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Unread 09-21-2014, 02:13 PM
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Default If muscle memory works,can we get back the muscle we lost from a large deficit diet?

What's your opinion about this Lyle?Let's say we do a high deficit diet to get rid fast quickly ,maybe we lose a fair amount of muscle too,if we decide to bulk after that, would muscle memory help to get back the muscle we lost?If this could work do you have any recommendation of how much it's optimum to eat after that large deficit diet?
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Unread 09-21-2014, 02:25 PM
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Why would you want to diet to lose fat so fast you would need to worry about this?
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Unread 09-21-2014, 03:02 PM
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Why would you want to diet to lose fat so fast you would need to worry about this?
To get quicker results simple
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Unread 09-21-2014, 04:00 PM
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You know already that regaining prior adaptations (in a bulk) is much easier and swifter than acquiring them in the first place. It doesn't matter that the muscle was lost due to a diet or due to a layoff. I don't even know what or why you are asking.

And what do you mean by "how much it is optimum to eat"? It's bulking for Pete's sake. The rules of bulking apply.
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Unread 09-21-2014, 06:22 PM
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What's your opinion about this Lyle?Let's say we do a high deficit diet to get rid fast quickly ,maybe we lose a fair amount of muscle too,if we decide to bulk after that, would muscle memory help to get back the muscle we lost?If this could work do you have any recommendation of how much it's optimum to eat after that large deficit diet?
If you lose a fair bit of muscle, you did it wrong.
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Does muscle confusion affect muscle memory?
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Muscular dementia?
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If you lose a fair bit of muscle, you did it wrong.
I know that you say that you should not lose a lot of muscle,but I read a lot of guys saying that they lose on large deficit and I thought maybe muscle memory could help bring the muscle that we lost after a few months
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I know that you say that you should not lose a lot of muscle,but I read a lot of guys saying that they lose on large deficit and I thought maybe muscle memory could help bring the muscle that we lost after a few months
I don't like repeating myself.
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Unread 09-22-2014, 08:38 AM
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You know already that regaining prior adaptations (in a bulk) is much easier and swifter than acquiring them in the first place. It doesn't matter that the muscle was lost due to a diet or due to a layoff. I don't even know what or why you are asking.

And what do you mean by "how much it is optimum to eat"? It's bulking for Pete's sake. The rules of bulking apply.
I don't know how exactly the muscle memory works or if you could gain more than 2lbs of muscle in a month from it
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