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Old 02-11-2011, 08:13 AM   #45
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Well im actually going to follow the dieting split given in the video posted and made by Elliot. BUT I'm going to incorporate Russell Branjord's plan about eating carbs only at night or for your last 1-2 meals. Do a little mix and match here. My hypothesis on the matter is, tremendous amounts of fat loss within the first 4-6 weeks, then probably moving in to absolutely no fat loss. Here I will switch things up and take Russell's approach away from the equation and give that a shot for a couple weeks, if fat loss doesn't occur I will go back to his approach and switch Elliots plan a little bit.

Should be an exciting diet season lol.
Interesting. I have not had time to watch the video and have read Branjord's material. I have been following the leangains.com morning training protocol. No loss of energy, strength is good, gonna do some measurements today. Weight has stayed pretty much the same, I am hoping for a loss in BF and increase in lean mass. We shall see. I love the process, as it fits my lifestyle so well, just curious about the results.
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