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January 8, 2013 12:43 PM
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DIDNT REALIZE HOW SENSITIVE PEOPLE ON THESE KINDS OF SITES WERE.


These kinds of sites? huh

Well if people are less sensitive elsewhere, then maybe you should take your campaign to save the masses elsewhere!
  7030416
January 8, 2013 12:43 PM
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why are all of your friends women? does your partner get mad when you talk to other guys?


good one, was that a gay joke?
January 8, 2013 12:43 PM
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DIDNT REALIZE HOW SENSITIVE PEOPLE ON THESE KINDS OF SITES WERE.


What kind of site do you think this is? It's a FITNESS site, it says it in the name, ya know.
January 8, 2013 12:43 PM
LOL! My thoughts too!
January 8, 2013 12:43 PM
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DIDNT REALIZE HOW SENSITIVE PEOPLE ON THESE KINDS OF SITES WERE.


Not sensitive just not into the "holier than thou you must eat xyz because I said so" rants.
January 8, 2013 12:43 PM
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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


But you don't look like him. Your argument is invalid. tongue

Edited to retract the above argument and state that since you're not the OP, your argument is invalid.




I might not be "muscle mama" but I'm certainly not over weight! And wouldn't be even if I did decide to eat a big Mac n fries... even after a workout
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January 8, 2013 12:44 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...


better start working on your legs bro!


that's what I was thinking . . . B-Gawk!
January 8, 2013 12:44 PM
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This was my "post workout recovery drink" after my first half marathon. I also had a couple slices of pizza, a bunch of cheese and crackers and a whole lot more beer. I got up at 7:00 the next morning and ran a couple miles. Maybe because this worked for me I should proselytize on the benefits of high ABV beer and pizza and cheese after a workout.
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I will vouch for the the benefits of high ABV beer and pizza and cheese after a work out. At least that's what my now-husband and I went straight for after a week long backpacking trip (which is where he proposed). I don't think I would have been properly refueled after that trip if we'd stoped at a whole pizza and a few pints of stout a piece, though. I at least had to follow it up with a basket of fried smelt.


BOOM! Peer reviewed again!


Never got into drinking alcohol. I just figured if i were to consume 10 beers = over 1,000 EMPTY calories. Id rather have something nutritional.


Wrong beers. The one in that picture is about 500 calories for the one 12 ouncer. And it's delicious.


thats a sh*t load of calories for 12 oz.
January 8, 2013 12:44 PM
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*Prepares for epic clean v. non-clean battle*


I know, grab some popcorn right?


Only if its air popped. I'm watching my figure.
  34174172
January 8, 2013 12:44 PM
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DIDNT REALIZE HOW SENSITIVE PEOPLE ON THESE KINDS OF SITES WERE.


I know!

it's like you lecture people who weren't asking for it and have been doing a fine job losing weight without your input and they get all steamed! GAWD!

Will Bodybuilding.com take you back? Or did they already make a pretty lady out of you?
January 8, 2013 12:45 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...


better start working on your legs bro!


that's what I was thinking . . . B-Gawk!


Hard when you have bad knees from football.
January 8, 2013 12:45 PM
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Everything in moderation...even the *bad* stuff.

If you're an ultra-athlete I can see the danger of incorporating fast foods (or comfort food of some type) into your diet


Michael Phelps: Breakfast: Three fried-egg sandwiches loaded with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, fried onions and mayonnaise. Two cups of coffee. One five-egg omelet. One bowl of grits. Three slices of French toast topped with powdered sugar. Three chocolate-chip pancakes. Lunch: One pound of enriched pasta. Two large ham and cheese sandwiches with mayo on white bread. Energy drinks packing 1,000 calories. Dinner: One pound of pasta. An entire pizza. More energy drinks.

So, nah, even ultra-athletes just make sure it fits their macros :-D


Or look at what some of the ultramarathon runners are eating in the middle of 100 mile races. Pizzas, tacos, Mountain Dew, hamburgers, etc. But they aren't fit or anything.
  914777
January 8, 2013 12:45 PM
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I'm usually the one that says "everything is permissable in moderation", but fast food just makes me feel dirty inside.

When I was in the Army, I was the guy that would finish off a 5-mile run by lighting up a cigarette immediately.


