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Unread 07-12-2017, 12:17 AM
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How much mass do you think you can add in a few weeks which isn't fat?

Read your own signature block and make sure you don't spin your wheels.

If you come back with anything in a few weeks make it the weight increase to your working sets because that will mean something

You should be at maintenance for a few weeks or tapering cals up not just jumping straight into a surplus

You are right. I'll be using intermittent fasting, carb cycling, squats, and a lot of closed chain high volume exercises though.

I think I've got a decent amount of neural strength gains in my upper body that I'm ready to pack on mass quickly without the accompanying fat gain.
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Be careful, not to look at it backwards

Your body 'gained' that strength without the extra mass. So it doesn't need more muscle, unless you force it beyond that and try to get even stronger.

As in - What you can lift is still limited to the mechanical strength of your muscles, otherwise you wouldn't have been able to lift the weight regardless of how strong your neural pathways are. Maybe you just weren't lifting what your muscles were already capable of - and now you can.

If you have already gained a lot of neural strength while cutting, your body might be ready for a deload soon, if you can't keep up the progress with the extra cals it will go to fat

Just things to consider

No doubt you will appear to have gained mass once the glygogen refills a bit and your muscles get back to normal. Might put a couple of kg of water/ glygogen / food/ poop back on. But if it happens too fast you don't know where it stops

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Btw

The reason I said earlier that it was the wrong thread, is because it is.

This is not the "what's my bf percentage" thread. That's elsewhere
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Btw

The reason I said earlier that it was the wrong thread, is because it is.

This is not the "what's my bf percentage" thread. That's elsewhere
No, this is it now.


And yes of course I'm planning to get significantly stronger now that I can eat. The size will come with that.
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Spun my wheels for years prior to finding this site.

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No, this is it now.t.
No, it isn't. You made another thread for it yourself. Remember? I can link you to it if you like. Maybe dieting is affecting your memory.

https://forums.lylemcdonald.com/showthread.php?t=33531

As for this thread, it relates to a guideline for judging MEN'S bf on the basis of some photographs. Different topic. You hijacked it out of self-importance.

This isn't the "come in and get estimates thread" and it's a bad one for that purpose, as the title EXCLUDES WOMEN.
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My topic isnt stickied.

And Giant LOL at you of all people calling anyone out for self importance. Get over yourself dude. Everyone else on this board already is.
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My topic isnt stickied.

And Giant LOL at you of all people calling anyone out for self importance. Get over yourself dude. Everyone else on this board already is.
Um... Zing??
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Looking at image of body comp i have a question. Man at 15% is in flexed or relaxed ab position?
I supposed every photo is relaxed,not flexed, but at 15 % body position let me think that he flexed abs. Right now i think to stay in 13-15 range...i see my up row of rectus ,relaxed...vein in arms and shoulder but the most fat is on leg.
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Looking at image of body comp i have a question. Man at 15% is in flexed or relaxed ab position?
I supposed every photo is relaxed,not flexed, but at 15 % body position let me think that he flexed abs. Right now i think to stay in 13-15 range...i see my up row of rectus ,relaxed...vein in arms and shoulder but the most fat is on leg.
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