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Old 08-06-2012, 02:47 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by Trevor Lane View Post
Another point that is obviously missed by those who thing that eating the same as a elite athlete will make them the same is the work. Depending on the sport, some of these folks consume 7-10 thousand cals daily and may or may not care what the source (again sport dependent), but they are also burning many more thousands than even the "very active" in our midst.
Good point.

There were points in my life where I was lifting, running, playing basketball, table tennis, having sex 2.3 times per day, walking across campus 4 times over on a daily basis, etc., and I could eat as much of anything I wanted and still barely gain weight.

I still think I was a couple thousand cals below what some of these folks eat.
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