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    Anyone know where to get a hold of a few basic diet templates?

    Im trying to get more focused on dropping down a weight class and to be honest I never focused on this and dont really know where to start.
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    Bench: 525
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    Total: Raw with wraps: 2000. with out wraps: 1925

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    Talk with Shelby. I have been working with him for 11 weeks and am VERY impressed. Just added him on for abother 12 weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IRBS View Post
    Talk with Shelby. I have been working with him for 11 weeks and am VERY impressed. Just added him on for abother 12 weeks.
    He knows his stuff. I just finished up 12 weeks with him. If you can't afford hiring him, his e-book was cheap and pretty good.
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    Here is a simple resource that you can use as a starting point:

    http://www.strongbench.com/diet.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by IRBS View Post
    Talk with Shelby. I have been working with him for 11 weeks and am VERY impressed. Just added him on for abother 12 weeks.
    x3 for Shelby / carb cycling.

    I havnt hired him but i have a couple of the ebooks and have asked him a few q's via the q&a and implementing carb cycling has made a big difference to me and is no effort once you're in the flow of it.

    I will defo hire him once i have some money.

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    Anyone want to post where this Shelby's ebooks are??

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    Scott, I don't think you need to hire Shelby unless you want to do a very detailed and meticulous diet. When I am dieting, I just keep track of my protein during the day and make sure that I never consume more carbs than protein. That way you are forced into eating chicken/beef/shakes if you want that damn donut lol. Also, this typically puts most people pretty close to a 40/40/20 diet. If I want to get really lean, I have to slowly ease my way into a Keto diet, which generally leaves me feeling like crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cunniff81 View Post
    Anyone want to post where this Shelby's ebooks are??
    http://www.flexcart.com/members/elit...&m=PD&pid=2945


    I think there's another one or two, but that was the only one I could find at present. Then again, I didn't really look too hard. Check out www.elitefts.com or www.TroponinNutrition.com.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Mutaffis View Post
    Here is a simple resource that you can use as a starting point:

    http://www.strongbench.com/diet.htm

    Thanks this is what I was lookign for.


    Im going to look into that book to guys

    Thanks everyone!
    Best raw meet lifts
    Squat:765 with wraps. / 700 raw with out wraps
    Bench: 525
    Deadlift: 755
    Total: Raw with wraps: 2000. with out wraps: 1925

    Best lifts Equipped
    1050, 840, 715. Total: 2605

    Representing AtLarge Nutrition and EliteFTS

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