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Old 03-12-2014, 09:26 AM   #21
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hahahaha as if this dude could ever do that
I don't even know what that is.
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Old 03-12-2014, 09:45 AM   #22
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I don't even know what that is.
I read the entire thing. It is basically the most advanced diet & exercise program I have ever seen, you starve yourself of carbs plus do extreme high volume burnout workouts to rid yourself of glycogen storage for ~4ish days, then the remaining days you just massively consume carbs. It is like an extreme version of carb backloading, and it destroys fat. But you need to be ridiculously disciplined, like getting 6 healthy meals a day is a cake walk compared to this.

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UD2.0 is a weekly carb-cycling diet. You spend roughly four days in a severe caloric deficit, flirting with if not actually bathing in ketosis, and burn fat and glycogen like nobody's business. After one last workout to fully deplete your glycogen stores and prepare your muscle tissue for an insulin rush, you carb up like a mother****er over the next 30 hours. After your carb-up, you lift heavy for a couple of days, then finish up a high-volume glycogen-depleting workout and start again.

The premise, briefly, is that you'll burn through a pound or more of fat in the four-day deficit, and when you carb up your liver and muscle tissue will be so thirsty for glycogen that you won't store any carbs as fat. The carb-up is intended to normalize your metabolism after a few days of frankly ridiculous dieting, and the subsequent lifting ought to rebuild any muscle you lost during that short diet. If you want more details, go buy Lyle's ebook, it's great. (And also a lot more comprehensive than anything I'm likely to write.)
If you have a minute, read the "week in the life" section of that website (Link Here. It explains the agony lol

After I read the book I went "no fking way". But I learned a lot about nutrition / exercise regardless.
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Old 03-12-2014, 10:03 AM   #23
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I read the entire thing. It is basically the most advanced diet & exercise program I have ever seen, you starve yourself of carbs plus do extreme high volume burnout workouts to rid yourself of glycogen storage for ~4ish days, then the remaining days you just massively consume carbs. It is like an extreme version of carb backloading, and it destroys fat. But you need to be ridiculously disciplined, like getting 6 healthy meals a day is a cake walk compared to this.

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If you have a minute, read the "week in the life" section of that website (Link Here. It explains the agony lol

After I read the book I went "no fking way". But I learned a lot about nutrition / exercise regardless.
It sounds awesome lol. When I say that I'm just thinking of eating pizza for 30 hours lol.
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Old 03-12-2014, 10:57 AM   #24
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I have never done UD 2.0, but applied its general principles in the past, like carb loading, depletion type of exercises, etc. Even the relaxed variations work wonders. Lyle calls these "flexible dieting".

That being said, if you think UD2.0 is crazy, read up on his SFS - stubborn fat solution - protocol. Designed for people who are under 10% bf already, the science and craziness involved is nothing short of amazing.
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