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January 8, 2013 12:23 PM
I guess you had to find a new job after they cancelled your show

http://tv.yahoo.com/news/-jersey-shore--canceled.html
  914777
January 8, 2013 12:23 PM
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I don't make a habit of following random people home from the gym, so I have no idea what they eat.





ahhaahhahahhahahah lmao
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January 8, 2013 12:23 PM
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How many times have you seen people go to the gym and work their asses off... only to stop at Wendy's or Mcdonald's after their workouts. Come on people, your body wants clean food! Or how many times have you heard "I'm not seeing any results" I ask what they had to eat for lunch and they say "I had to run to Arbys because I didn't bring my lunch."

You are what you eat! Sorry just venting a little lol.


I think you have a point in one way. Many people think "oh, I've done 30 mins on the treadmill today so I can eat that muffin, with a large order of fries with a burger on the side" and then wonder why they don't see the results they want. It's difficult to out exercise a bad diet.

I also think that it's true that your body prefers "clean" food in that it craves items that provide it with the necessary nutrition and makes success more likely.

Having said that it's not necessary to eat clean to achieve great results. This is what Chazz Weaver looked like after 30 days of eating nothing but McDonalds:

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January 8, 2013 12:23 PM
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Still waiting to hear what your RMs are


RMs?


*snickersnort*


I'll help him out.

Rep Max.

Now you're like a Super Certified Trainer! You can raise your rates!
January 8, 2013 12:23 PM
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I get it, all of you that are freaking out arguing like to be over weight. thats fine. Just dont complain that you dont see results is all. If you want results get your diet in check and your water intake in check. that is all

Son, most of the people rebuking your claims are in peak physical condition.


Check yo' self before you wreck yo' self.


peak physical condition? i think not, that would require eating healthy foods
January 8, 2013 12:24 PM
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I do it plenty. Eat big, lift big.

And I don't know you, so I certainly don't care what you think.


Highly doubful you "lift big." but have a nice day


BRO, do you even lift!?


lol, nope


This guy curls in the rack for sure.



yep and i have arm day every other day....


Wow, I don't lift, and even I caught that one.
  5503108
January 8, 2013 12:25 PM
Okay, hold up, everybody. When I do work out, I try (and the operative word really is try) my best NOT to go all fast food, fat food, and everything else afterward. Sometimes, though, depending on where I am, there may not be a choice in the matter. When that does happen, I try to get the foods with the LEAST sodium, fat, and carbs and go for the SMALLEST possible portions. I do understand at those places it doesn't take much to mess things up. I usually like to go to the buffet restaurants. Why? Wider choices, and I have NO trouble controlling the portions. bigsmile
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January 8, 2013 12:25 PM
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Still waiting to hear what your RMs are


RMs?


*snickersnort*


I'll help him out.

Rep Max.

Now you're like a Super Certified Trainer! You can raise your rates!


LMAO, i dont lift remember? but if i DID it would look something like this:

Flat Raw Bench 1X 405lbs
Squat 1x 385lbs

and i do curls in front of the mirror every day...
January 8, 2013 12:25 PM
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I get it, all of you that are freaking out arguing like to be over weight. thats fine. Just dont complain that you dont see results is all. If you want results get your diet in check and your water intake in check. that is all

Son, most of the people rebuking your claims are in peak physical condition.


Check yo' self before you wreck yo' self.


peak physical condition? i think not, that would require eating healthy foods


Only in your mind
  10932653
January 8, 2013 12:26 PM
I agree and disagree. I think it depends on what you eat. Mickey D's has some healthy options (grilled chicken wrap comes to mind) that will give you a nice boost if you are starving after the gym without to much crap. Sometimes if I am hungry before I grocery shop I grab one of these and it prevents me from buying crap at the store just because I am hungry.
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January 8, 2013 12:26 PM
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I get it, all of you that are freaking out arguing like to be over weight. thats fine. Just dont complain that you dont see results is all. If you want results get your diet in check and your water intake in check. that is all

Son, most of the people rebuking your claims are in peak physical condition.


Check yo' self before you wreck yo' self.


peak physical condition? i think not, that would require eating healthy foods


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Edited by sjohnny On January 8, 2013 12:27 PM
  914777
January 8, 2013 12:26 PM
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*Prepares for epic clean v. non-clean battle*


I know, grab some popcorn right?

^^^ This. Wait... is popcorn clean?
  13635760
January 8, 2013 12:26 PM
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I don't see a problem with it assuming it fits their macros and calories and does not mean that the rest of their diet it nutrient deficient as a result. I see people on my FL eating that all the time - they still get results.

http://www.wannabebig.com/diet-and-nutrition/the-dirt-on-clean-eating/

http://www.bodyrecomposition.com/nutrition/excluding-the-middle.html


I really liked that "the dirt on eating clean" article. Thanks!!
January 8, 2013 12:27 PM
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I get it, all of you that are freaking out arguing like to be over weight. thats fine. Just dont complain that you dont see results is all. If you want results get your diet in check and your water intake in check. that is all

Son, most of the people rebuking your claims are in peak physical condition.


