Last edited by Blaine Masters; 03-27-2011 at 11:54 AM.
Of course not. If such a thing was a problem we'd all be setting our alarm clocks for 3am so we could eat.
6'2 - 105kg (231lb) - 14%bf
B: 137.5kg (303lb)
S: 172.5kg (380lb)
D: 227.5kg (502lb)
Generally as long as you hit your targets for the day you are fine. On the other hand, if you are trying to gain weight and you know that skipping meals or snacks will put you under your calorie target then you probably shouldn't be skipping anything. If you are trying to lose weight and you know going long periods without eating causes you to overeat later, then you would want to keep to your schedule to prevent overeating. Beyond a scenario like one of these, just try to hit your target for the day and don't worry about it.
Only at an extreme level where you're milking every last gram of muscle you can put on your body.
The applicable answer is no. It will not matter at all assuming the same calories/macros at the end of the day.
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