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  • Originally posted by irvston View Post
    Layne,

    what is your opinion of calorie cycling when bulking to stay lean?
    ie, high day, med, med,low,high then repeat.

    sam
    i'm not a big fan of huge fluctuations of carbs/calories from day to day. it doesn't give your metabolism enough time to adapt.

    -Layne
    BioLayne LLC
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    • Originally posted by gainmusclefast View Post
      what other info do you need?

      like i mean do u think ill get enough protein with 4oz 6 times instead of 5oz at 150lb
      are you dieting or bulking?
      how old are you?
      how many hours per day do you workout?
      what is your carb intake?


      it's just not that simple
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      • sorry i knew i was missing something..

        bulking
        21
        1hour-1 1/2hour
        1.5cup oatmeal at breakfast/pre-workout/post-workout
        "Leg Day Is Business"
        Layne Norton

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        • Layne,

          As far as back width development goes, do you recommend pullups or pulldowns?

          It seems that my body responds much better to using heavy weights in the 6-8 rep range. However, I constantly hear that pullups are superior, but since I can do about 13 reps, I feel I should probably just switch to pulldowns.

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          • Originally posted by gainmusclefast View Post
            sorry i knew i was missing something..

            bulking
            21
            1hour-1 1/2hour
            1.5cup oatmeal at breakfast/pre-workout/post-workout
            how many total calories per day?
            BioLayne LLC
            PhD, Nutritional Sciences
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            MD Columnist
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            • Originally posted by sloh View Post
              Layne,

              As far as back width development goes, do you recommend pullups or pulldowns?

              It seems that my body responds much better to using heavy weights in the 6-8 rep range. However, I constantly hear that pullups are superior, but since I can do about 13 reps, I feel I should probably just switch to pulldowns.
              i think rach chins are the best of anything i've done
              BioLayne LLC
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              • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                how many total calories per day?
                2800.

                i was thinking of maybe switching to instead of 5oz 6 times with 1.5cup breakfast/preworkout/postworkout to eating 4oz 6 times with 1cup oatmeal each meal, and maybe 1.5cup at pre/post workout meals
                "Leg Day Is Business"
                Layne Norton

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                • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                  i'm not a big fan of huge fluctuations of carbs/calories from day to day. it doesn't give your metabolism enough time to adapt.

                  -Layne

                  Thanks Layne i appreciate your advice.

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                  • Originally posted by gainmusclefast View Post
                    2800.

                    i was thinking of maybe switching to instead of 5oz 6 times with 1.5cup breakfast/preworkout/postworkout to eating 4oz 6 times with 1cup oatmeal each meal, and maybe 1.5cup at pre/post workout meals
                    yea i think 4-5 oz is fine
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                    • so you think i could get away with 4oz each meal, my total protein including what i get from oatmeal willl still be over 200
                      "Leg Day Is Business"
                      Layne Norton

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                      • Originally posted by sloh View Post
                        It seems that my body responds much better to using heavy weights in the 6-8 rep range. However, I constantly hear that pullups are superior, but since I can do about 13 reps, I feel I should probably just switch to pulldowns.
                        Use a dipping belt with some added weight if you want lower rep chins!

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                        • new shit: http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/insidethelife10.htm
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                          • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                            Awesome stuff bro! Great motivation for tomorrows arm workout!
                            www.naturaliowamuscle.com
                            www.heartlandclassic.com

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                            • Layne,

                              I have been adding Whey protein to my Oatmeal in the morning and I heat it up in the Microwave for about a minute. I was wondering if microwaving the Whey might cause it to breakdown?

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                              • wow that was a great video. jim cordova is huge. props on your modesty layne and goodluck.

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