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Old 04-24-2013, 12:20 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by Corcioch View Post
Great tables . . . .are there any guidelines to figure out if im mid or high level activity?

Training 4 days a week. shift worker with a reasonably active job . . .

Thanks
Start with the lower end if your worried about fat gain... the whole point is to keep a log of what you eat.. that way you just add/subtract calories to move up or down in weight at any point in training, 1 month form now, or 5 years.

These are nice charts, hadn't seen them before.
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