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Old 01-29-2007, 06:37 PM
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Thanks Anuj...that means alot bro (even if you are joking )
no joke. i meant. i just put a grin.....if u knew me ud know that if i smile my face looks artificial...so i grin and it looks really "sweet" (not my words....)
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Based on the last pics i saw of you kane...your definately not 18%!!!


Please Trey, step away from the magazine's. It's only for your own good. What i hate most about the mags is all the BS adds, like jay cutler saying NAnox9 gives him the best pumps in his life. BS, i say, BS!!! Its the roids mf'er!
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Old 01-30-2007, 04:19 AM
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Based on the last pics i saw of you kane...your definately not 18%!!!
Fuck, I'm going to have to schedule another test. If this one comes out at 18%....
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Old 01-30-2007, 08:14 AM
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Muscle burning off fat doesn't make any sense.
Sure it does, bro. Just having muscle "burns" off more energy. This doesn't mean that anyone with a lot of muscle will be cut but the more muscle you have the more fat you burn on a daily basis. Remember that thing about muscle not growing in the gym and yet people focus solely on losing fat in the gym rather than how much fat is burned outside the gym? It's the same thing.

If your are going to look at the Rippletoe 3x5 and the 5x5 then do the 3x5 first. Don't go straight to an intermediate strength program without even trying a beginners. Always go for the fastest most efficient progression possible. That would be the 3x5 in this case.
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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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Sure it does, bro. Just having muscle "burns" off more energy. This doesn't mean that anyone with a lot of muscle will be cut but the more muscle you have the more fat you burn on a daily basis. Remember that thing about muscle not growing in the gym and yet people focus solely on losing fat in the gym rather than how much fat is burned outside the gym? It's the same thing.
Makes sense now. I must've read that the wrong way. I was probably thinking along the same lines as "turning fat into muscle". I was wrong, my apologies.
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Since when do you have to appologize for discussing something?

In that article I was mentioning he was speaking of HIIT really. The idea that the post exercise fat burning effect is much greater than what you could hope to burn off in one "session" on traditional steady state cardio. More muscle acts in much the same way. When you are sitting around doing nothing, or doing simple things, guess what the preffered fuel is. You guessed it, fat. More muscle means more fat burned.

Now I don't really believe in the whole bulking and cutting mentality as it applies to pros. However a lot of us tell people to concentrate on putting on mass at the get go because that base of muscle will make it easier to drop whatever fat has acculmulated. Maybe not the answer for everyone but there is some sense in it.
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