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  • 120g or more should be fine.

    120g or more should be fine.
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    I'm assuming milk and eggs are off the table -...

    I'm assuming milk and eggs are off the table - since whey is the most common and best protein powder.

    Whole food sources:
    - beans, chick peas, lentils, peas
    - whole grains, especially wheat and...
  • That forum error is a pig. Always copy what...

    That forum error is a pig.

    Always copy what you wrote before posting it if it's long.

    If it won't post, remove (braces) - I find that helps.
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    I am sceptical about the claims of getting more...

    I am sceptical about the claims of getting more lat activation using such a grip... whether your elbows are flared or close to your side does influence which part of the lat is used according to...
  • It's very simple - eat more. Keep what you eat...

    It's very simple - eat more.

    Keep what you eat now but add a couple of bowls of cereal or a pint of milk per day. There are plenty of other ways but it's generally better to focus on protein rich...
  • Which would you rather keep, I need to close one...

    Which would you rather keep, I need to close one of them.

    Not allowed multiple accounts - forum rules.
  • In case you haven't seen this already: ...

    In case you haven't seen this already:

    https://www.strongerbyscience.com/no-gym/
  • It's possible but very likely to be undesirable...

    It's possible but very likely to be undesirable in terms of fat-muscle ratio gained. Smarter programming is a better option.
  • Then gaining weight will almost certainly result...

    Then gaining weight will almost certainly result in some or all of the weight you gain being fat.

    In that case, I would just maintain for now and do what you can at home.
  • Yes, it's possible that's your new maintenance....

    Yes, it's possible that's your new maintenance. 0.6kg a week is a 650 cal deficit. You can also factor in a 2-400 calorie adaptation to bulking. Plus noise in the data (although you have 2 months of...
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    No.

    No.
  • No problem, I hope that you get some interesting...

    No problem, I hope that you get some interesting results.
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    About 3kg - which will take 6-8 weeks. I would...

    About 3kg - which will take 6-8 weeks. I would never recommend doing it fast if you are already quite lean.

    Something tells me it's not worth it and you should be focusing on muscle gain instead...
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    This isn't complicated maths - but I do need to...

    This isn't complicated maths - but I do need to know how much you weigh.
  • I understand the reasoning but there are a couple...

    I understand the reasoning but there are a couple of things to consider here. A good trainee uses a mixture of planning and intuition. If your intuition is not like his then you won't achieve the...
  • Except that you can't keep adding weight if you...

    Except that you can't keep adding weight if you aren't a complete noob, after a few increments you are either going to be dropping reps or failing to hit your targets.

    Double progression =...
  • If you do what's suggested above, you might get...

    If you do what's suggested above, you might get away with no muscle loss. Certainly no strength loss is always possible with good training - but that doesn't always mean no tissue was lost, it's a...
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    Projection: assume you are 129lbs and 16% now. ...

    Projection: assume you are 129lbs and 16% now.

    In 10 months you could reach 160lbs and 22% BF.

    Then in 2 months you could reach 152lbs at 18%

    So not really no.

    But the trick is not to...
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    In the 23 hours between training sessions. ...

    In the 23 hours between training sessions.

    Many (mostly advanced) lifters train every day. Some multiple times a day. They often use the same muscles almost every time (directly or indirectly) too.
  • This seems pretty good as a general approach OP....

    This seems pretty good as a general approach OP. Use the heavy stuff when you can be in the gym. Make the most of the equipment you have when you aren't

    And you don't need to worry about "split"...
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