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Old 08-02-2010, 09:23 AM   #11
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Just eat sensibly. There's no reason to put on tons of fat, but there's no reason to eat like a pigeon either because that won't get you anywhere if you want to put on muscle.
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I generally stay with in 15% B/F. I can tell when I'm getting there because my arm's are the last place to get fatty. So when this happens I drop by carbs for a mini cut. Keeping in the 15% or less it is enough for me to gain but yet low enough that cutting is that long.
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Like Sneezzy said- just eat smart! If you feel like you are gaining too much fat then cut back, if you're happy with your progress- keep it up!
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