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Layne Norton

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  • Originally posted by hulk7280 View Post
    dont you get extremely hungry?? do you have larger meals?
    I believe so.

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    • Originally posted by hulk7280 View Post
      dont you get extremely hungry?? do you have larger meals?
      no, your body adjusts to it like anything... it takes a few weeks but on a high protein diet your body can make enough glucose to maintain your blood glucose between meals. I don't get hungry hardly anymore at all... even when dieting and even if i go 5 hours between meals.

      and yes my meals are larger
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      • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
        no, your body adjusts to it like anything... it takes a few weeks but on a high protein diet your body can make enough glucose to maintain your blood glucose between meals. I don't get hungry hardly anymore at all... even when dieting and even if i go 5 hours between meals.

        and yes my meals are larger
        how many meals do you have per day? if you space it out 3.5 - 5 hours there is only so many meals you can fit into those 16 hours your awake..

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        • 5-6. i have one during the middle of the night when i get up to pee (usually a shake or a protein bar)
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          • Layne I was wondering just your opionion on it, im gonna try it anyway but just wanted to hear your thoughts, on this
            Day 1 : Shoulders/tricep/bicep Light weights
            Day 2 : Legs/back/Chest/Calfs Lights weights
            Day 3 : Rest
            Day 4: Shoulders/Traps/calfs
            Day 5 : Back/bicep
            Day 6 : Rest
            Day 7: Tricep/chest
            Day 8: Legs
            Day 9 : Rest,

            My reason is that when ive worked chest twice a week ive seen much faster improvments so by activating all the muscles on 2 Light half body workouts at the start of the week all the muscles will get more activated..

            And ans I said the first 2 half vody workouts will be light weight to minimize the risk of overtraining... what do you think? =)

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            • i think that's ok to start with but as you get into it you might go heavier on the light days as you'll find that overtraining really isn't an issue when you give your body time to adapt
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              • Originally posted by str8flexed View Post
                i think that's ok to start with but as you get into it you might go heavier on the light days as you'll find that overtraining really isn't an issue when you give your body time to adapt
                I didnīt mean super light, but less then the other days because I train really intense and heavy then
                Im gonny try it and see what happends

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                • Any thoughts on Intermittent Fasting, Layne?

                  Some info here.

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                  • hey layne what would you suggest if trying to a routine like urs but with only working legs once? mine are my strongpoint so i only need to hit once a week

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                    • Originally posted by muscleman12345 View Post
                      hey layne what would you suggest if trying to a routine like urs but with only working legs once? mine are my strongpoint so i only need to hit once a week
                      i think that's fine
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                      • Originally posted by Gambit View Post
                        Any thoughts on Intermittent Fasting, Layne?

                        Some info here.
                        typically not a big fan. I actually was asked the same questions as him by Jamie Hale. I'm suprised he posted it in his blog... it was supposed to go in Jamie's book.
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                        • monday - upper (power)
                          tuesday - lower
                          wednesday - off
                          thursday - chest
                          friday - back
                          saturday - shoulders/arms
                          sunday - off

                          like this?

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                          • sure yea that would work
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                            • I have a question for ya layne and sorry if it's been asked before but what do you think of max-ot cardio? 16 minutes overall a session, 1 minute intervals going all out for 1 minute and easing up for a minute always working to beat your previous time? It's very intense.

                              also post cardio nutrition, should you eat right after completing cardio? I always think that eating right after cardio might be cutting into an residual fat burning that might be taking place after a cardio session-sorry, I guess that's 2 questions.

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                              • intervals are good, but you can't go 'all out' for one minute. You will pace yourself with that long. You are better off sprinting for 10-15 secs then resting for 45-50 secs then doing it again. A sprint by definition is ABSOLUTELY ALL OUT EVERYTHING YOU'VE GOT and you can't do that for 1 minute

                                eat after cardio.
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