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Old 12-06-2011, 10:21 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
On a similar note, someone pissed in a thread last night about eating after lifting, calling it meal timing nonsense.

What point does not eating when you are really hungry serve? It's certainly not optimal for muscle and strength building. I thought it was simply common sense to eat when I was most hungry.

I understand the desire to tip the bodybuilding world on it's end, but hunger is hunger.
Oh my goodness, yes! After a few of my deadlift or squat sessions I can't seem to eat enough to feel normal again. Your body is telling you something when it's THAT hungry.
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