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Diet & Nutrition Tips on eating healthy and eating enough. What and how much you eat can make a huge difference in building muscle & improving performance.


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Default 04-17-2008, 12:17 PM

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Default 04-17-2008, 11:07 PM

well we shall see when i do my first weigh in on may 1st. i haven't weighed in since sometime near the end of march (deal with fiancee). im definately not planning on gaining any fat and im sure my diet will only promote lean mass. honestly, i was a little surprised by your response, Jordan. i wasnt thinking it would be that difficult. that being said, i wasnt expecting to gain 25 lbs. in a couple months but i thought a bit more than 5-8 lbs. my goal was to be 180 by may 1st. i weighed in at 173 lbs., like i said, sometime before the end of march so we'll say by may 1st i will have been some 5 weeks. ill post my gains for sure!
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Default 04-22-2008, 10:16 PM

I was just putting it into perspective, think of going into the grocery store and taking the london broil cuts (that are usually 8oz or so) and placing 10lbs all over your body approximately evenly, that would completely change your appearance. 10lbs of pure muscle is insane on a sub 210lb person. It gets easier as you weigh more because with so much more muscle area in the body already, the break down and recovery simply leads to more mass gained as a side bonus.

Again, 10lbs of pure muscle is a very good gain, something people usually see in a 12week cycle of AAS, but think they get more with the bloat/fat gain. Just my .02.
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