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Old 04-24-2013, 12:30 AM   #4
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Honestly, I think almost everyone should be tracking their calories and protein, unless they don't really care about fat gain. No reason not to be, it takes very little effort, it just has become a habit.

Carbs/Fats are energy sources, not a big deal if you go high or low as long as have both, but protein and total calories are good to know. If your trying to add mass or cut you want to make continuous progress and not to fast to risk fat gain/muscle lose (cut).
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