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Old 05-06-2013, 08:33 PM   #105
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Originally Posted by fenrisulfr View Post
Was just curious thanks for sharing all that. Just wondering if you feel your cbl experience was positive or not. I truly feel IF is good for cutting and nothing else. I feel I'm gaining strength and hopefully recomping myself with cbl.
Yeah IF definitely shines for cutting and hunger suppression but for people who struggle eating in a condensed window, it's probably not ideal for bulking. I like to 12-14 hr fasting that comes with cbl. It's nice drinking coffee and coconut oil in the morning lol and eating a nice fatty lunch.

I've always kind of eating in a cbl style even when I ate IF-style but now that I'm more in tune and a but stricter with my pre workout and post workout choice I can definitely see this as a general approach towards eating indefinitely.

It seems like with cbl I can bulk with more cals and not gain weight as quickly lol. Then again this is my highest volume routine yet so carbs are definitely crucial for the program I'm running IMO.

Thanks for following along and asking questions brother
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