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» Dan Green coming to the UK (Go to post)14-02-2016 @ 17:22 
Few of you might be interested

https://www.instagram.com/p/BBxlWUAtras/
» 'I don't train legs because...' (Go to post)13-02-2016 @ 20:16 
"Get plenty of work on the pedals"

Taxi driver.
» Wireless headphones (Go to post)05-02-2016 @ 21:02 
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kinivo-BTH240-Bluetooth-Stereo-Headpho...

I got those, would recommend.
» Frank Bruno comeback... ? (Go to post)04-02-2016 @ 22:06 
He's a national treasure. I hope he finds peace in something else.
» Insula catches up with Ed Coan (Go to post)21-01-2016 @ 21:58 
Just a bit of deca, what's the big deal right.
» Insula catches up with Ed Coan (Go to post)21-01-2016 @ 19:19 
little_a said:Didn't Tom beat his DL? Or one of them?


Tom should do the seminar. Then we can all attend with a clear conscience.
» Insula catches up with Ed Coan (Go to post)21-01-2016 @ 19:18 
Cmon it's Eddie!
» How many sets..... (Go to post)17-01-2016 @ 19:31 
Probably better to ask how many sets across the week, imo.

Less volume across multiple/every day or a lot more volume on one day a week, two different strategies on either end of the spectrum.

How strong you are also effects this. Tom only does 1 working set, but the warm ups he does are most than what a lot of guys max with so his volume racks up regardless.
» Macros? (Go to post)15-01-2016 @ 17:52 
ChrisMcCarthy said:
Assuming he is eating 3,000 cals a day then 40% is 1,200 cals of fat, or around 130 grams. To be getting 60 grams a day at the given ratios he would need to be on 1,350 calories a day.
Did you read the post as 40/40/20 C/P/F or am I missing something?


D'oh, I did read it as 20F. My bad.
» Macros? (Go to post)14-01-2016 @ 19:58 
The way that I did it was just to track my calories and eat basically however the f**k I wanted to eat, and then compared how I felt alongside studies/recommendations to work out what was best for me.

I didn't have some goal number in my head. In reality I work very much like Iain except I don't even really track protein. I put the stuff in MFP, that tracks it for me, and every now and then I'll check to see how I'm doing.

Eat for health and feeling good imo. I track it, because I enjoy the data and the numbers, and it gives me a reference point for what feels good to me if I get off track.
» Macros? (Go to post)14-01-2016 @ 19:56 
Steve said:
Sorry what's 60g a low number for? (it's a long time since I've been anywhere near 200lbs - just under 75kg - hopefully low 70kgs by the summer)


Fat. Sorry I wasn't clear.
» Macros? (Go to post)14-01-2016 @ 17:46 
Steve said:Not sure whether it good or bad but I seem to default to around 40% fat, 40% carbs and 20% protein with carbs increasing when total intake goes over 3,000


Works out to be about 60g, I'd say you're riding the minimum there for a 200lbs or so man. 80-120g is a better number.

Personally I prefer fats a bit higher, more like 160-180.

180/180/180g of P/F/C for about 3k cals has me feeling pretty good.
» WTF!? Loal (Go to post)13-01-2016 @ 10:16 
Travis got old.
» Crossfit (Go to post)09-01-2016 @ 17:44 
unit94 said:Crossfitters do crossfit. They dont do the wods from the site or just random s**t all the time but they do train crossfit.


You have to train your sport. I'm not saying they don't train Crossfit.

But the randomness just isn't there with high level Crossfitters. There is a plan which takes from A to B. Just like if you wanted to improve your Log Press, you'd have some sort of plan not do a bunch of haphazard s**t. With the goals of Crossfit being quite varied you see some interesting training methods.

Every interview I've read, every routine I've seen from high level Crossfitters has them talking about training blocks, short term goals, periodisation. It's not the same as turning up to your box and doing "stuff" for the day. That's my point.
» CNS WTF? (Go to post)07-01-2016 @ 21:22 
Post Edited: 07.01.2016 @ 21:22 PM by Fazc
McMuffin_Gains said:
Faz does have a point as it is the nervous system as a whole that can become fatigued but people tend to use CNS as a generalisation/probably don't fully understand what they are talking about


I was just making a joke cos PNS sounds like penis...

But apparently you're all too high brow for penis jokes. f**k you Sugden,

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