throughout your workouts.
    3. If you want to cut up faster, don't eat after 5 or 6 pm. The extended hours of fasting will hasten weight loss.
    3) is incorrect.
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    Few more tips:

    1) Dont negate sodium or potassium ever in your diet, this can lead to an imbalance, cramps , and vicious side effects
    2) Dont make Very fast caloric cuts or increases in cardio, this would crash metabolism and set you up for future stalls and faster.
    3) Use the mirror #1 and scale #2. The mirror shows more progress and results than a number on a scale ever will.
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    3) is incorrect.
    this^. weight is determined by net energy balance not the times in which you eat
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by cumminslifter View Post
    this^. weight is determined by net energy balance not the times in which you eat
    Then how does the lean gain diet work. Total calories are important but when you take them can also play a role ( although generally less dramatic ) in body composition and metabolism
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    Quote Originally Posted by NADDANME View Post
    Then how does the lean gain diet work. Total calories are important but when you take them can also play a role ( although generally less dramatic ) in body composition and metabolism
    The Wut?
    Take them in whenever you want... if you do a LG diet that has an 8 hour window it would be around your workout (either pre-workout meals, training fasted, post-workout and after that etc.

    1-2 pre-workout meals 1 post
    3 post
    1 pre and 2 post

    etc...

    Most people who do LG eat in a 12-8 window, some do later, some earlier... there is no magical time limit, regardless do what suits you and your body, and your schedule . Its all personal preference.
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    The Wut?
    Take them in whenever you want... if you do a LG diet that has an 8 hour window it would be around your workout (either pre-workout meals, training fasted, post-workout and after that etc.

    1-2 pre-workout meals 1 post
    3 post
    1 pre and 2 post

    etc...

    Most people who do LG eat in a 12-8 window, some do later, some earlier... there is no magical time limit, regardless do what suits you and your body, and your schedule . Its all personal preference.
    Then what's the point of lean gains or IF. You can't say that not eating after a workout isn't important. I was just making the point that timing can make a difference. Even if to a lesser degree then what and how much.

    http://www.utexas.edu/features/archi...nutrition.html

    http://www.nerdfitness.com/blog/2013...ttent-fasting/
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by NADDANME View Post
    Then what's the point of lean gains or IF. You can't say that not eating after a workout isn't important. I was just making the point that timing can make a difference. Even if to a lesser degree then what and how much.

    http://www.utexas.edu/features/archi...nutrition.html

    http://www.nerdfitness.com/blog/2013...ttent-fasting/
    All it is, is a convenience tool really. Some people don't have time to eat right away in the morning or don't have time at night to eat so they use this type of diet. It's not a magical diet.
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    All it is, is a convenience tool really. Some people don't have time to eat right away in the morning or don't have time at night to eat so they use this type of diet. It's not a magical diet.
    According to the supporters of IF. (Not saying I 100% agree) it's more than that it increases insulin sensitivity and increases growth hormone output just to name a few.
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by NADDANME View Post

    According to the supporters of IF. (Not saying I 100% agree) it's more than that it increases insulin sensitivity and increases growth hormone output just to name a few.
    I've read and heard a few positive things about IF also. I have also tried IF twice, and never noticed anything to make me want to stick with it (unless my schedule worked better with IF).
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  12. Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    I've read and heard a few positive things about IF also. I have also tried IF twice, and never noticed anything to make me want to stick with it (unless my schedule worked better with IF).
    I with yah. I think it's kind of hit of miss. The Solution said it best in his post "do what suits you and your body."
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  13. and thats why i dont post here much lmao
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    Quote Originally Posted by NADDANME View Post
    Then what's the point of lean gains or IF. You can't say that not eating after a workout isn't important. I was just making the point that timing can make a difference. Even if to a lesser degree then what and how much.

    http://www.utexas.edu/features/archi...nutrition.html

    http://www.nerdfitness.com/blog/2013...ttent-fasting/
    Where did i say i dont eat after a workout? But never
    Thats putting words in my mouth LOL

    if you train fasted your first meal would be post-workout
    If you train with 1 pre-workout meal you still eat a meal post training
    if you train with 2 pre-workout meals you have a post-workout meal

    as martin Advocated in all of his stances.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    All it is, is a convenience tool really. Some people don't have time to eat right away in the morning or don't have time at night to eat so they use this type of diet. It's not a magical diet.
    Exactly, if you work long mornings then you could fast, have a few pre-workout meals. train after work, then have a big post-workout meal. Its a lifestle and for convenience

    Right here:

    http://www.leangains.com/2010/04/leangains-guide.html
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  16. Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    All it is, is a convenience tool really. Some people don't have time to eat right away in the morning or don't have time at night to eat so they use this type of diet. It's not a magical diet.
    Agreed. Even the second link describes it as a dieting pattern.

    I've being doing as such for about six weeks and have enjoyed it so far. Still dialing in a few things here and there, but for me, that's half the fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricroc View Post
    Agreed. Even the second link describes it as a dieting pattern.