I'm sure everyone else in this thread would love to tell you how that's not bad for you, either.
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January 8, 2013 12:46 PM
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This was my "post workout recovery drink" after my first half marathon. I also had a couple slices of pizza, a bunch of cheese and crackers and a whole lot more beer. I got up at 7:00 the next morning and ran a couple miles. Maybe because this worked for me I should proselytize on the benefits of high ABV beer and pizza and cheese after a workout.
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I will vouch for the the benefits of high ABV beer and pizza and cheese after a work out. At least that's what my now-husband and I went straight for after a week long backpacking trip (which is where he proposed). I don't think I would have been properly refueled after that trip if we'd stoped at a whole pizza and a few pints of stout a piece, though. I at least had to follow it up with a basket of fried smelt.


BOOM! Peer reviewed again!


Never got into drinking alcohol. I just figured if i were to consume 10 beers = over 1,000 EMPTY calories. Id rather have something nutritional.


Wrong beers. The one in that picture is about 500 calories for the one 12 ouncer. And it's delicious.


thats a sh*t load of calories for 12 oz.


Did you not read the part where I said it was delicious?
  914777
January 8, 2013 12:46 PM
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I'm usually the one that says "everything is permissable in moderation", but fast food just makes me feel dirty inside.

When I was in the Army, I was the guy that would finish off a 5-mile run by lighting up a cigarette immediately.


I'm sure everyone else in this thread would love to tell you how that's not bad for you, either.


I know right?
January 8, 2013 12:47 PM
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This was my "post workout recovery drink" after my first half marathon. I also had a couple slices of pizza, a bunch of cheese and crackers and a whole lot more beer. I got up at 7:00 the next morning and ran a couple miles. Maybe because this worked for me I should proselytize on the benefits of high ABV beer and pizza and cheese after a workout.
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I will vouch for the the benefits of high ABV beer and pizza and cheese after a work out. At least that's what my now-husband and I went straight for after a week long backpacking trip (which is where he proposed). I don't think I would have been properly refueled after that trip if we'd stoped at a whole pizza and a few pints of stout a piece, though. I at least had to follow it up with a basket of fried smelt.


BOOM! Peer reviewed again!


Never got into drinking alcohol. I just figured if i were to consume 10 beers = over 1,000 EMPTY calories. Id rather have something nutritional.


Wrong beers. The one in that picture is about 500 calories for the one 12 ouncer. And it's delicious.


thats a sh*t load of calories for 12 oz.


Did you not read the part where I said it was delicious?


no i did. so is a t-bone steak
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I don't want to sound mean, but I agree, I see these people down the pool doing length after length only to stop at the vending machines and subway (it's next door to the pool) straight after and it's quite...disappointing. People need to realize that after exercise, protein is good, but fat slows digestion down and is quite bad (in terms of weight loss) after exercise


Science is your friend. This is all very wrong except the protein is good part.


"science is your friend" coming from the person who just said "mmm McRib"????!??! no. sorry. it absolutely does not work that way. Science IS our friend. and 70+ ingredients, plus the stuff they use to make the foamy part of yoga mats, are included in the McRib. and that's okay to put in your body?! please! it's not JUST about calories and fat grams and protein! the ACTUAL food you put in your body absolutely DOES matter. you may be able to get the "same" results in terms of weight loss by merely sticking to a certain amount of calories/fat but that in NO way means that a 700 calorie McDonald's meal is equal to a meal of fresh steamed vegetables, a lean protein such as chicken or fish, and a handful of almonds!

I honestly never knew how ignorant some people were when it came to nutrition until I came to this site. I am constantly blown away.


Lean beef has some of the same ingredients as an engine block.


I stick with turkey burger rather than beef


1. no one said anything about beef. just you, buddy.

2. unless there's meat or grass in an engine block, no. no it doesn't. there's nothing in the meat I eat except for *drum roll please* MEAT.
  23025610
January 8, 2013 12:47 PM
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This was my "post workout recovery drink" after my first half marathon. I also had a couple slices of pizza, a bunch of cheese and crackers and a whole lot more beer. I got up at 7:00 the next morning and ran a couple miles. Maybe because this worked for me I should proselytize on the benefits of high ABV beer and pizza and cheese after a workout.
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I will vouch for the the benefits of high ABV beer and pizza and cheese after a work out. At least that's what my now-husband and I went straight for after a week long backpacking trip (which is where he proposed). I don't think I would have been properly refueled after that trip if we'd stoped at a whole pizza and a few pints of stout a piece, though. I at least had to follow it up with a basket of fried smelt.


