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    Are you still regularly increasing the weights...

    Are you still regularly increasing the weights you use? Or adding more reps to sets with the same weight?

    Forcing overload is extremely important.

    Another point might be that at 84kg you might...
  • You could put on maybe 30lbs and improve strength...

    You could put on maybe 30lbs and improve strength in every major muscle group by eating enough to allow 2-3lbs a month and training your whole body with weights on a progressively overloading...
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    It doesn't matter that much as long as a. your...

    It doesn't matter that much as long as
    a. your total workload for the week is the same or maybe slightly higher than before
    b. any exercise you do is not adversely affected by something you did...
  • Each lb of bodyfat can supply a maximum of 31...

    Each lb of bodyfat can supply a maximum of 31 calories per day. So if you have 25lbs of fat on your body (I am assuming your numbers are correct when BF% readings can be way off) then 750 is safe.
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    Not as a rule no. If you eat too much, yes.

    Not as a rule no. If you eat too much, yes.
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    Put it this way - is your final goal physique...

    Put it this way - is your final goal physique above or below 140lbs? I think we both know it's above... so yes, continue bulking. If you are staying reasonably lean then that's good, keep doing what...
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    I don't think planning your split and calories...

    I don't think planning your split and calories too far in advance is going to help. The general idea of a lean bulk is fine, you clearly need to add weight but do it slowly. You'll need to use...
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    1.6 grams per day for every 1kg of LEAN body mass...

    1.6 grams per day for every 1kg of LEAN body mass - that is the most that is supported by available research in that it shows an advantage. You can have more but it won't necessarily improve things....
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    Pretty sure you've asked this before and been...

    Pretty sure you've asked this before and been given the only real answer there is.
    - enough muscle mass to begin with
    - consistent calorie control for as long as it takes
    - no there are no 'hacks'...
  • The guy in question is called "car salesman" and...

    The guy in question is called "car salesman" and used to exhibit his serial attention seeking behaviour in the misc before it got locked down.
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    High reps is not a problem, especially for...

    High reps is not a problem, especially for isolations like lateral raises.

    Try this:
    - start by picking a weight that gives you 15-20 reps in the first set
    - do 2-3 sets in total, the first set...
  • Very overweight guys can safely run a large...

    Very overweight guys can safely run a large calorie deficit - the kind that would be inadvisable for more average sized people.

    The main constraints are appetite and getting enough essential...
  • https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/newpix/2018/04/28/09/4...

    https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/newpix/2018/04/28/09/4B9B53E800000578-0-image-a-5_1524904574265.jpg
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    Sounds fine. I would probably prefer his split to...

    Sounds fine. I would probably prefer his split to PPL since I don't like training OHP and bench on the same day. I also don't like training squat and posterior chain the same day, so one day for legs...
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    You should be training your whole body equally at...

    You should be training your whole body equally at this stage. Focusing on different parts is kind of irrelevant at this stage and is something that might be a concern for a much more advanced lifter....
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    72 hours is way too long. I can train most...

    72 hours is way too long.

    I can train most muscles 2 days in a row no problem. 3 days is pushing it.

    I usually avoid anything that taxes the lower back heavily 2 days in a row though.

    Anyone...
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    Yes, although I would argue that only skinny...

    Yes, although I would argue that only skinny people need to "bulk" - when your realistic target weight is way above your current weight. You should be able to gain muscle at maintenance if you are...
  • I saw the article on Lyle's site but this is as...

    I saw the article on Lyle's site but this is as close as I can get (the link is broken):

    https://baye.com/calculating-the-daily-calorie-deficit-for-maximum-fat-loss/
  • You could estimate how bad it would be by...

    You could estimate how bad it would be by guessing your bodyfat and using the rule of 33 calories per lb of bodyfat per day. A deficit of any more than this would have to come from burning muscle.
  • Many many of them. This can't be fixed by a few...

    Many many of them. This can't be fixed by a few tweaks here and there - basically, you aren't going to be learning to write programs from a few sentences of a forum post when whole books have been...
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