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Unread 10-29-2013, 11:59 AM
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Edit: When he started advocating "sequential eating" I began to wonder if he's slowly losing it.
Would you have the link to this "sequential eating" article/comment?

Because I have no idea what that means.
Well,you know,those Scandinavians...funny people.
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Unread 10-29-2013, 02:04 PM
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Would you have the link to this "sequential eating" article/comment?

Because I have no idea what that means.
Well,you know,those Scandinavians...funny people.
I don't have the link ATM.
It was basically that you should eat certain types of foods (within a meal) in a certain order to avoid bloating, gas and indigestion etc.

Now, I have no idea if that is true or not, but lately he has been taking a turn for a lot of esoteric stuff. Another link he recommended (with refferal/promotion code...$$$) was to some guy selling a program based on "bio-feedback training", some kind of auto-regulatory regimen promising crazy gains...
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It's one thing to experiment and learn new things but when everything supposedly works so much better than previous methods...
exactly !
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Blade (has) had many interesting things to say,but,indeed,the more his "internet popularity" began to grow,the more he has become a specialist in reinventing the wheel.
Well there's only so many ways to lift a weight I'd say his stuff is just as original as anything else out there...
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Is it just me or...

fruit (phil hernon diet ripoff) diet was great
carbless pwo was great
advanced concept diet was great
byorithm diet (same stuff as advanced concept diet) was great

training wise

upper lower split was great
hst was great
dc training was great
is own version of dc training was great
phil hernon type of splits was great ?
myo reps was great
changing programs frequently was great, even training each bodypart 1 time per week bro style was good
now lately looks like the holy grail it's myo reps + high frequency
I don't recal him saying carbless pwo was great. I recal him trying it out and then saying that he didn't think it worked very well and that it left him and his trainees looking flat.

And as far as the routines you listed, you may notice that the majority are lowish-medium volume, higher frequency type approaches that are built on the same principles...
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Unread 10-29-2013, 07:03 PM
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The sequential eating stuff is on his facebook page.

Having digestive problems (bloating, belching, gas, cramps)? The concept of ’sequential eating’ originating from Dr Stanley Bass could be worth experimenting with. Basically, eat foods with the higher water content first as they digest faster, the most nutrient dense foods last. If you eat slow-digesting fats and proteins (such as meat and eggs) first, then fruit for dessert - the fruit will be lying on top of the meat and eggs, fermenting and creating gas. A suggested sequence:
- Salads
- Fruits
- Raw vegetables
- Steamed/cooked vegetables
- Starches and grains (rice, potatoes, oatmeal etc)
- Seeds and nuts
- Dairy
- Fish
- Eggs
- Chicken
- Meat

Drink fluids in between meals, not with meals to avoid diluting digestive enzymes.

Also - don’t be totally OCD about it, it is just a general guideline and worth experimenting with. I have personally found it to improve digestion (and fullness after meals) noticeably after only a couple of days.
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Here's his latest article

It was written in Norwegian and some words don't get translated by the computer.
The words that do get translated into English include "John Broz," "Bret Contreras," and "Matthew Perryman."

Whether his everyday occlusive activities add girth or addle shoulder girdles, it looks he's posted his break-up with Lyle and possibly Alan on his wall for all to see.
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the fruit will be lying on top of the meat and eggs, fermenting and creating gas.


Can I eat things in reverse if I stand on my head afterwards? What about if I want to lie down when I'm finished? Damn my perfectly static stomach
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Edit: When he started advocating "sequential eating" I began to wonder if he's slowly losing it.
He's not losing it, he's trying to cash out. We've seen this so many times in the industry. Lyle is one of the very few people who is intellectually and socially honest enough not to do it. He will change his opinion based on new data (which is what science is supposed to be about) but that's not a very sexy strategy, nor is it amenable to blog hits or book sales. I for one, respect the heck out of him for it.
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He's not losing it, he's trying to cash out. We've seen this so many times in the industry. Lyle is one of the very few people who is intellectually and socially honest enough not to do it. He will change his opinion based on new data (which is what science is supposed to be about) but that's not a very sexy strategy, nor is it amenable to blog hits or book sales. I for one, respect the heck out of him for it.
I agree.
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