Thread: Diet is 90%
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Old 11-05-2011, 06:48 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
My point is that if you aren't training hard, your food intake is merely calories. It may be healthy calories, but it's just calories.
Yep I agree, I don't place nutrition nearly as important as training. Nutrition as far as I'm concerned for the majority of people is the easy part, sitting down and eating 3 squares and some snacks isn't hard. Despite common thinking on the subject gaining for beginners/intermediates doesn't need to be a hell of a lot more complicated than that.

On the other hand, how many people do you see in the gym (outside of M&B) consistently working hard on the basics? Unless you're in an exceptional gym the answer will be none to few.
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