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Old 07-05-2012, 07:17 PM   #18951
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if i were to really break it down to the tiniest detail, I'd say its a 1-2-3 fat protein carb ratio.
Clearly unaware on that bulk time, carbs need to be your highest macro for dat dere mass gain breh unless you got that sweet sugar Prop in ur veins nomsayin
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Clearly unaware on that bulk time, carbs need to be your highest macro for dat dere mass gain breh unless you got that sweet sugar Prop in ur veins nomsayin
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Sorry Mr.Pupp I will attempt to refrain myself from using such tongue. Good day sir.
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It's funny when used sparingly.. the zyzz and bert memes are awesome... but structuring entire phrases out of it is just.... kinda poserish....
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It's funny when used sparingly.. the zyzz and bert memes are awesome... but structuring entire phrases out of it is just.... kinda poserish....
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not sure why the strawman, but ok. Caloric intake calculation is a good way of keeping track of how much you eat (not downplaying it at all), and I definetly will figure it out at some point, but eating to the point where you feel more than full spread over 5-6 meals is a pretty good indication that you're "eating enough". It wouldn't be hard to feel the difference between eating 2 lb of cabbage and 2 lb of peanut butter (not sure why I would do that though, 5300 calories of peanut butter ). Caloric intake calculation, though a good guideline to follow, is still a "guesstimation" itself, so as someone with relatively low weight, i'd have to really eat till I'm full, if my caloric intake doesn't already tell me that

What I was really trying to get at was, that after several months of bulking, I seem to be staying at the same weight consistently, and keep in mind this is after a 25 lb jump...

Just out of the blue, but something I've been wondering for awhile, but does an increase in feces output from bulking mean that your body isn't absorbing the nutrients you are feeding it and is expelling more unused weight? Or does poop have no correlation at all to bodyweight?
Your maintenance input increases along with your weight, so what you use to eat to make you gain weight has now increased. That's why its always easy to gain those first 10 pounds, but after that you really have to push your diet. I know you're eating till your "full", but guys like halo eat beyond that.
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It's not IF its the exercise. OH press is a huge mental game for me ... if you set up right, keep your body tight, squeeze your ass and give it your all you can mill press a lot easily, if you're relaxed and not really thinking about it you can probably barely do your 5RM for 2 or 3 crappy reps
I agree pretty much 100%.

I went to the gym on Sunday with my mind well rested from a good night of sleep, my focus was spot on, and basically looked at the bar and told myself "You're going to lift this" with supreme confidence. Unracked it, only wanted to do 1, ended up doing 2 @ 145lbs. I think it was cause I was so full of satisfaction after the first rep, that made the 2nd rep easier than the 1st.

I have this little tendency to grip the bar with both my hands, shake the bar like i'm sizing it up, tense up my back and arms, then unrack it and aim for the air. Seems to work.

2 weeks ago, 135lbs was hard. Today I did 3 reps no problem.

The threat of a heavy barbell coming down on my head is a good motivator too.
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I agree pretty much 100%.

I went to the gym on Sunday with my mind well rested from a good night of sleep, my focus was spot on, and basically looked at the bar and told myself "You're going to lift this" with supreme confidence. Unracked it, only wanted to do 1, ended up doing 2 @ 145lbs. I think it was cause I was so full of satisfaction after the first rep, that made the 2nd rep easier than the 1st.

I have this little tendency to grip the bar with both my hands, shake the bar like i'm sizing it up, tense up my back and arms, then unrack it and aim for the air. Seems to work.

2 weeks ago, 135lbs was hard. Today I did 3 reps no problem.
Yup exactly. That's why focus supplements work as well (or better than) stimulants. The mind muscle connection is just as powerful a workout tool as your muscles themselves, and really in the end, that is what it all comes down to. The ability for your brain to make the muscles do the work. That's why rest is so important too. Often it's not your body that is fatigued, but your brain.
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Yup exactly. That's why focus supplements work as well (or better than) stimulants. The mind muscle connection is just as powerful a workout tool as your muscles themselves, and really in the end, that is what it all comes down to. The ability for your brain to make the muscles do the work. That's why rest is so important too. Often it's not your body that is fatigued, but your brain.
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Now that I'm going through isoflex protein quite fast, what's the difference between an expensive name brand, and let's say, a cheaper no name brand from walmart?
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The quality of the whey protein? Possible unwanted additives?
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Now that I'm going through isoflex protein quite fast, what's the difference between an expensive name brand, and let's say, a cheaper no name brand from walmart?
Those ones flat out lie sometimes
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Now that I'm going through isoflex protein quite fast, what's the difference between an expensive name brand, and let's say, a cheaper no name brand from walmart?
if we did the pepsi challenge with whey no one could tell the diff, after all the millions of protein shakes i have had i honestly have never stuck with one brand, i am some where in the middle, cheap and medium quality. I have not gone threw a thing of optimum and been like wow i feel like a animal and the protein really helped me.

i only take whey when i cant eat and are to lazy to eat. Does whey get you bigger NO ! will it make you stronger NO ! will it make you look like me no
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right now im starting to bulk @153lbs, i used the my plate link RRxtar linked and got these final results for what i ate today, anything i should work on to improve my diet?

Cals
3721

Fat
128 g

Cholesterol
1964 mg

Sodium
3641 mg

Carbs
371 g

Fiber
16 g

Protein
263 g

Sugars
195 g

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if we did the pepsi challenge with whey no one could tell the diff, after all the millions of protein shakes i have had i honestly have never stuck with one brand, i am some where in the middle, cheap and medium quality. I have not gone threw a thing of optimum and been like wow i feel like a animal and the protein really helped me.

i only take whey when i cant eat and are to lazy to eat. Does whey get you bigger NO ! will it make you stronger NO ! will it make you look like me no
i use soy protein right now got it real cheap, as long as the nutrition facts doesnt lie, protein is protein and i take it to help meet my protein needs for the day
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lol@ the fails for the last post... please enlighten me as to why
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