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Old 09-20-2012, 09:59 AM   #10
dabears
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Ill wait to see the diet to determine if I think you are ready to wreak some havoc on your body with nutrition... you can lose fat and gain muscle (both at a slow, sustained rate) over a years time with careful nutrient timing. But for the majority, excess calories = muscle gain (if lifting weights) + fat gain, deficit calories = fat loss with minimal to no muscle loss (if lifting weights). Your macros and training determine how much you gain/lose of each.
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