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Unread 09-14-2009, 04:39 AM
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Hey Lyle,

I have different questions about Training and Nutrition during the U.D. 2 Diet:

1. What is your opinion about negative Reps on the High Intensity and Power Workout Days? I would start with 80 % of my 1 RM and continue until 110 % at exercise like Dips and Close Grip Chin Up. I would do a 20 reps clustered ( 1 Rep, break, 1 Rep, break, 1 rep, break...). What about Loaded Stretching?

2. Is it allowed to drink Diet Coke or Diet Pepsi during the diet?

3. Is Cola allowed on Refeed days?

Thank you and hear you soon,

Mantis
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1. Terrible ideas both.
2. Fine.
2. A waste of calories. You can but why.
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Hi Lyle,

Thank you for the reply.

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1. Terrible ideas both.
Hmm...a little bit peculiar. Could you please justify your thought. I thought that the high tensions caused by the heavy negatives would produce a lot of microtrauma, which as result increase the amount of calories.

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2. Fine.
Puhh...happiness.

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2. A waste of calories. You can but why.
Because I have a lot of problems with eating much. After a ,, big " plate Pasta together with rolls, my stomach has enough and I canīt continue. But with some glasses of Cola, I could ,, finish / fill" the last corner of it.

Thank you again for the good work. Continue...

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Hi Lyle,

Thank you for the reply.



Hmm...a little bit peculiar. Could you please justify your thought. I thought that the high tensions caused by the heavy negatives would produce a lot of microtrauma, which as result increase the amount of calories.



Puhh...happiness.



Because I have a lot of problems with eating much. After a ,, big " plate Pasta together with rolls, my stomach has enough and I canīt continue. But with some glasses of Cola, I could ,, finish / fill" the last corner of it.

Thank you again for the good work. Continue...

Regards,

Mantis
why mess with a well thought out diet and workout plan as specified in the book?
diet cola always helps me get started onb a new cycle!
and in regards to the cola on refeed days, the purpose of this day is to refill muscle glycogen through carb loading, not refill glycogen through consuming empty calories, so i cant see the point at all, some fat free milk could be an option for you!
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a. Because naturals rarely benefit from these types of super high intensity types of training the first place. Harder is rarely better.

b. Even if they do benefit from them, they sure as heck can't recover from them in the 2 days between tension and power. you do this on tension and you will be wrecked for days. no way will power go well. do it on power and you will be wrecked for depletion. Fine, if you were training doggrcapp with 5 days between bodyparts, you might get away with it.

with 2 days no way
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