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  • Originally posted by waugie14 View Post
    Sup Layne, comming close to being done with my cut, couple things about the bulk/cut.
    -Do you have anything written on it or from other forums.
    -When you start increasing the carbs, how much?
    -Is it possible to loose bf while bulk/cutting?

    Thanks Layne, glad this thread is still going.
    waht i could find

    http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/layne2.htm
    http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/layne3.htm

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    • thanks man

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      • Hey Layne, I was looking over your articles from bodybuilding.com and when I saw your stats it said Waist: 35". That can't be right, can it. I mean definitely not when you're in contest shape at least.

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        • that was an offseason stat
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          • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
            that was an offseason stat
            what size is your waist onstage?

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            • Leg Training & Cardio

              Layne, What are your thoughts on how to arrange cardio and leg training? Will cardio be a detriment to growth and recovery in the days following a leg workout? I sometimes feel a light cardio session the day after a hard leg day flushes the muscles and helps alleviate soreness, but I do not want to hinder the recovery process. Thanks for the great info you provide, we all appreciate the time you take responding on this board.
              " Sweat the details, it ALL matters"

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              • Layne:

                Can red meats cause insulin release? i.e. is this protein one known to stimulate the release of insulin like say whey protein does?
                "You told Harpo to beat me" - Color Purple

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                • Originally posted by rockhard View Post
                  Layne, What are your thoughts on how to arrange cardio and leg training? Will cardio be a detriment to growth and recovery in the days following a leg workout? I sometimes feel a light cardio session the day after a hard leg day flushes the muscles and helps alleviate soreness, but I do not want to hinder the recovery process. Thanks for the great info you provide, we all appreciate the time you take responding on this board.
                  Ever since I switched my cardio sessions to the day after my leg sessions (2x per week), I've noticed a pronounced difference in soreness (much less sore). Even with H.I.I.T.

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                  • Originally posted by flexingtonsteele View Post
                    what size is your waist onstage?
                    31-31.5

                    any amino acids will cause some insulin release. It's not a bad thing. It's not like you release a little insulin and all the sudden all fat burning shuts down... it just doesn't work like that
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                    • Originally posted by thagman View Post
                      Ever since I switched my cardio sessions to the day after my leg sessions (2x per week), I've noticed a pronounced difference in soreness (much less sore). Even with H.I.I.T.
                      repeated bout effect

                      it's great
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                      • Layne, I was wondering if you (or someone on here ) could link me to some of your writing(s) on your views concerning the final week before a show.
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                        • 2 questions

                          layne had too quick questions ,

                          taking green tea extract , how many mg would you recomend , 2 pills contain 630mg of green tea extract. using it for overall health.


                          2nd question , i know you count everything you eat , do you have a nutrition notebook and keep track of everything you eat , or do you basically keep adding how much you ate in the day in your head to get a brief overall idea? just curious how you keep track.this is reguarding mostly offseason eating
                          Last edited by fast-twitch; September 5, 2007, 04:27 AM.

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                          • Originally posted by Neely View Post
                            Layne, I was wondering if you (or someone on here ) could link me to some of your writing(s) on your views concerning the final week before a show.
                            Layne's article has the BEST contest prep advice.
                            Details regarding the final week are at the end of the article.
                            http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/layne36.htm

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                            • Originally posted by fast-twitch View Post
                              layne had too quick questions ,

                              taking green tea extract , how many mg would you recomend , 2 pills contain 630mg of green tea extract. using it for overall health.


                              2nd question , i know you count everything you eat , do you have a nutrition notebook and keep track of everything you eat , or do you basically keep adding how much you ate in the day in your head to get a brief overall idea? just curious how you keep track.this is reguarding mostly offseason eating
                              i used to have a book; now i can do it in my head as for the green tea... what is the concentration of EGCG in it? does it say?
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                              • Originally posted by dpd555 View Post
                                Layne's article has the BEST contest prep advice.
                                Details regarding the final week are at the end of the article.
                                http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/layne36.htm
                                thanks dom, I wrote that article 4 years ago; but most of the stuff i still very much believe in, though some views have somewhat changed.
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