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    Quote Originally Posted by borobulker

    You going to wine and dine me again?
    Didn't you go paleo though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by borobulker

    You going to wine and dine me again?
    Cats outta the bag now....
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    So you thinking it may be a nutrient partitioner/ insulin mimicker?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz
    So you thinking it may be a nutrient partitioner/ insulin mimicker?
    I think it has a nutrient partitioning effect, but feel that is only part of the equation.
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    Day 22 continued

    I continued to make good progress with today’s workout. I was feeling strong from start to finish and really didn’t want to leave. Seeing strength consistently climb at its current pace is making my time in the gym incredibly fun. Having a short workday and not being rushed/worrying about what time it was added to the enjoyment (and possibly strength/endurance).


    -some previous #’s in parenthesis

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    235x5 (225x6)
    240x5 (225x6)
    245x4 (235x4)
    255x3 (245x3)

    BB Shrug
    350x15
    400x8
    400x7
    400x7

    -reps were added to all sets


    DB Arnold Press
    75x14 (75x13)
    85x8 (85x7)
    85x7 (85x5)
    drop
    50x5 (35x6)

    Reverse Fly machine (focus on negative)
    205x8 (190x9)
    210x6 (205x6)
    220x4 (210x4)
    drop
    145x7 (135x7)

    super sets (cable/rope)
    Upright Row
    95x11 (80x10)
    100x9 (87.5x10)
    100x8 (95x8)
    Face Pull
    95x10 (80x12)
    100x7 (87.5x10)
    100x6 (95x6)

    super sets
    DB Front Raise
    30x8 (25x10)
    30x8 (30x7)
    drop
    20x7 (15x7)
    DB Lateral Raise
    30x8 (25x10)
    30x8 (30x7)
    drop
    20x7 (15x7)

    Pumps and vascularity were strong during my workout. By the end of my routine, the pump throughout my shoulders made putting on my jacket quite a challenge lol. I was seeing a few “new veins” on the top of my forearms and my hands as well. I actually noticed this on my hands while I was at work today too.



    Getting out of work early had my activity level down somewhat today and my caloric intake was adjusted accordingly.


    Today’s calorie total and breakdown were as follows:

    Calories: 5629
    Carbs: 532
    Protein: 446
    Fat: 205
    (37/31/32)
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11
    Day 22 continued

    I continued to make good progress with today’s workout. I was feeling strong from start to finish and really didn’t want to leave. Seeing strength consistently climb at its current pace is making my time in the gym incredibly fun. Having a short workday and not being rushed/worrying about what time it was added to the enjoyment (and possibly strength/endurance).

    -some previous #’s in parenthesis

    BB Military Press
    235x5 (225x6)
    240x5 (225x6)
    245x4 (235x4)
    255x3 (245x3)

    BB Shrug
    350x15
    400x8
    400x7
    400x7

    -reps were added to all sets

    DB Arnold Press
    75x14 (75x13)
    85x8 (85x7)
    85x7 (85x5)
    drop
    50x5 (35x6)

    Reverse Fly machine (focus on negative)
    205x8 (190x9)
    210x6 (205x6)
    220x4 (210x4)
    drop
    145x7 (135x7)

    super sets (cable/rope)
    Upright row
    95x11 (80x10)
    100x9 (87.5x10)
    100x8 (95x8)
    Face Pull
    95x10 (80x12)
    100x7 (87.5x10)
    100x6 (95x6)

    super sets
    DB Front Raise
    30x8 (25x10)
    30x8 (30x7)
    drop
    20x7 (15x7)
    DB Lateral Raise
    30x8 (25x10)
    30x8 (30x7)
    drop
    20x7 (15x7)

    Pumps and vascularity were strong during my workout. By the end of my routine, the pump throughout my shoulders made putting on my jacket quite a challenge lol. I was seeing a few “new veins” on the top of my forearms and my hands as well. I actually noticed this on my hands while I was at work today too.

    Getting out of work early had my activity level down somewhat today and my caloric intake was adjusted accordingly.

    Today’s calorie total and breakdown were as follows:

    Calories: 5629
    Carbs: 532
    Protein: 446
    Fat: 205
    (37/31/32)
    Sick day it looks like...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiianhulk View Post
    Sick day it looks like...
    I was very happy with it. Thanks Hulk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11

    I was very happy with it. Thanks Hulk.
    I gotta catch up to you all..
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiianhulk

    I gotta catch up to you all..
    How far into your PA run are you?
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    WOW.... how the crap do you eat that many cals at your weight and maintain? That would be fat city for me. Even my successful bulks with significant gains in lbm only range from 3-4k calories and at close to your weight.

    How much of your day do you spend eating and in the restroom? Serious question.

    No slin or anything here to put away all those carbs?

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    Day 23

    I got 5-6 hours’ sleep, which was enough to have me wake up feeling well rested.

    My weight was 210.2lbs (+3.2lbs from “Day 1”) this morning. At this point in the week, I’ve usually shed the majority of any water that I was holding and don’t see it drop much further.


    My breakfast was similar to what I’ve been eating recently, but I made a few changes.
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    Breakfast calorie total and breakdown:

    Calories: 1478
    Carbs: 149
    Protein: 57
    Fat: 77
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sourdough
    WOW.... how the crap do you eat that many cals at your weight and maintain? That would be fat city for me. Even my successful bulks with significant gains in lbm only range from 3-4k calories and at close to your weight.

    How much of your day do you spend eating and in the restroom? Serious question.

    No slin or anything here to put away all those carbs?