BOOM! Peer reviewed again!


These ppl are my new inspiration =)
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January 8, 2013 12:47 PM
Can I eat mcdonalds if I wash it first?
January 8, 2013 12:47 PM
One thing that stuns me on here when I snoop at other peoples food diaries is how many people eat things like Subway and Mcdonalds and as long as the calories are under they don't seem to care!

Seems as though some people only count calories and have no interest in the slat and fat content of what they eat. :-/
  1953998
January 8, 2013 12:47 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...


better start working on your legs bro!


that's what I was thinking . . . B-Gawk!


Hard when you have bad knees from football.


no excuse bro... torn ACL and MCL in left knee from hockey .... I can still angled leg press 3x450 ....
January 8, 2013 12:47 PM
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Everything in moderation...even the *bad* stuff.

If you're an ultra-athlete I can see the danger of incorporating fast foods (or comfort food of some type) into your diet


Michael Phelps: Breakfast: Three fried-egg sandwiches loaded with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, fried onions and mayonnaise. Two cups of coffee. One five-egg omelet. One bowl of grits. Three slices of French toast topped with powdered sugar. Three chocolate-chip pancakes. Lunch: One pound of enriched pasta. Two large ham and cheese sandwiches with mayo on white bread. Energy drinks packing 1,000 calories. Dinner: One pound of pasta. An entire pizza. More energy drinks.

So, nah, even ultra-athletes just make sure it fits their macros :-D


Or look at what some of the ultramarathon runners are eating in the middle of 100 mile races. Pizzas, tacos, Mountain Dew, hamburgers, etc. But they aren't fit or anything.


its because those are fast digesting carbs. refined carbs and simple sugars.
January 8, 2013 12:48 PM
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This was my "post workout recovery drink" after my first half marathon. I also had a couple slices of pizza, a bunch of cheese and crackers and a whole lot more beer. I got up at 7:00 the next morning and ran a couple miles. Maybe because this worked for me I should proselytize on the benefits of high ABV beer and pizza and cheese after a workout.
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I will vouch for the the benefits of high ABV beer and pizza and cheese after a work out. At least that's what my now-husband and I went straight for after a week long backpacking trip (which is where he proposed). I don't think I would have been properly refueled after that trip if we'd stoped at a whole pizza and a few pints of stout a piece, though. I at least had to follow it up with a basket of fried smelt.


BOOM! Peer reviewed again!


Never got into drinking alcohol. I just figured if i were to consume 10 beers = over 1,000 EMPTY calories. Id rather have something nutritional.


Wrong beers. The one in that picture is about 500 calories for the one 12 ouncer. And it's delicious.


thats a sh*t load of calories for 12 oz.


Did you not read the part where I said it was delicious?


no i did. so is a t-bone steak

I thought you preferred turkey?

Remember, beef has the same ingredients as an engine block.
  914777
January 8, 2013 12:48 PM
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DIDNT REALIZE HOW SENSITIVE PEOPLE ON THESE KINDS OF SITES WERE.


I know!

it's like you lecture people who weren't asking for it and have been doing a fine job losing weight without your input and they get all steamed! GAWD!

Will Bodybuilding.com take you back? Or did they already make a pretty lady out of you?


take it easy old man. goodness :)


Hahahaha! I'm 35, you're a whopping 8 years younger than me!

And you'll probably be fat when you're my age. I know I won't be.

MAN those tattoos are gonna look dumb!
Edited by BrettPGH On January 8, 2013 12:48 PM
January 8, 2013 12:48 PM
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Everything in moderation...even the *bad* stuff.

If you're an ultra-athlete I can see the danger of incorporating fast foods (or comfort food of some type) into your diet


Michael Phelps: Breakfast: Three fried-egg sandwiches loaded with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, fried onions and mayonnaise. Two cups of coffee. One five-egg omelet. One bowl of grits. Three slices of French toast topped with powdered sugar. Three chocolate-chip pancakes. Lunch: One pound of enriched pasta. Two large ham and cheese sandwiches with mayo on white bread. Energy drinks packing 1,000 calories. Dinner: One pound of pasta. An entire pizza. More energy drinks.

So, nah, even ultra-athletes just make sure it fits their macros :-D


Phelps didn't eat that when training or eat anywhere near the 12,000 or so calories per day either. He admitted later on it was made up.

Can you imagine physically trying to train at any kind of decent level with all that in your system? You would be cramping regularly....

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