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  1. Mopar03

    Mopar03 73-9 OT Supporter

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    I already know the answer, but morons in the main forum seem to think otherwise :rofl:

    edit: while lifting regularly
     
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  2. energie

    energie I like to place an order.. the name? Situation the

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    and calorie wise 3000 calories is 3000 calories just the fats/proteins/carbs are different
     
  3. TheManLouisianaFace

    TheManLouisianaFace and decide!

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    correct sir
     
  4. Merck

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    if 3000 for bosu ball is 3000 for range of motion then motion is range for ball when bosu is over 9000
     
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    Mopar03 73-9 OT Supporter

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    if you're lifting, is there a difference in results?
     
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    :rofl::rofl:
     
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    Holy cow, enough about this.
     
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    the question is the muscle/fat ratio you retain after consuming said calories.

    not just a unit of energy.
     
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    you created this :squint:
     
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    Mopar03 73-9 OT Supporter

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    noooo :rofl:
     
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    HoodRich Professional Street Nigga OT Supporter

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    as far as energy is concerned. No difference. Eat 3k calories of protein a day and sit on the couch and you'll probably look the same as someone who eats 3k calories of fat everyday and does nothing but sit on the couch as well.
     
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    Mopar03 73-9 OT Supporter

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    we're talking about someone who lifts daily
     
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    exactly
     
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    HoodRich Professional Street Nigga OT Supporter

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    no we're not...i've read the original post 3 times. It says nothing about lifting
     
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    Mopar03 73-9 OT Supporter

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    essentially clean vs. dirty bulking

    does it really produce the same results? :hsugh:
     
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    Mopar03 73-9 OT Supporter

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    my bad

    the original post in the main forum was talking about lifting
     
  18. TheManLouisianaFace

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    also correct
     
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    HoodRich Professional Street Nigga OT Supporter

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    in that case of course theres a difference, you're body needs an efficient source of energy during workouts and protein to repair and build muscle tissue. You cant have a diet lacking in either of those and expect to get great results. However if all you want to do is lose weight, a calorie is a calorie no matter where it comes from
     
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    Mopar03 73-9 OT Supporter

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    so you agree that a diet consisting of 20/30/50 will produce different results than that of 40/40/20 for someone lifting for results, given the same caloric intake, correct?
     
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    If you're body's particular requirements are being met by both of those, there will be no difference.
     
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    Mopar03 73-9 OT Supporter

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    whose body requirements are met by 20% protein considering they lift on a regular basis without producing excess fat that could be avoided by eating clean? :ugh:
     
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    Energy units are the same. However, Macro's will be quite different and for someone who works out 3,000 cals of clean good macro vs 3,000 cals of junk bad macros can make a HUGE difference.
     
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    You've created this term "excess fat", which is meaningless. The issue would be excess calories. They won't put on fat if their cals in <= cals out.
     
  25. TheManLouisianaFace

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    there will be a difference within limits, but to use the word HUGE is a bit much.
     
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