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    Good question. It hasn't always been like this, but its something myself and several doctors haven't really found a concrete answer to. I've just adapted to it at this point. I think it has to do with not absorbing food very well. Taking digestive enzymes with all meals seems to help somewhat. I'm also currently working a physical job and PA has allowed my intake to increase a good amount as well.

    I spend way too much time eating. It's honestly a hassle. I try to knock out a good chunk of calories in the morning to make the rest of the day easier. I only have one trip to the bathroom, shortly after waking up.

    No slin or anything. I'm just a freak lol.
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    Hard to decide whether the breezy food absorption disorder is a gift or a curse!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveToLift
    Hard to decide whether the breezy food absorption disorder is a gift or a curse!
    I haven't really decided yet either lol. It definitely has its positives and negatives. As long as I have enough time to eat its not a problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11

    I haven't really decided yet either lol. It definitely has its positives and negatives. As long as I have enough time to eat its not a problem.
    And a large enough paycheck to afford all that food!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick

    And a large enough paycheck to afford all that food!
    Oh yeah...that too. It's outrageous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11

    Oh yeah...that too. It's outrageous.
    Can you imagine how much I spend on my food too.. Hahahaha. Thank goodness for Costco
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11

    Oh yeah...that too. It's outrageous.
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    Can you imagine how much I spend on my food too.. Hahahaha. Thank goodness for Costco
    I could only imagine. Even at my measly 4k it's expensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiianhulk

    Can you imagine how much I spend on my food too.. Hahahaha. Thank goodness for Costco
    Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick

    I could only imagine. Even at my measly 4k it's expensive.
    I should start shopping at a place like that, but they're a little out of the way compared to everywhere else I shop. I buy a lot of food at smaller organic/health food stores too, which isn't cheap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11

    I should start shopping at a place like that, but they're a little out of the way compared to everywhere else I shop. I buy a lot of food at smaller organic/health food stores too, which isn't cheap.
    I shop at Sam's club.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick

    I shop at Sam's club.
    Sam's club and Costco aren't anywhere around here. I have a membership at BJ's (same idea), but haven't been in a long time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11

    Sam's club and Costco aren't anywhere around here. I have a membership at BJ's (same idea), but haven't been in a long time.
    I see.. Safeway just got too dang expensive.. Hahaha.. Besides their sirloin steaks are small
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11

    Good question. It hasn't always been like this, but its something myself and several doctors haven't really found a concrete answer to. I've just adapted to it at this point. I think it has to do with not absorbing food very well. Taking digestive enzymes with all meals seems to help somewhat. I'm also currently working a physical job and PA has allowed my intake to increase a good amount as well.

    I spend way too much time eating. It's honestly a hassle. I try to knock out a good chunk of calories in the morning to make the rest of the day easier. I only have one trip to the bathroom, shortly after waking up.

    No slin or anything. I'm just a freak lol.
    What made you start eating like this & how did you know to "try" it
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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronJP1

    What made you start eating like this & how did you know to "try" it
    A couple years ago I started feeling tired, getting sick a lot and slowly losing weight. I went to a few doctors about it and they said they couldn't find anything wrong. Then I started losing weight rapidly, could barely walk up stairs or get up from a sitting position and ended up losing about 40lbs in a few months. After all that, doctors still had no clue what was going on, but had me increase and track my calories. I started feeling better after a few months and eventually figured out what I needed to maintain weight. I decided to get back in the gym at that point and have been eating and training like a savage ever since. I'm finally back to about where I started after a ton of hard work and my health checks out fine...I just need to eat a lot more lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11

    A couple years ago I started feeling tired, getting sick a lot and slowly losing weight. I went to a few doctors about it and they said they couldn't find anything wrong. Then I started losing weight rapidly, could barely walk up stairs or get up from a sitting position and ended up losing about 40lbs in a few months. After all that, doctors still had no clue what was going on, but had me increase and track my calories. I started feeling better after a few months and eventually figured out what I needed to maintain weight. I decided to get back in the gym at that point and have been eating and training like a savage ever since. I'm finally back to about where I started after a ton of hard work and my health checks out fine...I just need to eat a lot more lol.
    Yeah I see, so not exactly a gift.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronJP1

    Yeah I see, so not exactly a gift.
    Ha yeah not really. It was a little overwhelming went it happened, but I've adapted and been used to it for a while now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breezy11

    Ha yeah not really. It was a little overwhelming went it happened, but I've adapted and have been used to it for a while now.
    Training like an animal and eating like a monster keeps us all going... With God all is complete...
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    Ever make your own shakes to have on the run? I don't have to eat 6000kcals but some days when i'm just not hungry I make myself a 1500kcal shake. Mostly EVOO, EVCO, Oats, whole milk + skim milk, PB, Almonds, 2 bananas, Creamed rice and a pinch (or 5) of cinnamon. It makes around 750ml- 1 litre.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiianhulk

    Training like an animal and eating like a monster keeps us all going... With God all is complete...
    Well said hulk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz
    Ever make your own shakes to have on the run? I don't have to eat 6000kcals but some days when i'm just not hungry I make myself a 1500kcal shake. Mostly EVOO, EVCO, Oats, whole milk + skim milk, PB, Almonds, 2 bananas, Creamed rice and a pinch (or 5) of cinnamon. It makes around 750ml- 1 litre.
    Not very often, but I usually have some form of calories readily available wherever I go. Thanks for the recipe though. It looks good and I'll definitely give it a shot.

    I don't normally eat 6000 calories either. Before and when I started PA, I was lean bulking with about 4700-5400 daily. Reaching 6000 was a rare occurrence and only happened on extremely active days.
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