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Old 10-27-2010, 02:45 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by andys_trim View Post
...if you are going to bulk to put on muscle, you will put on fat. It is inevitable and is part of the game...
I think this is what I was looking to hear someone say. You will gain fat, and hopefully muscle, with bulking.

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...I plan on eating a little above my maintenance calorie levels...
This makes good sense to me. I do beleive you have to eat above maintenance for gains. It's just the "how much?" that eludes me.

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...If you have trouble losing weight I would stay away from it and find an alternate route.
Have no trouble here. Go to bed @ 170-172 wake up @ 163-166 like clockwork. How the hell do you lose weight in your sleep???

Thanks for the pointers.
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