Discussion in 'The Impact of Hair Loss' started by Afro_Vacancy, Dec 14, 2017.
hardest part is building the body. once you have the muscle its easy to maintain
This applies to me, can you provide a link where they go into depth about this?
Hey i think theres a parallel with hair!
Btw, ive overbuilt my legs/ass, they grow too easily. how would you recommend downsizing? i'm just planning on cutting out leg day completely lol
Only wish I had your problem. Gobble Gobble if you know what I mean.
my guy you just google this PROTEIN SPARING MODIFIED FAST you find plenty, of legitimate clinic tool! not baloney fitness guy boolshit
maybe also you visit pirates bay or ebook resource for acquisition of big book fella wrote on subject;;; Lyle Mcdonald
I think when image is your career and your career makes you millions, you are much much more motivated to work out all the time. Plus, these people have professional trainers, cooks, etc..
McDonald is an overrated internet guru.
His writing is execrable, where he bloviates endlessly while trashing others including victims ad nauseam. He references articles that reference other articles that reference other articles rather than stating his actual point, and then critiques people for being too lazy to read his reference loops.
He's an apologist for sugar. His website has advocated fruit jams and chocolate fudge as great foods. Yes, chocolate fudge.
He also regularly discusses all sorts of spurious supplements (yohimbine, etc which are linked to liver failure) and anabolic steroids, including poorly researched selective receptor modulators.
Anecdotally, on bodybuilding forums at least, his fat burning programs are very highly rated.
I'm a simple IIFYM kind of guy.
People have been tracking macros for decades, this isn't some great discovery. IIFYM is an imperfect heuristic that is good enough to help some people.
mcdonald is this kind of how you say "internet guru" baloney guy this i agree
but book on modified fast is legit, good source of information for fellas who dont read medical literature. lyle mcdonald = NOT create PMSF, just talk about it in detail
compilation of information easy for layman, you understand?
OK, that's plausible, I can't vouch for that particular book.
Yes; my diet plan is so simple.
Cutting - eat 2,000 kcal
Maintain - eat 2,500 kcal
Bulk - eat 2,700 kcal
And all I do for protein is make sure I eat around 150g of protein per day.
Its the worlds most easy diet.
I work out 4 times a week and look better (bodywise) than most people on the streets.
Interesting thread on looks and body:
Mine is similar. I'm a macro guy, but calorie restriction (and tracking via MyFitnessPal) has been the only way I was able to break through weight loss plateaus. When I stick to 2100 cal/day, I lose 1.5-2 pounds per week religiously, even more in the warmer months (with no cardio, mind you). I try to get 160-180g of protein on my lifting days and at least 140 on off days. I try to not have more than ~160 g of carbs on any given day, and most of my carbs are consumed post-workout.
get 4 pics of guys without tattoos.