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BendtheBar 10-27-2012 08:15 AM

Bodybuilding Bounce Back
 
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Jerome Dinh, a local bodybuilder I had the pleasure of meeting a few years ago, competed this past weekend. He took a scale measurement and found he was up 29 pounds since Saturday.

Believe it or not, this is a fairly common bounce back after guys get super-shredded and follow it with a cheat week.

Shows you how darn near impossible it is to stay in that form of peak conditioning.

http://muscleandbrawn.com/forums/att...1&d=1351343694

Rich Knapp 10-27-2012 08:34 AM

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Jerome Dinh

Ok weighed myself again...so im 201.2lbs...GAINED 29lbs since last Saturday! Now that the super anabolic week is over...enough shit food and rest...TIME TO WERK FOR 2013 competitions!!
That 1st post week the body starves for carbs and water, and is a spunge. Very high % of our weight gain comes from that. Then we are right back to counting macro's.

A day to week of eating like crap for the taste after all the weeks to months of cutting, then its back to reverse dieting bringing macro's up slow to prevent as much fat to muscle gains as we can. I hope people don't think by the post he put on 29lb of fat. lol Far from it.

To understand a post like this people should follow Jeromes full show prep. He is a true macro manipulator. :)

I'm not disagreeing with Steve. It Is very hard and takes dedication, but at the same time I don't want people to also miss understand the weight gain as fat and assume we throw on lbs of fat post show.

BendtheBar 10-27-2012 08:47 AM

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Originally Posted by Rich Knapp (Post 288042)
I hope people don't think by the post he put on 29lb of fat. lol Far from it.

That reminds me of the younger lifters that go on cutting diets, get off, have a bad weekend, and think their "bulk" has given them 15 pounds of fat gain :)

Rich Knapp 10-27-2012 08:53 AM

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Originally Posted by BendtheBar (Post 288046)
That reminds me of the younger lifters that go on cutting diets, get off, have a bad weekend, and think their "bulk" has given them 15 pounds of fat gain :)

Yep. Not enough info out there on how much fat or muscle the human body can max produce in a week or month. Let alone a day or two. ;)

Just like the sodium make you retain water. lol Ya it does, IF your not getting as much water on a normal rutein as you should.


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