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    Fueling for fat loss?

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    How would i fuel for fat loss for a Poliquin training. Stats: 13.8% bf Male, 22, 79.2kg, 5 ft 10"

    Program is Poliquins time under tension FUNCTIONAL HYPERTROPHY. I had a bio sig done. Cortisol levels and estro levels are prominant umbilical, hamstring/upper thigh, triceps, calves spots.

    Umbilical is cort, triceps, hamstrings are estrogen and calves are sleep.

    Would like to get down to 10%.

    Fueling wise for food? I do a 5km run in 21 minutes after 4 of my 5 sessions per week. other 2 days are recovery and just normal activities. I work as a lawyer in training (law clerk) and studying full time at Uni. Money for food and supplementation to help is no problem...

    PLEASE HELP ALL

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    Thanks JS.
    Training is 5 days week.
    Torso (chest and back)
    Legs
    Arms
    Shoulders and abs

    Repeat... 2 days rest ONLY.
    Consists of 2 trisets groups for the muscle. Example Chest triset with a tempo to build muscle/burn fat. Exercise 1 is 7 reps, 2 is 10, exercise 3 of triset is 10. 4 sets before moving onto triset number 2.
    Then 5km run in under 22mins at most

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    they are broad vids Broski...
    talks about fat loss mechanism... Im looking for nutrition help

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbtshoessalecheap View Post
    MBT Women's Kipimo ClogThe clog cheap north face outlets kind of shoe is coming back again in a very tremendous way and Mbt is in advance of your pack as normal. The Kipimo model is fantastic for training from the lawn,jogging a number of errands, or perhaps slipping on if you are within a hurry.
    You should really do your research before linking SPAM on this site. Paleo folks are into minimalist shoes. MTB shoes are about the exact opposite of that. Clueless.

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    Help?

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    leangains ...

    and what is your daily diet?

    also, not many here will agree with the 5k run 4 times a week .. chronic cardio nearly
    started at 310 July 23rd 2011 ... workin and workin!

    my journal - http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread34980.html




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    Quote Originally Posted by runner_79 View Post
    they are broad vids Broski...
    talks about fat loss mechanism... Im looking for nutrition help
    More on carbohydrate and endurance sports | THAT PALEO GUY

    http://www.nutritionandmetabolism.com/content/1/1/2
    Last edited by js290; 02-22-2012 at 11:36 AM.

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    Diet: strict paleo!!!
    2 oz nuts per day
    Bacon egg whites tomato brekky
    Chicken and big asS salad for lunch
    Dinner: lean protein and veggies (sweet potato if I train)

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    Quote Originally Posted by touchdowntodd View Post
    leangains ...

    and what is your daily diet?

    also, not many here will agree with the 5k run 4 times a week .. chronic cardio nearly
    +1, check out leangains.com, sounds like you fit the profile (i.e. at a reasonable BF% but wanting to push lower) for some intermittent fasting. good luck.

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