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  • Bolded is absolutely absurd. Comparing the two...

    Bolded is absolutely absurd. Comparing the two groups is by far the most important thing. If the control group had IDENTICAL numbers, then obviously there's something inherent in the study, and your...
  • No studies will ever prove anything. You need to...

    No studies will ever prove anything. You need to use some criteria to determine when you can say "this study shows evidence towards x influencing y." If group A is +0.3 (+/- 4.7) and B is -0.2 (+/-...
  • I guess my main point is I'm just not convinced...

    I guess my main point is I'm just not convinced about your last sentence. IMO "Studies showing that over feeding on protein doesn't lead to fat gain = 0". I read the full text; the authors don't...
  • Can't believe no one has posted this:...

    Can't believe no one has posted this: http://www.bodyrecomposition.com/nutrition/excess-protein-and-fat-storage-qa.html

    But yea basically protein and carbs rarely get converted to fat, outside of...
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    Do you really not think that a PSMF will have OP...

    Do you really not think that a PSMF will have OP losing more fat than on a 500 calorie deficit? There's plenty of reasons not to do this, but worse fat loss is certainly not one of them.

    My stance...
  • Well there's a big difference between counting...

    Well there's a big difference between counting net carbs for counting carbs and doing some asinine thing in order to come up with calories, which are already printed on the label.

    For carbs, it...
  • Yea this is why I feel like for most people most...

    Yea this is why I feel like for most people most of the time, life is just gonna life. Gotta eat lunch with the coworkers. Gotta eat food post-workout because I'll be hungry as balls. The rest kinda...
  • ****ing awesome, thanks!!! I feel like I'm not...

    ****ing awesome, thanks!!!

    I feel like I'm not 100% clear on some things. But I'm not clear on what those things are. So I'm all good for now! :)

    EDIT: OH, here's something that now just went...
  • Maybe this is a better question for that other...

    Maybe this is a better question for that other thread, if so let me know. But this touches on something I've been confused about wrt MPS and protein timing/sizing. Basically my question is doesn't...
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    Interesting post! Pretty curious about the bolded...

    Interesting post! Pretty curious about the bolded - can you elaborate on that at all?

    Thank you for the practical recommendation as well, and that actually makes a ton of sense. Do you think the...
  • That a post-workout shake is not required...

    That a post-workout shake is not required IMMEDIATELY after the workout. He gives a 3-4 hour window between pre and post if you're having something fast-digesting like whey, or a 5-6 hour window if...
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    I didn't. Really? I thought I read that many...

    I didn't. Really? I thought I read that many people here limit PUFA to like 10% of total FAT intake, maybe 20% at most. Very surprised by your post, since I recall things like vegetable oil and other...
  • There's a few problems with the study/line of...

    There's a few problems with the study/line of reasoning, OP. First, the study only looks at nitrogen balance. It's pretty well-known that this does not correlate well to MPS. Second, the sample size...
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    Evidence against PUFA and/or omega-6?

    Title pretty much speaks for itself. I feel like I've seen a ton of talk about how these two things should be limited, but I really have no solid, concrete understanding of the topic, and I would...
  • Here's my guess: The more advanced you get in...

    Here's my guess: The more advanced you get in anything, the more you need to specialize in that area to make improvements. So in strength and hypertrophy, the more advanced you get, the more volume...
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    Just pick one of the many programs that's popular...

    Just pick one of the many programs that's popular and doesn't follow any extreme/weird practices. I assume you're a beginner, since you're 146 lbs. Something like Blaha's 5x5 is good imo, or if you...
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    I wouldn't think the reverse diet specifically...

    I wouldn't think the reverse diet specifically should have any implications, but I think there could definitely be a lagged fatigue effect you're seeing from the cut itself. Not to mention that while...
  • x g/lb doesn't make sense to me. Should be based...

    x g/lb doesn't make sense to me. Should be based off LBM IMO. My personal rule is 1 g/lb LBM.
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    I think I have my rib eyes and strip steaks in my...

    I think I have my rib eyes and strip steaks in my database for approximately 1200 and 1000 calories/pound, respectively (I'd have to check at home though). Since sirloin is a bit leaner, I think this...
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    I only read the first page, but basically it...

    I only read the first page, but basically it seemed like WP restricting the question enough to obtain "obviously no" answers. Anything useful come out on pages 2-4?
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