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Have you applied leangaines to a portion or all of your diet / workout?

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Created October 29, 2011 at 8:18 AM

Have you applied leangaines to a portion or all of your diet / workout?

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on October 29, 2011
at 11:44 AM

Next day after drinking I try to IF all day and eat only one meal. I IF every day for 16 hours and used to only eat fruit and sweet potatoes as my main carbs on workout days. I have now opened the door to rice, bread, and regular potatoes.

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on October 29, 2011
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Count me in for partial on both accounts. I love his philosophy on working out. I happen to think his concept of fuckarounditis should basically be gospel in the weight room. Mostly because I spent my youth doing set after set of curls and chest flys from multiple angles for an absurd quantity of 'reps' because my plastic-cement-filled weights were only rivaled in their inadequadaquency by my knowledge at that time.

As far as the intermittent diet part goes, I rarely eat before 5pm. However I mostly eat paleo except for a few slip-ups on weekends. Still it helps me to maintain or see a weight loss that is slow but gradual depending on my compliance. One thing I can't deny though is the nearly 25% increase of my deadlift in what seems like only a handful of very brief workouts.

One complaint I've got though, I do the majority of my workout in my driveway. I already bought an additional pair of 45lb. plates and now I need another, I hope to get my deadlift over 2x bodyweight by my birthday in April.

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