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  • Thread: Failing to fail

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    I drop by now and then. If you'd like me to...

    I drop by now and then. If you'd like me to comment on a thread feel free to send me a message.
  • Thread: Failing to fail

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    My thoughts: I think it's plausible that the...

    My thoughts: I think it's plausible that the large majority of studies wasn't done with real failure. Things is, I'm not sure if it's all that helpful to push that far. IMO when you're training high...
  • Thread: Failing to fail

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    Interesting. Well I would guess he could argue...

    Interesting. Well I would guess he could argue that this was up to technical failure. Meaning if he did one more rep his technique would suffer somewhat. I would say that's defendable.

    I do...
  • Thanks. I'm not gone but I may participate a lot...

    Thanks. I'm not gone but I may participate a lot less. If the discussion is about science I'm more inclined to participate.

    As for the questions raised by OP, I haven't read much science about...
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    One thing I find peculiar about the Volek study...

    One thing I find peculiar about the Volek study that there was a guy in there with a total T of 5 nmol/L, which is too low/below the normal range. The guy was on an ultra low fat diet. If they had...
  • Just to inform, in the large 2020 RCT I cited...

    Just to inform, in the large 2020 RCT I cited (Hand et al) the moderate group exercised on the treadmill for 159 minutes on average, the high group exercised for 223 minutes per week on average. Even...
  • Forgot to mention this earlier but also important...

    Forgot to mention this earlier but also important for this question: if you take a calculator like the one I used in the stickies, it asks for number of workouts per week.

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  • I'm glad to see some other people are noticing...

    I'm glad to see some other people are noticing what I'm noticing too. Appreciated.

    As for the down regulating mechanisms of NEAT I found this one interesting too: when I ramp up volume and...
  • Important point; they weren't exceptions. It was...

    Important point; they weren't exceptions. It was the average outcome in that study with 60 people. Several other studies found the same: on average, exercise didn't significantly increase TDEE.
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  • It's a good question. As you probably know the...

    It's a good question. As you probably know the TDEE calculators are only a rough guess. We try to always tell people that they should only use it as an initial estimate and then quickly rely on real...
  • Pointing out that the formula should say EAT...

    Pointing out that the formula should say EAT instead of exercise is a minor detail indeed. So yes, that's micromanaging.

    But that was the least important point I was making. The most important one...
  • Yep. Here's one I noticed in myself: often when I...

    Yep. Here's one I noticed in myself: often when I meet my little nephews and nieces they want to play with me and I often say yes. One of the games we do is that I spin around my axis as fast as I...
  • I usually only quote the part where I respond to....

    I usually only quote the part where I respond to. Anyone reading the thread has the opportunity to read everything you wrote.
  • Ok man, in that case we're better off not...

    Ok man, in that case we're better off not continuing discussion about it.
  • Exactly! Well said. Yup. My impression...

    Exactly! Well said.



    Yup. My impression exactly.

    Quote from one of your last posts in the deleted thread, where you were addressing Adam:
  • Not really, it's actually quite simple. A lot of...

    Not really, it's actually quite simple. A lot of people who exercise more exert less energy during non exercise activities during that day. Quite often the compensatory effect is strong enough to...
  • EiFit91 had responded to one of your posts in the...

    EiFit91 had responded to one of your posts in the thread that Adam decided to delete. Here's the screenshot.

    https://i.imgur.com/PeQ5vqs.png
  • So I'm curious, I know of at least 4 studies that...

    So I'm curious, I know of at least 4 studies that contradict some of Adam's claims in the OP of that thread. Do you think I should just keep my mouth shut? That doesn't make much sense to me.
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  • Yeah he deleted the thread. Personally I think...

    Yeah he deleted the thread. Personally I think it's not good forum behaviour to just delete a thread when you don't like the direction a discussion is going. Especially with other people adding good...
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    It's mostly nonsense and Thomas Delauer is nr.1...

    It's mostly nonsense and Thomas Delauer is nr.1 on the list of Youtubers to avoid.

    Better sources: Alan Aragon, Eric Helms, Menno Henselmans, Lyle McDonald, etc.
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