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09-12-2013, 02:34 PM
09-12-2013, 02:53 PM
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09-12-2013, 05:18 PM
You should always be drinking lots of water and intaking high amounts of sodium unless you are on peak week...
That really does not make any sense.... Sodium is very necessary for many bodily functions, cutting it or manipulating it could cause disaster, same with water... again if you were 3-4 days out that is a different story.
1. Protien at least 1-1.5g/lb, Fats at least 20%, Carbs fill in remainder
2. Cardio should be kept to as little as possible while still losing weight on the highest amount of calories (metabolism reasoning)
3. DO not drop fat to deadly low levels for long periods of time , bad side effects on hormone and testosterone levels.
09-12-2013, 05:30 PM
09-12-2013, 05:35 PM
09-12-2013, 07:51 PM
09-12-2013, 09:04 PM
Besides trolling the nutrition section on bb.com will lead you to believing that.. lol Those people are morons and a waste of your time.
"Your sodium balance affects both fluid and blood volume. Why does that matter? Well, aren't we after a harder and tighter look that depends on both fluid and blood volume? Like the water ratio we mentioned above, the body holds on to its normal range of sodium very strictly.
Your kidneys will either increase or decrease their sodium output depending on your intake. A Harvard study done by Rogacz showed what happens when sodium is restricted over the course of six days.(2) For those who always scream that research studies don't apply to bodybuilders, six days is the typical amount of time that athletes manipulate their intake for a contest or event.
In the Rogacz study, sodium intake was eliminated, but the sodium in the subject's blood stayed the same. By the sixth day, the body had nearly stopped getting rid of sodium. What does this mean? All the sodium manipulations that you did the previous week did nothing! All it did was raise the hormone aldosterone, which causes increased water retention and re-absorption of sodium."
"In the body’s natural state we actually hold MORE water inside our cells than outside our cells (subcutaneous water). It is when you screw with things that you start getting problems. People seem to have the notion that cutting water and sodium will allow them to shed all their subcutaneous water. There are a few problems with this:
1) You won't just lose water from the subcutaneous area, you will also lose it out of the muscle tissue, and you will most likely lose MORE from the muscle than from the subcutaneous layer as the body will attempt to maintain the water balance between the inside & outside of the cell.
2) You will flatten yourself out big time. The only reason a carb load works is because the increased glycogen causes your cells to store more water. All you have really done is flatten yourself out, you haven't changed the ratio of intracellular/extracellular water at all.
I know what you are thinking "but Layne, at my last show a judge said I needed to be drier" or "everyone tells me I just need to lose the water." Well I'm not here to make you feel better about yourself; I'm here to help you do better at your next show. And the truth is that people are telling you that you are 'holding water' because they don't want to hurt your feelings. The fact of the matter is that you weren't 'holding water' you just weren't lean enough.
Look at some of the people that I and Dr. Joe Klemczewski have worked with like Ben Goins, Steve Sims, Joe Franco, Dave Goodin, Kent Julius, John Harris, etc. They are 'drier' than 99.99% of people who compete ever will be. No water manipulation, very little sodium manipulation. How can they look so dry when they haven't changed a thing from their normal diet? What is their secret. Well read very closely because I'm only going to tell you the secret once.
09-12-2013, 09:31 PM
Anyone else? Winners will be chosen tomorrow!
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09-12-2013, 10:05 PM
09-12-2013, 10:35 PM
09-12-2013, 11:11 PM
Dude you totally left me hanging... WHAT'S THE SECRET??
Where it all started
09-12-2013, 11:29 PM
09-13-2013, 12:22 AM
Strong and Shredded tips:
2} Deads/Squats, High rep sets
Lets Say you do everything that you are supposed to do. You check all the boxes. You Believe, you prepare, you work, you fight, and you know your why, and Life still catches you on your blindside..... Just remember Failure Is Never Final !!!!
09-13-2013, 03:13 AM
09-13-2013, 03:19 AM
Yep the page did take a slight turn.. But it's all good.. I've seen a lot of great entries here.. Gonna be a tough one.. All in all, of you all can't fit your shirts, ill take em.. I'm not a Xxl anymore... More of a husky XL.. Smh.. Hahahah.. But on the real, I've read a lot of great advice towards fitness and nutrition.. Cassie, and bill good luck on this one.. Haha
09-13-2013, 07:27 AM
Final day entry... crossing my fingers it'll be a lucky Friday the thirteenth!
1. If you have to pick between diet and exercise, pick diet!
2. Don't be afraid to keep reasonably heavy compound moves in your routine even deep into a cut.
3. Find things that take your mind off the tough times. Another hobby, a good friend, a movie, etc. Keep you mind fresh.
09-13-2013, 07:54 AM
1) Add supplements as the very last step in a cutting diet
2) Even if you stall on the scale during the week dont make changes if the mirror looks leaner
3) Refer to higher volume foods as the cut prolongs for satiety sake.
09-13-2013, 08:55 AM
09-13-2013, 09:12 AM
Okay, no screwing around. You really want to know how to be STRONG and SHREDDED? Here it is:
1. Eat your spinach (just look at Popeye)
2. Bench press locomotives (Mr. Incredible)
3. Hold your sword high in the sky and yell, "BY THE POWER OF GREYSKULL!" or, "thundercats, THUNDERcats, THUNDERCATS, HOOOOOOOO!" (depending on the sword)
Where it all started
09-13-2013, 09:22 AM
1) Use visualization. Spend time each night before falling asleep visualizing how you want your body to look. Also, when you wake up in the morning visualize yourself successfully going through your day. This includes you hitting all your lifts in the gym.
2) Consider using bands and chains. These can be extremely effective tools for strength building when utilized properly.
3) Avoid micronutrient deficient food. Instead opt for natural foods high in micronutrients. Of course you ought to be paying attention to your relative macronutrient values, but also be aware of your micronutrient intake!
09-13-2013, 10:10 AM
09-13-2013, 11:10 AM
One last set:
1.) track your progress ( pics better than scales ) often we don't appreciate how much progress we've made and get discouraged
2.) Be flexible in your schedule when needed. In both diet and training what you can do and how you should eat change change constantly.
3.) Set clear and attainable goals. I'd rather set a reasonable goal then crush it. Then fall short on a ridiculous dream.
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09-13-2013, 11:25 AM
One more entry for Friday:
1. Focus solely on your progress and your goals. Do not let the image and/or success of others discourage you or through you off track. Compare yourself to yourself! There will only ever be one you!!
2. Do not put yourself under more duress, stress than needed. If you've a trying and stressful day, sometimes it is best to skip the workout or to simply do some minimal work. In short, sometimes it rains s--t, and the day doesn't go as planned. Don't fight it, just plan for tomorrow.
3. Have fun! (Might be cliched but I feel it is true.) This is your health and your journey. Enjoy all the ups and downs and when you reach your goal, it'll be so much sweeter.
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