Optimum anabolics jeff anderson 2004

These latest miraculous gains by Thibaudeau are a little contradictory because, while he’s said repeatedly on their forum that he could get much bigger if he wanted to, he’s also been saying that he doesn’t want to/can’t because of health issues (and I believe he also said that he only took steroids experiementally for a little while when he was a teenager). He clearly must have changed his mind, however, because he’s just claimed to have gained more muscle in 6 weeks than many drug-free bodybuilders of his stature gain in a lifetime of training. He’s doing very well – he’s now carrying over 40 pounds more muscle than the world’s best drug-free bodybuilding champions of his height (which is also well over twice as much muscle as they’ve managed to build).

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Interesting. I’d cut that recommendations to half (150 and 225). Currently I believe what I read somewhere (in a book of a sports expert) that somehow human kidneys can at most process 40g of protein within 4 hours. With a safety margin that would be 30 g x 6 (24 hours divided by 4 hours) = 180 g maximum daily protein intake as a rough estimate. Given the fact that natural protein food (meat, eggs etc) also contain harmful substances it would – aside from the digestive burden – seem that the kidneys may have some extra work to do (that is in contrast with filtered and hence more pure protein powders).

Hey Ben. I am stymied by those last 5 pounds or so around the middle that are so dang hard to get rid of. I was up around 265 about a year ago, cleaned up my eating habits, and starting exercising like crazy, and went down almost 100 pounds in less than 5 months, and have put on about 15 pounds of muscle in the last year or so. The problem, though, is I STILL cannot get rid of that last few pounds of fat around the waist and belly button, no matter, what I do, low carbs, HIIT, intermittent fasting(though this helps me maintain my weight about 175), and sprinting. It just will not go away! What is it, am I just too damn old to get in righteous shape any more, or what? (I am 58). I have improves my musculature and general health to the point that my blood pressure went from 185/98 to 122/65, and my waist size went from about 46 inches back down to the 32 inches I used to be about 30 years ago. But this slight roll of flab around the belly just kicks my butt! I still do whole body workouts 3 or 4 times per week, and have cut out most sugar, all fried foods, potato chips, soft drinks, and fast foods, as well as processed foods. I cook most everything I eat myself, except for a meal out at a good-quality restaurant one time per week. I only drink water, unsweetened tea, almond milk, unsweetened also, and coffee now and then. Any suggestions will earn you my undying gratitude.

Correction: I didn’t mean “the recommended amount of protein”. I meant a little bit more than that (in order for the excess to be stored for 24h like you said), so… if in the middle of my sleep my muscles were to begin “digesting themselves”, those extra amino acids that were supposedly stored for backup would do their job. Right? In that case… Casein only makes sense if you think that the amount of protein intake during the day was not enough to garantee that some of it was stocked for later use.

Optimum anabolics jeff anderson 2004

optimum anabolics jeff anderson 2004

Hey Ben. I am stymied by those last 5 pounds or so around the middle that are so dang hard to get rid of. I was up around 265 about a year ago, cleaned up my eating habits, and starting exercising like crazy, and went down almost 100 pounds in less than 5 months, and have put on about 15 pounds of muscle in the last year or so. The problem, though, is I STILL cannot get rid of that last few pounds of fat around the waist and belly button, no matter, what I do, low carbs, HIIT, intermittent fasting(though this helps me maintain my weight about 175), and sprinting. It just will not go away! What is it, am I just too damn old to get in righteous shape any more, or what? (I am 58). I have improves my musculature and general health to the point that my blood pressure went from 185/98 to 122/65, and my waist size went from about 46 inches back down to the 32 inches I used to be about 30 years ago. But this slight roll of flab around the belly just kicks my butt! I still do whole body workouts 3 or 4 times per week, and have cut out most sugar, all fried foods, potato chips, soft drinks, and fast foods, as well as processed foods. I cook most everything I eat myself, except for a meal out at a good-quality restaurant one time per week. I only drink water, unsweetened tea, almond milk, unsweetened also, and coffee now and then. Any suggestions will earn you my undying gratitude.

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