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  • diet sodas are the best appetite suppressants i've ever used lol
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    • Can you drink too much?
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      • The third video was awesome man, though the next episode (Girls!) looks amusing. After watching the latest installment I breathed a sigh of relief when i heard tomorrow is not leg day, mine are already fried from hitting them twice this week and I think it might've killed me to go through your leg routine
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        • Originally posted by crou View Post
          Can you drink too much?
          as with anything moderation is key, but I have drank 4 or 5 a day with no ill-effects in terms of fat loss
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          • layne loving the video series! how many episodes will there be?
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            • Hey Layne, awesome thread

              1) Precontest - do you do HIT cardio ONLY on your off days and then lower intensity cardio on training days and after leg day?

              2) Is HIT ok to do on a bike? Also, is there anywhere that shows a decent protocol for HIT cardio? I was thinking like 1min sprint/30sec rest, that okay?

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              • 1) that's pretty much it
                2) yea it's ok on a bike. But you cannot sprint for 1 minute. A sprint should be ALL OUT, you cannot go all out for one minute. 20 seconds is probably around a max. I'm not talking simply about going faster than usually, i'm talking about going as hard as you possibly can; not looking at the clock, i'm talking about moving like your f**king life depends on it. Try starting out at 45 sec low intensity followed by 15 seconds of sprinting. If you go absolutely all out for those 15 seconds i garuntee after 10-15 intervals you will be toast.
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                • Originally posted by stubbsback2 View Post
                  layne loving the video series! how many episodes will there be?
                  6 as of now; unless they extend us
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                  • Hey Layne. Got a question for you. Very much like creatine we know that once saturation points are reached we are basically taking unnecessary amounts.. When it comes to Bcaas how much is enough 30,000 mgs 40,000 mgs even 50,00 mgs? Assuming your diet is 100% on point with Carbs Fat and using Protein at 2 grams per lb LBM.
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                    • BCAAs are somewhat different. Creatine is present in very small amounts so it's easy to saturate the cell. Amino acids actually concentrate in the cell; but are also in a state of flux into and out of the protein bound, extraceullar & intracellular pool. Without sounding stuck up it would be really really hard to explain. Essentially it would be very hard to figure out a 'max' level for BCAAs because they are in such a state of flux
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                      • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                        BCAAs are somewhat different. Creatine is present in very small amounts so it's easy to saturate the cell. Amino acids actually concentrate in the cell; but are also in a state of flux into and out of the protein bound, extraceullar & intracellular pool. Without sounding stuck up it would be really really hard to explain. Essentially it would be very hard to figure out a 'max' level for BCAAs because they are in such a state of flux
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                        • So if someones consuming between 40 to 60,000 mgs BCAAS daily Knowing they are using 2 grams protein per lb LBM, would you think they are at any deficit? How many Mgs daily do you recommend?
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                          • Alright cool, thx for the answer. 1 more thing...

                            In your workout shake you recommend dex or malto, would Waxy Maize/Vitargo be as good? I ask because I have WM left over from the winter, wanted to use it up. If dex/malto is better, just say so, I'll buy some I'm not a cheapskate =P

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                            • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                              please see the third episode in my video series. It answers your question

                              http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/insidethelife3.htm

                              thanks layne, excellent series!

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                              • Originally posted by MRU View Post
                                did u take the last line of your signiture from a hate breed song??
                                yes
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