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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Thread: WBB 1 is great!

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    Senior Member BFGUITAR's Avatar
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    WBB 1 is great!

    Wel its been about 2 weeks into this routine and I can say that I really enjoy doing this workout. Between last week and this week ive added considerable weight to my sets. I have a feeling that in the next few monthes ill see some great gains.

    My real question is, when will I start to see size gains? Should there be a noticable difference ithin say 2 monthes? Or possibly 4?

    Thanks guys
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    When you start you see weight gains will depend on how much you are eating vs. how much you are burning.
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    I noticed considerable gains after 5 weeks on WBB#1. Then again, I looked like I just came from Eithiopia before I started. Eat plenty and keep lifting and size will come.
    "The only easy day was yesterday."

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    Im eating alot. Im keeping my calories between 2500-3000 at least. This seems to allow me to gain weight.

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    I've been lifting for a while now, and honestly so long as I stick to religiously going to the gym as I usually do and eat properly, I notice gains/results as the week goes by, I'd say every 3-4 days I feel different and look a little different. I don't think I'm alone on that...
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    Also, it's always hard to put a time on when you see gains because it's different for every person and depends on your lifestyle etc. drinking, eating, sleeping, amount of walking you do, your metabolism, and many other things I can't think of at the moment. The best way to go about lifting is to make it part of your lifestyle and let the gains come to you, rather than worrying so much(and im not saying you are, I just don't know how to phrase this the way I want to) about when you're going to notice gains.
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    O im not worrying
    Just curious

    My eating habits are pretty good id like to think. I drink alot of water as well.
    Because really, muscle is mostly made up of water. So remember, when you go to the bathroom your pissing out muscle

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