The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness
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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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    Yup, ephedrine is sold legally here as a nasal...

    Yup, ephedrine is sold legally here as a nasal decongestant. Typically found in 8mg pills - but you can still find 25 mg in some places.
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    No. Well it's not because you can't digest it. ...

    No. Well it's not because you can't digest it. It's a result of the digestion process itself.
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    Not only that - but since "crap" foods are...

    Not only that - but since "crap" foods are generally very high in calories - you wouldn't be able to eat very much of it and stay under maintenance (hence you would be hungry later on and tempted to...
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    They sell them at Shopper's Drugmart (I'm in...

    They sell them at Shopper's Drugmart (I'm in Ontario, not sure where you are). But they're kept behind the counter so you have to ask for them. Any drugstore should have them - just make sure to...
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    They always say, if YOU are wondering something,...

    They always say, if YOU are wondering something, there are probably ten other people wondering the same thing (but too afraid to ask).

    There are lots of different brands out there....the only...
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    Ha! Then I'd say you have bigger concerns than...

    Ha! Then I'd say you have bigger concerns than caloric values.
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    Oh, it's true. It's true. Although if you...

    Oh, it's true. It's true.

    Although if you consider something that is low fat by nature (e.g., a skinless chicken breast) - then that's still okay to eat....

    But yes, if you come across foods...
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    Out of curiosity - why do you want to know this?...

    Out of curiosity - why do you want to know this? Why can't you peel it once you get the bananas home?

    People at the supermarket think I'm nuts because I spend hours reading the nutritional info -...
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    I've heard that ginger root helps with the...

    I've heard that ginger root helps with the protein farts - aids digestion or something of that sort - (you can even buy it in capsule form - usually wherever you'd normally find vitamins, etc.,)
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    *drools* but DAMN it sounds good.... tuttut I...

    *drools* but DAMN it sounds good....

    tuttut I wouldn't buy it though.
  11. BMR = body weight x 12 (or thereabouts - I know...

    BMR = body weight x 12 (or thereabouts - I know people disagree on this issue)....

    He weighs 200lbs....therefore.....

    But yes, admittedly, it's a general range. He'll most certainly need to...
  12. Well your BMR is around 2400 calories - so that...

    Well your BMR is around 2400 calories - so that might be a good range to shoot for toward maintainence.

    I never change ratios too much (whether cutting or bulking) I just drop/add calories as...
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    I add anywhere between 50 to 100 grams of...

    I add anywhere between 50 to 100 grams of dextrose - depending on how heavy I've lifted and how depleted I feel (e.g., I will generally take the most after a brutal leg session).
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    Googled it and found this: "...carbohydrates...

    Googled it and found this:

    "...carbohydrates present [in honey] are the monosaccharides fructose (38.2%) and glucose (31%); and disaccharides (~9%) sucrose, maltose, isomaltose, maltulose,...
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    You really ought to take it longer than six...

    You really ought to take it longer than six hours.

    Assuming full depletion of muscle glycogen - it takes at least 12 hours (I think Lyle M. even recommends 24 hours minimum) for glycogen to be...
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    Agreed - Add some pysllium to your diet and you...

    Agreed - Add some pysllium to your diet and you will not be disappointed!! Make sure it's 100% pysllium (it comes in husks or powdered form). Metamucil is essentially pysillium husk with added sugar...
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