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Old 04-25-2013, 02:51 PM   #61
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I always thought this thread should just be called "Leangains" lol
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Old 04-25-2013, 02:59 PM   #62
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I always thought this thread should just be called "Leangains" lol
haha I'm trying to keep it more open, but yeah its honestly just mostly leangains stuff. In a way, leangains is just calorie cycling + intermittent fasting + reverse pyramid training + macro cycling anyways.

I didn't want to force my paleo beliefs down peoples throats
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Old 04-25-2013, 03:05 PM   #63
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Lol. I discovered leangains through a paleo forum
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Old 04-25-2013, 03:07 PM   #64
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spaghetti squash & meat sauce tonight
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spaghetti squash & meat sauce tonight
primal as fuuck lol. Sh1t is so good. My female vegetarian roommate feeds me that stuff sometimes. It blows my mind.
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Solly how u pay her back?
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Solly how u pay her back?
I let her rent a room in a 2000 sqft house with a huge yard, gym, updated kitchen, and only charge her $320 a month.
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Old 04-25-2013, 04:51 PM   #68
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Old 04-25-2013, 04:52 PM   #69
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interested to know, is she fit? or the typical "carbatarian" and unhealthy
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dabears, any input on bulletproof coffee? its popular on some paleo forums but im skeptical about it as a breakfast alternative
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dabears, any input on bulletproof coffee? its popular on some paleo forums but im skeptical about it as a breakfast alternative
i googled it since i hadn't heard about it... I'm of the opinion it is just well marketed coffee. ie starbucks v2. It is most likely just a high quality, good tasting coffee that is marked up lots... there is no additional weight loss benefit / health benefit etc... just higher quality beans (well they claim anyways). My 2c
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interested to know, is she fit? or the typical "carbatarian" and unhealthy
she's a skinny fat vegetarian
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Re: dabears advanced nutrition & exercise guide : cutting/bulking/re-composition

I was actually referring to the general recipe, which goes something like this:
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- 1 Tbsp grass-fed butter
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Sounds like an awful lot of saturated fat

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I was actually referring to the general recipe, which goes something like this:
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Sounds like an awful lot of saturated fat

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oh, I also checked that out. There is nothing wrong with saturated fat my friend, just the source Butter, coconut oil etc have tons of healthy properties. I would actually be interested to try this, I drink my coffee black but I've never had butter in my coffee :O I would do one or the other though... 2 tbsp in a cup of coffee is quite a bit. Or maybe a teaspoon of each!

I'd rather someone put grass fed butter or coconut oil in their coffee than typical cream + sugar.
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It's to the point now that I'm in the gym less than 2 hours a week. About three 40-minute workouts.

For two weeks I was going every other day, but now I'm back to two consec rest days.

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I've been searching for a new workout routine so I think I'm going to be starting this most likely next week. I'll also be running 1.5 miles on average after 2 of the 3 workouts. I'm assuming I'll have to add to my calorie intake because of this.

Maybe you have some insight on this though... For some reason I tend to be in the gym for over an hour because it's difficult for me to work my muscles until I feel really sore. I love the feeling of sore muscles and it will keep me in the gym much longer aiming to get to that point. If I don't feel very sore after your provided workouts should I still go home feeling confident or should I add exercises/sets/reps?

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I've been searching for a new workout routine so I think I'm going to be starting this most likely next week. I'll also be running 1.5 miles on average after 2 of the 3 workouts. I'm assuming I'll have to add to my calorie intake because of this.

Maybe you have some insight on this though... For some reason I tend to be in the gym for over an hour because it's difficult for me to work my muscles until I feel really sore. I love the feeling of sore muscles and it will keep me in the gym much longer aiming to get to that point. If I don't feel very sore after your provided workouts should I still go home feeling confident or should I add exercises/sets/reps?

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whats your current routine like?
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whats your current routine like?
Well shiiii mayne... it's like... I do a lot of core stuff and light weight high rep dumbbell shoulder presses. I wanna like Tyler Durden...

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