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    KingJustin, I agree with you completely ...but I...

    KingJustin, I agree with you completely ...but I have no way of accounting for that in any sort of "scientifically defendable" calculation. The studies just haven't been done to outline the numbers....
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    Sorry 'bout that. The studies I've seen all...

    Sorry 'bout that. The studies I've seen all concern only men. If I could find such things involving women I'd update the calculator ...if anybody knows of any studies I'd appreciate the pointer.
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    1. "theoretically, what's the maximum amount of...

    1. "theoretically, what's the maximum amount of weight i could put on a month of lean body mass" ...click here:

    http://www.weightrainer.net/gaincalc.html
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    Alexander, you might want to read my beginners...

    Alexander, you might want to read my beginners articles. I don't get into the technique of the individual exercises (you can get that elsewhere) ...but routine construction and break-in are...
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    Most of the brand name peanut butters are largely...

    Most of the brand name peanut butters are largely icing sugar and partially hydrogenated vegetable oils ...if they say no trans fats it probably means they're using palm kernel oil (which is largely...
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    I started at about 320 pounds or more (at about...

    I started at about 320 pounds or more (at about 55+% bodyfat) - I don't know for sure as my scales only went to 310. My waist was 56 inches. My Bench Press max was 60 pounds for 1 rep for my first...
  7. The body needs about 8.7 kcals to deposit 1 gram...

    The body needs about 8.7 kcals to deposit 1 gram of protein, and about 8.7-12 kcals to deposit 1 gram of fat. Muscle is about 20% protein (with some fat) so it works out to about 3 kcals for each...
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    I've been doing upright rows (with a wider grip)...

    I've been doing upright rows (with a wider grip) for 18 years with no problems. Don't believe everything you read. ;)
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    A large part of that was water. The rate of...

    A large part of that was water. The rate of weight loss will slow down this week.
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    I wouldn't try for 3 pounds a week. The most I've...

    I wouldn't try for 3 pounds a week. The most I've seen in a "scientifically" controlled setting is 2/3 lb of muscle per week (without drugs) for any amount of time, though I've known people who've...
  11. Thread: Eggs?

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    There's nothing unhealthy about eggs or the...

    There's nothing unhealthy about eggs or the cholesterol in them. Much of the cholesterol scare has been propagated by drug companies that manufacture various cholesterol lowering drugs ...and...
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    Portboy, Remember that you cannot "force" your...

    Portboy,

    Remember that you cannot "force" your body to gain muscle at the rate you'd like ...you can only coax it along within it's own genetic coding. If you gain 1/2 lb of muscle a week for any...
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    Thanks Jeff, ...no I don't keep a diet long...

    Thanks Jeff,

    ...no I don't keep a diet long anywhere, but I'll start here briefly:

    Yesterday: I ate too much.
    Day Before Yesterday: I also ate too much.
    Day Before Day Before Yesterday: I ate...
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    The fastest rate of drug-free muscle gain I've...

    The fastest rate of drug-free muscle gain I've seen in a scientifically-verified setting is 2/3 pound per week. I've "heard" of 1 pound per week of lean muscle being gained by drug-free beginners,...
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    Full cream milk is a good source of saturated fat...

    Full cream milk is a good source of saturated fat and cholesterol - both of which are ideal for supporting drug-free muscle gain. Unpasteurized milk is better, if you can get it ...there's less...
  16. Thread: To much??

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    ExtremeAnabolic, Ricky Wayne's competitive...

    ExtremeAnabolic,

    Ricky Wayne's competitive career began during the early 1960s, after steroids were common place. In fact, I have a Health and Strength magazine introducing him as a local...
  17. Thread: To much??

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    ExtremeAnabolic, There are no factual errors...

    ExtremeAnabolic,

    There are no factual errors in that article.

    A statistical analysis of Weightlifting totals clearly indicates that performance became augmented at around 1952. This agrees...
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    No. It does not say that. It says that it's...

    No. It does not say that. It says that it's very unlikely that you will exceed an upper arm measurement of 16.5" (in contest condition - not "bulked up") while maintaining balanced development in...
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    This program is based on Java script calculators...

    This program is based on Java script calculators from my site, The WeighTrainer, not from Hardgainer.

    It's very convenient having all three calculators on the same screen, by the way. In fact, I...
  20. Chris, Those tables of Grimek and Pearl are...

    Chris,

    Those tables of Grimek and Pearl are definitely not consistent between measurements and body weights. While I don't doubt that Pearl's arms measured 18" at some point in his career, it...
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