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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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    Girlz Luv 2 Ride With Me
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    "TIME to GAIN" Template: Nutrition, Routine, Journal

    All in one....i was bored, critique it plz....its an attachment. Download it for your personal use too.

    Includes the

    my custom Nutrition plan
    my Routine (WBB)
    and a kick-ass journal

    btw, its in Word Format
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    very nicely organized

    which Weight Gainer do you use?

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    Very well organized indeed,but:

    1.Meal 3 is ****.58grams of fat plus 65 grams of fat=perfect combo for fat gain.

    2.Your carbs are way too high!You didn't give us your stats,but hell,I don't think that you're 250 lbs.

    3.You didn't state how many calories you were consuming before starting this new plan.You can't jump from let's say 2,500 cals to 4,000+ in a day.You have to increase your calories by 300-500 every week.

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    Originally posted by Wizard
    Very well organized indeed,but:

    1.Meal 3 is ****.58grams of fat plus 65 grams of fat=perfect combo for fat gain.

    2.Your carbs are way too high!You didn't give us your stats,but hell,I don't think that you're 250 lbs.

    3.You didn't state how many calories you were consuming before starting this new plan.You can't jump from let's say 2,500 cals to 4,000+ in a day.You have to increase your calories by 300-500 every week.
    I plan to do just that, increase in increments....but anyways, im going to jump by 750 calories (its fine with me). I'm 5'11, 140 lbs. I dont mind the fat, most of it is very clean as well.

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    Nah.. if you're 140 @ 5'11",then eat,eat,eat,eat,eat,eat,eat....

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    Approx caloric intake is 4000. So if i ever miss one meal (say 500 calories) it aint a big deal

    As for the weight gainer, Myoplex.

    In the meantime, im slowly increasing my caloric intake.

    What im going to do is somethin crazy....

    **Starting Dec 18th I'm going to initiate this "TIME to GAIN" routine (~4000 calories, plus workin out).
    **And I'm going to take pictures every week.
    **I already have an Excel template that monitors my growth (BMI, Wrist, Forearm, Chest, etc etc.) gives a graphical display....and growth in pounds per week. Once im past my bulking phase (2 months-->predicted gain of 50 pounds).
    **Then after the 2 months (February 18th), I will post all my pictures, the Excel Template, my journal.....the entire track record.. Once im past the bulking phase, and mass component....then i'll focus on max strength/tone (im an ectomorph-->rare in my family, mostly endomorphs).

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    Senior Member Wizard's Avatar
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    (2 months-->predicted gain of 50 pounds).

    Even Ronie in his offseason would have a hard time gaining 50!! pounds...

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    Originally posted by Wizard
    (2 months-->predicted gain of 50 pounds).

    Even Ronie in his offseason would have a hard time gaining 50!! pounds...
    i know it aint easy, but during my test phase of this routine (a month ago....testing how my body would react to it)....i gained 12 pounds in 2 weeks (no creatine, just the food mentioned). so i got kinda excited about it, and next month im gonna give it a shot for 2 months.

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    Let me tell you:When you're a newbie (you have not been training up to a year),you can make some crazy gains,so you may achieve your goal,but even if you won't,some pounds less than you planed to gain won't mean that you failed.You just have to set realistic goals.
    Anyway,it's time to grow

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    sounds awesome! good luck!

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