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  • Originally posted by Tipsta View Post
    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?
    absolutely not. 2g/lb is way overkill and adding BCAAs on top of that is exceedingly overkill
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    • Originally posted by plato23 View Post
      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
      no, I don't think any of them are nessecarily better than the others
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      • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
        absolutely not. 2g/lb is way overkill and adding BCAAs on top of that is exceedingly overkill

        Just a curious question. Do you calculate the amount of protein coming from your carb sources along with your protein as your total protein count for the day. I'm assuming no...?
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        • Alright sweet. By the way, while you do your HIT cardio, do you bring the shake and like sip it during the low intensity periods?

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          • Originally posted by Tipsta View Post
            Just a curious question. Do you calculate the amount of protein coming from your carb sources along with your protein as your total protein count for the day. I'm assuming no...?
            absolutely. read my 'protein myths' article in the first issue of e-MD
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            • Originally posted by plato23 View Post
              Alright sweet. By the way, while you do your HIT cardio, do you bring the shake and like sip it during the low intensity periods?
              na bro, it's only 15 minutes long & 20 at max; you aren't going catabolic during that time, just have it afterwards
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              • I'm 4 weeks out now and am about 165LBM I use a diet of 330 pro 385 carbs cycled with 345 every so many days and 60 fat. What are the #s you use and how much LBM do you have.

                You gotta admit....It gets me nasty hard and helps carry that offseason DRUG LIKE look right to the stage!
                Last edited by Tipsta; June 17, 2007, 05:36 PM.
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                • i'm about 200 lbs LBM and in the offseason I do about 250g protein/day with anywhere from 400-500g CHO & about 60-70g fat
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                  • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                    i'm about 200 lbs LBM and in the offseason I do about 250g protein/day with anywhere from 400-500g CHO & about 60-70g fat

                    So you compete at 200 and get that hard with 4 to 500 grams carbs? THATS AWESOME!!!!

                    WOW! You must eat just enough protein to fill a cavity at each sitting in order to keep it at 250 with 4 to 500 carbs......
                    A 200 gram piece of chicken has 46.8 grams protein and that cooks down to a piece smaller than the palm of my hand
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                    • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                      absolutely. read my 'protein myths' article in the first issue of e-MD
                      What's e-MD?

                      I'm fascinated that you count protein in carbs, as far as I'm aware that's really unusual and as such I'd love to read the article.

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                        • Originally posted by Tipsta View Post
                          So you compete at 200 and get that hard with 4 to 500 grams carbs? THATS AWESOME!!!!

                          WOW! You must eat just enough protein to fill a cavity at each sitting in order to keep it at 250 with 4 to 500 carbs......
                          A 200 gram piece of chicken has 46.8 grams protein and that cooks down to a piece smaller than the palm of my hand
                          oh no, that' offseason bro sorry.

                          precontest i take in around 250g protein, 200g carbs, 50-60g fat
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                          • Alright. And on workout days light cardio is like a 30min under 120HR stroll on the treadmill or something along those lines? Post workout?

                            Doing 20min of cardio and getting results, albeit with insane intensity, is something I've never done and blows my mind, but I am going to try it. Thanks for all your help. I Really appreciate it dude. I am all done with the questions =P

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                            • I ran into a good buddy of your this past weekend Sean Sullivan, great guy

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                              • yea sean is a great guy. Runs a few great natural shows in NE
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