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  • mostly constant with 2 refeed days per week
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    • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
      mostly constant with 2 refeed days per week
      that was my next question, so 1 refeed day per week, (low fat, high carb, moderate protein?)
      should it also be higher overall calories?

      could you maybe give out the macro percentages for bulk/cut/refeeds?

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      • yes
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        • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
          yes
          do you know macro percentages off hand?

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          • i do not use %s to figure out pro/carb/fat intake
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            • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
              i do not use %s to figure out pro/carb/fat intake
              so your more concerned with overall calories? how did you come to get what you are taking in?

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              • pretty sure i've posted about it before... anyone know where the posts are?
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                • Hey Layne, hope you're well. Just wondering whether you put your clients on the 4 week bulk, 2 week cut, or is it something you only do yourself?

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                  • Layne check your PM
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                    • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                      pretty sure i've posted about it before... anyone know where the posts are?
                      Sorry, I honestly did look. Here and bb.com. I understand you are very busy though, I will look again.

                      Thanks.

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                      • I believe that Layne got to his caloric total via trial and error His bodybuilding.com/fun/layne2 article has his suggested macro breakdown. In a much earlier post here hs said that he still uses those guidelines, but that the protein was a little high. I think he meant the carbs, since protein was 1 g per lb, up to 1.5 g per lb, and carbs were 2.5-3 g per lb. Fat intake was .3-.4 g per lb.

                        At some point, one of us needs to go through the whole thread and make a Layne Norton FAQ to sticky here. Perhaps a free tub of Xtend might make people more motivated to do that . . .
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                        • Originally posted by west View Post
                          Hey Layne, hope you're well. Just wondering whether you put your clients on the 4 week bulk, 2 week cut, or is it something you only do yourself?
                          typically yes, but it is different for each different person depending on their goals, metabolism, age, etc.
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                          • Originally posted by El_Spiko View Post
                            I believe that Layne got to his caloric total via trial and error His bodybuilding.com/fun/layne2 article has his suggested macro breakdown. In a much earlier post here hs said that he still uses those guidelines, but that the protein was a little high. I think he meant the carbs, since protein was 1 g per lb, up to 1.5 g per lb, and carbs were 2.5-3 g per lb. Fat intake was .3-.4 g per lb.

                            At some point, one of us needs to go through the whole thread and make a Layne Norton FAQ to sticky here. Perhaps a free tub of Xtend might make people more motivated to do that . . .
                            whoever does that definately gets a free xtend
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                            • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                              whoever does that definately gets a free xtend

                              not only that but they would be well educated as well.

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                              • Originally posted by El_Spiko View Post
                                I believe that Layne got to his caloric total via trial and error His bodybuilding.com/fun/layne2 article has his suggested macro breakdown. In a much earlier post here hs said that he still uses those guidelines, but that the protein was a little high. I think he meant the carbs, since protein was 1 g per lb, up to 1.5 g per lb, and carbs were 2.5-3 g per lb. Fat intake was .3-.4 g per lb.

                                At some point, one of us needs to go through the whole thread and make a Layne Norton FAQ to sticky here. Perhaps a free tub of Xtend might make people more motivated to do that . . .
                                Thanks a lot for that could you check that link though, I typed it in with no luck.

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