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Old 01-21-2009, 12:34 AM   #1
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Is it just me or is the eating more work for anyone else than the actual lifting? It's kinda hilarious, I used to have a hard time NOT eating too much, now I'm finding it difficult to take in enough.

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Eating is definitely the hard part. And for me, I've probably only gone through 4 or 5 REM sleep cycles this week. So getting enough time for recovery/growth can be hard too.

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Old 01-21-2009, 08:25 AM   #3
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yea i no wot your saying all im constantly thinking about is food i eat one meal and im thinking about the next straight after

I used to eat just 3 meals per day but never realised i was severley under eating lol and its so expensive aswell
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yea trying to eat like 6-8 meals a day is pretty tuff. I love to eat but its difficult to find the time to sit down and eat something that is half way descent for you and doesnt taste like a$$. but i guess it could always be worse...here we are complaining about how hard it is to get in a bunch of meals a day when some people cant even get one.

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What helped for me was getting up earlier, if i get up at 11, i find it hard to get 6 meals in. However if i get up at 7, i find it easy...

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