this is a great post!
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this is a great post!
Good post.. is there a negative to it?
I did. You just have to know exacty what you're eating. Tracking calories, getting substantial protein, and lifting heavy.. Just work hard and it will pay off
nice try.. I have lost 60 lbs. over 10 months time with absolutely no cardio.. A clean diet and weights.
ON Whey is the best bang for the buck at GNC imo, and pick up some Mega Mens's mulit-vit's, and the GNC Fish Body oil. Gold week is a good deal, it's 20% off everything..
roll with 1% CC and you'll be good to go. I consume a medium sized container (2 cups) every morning, half when I wake up, and the rest a couple hours later at work. melted natty pb mixed in is a...
So Built, if the ratios mean nothing, do you aim for your grams of protein per day? (I know you've said you're aorund 200g a day). Manveet thanks I'll look it up.
Vey good question, I have been wondering the exact same thing...
So if I was eating 40/30/30 p/f/c at or just below my maint. calories, like I did this past year, wouldn't that mean that I wouldn't have been able to gain weight in regards to lbm? Thanks for the...
In the last year, I dropped 60 lbs, by dialing in my diet, with no cardio, and just lifting. I am very happy with how far I've come. I have definately gained muscle mass, while dropping the weight....
I'm almost in the same boat.. I just keep working at it, especially in the kitchen.
Same here, one set to failure..
This thread sounds exactly like my life. Same B.S. at work, 'Tuna again?' Good I'm not the only wierdo obsessed like this.
so straight out of the shell is just fine as long as it's pastuerized?
I try to make a jar last 3 days but it gets tough.. Just way too good to let sit.
diet coke is 40mg per can of sodium, is it really a bad drink to have throughout the day??
my perfect meal..
someone answer this one.. I've been wondering about the same type of thing.
I buy the Kroger bags with 7 pieces when they are on sale for 6.99, normally they are 11.99, time to hit up Costco.. I bake them plain, with a little bit of garlic seasoning.