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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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    What part of the Beef has the lowest fat?.. i thouht it was Trimmed sirloin.... any ideas?

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    I think you will find what you are looking for here:
    http://www.beefnutrition.org/facts/

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    THANKS!!

    Something With Round.. alrite!~!

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    Link is broken.
    "I will contend that, given sufficent protein and EFA's, you can get ripped on table sugar." --Lyle Mcdonald

    "Not every user is the huge acne infested freak at your local gym," he said. "You'd be surprised at who your average steroid user is. He's that guy next door who has a wife, a few kids, and is taking medication to take his body beyond his genetic limitations. I'm ashamed to live in a society where men and women can have fat sucked out of their ass and injected into their lips, but when they inject a medicine that is perfectly legal in many countries, they're just considered villains." --Jeff Wilmoth

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    Originally posted by Ace
    Link is broken.
    It is an old thread

    Here is a list of the seven leanest cuts
    http://www.wa.beeftips.com/skinny-seven.html

    You can look up the nutritional info at the site below
    http://www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/foodcom...SR15/sr15.html

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    You can always cut off the fat.

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    That wouldn't make it have zero fat though.

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    I never said zero did I? It would reduce the fat though.

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    Who likes to chew on the fat anyway? I don't know anyone who doesn't cut off the noticeable fat around the edges.

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    You can always ask the butcher to cut off the fat.
    You kill me in a dream, you better wake up and apologize....

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    The fat is where the flava is at though.
    Train.

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    it also depends on how you plan on cooking it. if you grill it, more fat will obviously come off as apposed to pan-frying it.
    "Eat until it hurts dammit! Then eat more. Youll get used to it. I think its like sex for a chick. Sure it hurts the first time, but after a couple rides it just goes in like a glove." -clvmike19

    "... chicks are like smarties. They're different colors but each share the same deliciousness. Its just a matter of deciding if you'll save the red ones for last or eat a bunch of different ones in the same handful." -wibble

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    Will putting it in an oven remove some of the fat? Becuase when I do, I notice the grease on the pan, and I just drain it in the sink.
    You kill me in a dream, you better wake up and apologize....

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    Originally posted by Ironman8
    Will putting it in an oven remove some of the fat? Becuase when I do, I notice the grease on the pan, and I just drain it in the sink.
    Yes, because more fat on the pan means less is in whatever you are cooking. This is the whole point behind Foreman grills.

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    Originally posted by Ironman8
    and I just drain it in the sink.
    You shouln't put grease down the drain, it clogs the pipes. Really bad for septics, bad for city sewer too.

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    Originally posted by Berserker

    You shouln't put grease down the drain, it clogs the pipes. Really bad for septics, bad for city sewer too.
    i agree. drain it in a paper bowl or somthing, let it set and get "stiff" then i usually just put it in a plastic bag and throw it in the garbage outside.

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    O.k, thanks for the info guys. No wonder my sink was plugged up lately
    You kill me in a dream, you better wake up and apologize....

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