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  • No you don't Just consume less calories than...

    No you don't

    Just consume less calories than you burn. Read the sticky threads.
  • Plenty to read on Lyle's bodyrecomposition...

    Plenty to read on Lyle's bodyrecomposition website.
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    Do it because it is awesome Avoiding doing it...

    Do it because it is awesome

    Avoiding doing it because you have a theory about how you think it might not be necessary ... is just not the right mindset.
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    See the link in my sig

    See the link in my sig
  • There is this:...

    There is this:...
  • Straps do exactly the same thing as mixed grip -...

    Straps do exactly the same thing as mixed grip - stop the bar rolling out of your fingers. And on the plus side, your shoulder alignment is symmetrical.
  • Agreed - do everything you can with double...

    Agreed - do everything you can with double overhand grip but don't let it spoil an exercise. Use straps if you don't want to use mixed grip, it achieves the same thing.
  • This You are simply eating too much OP. Your...

    This

    You are simply eating too much OP. Your initial weight loss may have been down to something liek reduced carb causing some water and glycogen loss. If it stalls out like that, it's because...
  • I've done both and found it to be that way....

    I've done both and found it to be that way. Perhaps I just dislike the lactic acid pain more than the tension. YMMV
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    But... we need a scientific study. You guys might...

    But... we need a scientific study. You guys might just be experiencing the grip placebo effect.
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    The only tangible benefit for some is that...

    The only tangible benefit for some is that appetite is suppressed during the fast period once you are entrained to this pattern of eating.

    I use it for cutting but not for mass gain which I would...
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    Yup, this is fairly typical. Everyone thinks they...

    Yup, this is fairly typical. Everyone thinks they have more lean mass and less fat than they really have - until they try to cut down.

    Gain mass, aim for the long term.
  • I think training with higher reps is harder - if...

    I think training with higher reps is harder - if you do it right. If doing a (say) true 12 RM, the last 5 reps will ALL be hard enough to make most people want to throw in the towel.
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    I would suggest you slowly raise calories....

    I would suggest you slowly raise calories. Increases in glycogen retention will make it hard to track initially but you should try and set a target for weekly mass gain and adjust calories to suit.
  • No they aren't just filled with fluid. I don't...

    No they aren't just filled with fluid. I don't know what the effects of drugs are but certainly for a natty, the sarcoplasm increases in proportion to new myofibrils. There is no such thing as "puffy...
  • Good question. It's probably better to calculate...

    Good question. It's probably better to calculate a 1RM - and then use 70% of that. Then do (say) 3-5 sets of squats using an RPE 8 or 9 on each set.

    From my own early experience and observing...
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    I recommend concentrating on losing fat first....

    I recommend concentrating on losing fat first. Later, when you get to a point below 15% bodyfat you can do a more concerted mass gain phase. But you should begin weight training now so that your...
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    3. I like the ones with the spherical wire...

    3.

    I like the ones with the spherical wire mixers. The one with the plastic grid thing is a PITA when it gets stuck, you have to hook it out with a fork.
  • 83.3kg -- Going to start upping calories next...

    83.3kg -- Going to start upping calories next week... hooray!

    High bar back squat:
    1 x 137.5kg
    1 x 137.5kg
    1 x 137.5kg
    1 x 137.5kg
    1 x 137.5kg
    1 x 137.5kg
    1 x 137.5kg
  • Weight: 83.2kg... better - had day off training...

    Weight: 83.2kg... better - had day off training today. Had problems with light headedness.

    I don't see the point of splitting bodyparts into neat compartments, it's never seemed logical to me...
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