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Discussion in 'useless chatter' started by water, Jan 23, 2013.
this is why you're fat Scott Stapp!
He's like 165 at 6" ish...that's super skinny for a dude. I'm trying to fatten him up some with my high carb dinners.
Plus we have to have carbs for the amount of running we do.
Go home kiki's brain, you're drunk
Thank God you're terrible at measuring. Im no where near 6".
I was wondering why your fave was so wide on your license pic
Lol penis joke
My intake today has been one bowl of muesli, about 12 potato chips (crisps) and a bowl of pasta. Quite a lot for a weekend really.
Yes, there is! Who's gonna eat up mah Laffy Taffay?! Or, my Almond Roca? ? My brownie batter??
I neeeeed carbssss
thats pure sugaaaar toooo
I've been trying to focus on my macro nutrients lately. I'm aiming for a 40/30/30 ratio of carbs/protein/fat. Too many carbs still though.
I probably have cards 12 times a day... I'll try to keep track tomorrow what I eat.
This is one of the coolest things my government has done for me. https://www.supertracker.usda.gov/default.aspx
I dunno, the apps with a barcode scanner are much easier to track your shit with. And literally I think you could track your shits in them too.
To really succeed, IMHO, you need protein. Getting your body to switch to fat burning for energy vs using carbs will allow you to perform at a more consistent level over a longer period of time without fatigue/cramping.
I used to do cross country in hs, and did some competitive running as an adult in my mid 20's. I noticed a marked improvement in my performance once my body switched to fat burning over using carbs.
For someone like you who consumes a ridiculous amount of candy this is likely not possible though. You need to really cut carbs to force the metabolic change.
How does protein get you to "burn fat rather than carbs"?
I'm not a nutritionist....
However, if you cut out carbs your body will adjust to life without them (or low levels of them) and allow you to burn fat for energy in real time.
This coincides with the fasting and all the other stuff. At this point if I have a plate of spaghetti it feels like a rock in my tummy.
But neither of them really have any fat on them. Fly has about 8 or 9lbs above it immediately above his shoulders, but that's it.