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  • 1. You must burn more calories that you eat over...

    1. You must burn more calories that you eat over a long long period of time to lose weight.
    2. You (probably) burn about 2500 calories per day, maybe a little more on days you exercise (but only...
  • Enough OP We are not Siri. Search your old...

    Enough OP

    We are not Siri.

    Search your old posts
  • Me 2 It's good for one of the heads of the...

    Me 2

    It's good for one of the heads of the quad (the bi-articulate one) to isolate movement at the knee - sissy squats is great for this. I kinda got leg extensions with bands working but I feel...
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    Would certainly be interested to hear Greg's...

    Would certainly be interested to hear Greg's response.



    That's what I would expect too.

    My simple advice for most people would be this:
    - if fat and unhealthy - lose weight fairly rapidly...
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    Don't restrict what you eat - that is a bad idea...

    Don't restrict what you eat - that is a bad idea for a growing guy. Instead, just stick to 3 regular meals a day containing all the good things you probably already know you should eat like meat,...
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    Don't spam threads across multiple forums please.

    Don't spam threads across multiple forums please.
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    I can't remember, this is the problem with...

    I can't remember, this is the problem with podcasts. IIRC they acquired data from the various studies and ran their own analyses - it was probably that.

    I deliberately didn't want to put too many...
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    So where they did regression analyses of multiple...

    So where they did regression analyses of multiple studies to see if there was any relationship with BF% to muscle gain, they found neutral to positive relationships (i.e. more overweight people found...
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    better to state macros in terms of grams, not...

    better to state macros in terms of grams, not percentages.

    MFP should be able to tell you if you are meeting your RDAs for micronutrients - if that's the case and you are getting enough protein...
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    The timings and the foods you've chosen don't...

    The timings and the foods you've chosen don't matter as much as the total calories and macros.

    So I suggest you put this into myfitnesspal or a similar app and see what it contains - compare...
  • Hi Sorry to say that the blog is probably...

    Hi

    Sorry to say that the blog is probably gone. I had to look this up myself (actually a fellow mod did that part) as I don't use bodyspace:
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  • ^ I think that is the important underlying point....

    ^ I think that is the important underlying point. It's about maintaining some focus on a specific goal while also changing things enough that you don't stagnate.

    The actual reps achieved will...
  • This is an old thread, I don't think OP is here...

    This is an old thread, I don't think OP is here anymore.
  • You can also increase number of sets - if you...

    You can also increase number of sets - if you constantly bump against overreaching without making progress then that's where you really can't make any more progress.

    Deliberate detraining - see...
  • Usually these problems (whether real or...

    Usually these problems (whether real or perceived) vanish when you gain some muscle and lose some fat.

    Pictures may help clarify but the advice is likely to be the same regardless.
  • It's an oversimplification. Rep ranges only apply...

    It's an oversimplification. Rep ranges only apply if you can take each set to a consistent level of exertion (e.g. 1 rep before failure). That's not possible if you can't adjust the resistance.
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  • No crossposting please, your other threads were...

    No crossposting please, your other threads were deleted.
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    Shorten your posts and remove punctuation...

    Shorten your posts and remove punctuation (especially parentheses)

    BTW, don't post "junk" threads, it makes you look like a spammer - or at least delete them immediately afterwards.
  • Yes. Once of the hardest parts of fat loss is...

    Yes. Once of the hardest parts of fat loss is sustaining it for long enough.

    We get given false hope when we drop several pounds in 1 week - but its mostly just water.

    If you can't account for...
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    Depends on your deficit and your activity levels....

    Depends on your deficit and your activity levels.

    If you are at maintenance or above and you aren't doing a lot of high intensity exercise, you'll preserve glycogen for a lot longer.
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