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Old 02-17-2007, 10:55 AM   #1
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This is in regards to the Mass nutrition training program laid out in issue 17, in specific on page 7 under the ”CLC: The Revenge” section. I understand it fully up to the calorie breakdown point when you have:
“123 blocks fat = 184 grams + 27 grams in protein = 1899 calories”I don’t understand where the 27 grams of protein comes in. All else makes sense and is a great article.

Oh and one more question, how does the training template coincide with the WOD? Is it meant to replace it during the 8 weeks?
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Old 02-17-2007, 10:58 AM   #2
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Oh and one more question, how does the training template coincide with the WOD? Is it meant to replace it during the 8 weeks?
Yes. If you want size, aka Mass, you cant be running around doing metcon work....unless you want to intake another 1200 calories a day in food. Best way to get the lbs on...do strength work, eat a ton, rest and recover. You can always come back to metabolic work and get that back in a heartbeat....size and strength however are harder, require more focus and are ideally done on their own.
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Old 02-19-2007, 07:43 AM   #3
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Troy,

adding the 27 for fat in protein is just adding in the additional fat blocks that are present in most natural sources of mean, eggs, etc.
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