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  • 11/20/15--15:18: 18647
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  • 11/21/15--22:45: 18648
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  • 11/21/15--22:45: 18649
  • Does anyone have Alan Thrall's Basic Program?


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  • 11/21/15--22:45: 18650
  • >>2059
    anyone have the convict conditioning training log??? please upload, thank in advance


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  • 11/22/15--23:26: 18651
  • >>2059
    Looking for:
    1)Girth Control: The Science of Fat Loss & Muscle Gain by Alan Aragon

    2)Alan Aragon's Research Review collection

    Thanks guys


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  • 11/22/15--23:26: 18652
  • >>2059
    Metroflex Gym Powerbuilding Basics by Josh Bryant

    thanks


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  • 11/27/15--13:37: 18653
  • Fix My knee pain

    http://dropcanvas.com/#pH4Hbss2mkp3ap

    If anyone has any more Mountaindog programs, that would be appreciated!
    The dropcanvas with program 11 is no longer working :/


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  • 11/27/15--13:37: 18654
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  • 11/27/15--13:37: 18655
  • I'm gonna sound like a fucking autist, but why can't I see any progress after two months of going to the gym? I try going twice or thrice a week and use 6-7 machines (T-bar, chest fly, biceps curls etc). I usually do 3-4 reps. After, let's say, 40 mins I do 15-20 mins cardio. I just don't see any change whatsoever on myself. Where do I fuck it up?


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  • 11/27/15--13:37: 18656
  • >>18630
    Wasn't that site written by some vegan advocate?

    OP, keto isn't bad, but I definitely suggest that you eat it with the long term in mind rather than eat it on and off just to lose weight. I'm going to use some broscience, but it works for me, and there are studies out there you could cite. Keto is not intended for performance sports, even if you use cyclical or targeted carb loading. It simply doesn't fill up your muscle glycogen sufficiently fast, and any high intensity activity will begin to catabolize your muscle. A lot of keto's weight loss comes from 1. taking out water weight, 2. controlling appetite. The latter is probably the most important part of keto and why it works so often, especially for the diagnosed obese. I find that on keto, I don't think about food quite as much, although I'm pretty sure the "more energy off of fats deal" is pretty much placebo. You won't feel weak or foggy after you're fat-adapted (it can take up to 3 weeks for this to occur), but you certainly will not have the same amount of energy as if you were eating maintainence.
    Blood panels typically turn up okay once you are fat-adapted, I would say blood panels may be of the least concern because keto typically makes you consume slightly more fats and proteins (to retain muscle) and simply cut out carbohydrates whilst replacing it with fibrous vegetables. This reduces LDL while increasing HDL, and triglycerides go way down. You shouldn't be eating significantly more saturated fats than before. The most scary palpitation I got was when I was running a 10k and got potassium deficiency from the amount of sweat I was losing. You need to make sure you are supplemented, which is the main hassle of keto - consume more than enough sodium and potassium.

    Typically the good parts of keto comes from making portion control quite easy and reducing controlling leptin. In my opinion, those who claim "insulin resistance" or "muh ketones" are ignoring the fact that dropping carbs down to about 100g a day can do just the same (and consuming more whole grains/fiber/low GI foods). IR, however, has less of a negative impact in keto dieters due to the fact that very little glucose is consumed anyway, only some are created by metabolizing fatty acids and most energy composed by excess ketones.

    My main concern is that ketogenic diets are displayed as "the diet" which leads to a lot of cycling and "bulking and cutting" which simply eliminates any positive effects of ketosis. Ketosis can be done, but you definitely should be braced for the long run, lest you want to gain weight back and then some.


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  • 11/27/15--13:37: 18657
  • Does anyone have Supertraining 6th Edition and Special Strength Training: Manual
    for Coaches(2011)?


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  • 11/27/15--13:37: 18658
  • anyone get their hands on Renaissance Woman by Renaissance Periodization, yet?


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  • 11/27/15--13:37: 18659
  • >>2059
    I realize this just got released, but it would be great to have it:
    NSCA Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning 4th Edition With Web Resource


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  • 11/27/15--13:37: 18660
  • The Complete Over Training Total Body Program EBOOK. If anyone has this Ebook. It would help a lot for me thank you


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  • 11/27/15--13:37: 18661
  • >>18655
    What are your goals and what does your diet look like?


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  • 11/27/15--13:37: 18662
  • >>15749
    you are amazing. any chance you would upload this again, it's expired


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  • 11/27/15--13:37: 18663
  • >>15749
    you are amazing. any chance you would upload this again, it's expired


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  • 11/27/15--13:37: 18664
  • >>15749
    you are amazing. any chance you would upload this again, it's expired


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  • 11/30/15--13:56: 18665
  • >>18627

    drpcanvas.com/87cw3o

    re up program 11 please!

    I might buy program 21.


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  • 11/30/15--13:56: 18666
  • Can anyone share Principles and Practice of Resistance Training by Mike and Meg Stone and/or Periodization, 5th edition by Tudor Bompa?


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