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  • exactly. the NET calcium balance is the important thing; and while calcium excretion increases, net calcium balance does not decrease, in fact high protein diets tend to increase bone density.
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    • makes sense,the body is a wonderful thing!, ill keep to the rda and take 500mgs in the am and 500 mgs at night and just get the rest through food. thanks guys

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      • Layne, 1 more for ya:

        I'm looking to begin cutting in April. I'm 6'0, 302, (endo). My waist is 42, around my chest a 56, and shoulders 64 (all in inches). If I had to calculate my BF, in all honesty I believe it would me the mid 40s.

        I'm looking to do a diet that is high protein moderate carbs and low fats (besides the good ones). Example:

        0900- Protein w/ omega 3 oil & grits (can't do oatmeal)
        1100- gym
        1pm- protein
        3pm- 8oz (Tilapia) brown rice
        6pm- protein
        8pm- 8oz (Tilapia) broccollli
        12am- 1 scoop of Casin and 1 ofSyntha-6 Protein
        2am- bed

        I got some carbs before and after lifting. I also chew surgar free gum to satisfy my sweet tooth.

        Cardio will be 1 hour during training and one hour after work at 12am, both of which will be moderate, at about 70% (ish).

        What's you take?

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        • Originally posted by ironman70 View Post
          Layne, what difference is there between the original Dialene 4 and the new Dialene 4x?
          Basically in Dialene 4X they took out the niacin and added Yohimbe HCL

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          • layne do you thinik fat is needed more for a athlete other then a bber
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            • Layne, how much beta alanine do you take per day (on top of the 2 grams already in vasocharge)? Does it need to be taken everyday or is just training days enough (if training 5/7 days)

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              • Layne I got your DVD the other day in the mail. I highly recommend it!! I am going to use the lat pulldown/Row you did today on my back workout. I have lower back issues and this will be a great exercise for me to throw in from time to time.

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                • Layne,

                  What do you think of creatine in pill form compared to powder?

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                  • Originally posted by gainmusclefast View Post
                    layne do you thinik fat is needed more for a athlete other then a bber
                    really depends on the type of athlete and their body. do you have a specific example?
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                    • Originally posted by Carlito99 View Post
                      Layne, how much beta alanine do you take per day (on top of the 2 grams already in vasocharge)? Does it need to be taken everyday or is just training days enough (if training 5/7 days)
                      i take 4g/day and 2g on non-training days
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                      • Originally posted by Buffdaddy View Post
                        Layne,

                        What do you think of creatine in pill form compared to powder?
                        powder is way better
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                        • Originally posted by Mattyb View Post
                          Layne I got your DVD the other day in the mail. I highly recommend it!! I am going to use the lat pulldown/Row you did today on my back workout. I have lower back issues and this will be a great exercise for me to throw in from time to time.

                          awesome thanks man! speaking which, I will be at the Scivation booth selling copies of my DVD at pre-sale price of $25 including a free signed picture at the Arnold this weekend!

                          I've got 2 bodybuilding shot pictures and I also have an awesome black & white picture of my 645 lb APA raw record deadlift so people will be able to take their pick
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                          • this question is not just for layne but i would like every one else input as well

                            when trying to get the best out of a chest workout or keep as much stress on the on the chest as possible which is better to do?

                            by this i mean, for example when doing any press movements, should one


                            bring the weight down and push it all the way up

                            or bring the weight down , but dont bring it all the way up
                            or bring the weight half way down but push it all way up

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                            • this question is not just for layne but i would like every one else input as well

                              when trying to get the best out of a chest workout or keep as much stress on the on the chest as possible which is better to do?

                              by this i mean, for example when doing any press movements, should one


                              bring the weight down and push it all the way up: ex: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qP6XDIYmGg

                              or bring the weight down , but dont bring it all the way up ex: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33yKWrPQrsA

                              or bring the weight half way down but push it all way up ex: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MKKBiPwIa-w
                              http://bodyspace.bodybuilding.com/ygbodybuilder10/

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                              • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                                really depends on the type of athlete and their body. do you have a specific example?
                                A fighter, like mma athlete
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