Fat loss possible w/ calorie surplus?

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    Fat loss possible w/ calorie surplus?


    When you're bulking, are triglycerides being released from adipose tissue during intense weight sessions?

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    It is conceivable that if your calorie intake around your exercise window is lacking that your body would dip into fat stores. However if you have an overall energy surplus from other meal times, then whatever you burn will later be replaced and then some.
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    Some people have reported eating a lot and gaining a couple of lbm's while leaning up and becoming more vascular while on IGF.
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    There would be validity to that point, John. Although, I don't think we are talking about IGF-1 here.

    I think that quality of calories is going to come into play here. With the proper cardio regiment and nutrition partioning, I believe it is possible. Very difficult, but possible.
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    Yes, I'm talking naturally.

    Basically, if it's not possible, then there's no point in doing cardio when you're bulking unless you know you're overeating or you're looking for other health benefits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moyer
    Yes, I'm talking naturally.

    Basically, if it's not possible, then there's no point in doing cardio when you're bulking unless you know you're overeating or you're looking for other health benefits.
    Exactly. When bulking it's mostly used as a tool to keep fat away and of course it's health benefits..
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