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  1. AnabolicMinds Site Rep
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    In the end there will always be the same arguments over macro ratio efficiency for cutting but remember everybody is unique. Try what seems the best fit for your lifestyle just track your calories and keep them under your TDEE. That will get you weight loss period. You may hit some plateaus along the way, remember to refeed occasionally. When results slow up even more add supplementation and/or cardio.

    Know your goals and practice dedication to your plan. You will get there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Driven2lift View Post
    In the end there will always be the same arguments over macro ratio efficiency for cutting but remember everybody is unique. Try what seems the best fit for your lifestyle just track your calories and keep them under your TDEE. That will get you weight loss period. You may hit some plateaus along the way, remember to refeed occasionally. When results slow up even more add supplementation and/or cardio.

    Know your goals and practice dedication to your plan. You will get there.
    Bingo. I myself cannot go on a lower carb diet or else i flatten out fast, some people thrive off lower carbs and a higher fat intake (which bloats me and gives me less performance, energy, endurance, and i get bloated very easy). When i first started out i tried carb cycling to see what worked best for my body (low/medium/high carbs) on the med/high carb days my energy was the best and my mood/performance in the gym was the best it has been. When they carbs dropped and fats raised i got bloated and struggled during workotus Regardless if i was bulking or cutting.

    The fine tuning is required through the years as we are always learning our bodies, what works best diet and training wise. Training frequency wise (Depending on goal), cardio wise etc. Small changes go a long way when it comes to a contest prep and in the offseason to maximize your gains and also find what is optimal for you and your goals. Science is great to see what works for some in the lab, but the real life results will vary from client to client and individual to individual. People who try to copy what they read in magazines from diet plans and workout plans may not see the cookie cutter approach work for them and have to make changes to suit their body.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Driven2lift View Post
    In the end there will always be the same arguments over macro ratio efficiency for cutting but remember everybody is unique. Try what seems the best fit for your lifestyle just track your calories and keep them under your TDEE. That will get you weight loss period. You may hit some plateaus along the way, remember to refeed occasionally. When results slow up even more add supplementation and/or cardio.

    Know your goals and practice dedication to your plan. You will get there.
    I agree. However The Solution posted something as being fact (despite zero evidence) and implied that HIIT does more harm than good during calorie deficits. I call this irresponsible hence why I called it out; you should continue HIIT (with improves lipolysis) whilst in deficit or excess or maintenance.

    Also, I avoid articles with zero referencing when they state things as fact. And these shouldn't be used to back a point.

    I'm all for other people's opinions, but when you state something like that as factual, then provide factual evidence to back it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post

    Bingo. I myself cannot go on a lower carb diet or else i flatten out fast, some people thrive off lower carbs and a higher fat intake (which bloats me and gives me less performance, energy, endurance, and i get bloated very easy). When i first started out i tried carb cycling to see what worked best for my body (low/medium/high carbs) on the med/high carb days my energy was the best and my mood/performance in the gym was the best it has been. When they carbs dropped and fats raised i got bloated and struggled during workotus Regardless if i was bulking or cutting.

    The fine tuning is required through the years as we are always learning our bodies, what works best diet and training wise. Training frequency wise (Depending on goal), cardio wise etc. Small changes go a long way when it comes to a contest prep and in the offseason to maximize your gains and also find what is optimal for you and your goals. Science is great to see what works for some in the lab, but the real life results will vary from client to client and individual to individual. People who try to copy what they read in magazines from diet plans and workout plans may not see the cookie cutter approach work for them and have to make changes to suit their body.
    This. Arguing over what is best on behalf of someone else is pointless IMO, I tried a lot of diet plans before finally finding what is effective for me. Solutions articles he posts for everyone do have merit and I have found useful, what worked for me ended up being a combination of things I learned from them.

    I personally eat 4 meals a day, healthy fats and protein in the first 2. All of my carbs I eat pre and post workout, in my final 2 meals. I feel better energy in my workouts, less lethargy and bloating through my days, and fat loss is optimal thanks to the t3 and leptin boost from my carbs at night, for which I thank the Solution

    Currently the leanest I have ever been.

    Find a plan and stick to it. 2-3 weeks minimum. And don't program hop, diet fads pop up every other day it seems claiming to illicit the best fat loss but once you have found what works for you don't go trying to fix something that isn't broken.
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  5. This may not work for everybody but I lost weight by eating heavier in the day time, then snacking for the rest of the day. I also move around a lot at my job and did a lot of cardio. Again, this will not work for everybody.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Driven2lift View Post
    This. Arguing over what is best on behalf of someone else is pointless IMO, I tried a lot of diet plans before finally finding what is effective for me. Solutions articles he posts for everyone do have merit and I have found useful, what worked for me ended up being a combination of things I learned from them.

    I personally eat 4 meals a day, healthy fats and protein in the first 2. All of my carbs I eat pre and post workout, in my final 2 meals. I feel better energy in my workouts, less lethargy and bloating through my days, and fat loss is optimal thanks to the t3 and leptin boost from my carbs at night, for which I thank the Solution

    Currently the leanest I have ever been.

    Find a plan and stick to it. 2-3 weeks minimum. And don't program hop, diet fads pop up every other day it seems claiming to illicit the best fat loss but once you have found what works for you don't go trying to fix something that isn't broken.
    Again, I agree. I wasn't saying that the articles aren't useful but just called out the fact that it was stated that HIIT (or glycogen depleting exercise) is harmful during a calorie deficit when most people rely on some form of HIIT during this period.

    Hopefully that clears up my standpoint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Driven2lift View Post
    healthy fats and protein in the first 2. All of my carbs I eat pre and post workout, in my final 2 meals. I feel better energy in my workouts, less lethargy and bloating through my days, and fat loss is optimal thanks to the t3 and leptin boost from my carbs at night, for which I thank the Solution

    Currently the leanest I have ever been.

    Find a plan and stick to it. 2-3 weeks minimum. And don't program hop, diet fads pop up every other day it seems claiming to illicit the best fat loss but once you have found what works for you don't go trying to fix something that isn't broken.
    This is exactly what i do

    Biorythm set up..

    http://www.reactivetrainingsystems.c...Biorhythm-Diet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post

    Again, I agree. I wasn't saying that the articles aren't useful but just called out the fact that it was stated that HIIT (or glycogen depleting exercise) is harmful during a calorie deficit when most people rely on some form of HIIT during this period.

    Hopefully that clears up my standpoint.
    Sorry if I seemed like I was countering your post honestly you posted while I was typing lol it wasn't meant to be regarding your statement my bad I'm a slow typer when mobile. I love HIIT towards the end of my cuts, definitely preferable to LISS and I have not noticed any negative effects.
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by Driven2lift View Post
    Sorry if I seemed like I was countering your post honestly you posted while I was typing lol it wasn't meant to be regarding your statement my bad I'm a slow typer when mobile. I love HIIT towards the end of my cuts, definitely preferable to LISS and I have not noticed any negative effects.
    Its ok The Solution is definitely here to help and has a tonne of ideas that are easy to follow; I just had to add my .2 cents to that comment lol
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