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  • Originally posted by Supernothing View Post
    Layne, couple quick questions:

    1) only difference nutritionally b/w off days and workout days for me are 200 g Carbs lower and 20 grams Fat higher on Off Days; @ 100 over maintenance on Off days and almost @ 800 above maintenance on workout days to get a 500 cal surplus over the course of a week; does this sound good or is too large/unnecessary of a gap? (my workouts are ~ 1 h 20 min)

    2) What do you think of Doggcrapp training (not just the principles but following it as its outlined)? I tried but did not find any comments on this board or other boards by you on DC..

    Thanx
    1) i think that gap is too large
    2) I like the rest-pause principle & i like the heavy stretching & training. However, what I don't like is they really only take advantage of overload purely through trying to add more weight and do not modulate other factors like frequency, volume, etc.

    -Layne
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    • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
      the first article was written when i was 19 & stupid, the other was written some time later, and it what i would recommend
      Wow, when you were 19 and stupid, you were smarter than me at 32. lol.

      Thanks for the clarification. There's too much contradictory information on cardio out there.
      Dustin
      "The highest reward for a person's toil is not what they get for it, but what they become by it."
      John Ruskin

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      • no problem, I understand
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        • layne do u preffer wms or vitargo?
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          • Layne could you talk a a little about the ass whooping in sushi eating you recieved by me?

            Thanks I really appreciate it...
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            • Layne,

              Could you give me some advice on how to split my carbs up?

              I figure I am more of an endomorph because of the love handles and spare tire I have stored up over the years despite somewhat regular exercise (I'm in the military). I think I am around 20% BF. I want to diet to get down to around 10-12% (I hear this is the best range for building muscle). According to the calculator in your article, at 189lbs, I should eat 85-93g Carbs per day split approx. like:
              breakfast: 13-14g
              Preworkout: 31-32g
              during the workout: 18g
              postworkout: 22-23g
              with 4-5g spread throughout the day for various veggies.
              Because of I have to escort my wife to dialysis treatments 3 times a week in the evenings after work, I lift in the morning.

              My schedule looks like this:
              0315 wake-up
              0330 eat
              0415-0600 workout
              0630-1500 work
              (1545-2100 dialysis treatments for my wife - tues, thurs, sat)

              what is the best way to split the carbs? Particularly how would you recommend using the morning (breakfast, pre-, during, and post-workout)?

              Is there a good place to find out which veggies to eat (i.e. GI information, or a list of good ones for bb'ers)?

              Thanks.
              Dustin
              Dustin
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              • Originally posted by gainmusclefast View Post
                layne do u preffer wms or vitargo?
                wms
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                • Originally posted by bulldog21 View Post
                  Layne could you talk a a little about the ass whooping in sushi eating you recieved by me?

                  Thanks I really appreciate it...
                  PFFFF... I think pound per pound I killed ya... then again if we went by pound per pound... to beat me you'd probably need them to bring the sushi to the table with a dump truck
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                  • Originally posted by EMN1/SS View Post
                    Layne,

                    Could you give me some advice on how to split my carbs up?

                    I figure I am more of an endomorph because of the love handles and spare tire I have stored up over the years despite somewhat regular exercise (I'm in the military). I think I am around 20% BF. I want to diet to get down to around 10-12% (I hear this is the best range for building muscle). According to the calculator in your article, at 189lbs, I should eat 85-93g Carbs per day split approx. like:
                    breakfast: 13-14g
                    Preworkout: 31-32g
                    during the workout: 18g
                    postworkout: 22-23g
                    with 4-5g spread throughout the day for various veggies.
                    Because of I have to escort my wife to dialysis treatments 3 times a week in the evenings after work, I lift in the morning.

                    My schedule looks like this:
                    0315 wake-up
                    0330 eat
                    0415-0600 workout
                    0630-1500 work
                    (1545-2100 dialysis treatments for my wife - tues, thurs, sat)

                    what is the best way to split the carbs? Particularly how would you recommend using the morning (breakfast, pre-, during, and post-workout)?

                    Is there a good place to find out which veggies to eat (i.e. GI information, or a list of good ones for bb'ers)?

                    Thanks.
                    Dustin
                    I would have 30-35g carbs at breakfast/preworkout then 30-35g post workout, and then I would put the rest of them throughout the rest of the day.

                    sorry to hear about the dialysis for your wife. Do you mind if I ask how that came about?

                    -layne
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                    • hey layne ive been eating my carbs at just breakfast / pre-workout / post-workout, 1.5cups of oatmeal each time, do you think i would get better results if i just did same amount just stretched out over all my meals?

                      im trying to lean bulk btw
                      "Leg Day Is Business"
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                      • well i think all your meals should probably have some carbs, but I think you definately should have more at pre/post workout
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                        • Layne - was checking out your website the other day and noticed your pictures under "photo shoots" Looking damn good man! Are those pics recent after your cut prepping for your video?

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                          • no, most were from about a year ago during my contest season, thanks for the props though!
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                            • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                              i think the fact you haven't gained weight is a good thing, it shows that your metabolism has really cranked up due to the cyclic bulk/cut you did and your insulin sensitivity is very high. I would add 5g protein, 15g carbs, and 3g fat and i would do that every week until you start gaining weight.

                              -Layne
                              Thanks for the advice Layne, you are a class act.
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                              • no problem bro
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