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  • Originally posted by VikingPride View Post
    Layne , do you know much about CoQ10? whats the big hype about this supplement? i know its a antioxidant, a pretty dam expensive one , but does it really live up to all the hype it gets?
    depends on what you are using it for i guess, I really haven't looked too much into it
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    • Hey Layne, sorry to bug you bro, but how do you feel about a pro/carb meal pre-LIT cardio? Thanks
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      • i think it's fine
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        • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
          not sure i understand your question

          could one use both methods when in contest prep

          first one is yours method of dieting and the second is Marc Lobliner method way of dieting

          u take in carbs when dieting and marc does not take in any
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          • Layne do you feel nitric oxide is a necessary addition to a bodybuilder's spectrum of supplements? I recently read an article saying that it's supposed effectiveness has no scientific backing.........

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            • Originally posted by gangsta1087 View Post
              could one use both methods when in contest prep

              first one is yours method of dieting and the second is Marc Lobliner method way of dieting

              u take in carbs when dieting and marc does not take in any
              you mean like a cyclical ketogenic diet?
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              • Originally posted by D-Block View Post
                Layne do you feel nitric oxide is a necessary addition to a bodybuilder's spectrum of supplements? I recently read an article saying that it's supposed effectiveness has no scientific backing.........
                no, it is not nessecary at all
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                • It took me about a week but finally I made it through the entire thread. Layne, your patience is unbelievable. I commend you for it. Now I'll be able to keep up and know what you're talking about. Great thread!

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                  • I appreciate you reading it!
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                    • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                      you mean like a cyclical ketogenic diet?
                      yeah if its possible
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                      • well it's possible, but I really don't recommend those, difficult to maintain and can be tough psychologically for some people
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                        • Layne I've been using Max-OT(a program which advocates a lifter to use very heavy weight, 4-6, for virtually all sets) for some time now and have seen some good results from the program.........but I think I would see an even greater degree of development if I were to use both low(3-6) and higher(7-15) reps in a cyclical manner.........I know the body contains both slow and fast twitch fibers and different muscle groups may have different ratios of fast to slow twitch fibers in them depending on the muscle(calves, forearms, etc.).........so my question is, would it be wise to include both low, moderate, and high reps in my training to maximize my potential for muscle growth?

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                            • Thanks chief.....

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                              • Layne- Thanks bro! I holla at your around noon!
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