    I've being doing as such for about six weeks and have enjoyed it so far. Still dialing in a few things here and there, but for me, that's half the fun.
    3+ years here, again its a lifestyle, but at the end of the day i have found when i eat 5-6 meals a day
    My energy is worse
    gym performance is worse
    hungrier all the time regardless of goal
    Get bloated from eating more meals compared to less meals
    Greater energy in the fasted state
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  18. Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Where did i say i dont eat after a workout? But never
    Thats putting words in my mouth LOL

    if you train fasted your first meal would be post-workout
    If you train with 1 pre-workout meal you still eat a meal post training
    if you train with 2 pre-workout meals you have a post-workout meal

    as martin Advocated in all of his stances.
    I never implied that you said you don't have a post workout meal I was implying that you would agree on the importance.

    What you said above show that we agree on what I'm trying to say.

    When you eat ( nutrition timing ) can make a difference
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  19. Didn't ask for it. Don't want it. Don't need it.


    Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    3) is incorrect.
    Your input in regard to my suggestions is neither wanted nor needed & I didn't ask for it. If I had wanted your opinion I would have formulated my original post in the form of a question or questions. Since I didn't, you can kindly take your opinion & feck off. Please keep your responses addressed to the original post. The original post asked for 3 things that the reader felt helped one to get strong & shredded. I listed 3 things that I felt did such, since I have personally witnessed all 3 items that I posted result in positive results for others. What right do you have to state that my information is incorrect? I don't know you. You don't know me. Unless you've been standing beside me on an ethereal plane of existence for the last 15 years at my local gym, then your opinion of what I have to say is pretty much full of sh*t. And that's conservatively speaking. Additionally, I could have written several pages regarding different methods that others have done in order to gain physical fitness & achieve the body they want. But the original author of this post only asked for 3 methods. And there was nothing in the original post which stated that I must go into detail regarding my suggestions. There was nothing noted in the original post that I must agree with the somewhat dissolute musings of a forum member named "KBAYNE". Am I mistaken? Or do I need to contact this member & have all my future postings reviewed & edited by him? As you can tell, I haven't made very many posts on this website. I do try to garner information from such websites as these, however. But honestly speaking, if I've got to put up with some "meat-head" insulting me every time I try to make a simple post or ask a question, then I doubt I'll be participating in these forums very much. And I was of the opinion that participation was something to be encouraged by the members of this website. Another error on my part? I'm sure that "KBANYE" has a well-formulated response.

  20. Quote Originally Posted by TX75972 View Post

    Your input in regard to my suggestions is neither wanted nor needed & I didn't ask for it. If I had wanted your opinion I would have formulated my original post in the form of a question or questions. Since I didn't, you can kindly take your opinion & feck off. Please keep your responses addressed to the original post. The original post asked for 3 things that the reader felt helped one to get strong & shredded. I listed 3 things that I felt did such, since I have personally witnessed all 3 items that I posted result in positive results for others. What right do you have to state that my information is incorrect? I don't know you. You don't know me. Unless you've been standing beside me on an ethereal plane of existence for the last 15 years at my local gym, then your opinion of what I have to say is pretty much full of sh*t. And that's conservatively speaking. Additionally, I could have written several pages regarding different methods that others have done in order to gain physical fitness & achieve the body they want. But the original author of this post only asked for 3 methods. And there was nothing in the original post which stated that I must go into detail regarding my suggestions. There was nothing noted in the original post that I must agree with the somewhat dissolute musings of a forum member named "KBAYNE". Am I mistaken? Or do I need to contact this member & have all my future postings reviewed & edited by him? As you can tell, I haven't made very many posts on this website. I do try to garner information from such websites as these, however. But honestly speaking, if I've got to put up with some "meat-head" insulting me every time I try to make a simple post or ask a question, then I doubt I'll be participating in these forums very much. And I was of the opinion that participation was something to be encouraged by the members of this website. Another error on my part? I'm sure that "KBANYE" has a well-formulated response.
    Take it down a notch bud. Wasn't trying to start anything nor insult you in anyway.
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  21. So...ummm, how bout them Cowboys, amirite?

  22. Quote Originally Posted by schizm View Post
    So...ummm, how bout them Cowboys, amirite?
    I KNOW, RIGHT! With their hats and their boots and those tight jeans! Cowboys are my fave...er... that IS what you were talking about right?
    Where it all started

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  23. 1. Lower fats
    2. Moderate carbs, early in the day. Cut them out in the evening.
    3. NO BOOZE!!!- this should be a no brainer

    These are personal to me, especially the fats. I find I struggle to lean up with fats because I think it's too easy to overdo them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by schizm View Post
    So...ummm, how bout them Cowboys, amirite?
    Tony Romo = Over paid.

    My 2 cents.
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  25. Quote Originally Posted by schizm View Post
    So...ummm, how bout them Cowboys, amirite?
    wheres tebow going?
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