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Old 09-04-2007, 03:26 PM   #1
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I was just wondering if any of you guys have or are currently using the shawn lebrun "Get Huge and Shredded" routine. His nuttrion plan says 50% protein, 40% carbs, and 10% fat. I noticed most other Muslce mass, or bulk up meal plans have different ratio's.
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Old 09-04-2007, 07:08 PM   #2
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Can you post the routine? I searched for it online and found a mile-long spiel by LeBrun about how you can "PACK ON 20 POUNDS OF MUSCLE IN THE NEXT 15 MINUTES BY SENDING ME 300 DOLLARS CASH" or something like that. I didn't read it in depth. ;-)

His ratio sounds a little off though. I've always tried to go 40/30/30 or thereabouts - protein, carbs, fat respectively. I definitely don't think 10% fat is enough; you NEED certain fats in order to LOSE fat.

Most of the people on here are on things like Rippetoe's SS, Bill Starr's 5x5, HST, or things like that; I haven't even heard of this dude before. Can you post the routine?
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^^ I'll second ... again.
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I can't post it. It cost me $40 dollars to download it.
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you just wasted 40 bucks.
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His routine is much like others, so it itself should be fine.
Just need help with what to eat so that my weight training puts on muscle, about 1 lb per week.
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Can you post the routine? I searched for it online and found a mile-long spiel by LeBrun about how you can "PACK ON 20 POUNDS OF MUSCLE IN THE NEXT 15 MINUTES BY SENDING ME 300 DOLLARS CASH" or something like that. I didn't read it in depth. ;-)
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His routine is much like others, so it itself should be fine.
Just need help with what to eat so that my weight training puts on muscle, about 1 lb per week.
I don't like using the ratio methods. Although some find it much easier.

To gain a pound a week, you need to eat 3500 cals over your maintenance (or more) per week, or 500 cals a day over your maint. Maintenance typically ranges from 14-16xBW.

Get a minimum of 1-1.5g/pound BW protein.

Get a minimum of 0.25g/pound BW fats (I like to take it up to 0.5g/pound)

Add up those cals. Subtract from daily allotment. Fill in with carbs.
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You should never pay money for a program or program/diet plan that wasn't written exclusively for YOU. Period. It's too bad that you did but don't do it again! Some of those things have so-called personal training but that's usually a forum thing where you are able to join once you've paid. BS.

Hope the program works out well for you though.

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If you act sanctimonious I will just list out your logical fallacies until you get pissed off and spew blasphemous remarks.
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thanks, i hope so as well.
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