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  • Oops, sorry man. It's bodybuilding.com/fun/layne2.htm
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    • Layne,
      i have used different diets during my short competitive career...i used a diet last year with carbs protein fat and got descent results i noticed though that i get tired at work about 10 min after some of my meals...i never went over 30 grams carbs i was dieting down from 210 hoping to make middleweight...when i used a ketogenic diet toward the last few weeks of my prep i felt really good and got great results...my question is since u like to keep carbs in precontest what would u recommend to someone who seems to be sensitive to insulin...
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      • Originally posted by captaincardio58 View Post
        Layne,
        i have used different diets during my short competitive career...i used a diet last year with carbs protein fat and got descent results i noticed though that i get tired at work about 10 min after some of my meals...i never went over 30 grams carbs i was dieting down from 210 hoping to make middleweight...when i used a ketogenic diet toward the last few weeks of my prep i felt really good and got great results...my question is since u like to keep carbs in precontest what would u recommend to someone who seems to be sensitive to insulin...
        http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/layne36.htm
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        • Originally posted by captaincardio58 View Post
          Layne,
          i have used different diets during my short competitive career...i used a diet last year with carbs protein fat and got descent results i noticed though that i get tired at work about 10 min after some of my meals...i never went over 30 grams carbs i was dieting down from 210 hoping to make middleweight...when i used a ketogenic diet toward the last few weeks of my prep i felt really good and got great results...my question is since u like to keep carbs in precontest what would u recommend to someone who seems to be sensitive to insulin...
          honestly to answer that I'd really have to work with you for a long period of time to eliminate several variables. But I'd say if you felt better on keto... do keto
          BioLayne LLC
          PhD, Nutritional Sciences
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          • Hi Layne, have you found there is any benefit to cycling the use of BCCA's, and occasionally taking time off from them? (maybe during the deload weeks?)

            Also what are your thoughts on similarly cycling your level protein intake, Iíve read opinions that lowing it for awhile will improve the bodyís use of it? I currently use your recommended levels of protein intake.

            When is the last 'inside the life' video being released?
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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?

              And also, how do you time your delaod and max-out weeks within this setup ? Do you deload during your cut-weeks ?

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              • Originally posted by mrfitness81 View Post
                Hi Layne, have you found there is any benefit to cycling the use of BCCA's, and occasionally taking time off from them? (maybe during the deload weeks?)

                Also what are your thoughts on similarly cycling your level protein intake, Iíve read opinions that lowing it for awhile will improve the bodyís use of it? I currently use your recommended levels of protein intake.

                When is the last 'inside the life' video being released?
                no to both cycling questions. they are not hormones, they are macronutrients. I don't nessecarily see downregulation being a problem
                BioLayne LLC
                PhD, Nutritional Sciences
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                • Originally posted by wazzup View Post
                  And also, how do you time your delaod and max-out weeks within this setup ? Do you deload during your cut-weeks ?
                  not nessecarily. i just deload when i need it. 2 weeks of cutting is not going to tire you out or anything like that, you can still lift heavy.

                  next episode comes out this week
                  BioLayne LLC
                  PhD, Nutritional Sciences
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                  • Hey Layne,

                    Just had an idea. If in this video or a future one you go over your off season bulk/cut cycles you could call it...Switching Laynes.

                    how do you like it?

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                    • haha nice
                      BioLayne LLC
                      PhD, Nutritional Sciences
                      Scivation Athlete
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                      • ok heres my plan, bulk for 6 weeks 2900-3000 calories, cut for 2-3 weeks 2200 calories.

                        good?

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                        • give it a shot, if it doesn't work then you'll have to adjust it
                          BioLayne LLC
                          PhD, Nutritional Sciences
                          Scivation Athlete
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                          • Layne,

                            I apologize if this has been asked before, i'm looking to dose xtend between meals, what would you say is an adequete amount?

                            Thanks for your help.

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                            • Originally posted by Train_Smart View Post
                              Layne,

                              I apologize if this has been asked before, i'm looking to dose xtend between meals, what would you say is an adequete amount?

                              Thanks for your help.
                              I think he has said 1 heaping scoop.

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                              • Yo Layne, have you ever attempted DOGG CRAP workout program? if so whats your take on it?

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