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  • 03/06/16--14:25: 18884
  • Anybody have these yet??


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  • 03/06/16--14:25: 18885
  • >>18883
    For every 10kg of fat lost 8.4kg is converted and excreted as carbon dioxide via the lungs, only 1.6kg becomes water.

    You may piss more, but your losing seven times more just through breathing.


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  • 03/06/16--14:25: 18886
  • >>18885
    Right, I found those figures too, but my question was in response to >>18882, who posited that the weight lost was mostly water content from food, not the water byproduct of using up fat.
    If it is fat burning, we're back to square 1. How can I lose 600 g of fat in 100 minutes?


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  • 03/06/16--14:25: 18887
  • >>18886
    Ok there's a few ways to approach the problem.

    Firstly: are you certain your scales are accurate? I had a hell of a time estimating my weight from malfunctioning electronic scales, sent for a replacement and now I see my weight accurately each day.

    Second: people forget that you lose water not only from urine and sweat, but from respiration. Gas exchange in your lungs is facilitated by constantly moist surfaces which need to be replenished. This is exactly why before sleeping at night you weight perhaps 200g more than when you wake in the morning even without appreciable loss from sweating: you lose water by breathing throughout the day, when exercising your respiration rate increases as does your sweating.

    Thirdly your heartrate monitor is in all likelihood giving you a ballpark estimate of calories burnt based on an average guy with average weight and average metabolic expenditure.
    180g weightloss through fat burning is therefore a poor estimate of the work your body is putting in, and a more accurate measure would be the METS scale which you would have to research to find out your personal reading for because I think the weight loss is based on your bodyweight which you expending energy to move and your resting metabolic rate and heartrate.

    So in closing: your scales may not be accurate, your water loss is in excess of your estimate, your calorific expenditure is greater than your estimate.
    Weight loss is a funny thing; I've begun my own regimen with comparable starting weight, addition of exercise and eating less (such as cutting out supper altogether for just 2 already modest meals per day) and I've lost 5kg in about 3 weeks 90.5Kg to 85.4Kg. I anticipate it will become harder to shed the last kilos approaching my goal of 71Kg which according to the rough values my fat measuring scales tell me would give me 12% bodyfat, a model's physique which I've never had and would boost my self-confidence.

    Good luck bro, I'm rooting for you too.


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  • 03/06/16--14:25: 18888
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  • 03/06/16--14:25: 18889
  • >>18887
    >Firstly: are you certain your scales are accurate? I had a hell of a time estimating my weight from malfunctioning electronic scales, sent for a replacement and now I see my weight accurately each day.
    I think it is. Sometimes when placed on an uneven surface it does this weird thing where the weight oscillates between two values, but I'm confident it's accurate to within 250 g.

    >you lose water by breathing throughout the day, when exercising your respiration rate increases as does your sweating
    Since on hot days I need to drink around a liter per hour or more, I'd expect the vast majority of the sweat and respiration moisture to come from that.

    >Thirdly your heartrate monitor is in all likelihood giving you a ballpark estimate of calories burnt based on an average guy with average weight and average metabolic expenditure.
    Well, it does take my age, weight, and I think height as input. It doesn't seem all that hard to get a good-enough estimate from that information. I think it's reasonable to expect that the actual expenditure will be at least half the reported value and at most twice that.

    >So in closing: your scales may not be accurate, your water loss is in excess of your estimate, your calorific expenditure is greater than your estimate.
    That's my only guess. Perhaps the basal metabolic rate is jacked up. I read that energy continues to be used up in repairing damage even when not exercising.

    >I've lost 5kg in about 3 weeks 90.5Kg to 85.4Kg. I anticipate it will become harder to shed the last kilos approaching my goal of 71Kg
    Kudos, man. Back in 2010 I went from 106 kg to 85 kg in six months. When I was losing weight fastest it was at roughly the same rate as you, around 6 kg/month. That was before I started exercising regularly, so I plateaued before reaching my goal of 80 kg. Yes, if you maintain the same routine for a long time your body adapts and it takes longer to lose the same weight.
    I do believe, however, that if you can keep your metabolism high enough you can convince your body not to hang on to anything, although it might take a lot of daily exercise.


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  • 03/07/16--14:37: 18890
  • Someone have the dvd of paul carter and john meadow Building The Beast?


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  • 03/07/16--14:37: 18891
  • could someone please upload the average to savage spreadsheet by greg nuckols, thanks!


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  • 03/08/16--14:45: 18892
  • Did anyone manage to get Tim Henriques rewrite of the Prilepin charts that he tailored for powerlifting? It was only available during his bit in the online powerlifting summit last week.


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  • 03/08/16--14:45: 18893
  • if someone wants the pdf files, contact me here -> nate.drake93@gmail.com

    I'll sell it for 10 bucks


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  • 03/09/16--14:46: 18894
  • requesting
    "Muscle and Strength Pyramids" by Eric Helms?
    "The Fat Loss Prescription dr spencer"
    alan aragon aarr upto date


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  • 03/09/16--14:46: 18895
  • Fucking kidding?!
    Man, this place is for sharing...


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  • 03/09/16--14:46: 18896
  • >>18893
    this place is for sharing.


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  • 03/09/16--14:46: 18897
  • Does anyone have built to the hilt volume 2 by Josh Bryant?


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  • 03/09/16--14:46: 18898
  • Michael Matthews

    Bigger Leaner Stronger 2nd ed. or 1rst ed. if you don't have the 2nd.

    Thank you.


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  • 03/09/16--14:46: 18899
  • I have an original idea:
    Let's try to put together all Diesel Squat Hacks files.
    I know someone has already uploaded them, but it seems like some of them are corrupted.
    Here are missing ones:

    diesel-squat-hacks-introduction
    diesel-squat-hacks-mobility-adductor-wall-stretch
    diesel-squat-hacks-mobility-ankle-hip-mobility-drills-on-box
    diesel-squat-hacks-mobility-band-resisted-ankle-mobility-1
    diesel-squat-hacks-mobility-tactical-frog
    diesel-squat-hacks-patterning-amosov-squats
    diesel-squat-hacks-patterning-how-to-squat
    diesel-squat-hacks-programming

    If it works ,I can upload the wholeness.
    (That will be easy :-) )


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  • 03/10/16--15:15: 18900
  • hello


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  • 03/10/16--15:15: 18901
  • will drop scientific principles for thoughtful pursuit of strength or blaine sumner's gorilla warfare


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  • 03/10/16--15:15: 18902
  • Can i have Alan Aragon Research Review stuff and Examine updated guide.
    Ill put up Muscle and Strength Pyramids


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