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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Its 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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  1. #1
    Wannabebig New Member
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    May 2007

    Slow Bulking Diet Please Comment

    Goal = Losing fat + slow bulking
    Current = 180 lb 9% bf age 22
    Carbs kinda high but will burn out since I work construction as an electrician.
    Calories 10% below maintenance
    Lots of good fats
    Over 25 g of dietary fiber
    Protein intake =10% of all calories or close to 1.5 g per lbm.
    Work out: 45 mins of HIIT then 1h of lifting.
    Im very lazy when it comes to making food so I prefer something that takes less than 1 min to make.
    Please tell me your opinions and what would you change/add to this diet.

    Breakfast 6:30 Calories Fat Carb Protein
    Milk 2% (1 cup) 121 5 12 8
    Kashi GoLean (1cup) 140 1 30 13

    Snack 9:30-10:00
    Big 100 Collosal 420 14 43 32

    Lunch 12:00-1:00
    Whole wheat bread 180 3 34 8
    Tuna Salad 296 11 20 29

    4:00 5:00 (prewo)
    Peanut butter 2tbsp 200 17 6 7
    Whybolic Extreme 210 2 13 40
    Flax Oil 2tbsp 80 9 0 0
    Olive oil 2 tbsp 240 24 0 0

    Chicken breast (4oz) 120 2 0 24
    Cottage cheese w/fruit 480 4 64 48

    11:00-11:30 pm (post work out)
    Whybolic Extreme 210 2 13 40

    Calories 2516 Fat 94 Carbs. 235 Protein 249

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  3. #2
    Senior Member Mr. D's Avatar
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    Mar 2006
    So your goal is to lose fat and gain LBM?
    And you are 9% bf?

    I suggest Ultimate Diet 2.0 to you then. Buy the book on

    As for your diet, it looks good for a slow fat loss, I dont know if/how much LBM you will gain.

    Btw, some of your calculations are off. Not that it matters, but protein is 40%of your total calories, not 10%.

    As far as your workouts go, I would definitely separate lifting and HIIT. If you do want to do them on the same day, then lift first then HIIT, maybe on leg day. Otherwise I would do HIIT on off day, and SS cardio (fast incline walking) for like 20 minutes on lifting day after lifting.

    But again look into UD2.0.

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