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If you review my ERFL log I completed it. I used minor inclines at times and it gave my hamstrings an overworked, overstretched feeling (made worse by APT I suffer from) and reduced the amount of overall cardio I was able to do.

I would DEFINITELY not try this on a steep incline. You are just asking for injury.

Also, I wouldn't just start ERFL out of nowhere. I had been doing TONS of walking on almost a daily basis for months before I did my 4 days in the Valley
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For some reason I had no idea ERFL was a thing... thanks for making this thread, Iím gonna try it.

BEATMEOUTTAME; youíre intense dude. Like, in a good way. I love reading your $hit.
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For some reason I had no idea ERFL was a thing... thanks for making this thread, Iím gonna try it.

BEATMEOUTTAME; youíre intense dude. Like, in a good way. I love reading your $hit.

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erfl sounds easier on paper before you make it halfway thru day 1
Ive worked 12+ hour shifts physical labor jobs off and on my entire life.

Maintenance at biggest pork plant in nation, average 12.5 hour shifts. Id say was equal to walking 2mph all day or 1.5 on easier day.

I just dont really understand how they get the -6k calorie deficit numbers from erfl. I can be so exhausted i just lay in bed all weekend, im still only burning like 3600 calories a day, AT WORST. going from that to 6k is just mind boggling, there's no way.
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Ive worked 12+ hour shifts physical labor jobs off and on my entire life.

Maintenance at biggest pork plant in nation, average 12.5 hour shifts. Id say was equal to walking 2mph all day or 1.5 on easier day.

I just dont really understand how they get the -6k calorie deficit numbers from erfl. I can be so exhausted i just lay in bed all weekend, im still only burning like 3600 calories a day, AT WORST. going from that to 6k is just mind boggling, there's no way.
Thats easy.
Big obese people have a higher maintenance level to keep their weight what it is.

Say a 230lb person....x 15 (maintenance calories)
thats almost 3500 cals

Then 21 miles x 100 cal per mile (yes..its a rough average..but im willing to bet its higher at that weight)

thats another 2100 calories. Considering how much weight/mass they have to move...I wonder how how much higher this figure could be?

Then they did that crazy arm crank exercise..which gets more cals burned.

So at least 3500 (to maintain weight) + 21 miles (2100 calories)
ANd tahts about 5600. Throw in arm crank exercise to bring that figure a tad bit up, being very big..and eating pretty much nearly nothing aside from whey protein or sugar...and you get close to or at 6k deficit.

Im leaning a lot dojng something like this....partly going kamikaze cuz ive hit a low (relationship and money issues which actually tie in together)..so i said f it. Doing more ERFL days (not 21 miles...like half of that or more).

I was the second one to do this I need to read the rules post.I need to read the rules post.I need to read the rules post.I need to read the rules post. (aside from Jolio) so I have some experience on this. Now i just took it a step further. Getting leaner fast and maintaining most of my strength.
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