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Old 03-06-2014, 04:15 AM   #8
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The body doesn't work on a 24 hour cycle. It's a waste of time. I did it for a couple years and looking back I just made things more complicated then it needed to be. You want to have eaten well the day of the training session AND the day BEFORE a training session. If you don't have a training session coming up at that point it would make sense to eat less. I train W/F/S and eat like 700 or so less on M since i'm not recovering or have a training session.
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