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... If your goal is to build a lean muscular physique then protein is very important. I weigh around 190 pounds and I consume as close to 350 grams of protein a day as I can get. The more intensely you train, the more demand you create. If you aren't training intensely it is not as big of a deal. ... (26 replies)
... There seem to be conflicting views on how often you should consume protein. ... (7 replies)
... dairy. i cant believe the change. ... (4 replies)

... That's an extremely subjective question. It depends on a lot of criteria. First of all how fast does your body's metabolism work? ... (1 replies)
... body fat and want to tone up. I have now begun incorporating resistance training to build muscle in order to boost my metabolism. I'm looking for advice on the best way to build muscle. How often should I do resistance training? ... (3 replies)
... How much less than 100 grams? ... (2 replies)
Desire to "cut-up"
Apr 11, 2007
... assuming your weight remains fairly constant. Work out the calories you consume and average over, say, 3 days. Call this your "maintenance level", i.e. the level you need to consume to maintain your current weight. ... (9 replies)
... grams of protein in one sitting? ... (17 replies)
... You need to have adequate calories in order to lose weight. When a plateau is reached in weight loss, the diet is the first thing that needs to be looked at and adjusted. You may be eating too much or not enough. ... (5 replies)
... ran into an old friend from highschool. I was glad to talk to him, especially after not seeing him for 2 years, but something didn't seem right. I was talking to the same laid back guy that I knew in highschool, yet I was looking at someone different. Someone who defined the true meaning of "now the tables have turned. ... (12 replies)
... for about a week. Many people are amazed that the amount of food they eat is so much more than what they THINK they eat. ... (6 replies)
Bump on a chair
May 8, 2012
... loss is in part effected by calories but it is more important which kind of calories you are eating as well as how much insulin your body produces and if you are predisposed to weight gain or loss. ... (3 replies)
... The additional cardio is indeed burning more calories, but toward the goal of fat loss, the deficit needs to be fairly significant if you want to see results fairly quickly. ... (3 replies)
... walks will help burn calories but building muscle will go farther as muscle burns fat. More muscle will equal more calories burned. Arobic exercise will turn up the fat burning too, but my personal experience is that I as a muscular male saw more benefit from weight training than running 3 miles every other day. ... (3 replies)
... oops! sorry, i posted something about my diet on the "diet and nutrition" board, but i forgot that posting it here would help also. In general i eat very healthy. ... (5 replies)
Jul 11, 2005
... Normal healthy bodyweight is in the range of 18.5 to 24.9, so of course you are fine. ... (1 replies)
... t lunch a couple hours before I work out. My meals usually come in three hour intervals, so I plan my workout an our before a meal. That way, whatever I ate in the meal before has had two hours to digest and I can eat immediately after working out. ... (6 replies)
... when you work out a body part once a week, do you perform pyramid workouts ? ... (6 replies)
... above baseline for a few hours or for the rest of the day. Depends how hard you work. Eating a mixture of carbs and protein after a workout can also help keep your metabolism elevated, aid in protein synthesis, and replenish glycogen stores. ... (1 replies)
... veggies. Be sure to eat breakfast, it's the most important meal of the day. ... (24 replies)

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