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Layne Norton

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  • awesome, thanks for the info i think i will be going back to doing just a post workout shake,

    2 last questions if you could. any more questions and i dont think it would be fair to your consulting business.

    are you still taking whey with this shake?

    how did you figure out the carb amounts?

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    • no, whey prolly not needed with ample bcaa

      carb amounts are just something i've come up with over years & years of tweaking
      BioLayne LLC
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      • thanks for all the help, your much bigger than i am and take in much less pwo carbs, im considering cutting back on the 50g vitargo i've been taking

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        • something new
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          • I just put up the trailer for Inside the Life of a Pro Natural Bodybuilder. So if you guys want you can watch it on YouTube now:

            BioLayne LLC
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            • Hey Layne can't wait to watch the vid; I'm at work now and they aren't so much into us downloading and watching videos here!

              I was just wondering, with your high volume workouts, how long does a session normally last for you?

              I'm thinking that unless you keep your rest to a bare minimum it must be well over an hour...

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              • yea it's like 1:15-1:45 sometimes 2 hours
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                • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                  yea it's like 1:15-1:45 sometimes 2 hours
                  I can attest to that
                  "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
                    yea it's like 1:15-1:45 sometimes 2 hours
                    I thought it must be. Ever get sick of having to spend so long in the gym? You must be wasted after 2 hours.

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                    • eh... it's what it takes. I love lifting. AFter 10 years of doing it i still love it. I'm looking forward to just about every workout
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                      • Originally posted by west View Post
                        I thought it must be. Ever get sick of having to spend so long in the gym? You must be wasted after 2 hours.
                        Not to answer for Layne, but you have to admit homie has goals. This guy is one of the most determined people (in all facets) I have ever come across. Layne is a testimate that with drive and perseverance nothing can hold you back. That's called making a dream a reality.
                        Also remember that those work outs are in a day filled with going cross eyed in a lab.
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                        • after the stress in lab, workouts are relaxing by comparison
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                          • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post


                            something new
                            GOD DAYUM, HOLY CRAP AND WHAT THE F@9K!!
                            BRO, SERIOUSLY.....(SPEECHLESS)...UR MY NEW IDOL.

                            I STILL CAN'T GET OVER THAT!
                            Natural Pro Bodybuilder

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                            • are you ever worried about catabolic hormones coming in to play after working out for that long?

                              or do you still feel that as long as pre and post workout nutrition is up to par, your set?

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                              • Originally posted by nutratroy View Post
                                GOD DAYUM, HOLY CRAP AND WHAT THE F@9K!!
                                BRO, SERIOUSLY.....(SPEECHLESS)...UR MY NEW IDOL.

                                I STILL CAN'T GET OVER THAT!
                                I feel those sentiments! He's got some impressive strength alright.

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