It seems an obvious point of common sense that muscle-changing chemistry played a major role in the contest prep plan for beasts, but diet was even far more important. As example, the commonly endorsed diet approach focusing upon an ever-decreasing daily calorie count was the surest path to muscle loss and failure.
After a 10-14 day lay-off from training and a month break total from all chemistry, Frank was ready to begin. About 4 weeks prior to his diet or contest prep period, Frank's daily calorie count was reduced about 500 calories per day in weekly intervals. So Frank began at 6000 calories daily. Week #1 equaled 5500 calories daily, week #2 equaled 5000 calories daily, etc., etc..
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Forget Silly Diets-They Don't Work. Weight loss has got to be the most frustrating experience for many people, young and old alike. Eating foods that are just horrible, denying yourself foods you truly love and enjoy. Exercising, even though you absolutely hate exercising, and end up stiff as a board with no results.