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  • Originally posted by GameofInches View Post
    Layne,

    Do you know when the new Scivation Whey is coming out? Also, do you know how much it will cost for the 5lb. tub? Thanks!
    It is already out and is sold in 10lb increments.
    "I'm special, you're special. We are all just a bunch of special fcukers!" - Stifler

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    • Found it. Thanks!
      "Strongman is an external view of how pissed off I really am at the world."

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      • Originally posted by GameofInches View Post
        Found it. Thanks!
        go to scivation's website to see.
        "I'm special, you're special. We are all just a bunch of special fcukers!" - Stifler

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        • Layne,

          Any tips for taking advantage of the post-contest rebound?
          www.ironbrendan.com

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          • Catching up on your thread and glad to see your recovery is going well. Congrats, I hope the wedding and honeymoon went well. Legs do in fact look improved. What calf protocols have you been using? They look great!

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            • Originally posted by fitiron View Post
              Layne,

              I am 45 and a beginning BB'er. I've seen, and read a few different approaches on lifting, nutrition, and supplementation.
              My question is regarding training.

              I've been told by quite a few 40+ Bb'ers that each body part should only be worked once a week, giving it time to recovery between workouts due to the fact, that with age the recovery process slows. That makes sense.

              There are also others that work each group 2 times a week.

              I've tried both, and cannot really tell a difference.

              In your opinion, as long as I am making progress, does it matter?

              I think that there are many routines, and many of those have merit.

              What are your thoughts?

              Thx..
              Great Physique Layne ! You are a great example to anyone on here as to what can be achieved by training Naturally all the very best to you in the future.
              Id like to ask you much the same Question as Fitiron Layne. Im also 45 I recently started training again after 20 Years I was in reasonable shape back then and am getting back into shape training full body Monday and Thursday I used to train 3 full body workouts back in the 80s and it worked then but now I feel hitting the gym hard and doing sets to failure each set is to much.
              I had thought of doing.

              Monday
              Machine press 3 sets 6-10 reps
              Lateral raises 2 sets 8-10 reps
              Dumbbell Shrugs 2 Sets 8-10Reps
              Incline bench press 3 sets 8-10 Reps
              Machine Pec Deck Flyes 2 sets 8-10 Reps
              Tricep pulldowns with v bar 2 sets 8-10 Reps
              Tricep Pulldowns with Rope 1 set 8-10 Reps
              Hanging leg raises 2sets to failure

              Thursday
              Leg Press 3 sets 8-15 Reps Lower backs not great so I cant squat
              Leg Extension 2 sets 10-15 Reps
              Leg Curls 2 Sets 10-15 Reps
              Lat Pulldowns (Front) 2 sets 8-10 reps
              Lat Pulldown (Back) 2 Sets 8-10 reps
              Rowing 6-10 reps 2 Sets 8-10 Reps
              Incline dumbbell curls 2 sets 8-10 Reps
              Concentration Curls 1 Set 8-10 Reps
              Reverse ez bar curls 1 Set 8-10


              Many say each bodypart hit hard once a week especially as you get olders the way to go any comments would be appreciated.
              Thanks

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              • I will be also

                Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                no, going to vegas to speak at the ISSN conference

                I plan to be at the ISSN as well this year but only as a attendee with a group of grads from UWL. What are you presenting on Layne?
                MS - Human Sport Performance
                NSCA - CPT, CSCS

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                • Originally posted by oregonpanthers View Post
                  I plan to be at the ISSN as well this year but only as a attendee with a group of grads from UWL. What are you presenting on Layne?
                  Optimal protein intake and frequency to support maximal protein synthesis and muscle mass
                  BioLayne LLC
                  PhD, Nutritional Sciences
                  Scivation Athlete
                  MD Columnist
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                  • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                    Optimal protein intake and frequency to support maximal protein synthesis and muscle mass
                    Wish I was there!!!!
                    "I'm special, you're special. We are all just a bunch of special fcukers!" - Stifler

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                    • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                      Optimal protein intake and frequency to support maximal protein synthesis and muscle mass
                      Neato ! Would you be able to make the presentation or poster public after you present it ?
                      Last edited by Hypertrophik; June 8, 2008, 06:57 PM.

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                      • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                        Optimal protein intake and frequency to support maximal protein synthesis and muscle mass
                        booooring!

                        Eric Helms Controlled Labs Athlete NASM CPT & PES
                        http://www.3dmusclejourney.com/

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                        • Layne-


                          Why does the body hold less water the more bodyfat you have ? At first impression I'd think the body held more water, but doing BF%/water checks, the body does indeed hold less water when I have more fat.


                          Just curious as to why that is.

                          Thanks

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                          • Originally posted by ChromeHearts View Post
                            Layne-


                            Why does the body hold less water the more bodyfat you have ? At first impression I'd think the body held more water, but doing BF%/water checks, the body does indeed hold less water when I have more fat.


                            Just curious as to why that is.

                            Thanks

                            That is very weird, would have to wait until layne answers but I do know for a fat the higher the BF, the more water you also hold in the fat cells too.

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                            • layne, when will your video series be updated? the last one on dave goodin was great!
                              TEAM GORMAN

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                              • Originally posted by rauljimenez View Post
                                That is very weird, would have to wait until layne answers but I do know for a fat the higher the BF, the more water you also hold in the fat cells too.
                                fat is lipophobic and does not associate with water... hence more fat... less water
                                BioLayne LLC
                                PhD, Nutritional Sciences
                                Scivation Athlete
                                MD Columnist
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