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Old 10-13-2011, 09:12 AM   #11
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The take home message is that, if you are going to maximize muscle growth you have to minimize muscle loss, and maximize protein synthesis. Research clearly shows this is accomplished with heavy training, adequate calories, and very importantly high protein consumption. This means that meals containing more than 30 grams of protein will be the norm. Not to worry, all that protein will certainly be used effectively by the body.

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When people say "per sitting" it gives off the indication that they don't understand that digestion of food takes time...
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Train heavy, eat big.
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If you train hard and eat enough, there is no real need to get overly concerned with the minutea of diet.
The most valuable statement in strength sports !!
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