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Old 01-29-2009, 12:03 PM   #21
Derek Weaver
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Originally Posted by Dave Van Skike View Post
eating less than is required for activity is the main contributor to fat loss.

see the faces of sly stallone, and mickey rourke for a clue on the amounts of GH required to make a Significant Difference in fat loss when compared to the whole eating thing....

one could devote a lot of time to navel gazing and pondering the exercise science in the hopes of beating researchers to the punch vis a vis manipulating one's hormonal profile...or, one could forget the whole line of BS and just.......you know,..... try it and see what works in the only experiment that matters.
Dave,
Well said.

No matter what anyone says, the laws of thermodynamics still apply to humans (Yes, I'm stealing from Lyle here). Eat less, lose weight. Eat less crap, more good stuff, workout harder, lose fat and keep muscle. Simple but not easy.
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