Check yo' self before you wreck yo' self.


peak physical condition? i think not, that would require eating healthy foods


look we all know that you are "better" than us, so just leave. obviously you don't need to be on MFP since you are a "personal trainer"
January 8, 2013 12:27 PM
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Congrats on being so perfect that you are able to judge everyone else's fitness habits because your way is the only way.

It's nobodys business but my own what I eat and it's none of my business what anyone else eats and the same goes for you. I can understand your frustration, though. When I had to follow a strict meal plan, I would get angry at people who were eating junk food and crap when I couldn't. But that was my problem, not theirs. And this is your issue, not theirs.

Unless someone has hired you to be their food coach and you personally know their full health history, daily diet, work out schedule, etc..., then it's none of your concern what they eat and you are not in any position to judge. FYI - I'm going to have cheesy tots from Burger King today. And given that I've lost 84 pounds, have low blood pressure, low cholesterol, average bodyfat percentage, have amazed my doctor with my success and am smaller than I was in high school, I think I'll be just fine.


We could be twins!!! flowerforyou

Quite honestly, there are days when I work out harder so that I CAN enjoy that meal at Five Guys/McD's/local pizza joint. The OP needs to get that barbell out of his arse and face it -- this is real life. It isn't religion... there is no "one true way."

Whatevs, OP... best of luck to you. You're gonna need it.
  2790670
January 8, 2013 12:27 PM
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How many times have you seen people go to the gym and work their asses off... only to stop at Wendy's or Mcdonald's after their workouts. Come on people, your body wants clean food! Or how many times have you heard "I'm not seeing any results" I ask what they had to eat for lunch and they say "I had to run to Arbys because I didn't bring my lunch."

You are what you eat! Sorry just venting a little lol.


I think you have a point in one way. Many people think "oh, I've done 30 mins on the treadmill today so I can eat that muffin, with a large order of fries with a burger on the side" and then wonder why they don't see the results they want. It's difficult to out exercise a bad diet.

I also think that it's true that your body prefers "clean" food in that it craves items that provide it with the necessary nutrition and makes success more likely.

Having said that it's not necessary to eat clean to achieve great results. This is what Chazz Weaver looked like after 30 days of eating nothing but McDonalds:

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Thanks for your reply!
January 8, 2013 12:27 PM
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January 8, 2013 12:27 PM
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Still waiting to hear what your RMs are


RMs?


*snickersnort*


I'll help him out.

Rep Max.

Now you're like a Super Certified Trainer! You can raise your rates!


LMAO, i dont lift remember? but if i DID it would look something like this:

Flat Raw Bench 1X 405lbs
Squat 1x 385lbs

and i do curls in front of the mirror every day...


Really are you trying to make this easy. Your doing curls infront of the mirror are you telling yourself how totally awesome your are to noway
  10932653
January 8, 2013 12:28 PM
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Still waiting to hear what your RMs are


RMs?


*snickersnort*


I'll help him out.

Rep Max.

Now you're like a Super Certified Trainer! You can raise your rates!


LMAO, i dont lift remember? but if i DID it would look something like this:

Flat Raw Bench 1X 405lbs
Squat 1x 385lbs

and i do curls in front of the mirror every day...

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doesnt have 6%BF squats 10x315
Edited by Blastastic On January 8, 2013 12:28 PM
January 8, 2013 12:29 PM
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Where'd you get the tat on your right shoulder?

And what are your RMs?


Ive got a good friend that does them for me
January 8, 2013 12:29 PM
Why are other people's eating habits any of your business? How does someone going out for fast food after a workout affect you? huh
January 8, 2013 12:29 PM
I lost 100 lbs n didn't cut out fast food completely... I do chose healthier options like grilled chicken n yogurt or turkey wrap... I will admit I did cut out anything fried but then again its not a big deal to me. Eating clean isn't THE ONLY WAY. Just sayin
  8892108
January 8, 2013 12:30 PM
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I get it, all of you that are freaking out arguing like to be over weight. thats fine. Just dont complain that you dont see results is all. If you want results get your diet in check and your water intake in check. that is all

Son, most of the people rebuking your claims are in peak physical condition.


Check yo' self before you wreck yo' self.


peak physical condition? i think not, that would require eating healthy foods


Why do you care what others eat?!? Obviously you need glasses because you can't see how great the ones you are arguing with look. I would just shut up now if I were you (btw, I'm glad I'm not.)
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January 8, 2013 12:30 PM
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  914777
January 8, 2013 12:30 PM
Honestly, there are occasions when I leave the gym and go to McDonalds, or Chick Fil A, but to order a salad. I absolutely loooooove the salad from Chick Fil A and even the salads at McDonalds. They both more than fit into my calorie/macronutrient needs in my daily regimine. And quite frankly, if someone wants to go eat fast food after a workout, who cares! That's them and I can't worry about others when I'm trying to get myself right.
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