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  • Originally posted by Onebignatty View Post
    Hi Layne
    Wanted to tell you that you have the best thread. I also study nutrition and plan on furthering my education on the matter after I become a registered dietician. I am 27 and have another year to go (started late). You keep me motivated when I get overwhelmed with my clients, work, training, and class. So thanks and keep up the amazing work.
    no problem bro, i'm glad you like the thread!
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    • Originally posted by GirlyMuscle View Post
      Layne, I'm reading this article...http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/layn...lculator...and I'm wondering if a woman can use those same calculations/values or would I need something different? Do you work with women? In your opinion, do you need to alter your plans to accomodate women? Thanks a bunch. By the way, I love the video series on bbing.com. Good job!
      I've had quite a few women tell me that they used that article with great success so I think it will work, but it should only be used as a guideline for pro/carb/fat intake and you'll have to adjust it according to the rate at which you lose bodyfat.

      -Layne
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      • Originally posted by Rzilla View Post
        Hey Layne,

        I know you take three scoops of xtend post workout, I was wondering if 1scoop of primal eaa and 1 scoop xtend would also be suffecient?
        probably would work
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        • hey layne i just did my first show last sat and wanted to thank you. i followed your diet and it helped me a real lot and i really apreciate your kindness to help out others in need. i started 18 weeks ago at 192 and did the morning show at 162 and the nigt at 155. thanks for your help and if your every in the new york area and need anything i mean anything. just let me know.thanks danny patrick
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          • Originally posted by muscleman12345 View Post
            hey layne how much do u drop calories on cardio only days when bulking?

            like if i lift 5 days a week and do cardio on 2 days, how much lower should calories/carbs be? thanks!

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            • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
              no problem paul, glad it helped you.

              I think that if you were training lower volume and had poor insulin sensitivity trying to gain muscle I would probably not go over 250-300g carbs & fill in extra calories with fat.

              as far as eggs go, I don't think the stress that the chicken's are under would affect the quality of egg protein

              Thanks mate.

              For the eggs, besides the stress, I was also thinking in terms of what/how much of the crap chickens are fed, is passed through the egg. And even worse if the egg would be to some extent used in kind of a purging/ excreting purpose.
              But seeing you don't seem to be concerned with the resulting protein quality, I'll keep sparing some money by staying with the cheaper ones.

              In fact, my intuition was telling me the same thing.
              What I usually do is when I only eat/keep the whites I go with the cheaper ones. When I want the yolk too, which is in much lower quantities, I go with at least biological eggs and best with omega 3 eggs (caviar prices might soon be dethroned...), since the focus by doing this is getting quality fats.

              On my way to a nice (and cost effective) omelet.
              Bon appetit.

              Paul.

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              • Originally posted by certifiedStrenght View Post
                hey layne i just did my first show last sat and wanted to thank you. i followed your diet and it helped me a real lot and i really apreciate your kindness to help out others in need. i started 18 weeks ago at 192 and did the morning show at 162 and the nigt at 155. thanks for your help and if your every in the new york area and need anything i mean anything. just let me know.thanks danny patrick
                Congrats man.. how did you do? Post some pics for us.
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                • Originally posted by certifiedStrenght View Post
                  hey layne i just did my first show last sat and wanted to thank you. i followed your diet and it helped me a real lot and i really apreciate your kindness to help out others in need. i started 18 weeks ago at 192 and did the morning show at 162 and the nigt at 155. thanks for your help and if your every in the new york area and need anything i mean anything. just let me know.thanks danny patrick
                  no problem danny, i'm glad it helped you out. did you have fun at your first show?
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                  • Originally posted by muscleman12345 View Post
                    like if i lift 5 days a week and do cardio on 2 days, how much lower should calories/carbs be? thanks!

                    what do you do for cardio?
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                    • Originally posted by Paul Dilate View Post
                      Thanks mate.

                      For the eggs, besides the stress, I was also thinking in terms of what/how much of the crap chickens are fed, is passed through the egg. And even worse if the egg would be to some extent used in kind of a purging/ excreting purpose.
                      But seeing you don't seem to be concerned with the resulting protein quality, I'll keep sparing some money by staying with the cheaper ones.

                      In fact, my intuition was telling me the same thing.
                      What I usually do is when I only eat/keep the whites I go with the cheaper ones. When I want the yolk too, which is in much lower quantities, I go with at least biological eggs and best with omega 3 eggs (caviar prices might soon be dethroned...), since the focus by doing this is getting quality fats.

                      On my way to a nice (and cost effective) omelet.
                      Bon appetit.

                      Paul.
                      i wouldn't worry about it bro
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                      • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                        what do you do for cardio?

                        30min LI walking at a incline

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                        • i would lower carbs by 10%
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                          • i take 250carbs on workout days, so u suggest knock off 25g carb?

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                            • yup
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                              • just finished watchin your vid series realy enjoyed it well done! any plans for more?
                                chubbsback

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