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Old 12-27-2011, 10:47 AM   #3
Rich Knapp
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I'm presently bulking so my macro's are as follows:
Pro 175
Fats and Carbs very by the days activities. (Average: Fats 40g, carbs 250).

I am also very sedentary and arms burn 2/3's less cals than legs do as far as my daily needs.

Being 80-100% wheelchair my legs burn nothing in cals compared to someone that only walks.


I just switched my rotation to a
Chest,Bi.
Back, Tri.
Delt, Core

2 warm up sets
3 working sets between 5-10 rep range
2 saturation sets around 15-20 range.

I am also a very instinctive bodybuilder. I do what the body feels it needs and can do.
I start each w/o with a base plan and tweek it as my body tells me.
I may use the same weight this week but do my reps a lot slower or more of them. Getting older and training for a longer time, gains are not just over all weight lifted per rep. If you get more reps or at a slower tempo, its a gain and progress.
I track everything on Pro Track 2008 to make sure I am not back sliding.
When I cut for a show I hit my macro's on the money right down to the gram. I just came off 2 years of doing shows and guest posing and never going off my macro's other than a planed cheat day during the whole 2 years.
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