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  • Originally posted by Nitrotank View Post
    That answer makes me sad. Less food.

    keep your kcals the same, up your carbs/fat slightly
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    • OK, now I'm happy again. Thanks, Layne. Much appreciated.
      Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but rising every time we fall.

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      • hey, in your opinion, whats the fastest way to drop fat gained after a layoff?
        straps are for kinky sex, or animal abuse.

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        • Layne:

          Is there a public database that you search for all the abstracts and scientific research you post on the boards? If so could you share the link?

          Thanks

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          • Originally posted by pikey87 View Post
            hey, in your opinion, whats the fastest way to drop fat gained after a layoff?
            diet correctly lol. I mean that's a pretty broad question bro
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            • Originally posted by scoobysnacks View Post
              Layne:

              Is there a public database that you search for all the abstracts and scientific research you post on the boards? If so could you share the link?

              Thanks
              sure http://www.pubmed.org
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              • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                oh okay, ive heard of that before. Thanks!

                Ss

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                • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                  i definitely agree with oxidation rates. usually i try to get bloodwork on my clients if possible

                  What do you usually wanted tested when you look at your clients bloodwork (i.e. testosterone levels, cholesterol, etc.)?
                  "Strongman is an external view of how pissed off I really am at the world."

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                  • Layne , this new diet of yours eating every 4-5 hours , how is it working for you? I am interested in trying it out , so I should eat 5 times a day every 4 hours which would be 250 grams of protein correct? (50 x5)

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                    • Originally posted by GameofInches View Post
                      What do you usually wanted tested when you look at your clients bloodwork (i.e. testosterone levels, cholesterol, etc.)?
                      -blood glucose
                      -insulin
                      -HDL
                      -LDL
                      -Total Cholesterol
                      -TAGs/VLDLs
                      -testosterone
                      -free testosterone
                      -thyroid

                      -Layne
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                      • Originally posted by italian heat View Post
                        Layne , this new diet of yours eating every 4-5 hours , how is it working for you? I am interested in trying it out , so I should eat 5 times a day every 4 hours which would be 250 grams of protein correct? (50 x5)
                        well it's not that simple, depends on your age, metabolism, weight, etc
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                        • Layne, I was wondering what factors come into play to make a person look more vasucular. Also why some parts of the day my arms look more veiny and vascular and others not so much even on days i dont work out.
                          Thanks

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                          • probabably just differences in vasodilation throughout the day.

                            factors?
                            -genetics
                            -capillary density
                            -blood vessel size/dilation
                            -bodyfat level
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                            • Hey Layne,

                              I have a few minor questions for you, if it isn't too much trouble... I'm 6'3" 220 pounds with a bit of a gut, yet no matter how much cardio/lifting I do, it just wont go away. I was doing a VLCalD/VLCarbD for awhile, under 1500 calories a day and burning 700 in the gym. I started eating lower carb but higher calorie; around 2500 calories a day and am gaining weight and fat. I have been for about 2 weeks now. I was at 201 pounds three weeks ago, now jumping up to 2500 calories a day I'm up to 220. Still doing around the same cardio routine mind you.

                              Is there anyway I can jump start my metabolism?

                              If this post isn't what this thread is about, I do apologize.

                              Thanks for all your help. By the way, how's school going?

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                              • coming off a long diet you really need to raise calories very slowly to prevent dumping excess cals on a slow metabolism
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