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Old 05-12-2013, 05:24 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by CODY_SNIDER View Post
I talked to Donnie Thompson about this once. He gained all his weight by only eating a few meals a day. Just very very large meals! And took in protein shakes in between. Only eating a couple meals slowed his metabolism down. He also trained like a mad man for hours on end so this could be his answer for staying leanish. He is one of the most muscular people I have ever seen
Every large mammal I know did this. Large meals, hours of training.

Training in an hour and eating big will get you fat.

Think about heavy compound movements where you take 3-5 mins between sets. Imagine the weights you could be pushing if you did that with your assistance work. That combined with food would equal growth.
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