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Unread 11-25-2009, 05:54 PM
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I can't tell if Smedlyamy is a bot or just weird. But they seem to have left as qiuckly as they showed up.
Bot, or asian spammer. Notice the spam signature. "Kammy" was another, but it's sig...acai berry.. wasn't formatted properly so it didn't create a link.

All his spam are belong to you.

Nuke 'em!!
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lyle , can some1 use rfl after bulking to get rid of some fat before going into next bulking cycle? after ud2.0- 2 weeks maintenance - 8 weeks bulking as u recomended -2 weeks maintenance then RFL -2 week maint. -then start bulking again to keep the fat off and gain as much muscle as possible?
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Itís taken almost as a matter of faith in the fitness world that slower rates of weight loss are superior to faster rates, that diets generating faster weight loss always cause faster rates of regain and poorer long-term results.
A Matter of faith? Oh, then its irrefutable. Im going with the faith guy.

What fitness world is he talking about? Bodybuilding?

I dont know any bodybuilders talking about starting to cut too far out from a competition. Usually, it is done in a very short period of time.
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A Matter of faith? Oh, then its irrefutable. Im going with the faith guy.

What fitness world is he talking about? Bodybuilding?

I dont know any bodybuilders talking about starting to cut too far out from a competition. Usually, it is done in a very short period of time.
Depends on the bodybuilder and how fat they are (and what drugs they are using). I've known some who start 10 weeks out and others who start 3 months out. The girl PL I prepped all those years ago started like 6 months out and went very slowly. So it depends.

And smedlyamy was a bot.
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John Briffa reported on a study from the International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. The conclusion is that faster weight loss yields longer lasting gains than slower weight loss.

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I don't like thread hijacks and this doesn't belong here.
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Oops, my apologies. I saw other questions in here and figured it was a decent place to put it.

I'll delete it and just create a new thread.
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I have a quick question. Do you have to follow the workout plans you list in the book? As long as I follow the diet and do my own workout plan I should start seeing results correct?
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Keeping this vaguely on-topic for the thread, there are limits to how much exercise (weights and cardio) you should do on RFL. Not much more to say other than "read the book", because its very clearly laid out there.

If you have a set routine which you can't/won't change, RFL may not be right for you.

If you have a decent routine and can make it work with the reduced volume/frequency for RFL, that should be fine. Although you might just be over-complicating things for no real benefit.

If you want to ask more detailed questions, I would start a new thread.
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