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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuz View Post
    A random guy on a steroid forum that ive never seen or know anything about will not hurt my feelings, no sir. I have seen guys in person at my gym here where i live in the 250 and 260 range that will destroy him and me included. I mean its all genetics, i preach it hard, the gear has put about 20lbs on me genetics genetics genetics and then training style and diet is second.

    Just because YOU like the “beefy” look doesnt mean you can make a statement saying “well hes better than anyone on this forum yada yada there are some big motherfuckers here that never post trust me. Have a good one
    What’s your diet like all clean eats chicken white rice etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naturallyhard View Post
    What’s your diet like all clean eats chicken white rice etc?
    Not strict at all. Im naturally lean and have a high metabolism. Being lean is just in my genetics, i have 4-6 meals a day usually a shake also, two shakes if its a training day. My main foods are eggs chicken tuna and alot of white rice. My body loves carbs, i try and get quality macros in and then extra calories from cheat meals here and there. Like i said not strict at all for me, i need alot of food to put on size. I never work abs or ever do any cardio. My goals are size and strength i just happen to have small joints and lean comes natural.

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    When you say you throw in cheat meals?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cuz View Post
    Not strict at all. Im naturally lean and have a high metabolism. Being lean is just in my genetics, i have 4-6 meals a day usually a shake also, two shakes if its a training day. My main foods are eggs chicken tuna and alot of white rice. My body loves carbs, i try and get quality macros in and then extra calories from cheat meals here and there. Like i said not strict at all for me, i need alot of food to put on size. I never work abs or ever do any cardio. My goals are size and strength i just happen to have small joints and lean comes natural.
    Some days if I didn’t get enough calories,I throw in like a burrito from chipotle or something along that lines is that bad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naturallyhard View Post
    Some days if I didn’t get enough calories,I throw in like a burrito from chipotle or something along that lines is that bad?
    Those are actually pretty healthy as restaurant food goes
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    Calories are calories. Surplus, you grow. Deficit, you lose. The benefit of the chicken and rice staple is it’s a proven, healthy combination in a diet. It’s also easier to track your macros and adjust depending on what your goals are if things aren’t going the way you want..

    Eating different bs every day obviously works, but then you get into the “unhealthy” foods. Hard to track macros having x amount of ice cream and whataburger one day and then the next dominos pizza and chipotle.

    Eat however you want. If you’re consume enough calories you’re gonna grow. It just might not be the most health conscious way to go about it..

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    Whataburger > in & out
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    And simply judging by avatars, some dudes on here ARE damn close that size AND also more aesthetically appealing

    Lol but dude is big af.
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    Calories are calories.
    Not really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TooManyYears View Post
    Not really.
    If you want to get technical with the macro nutrient breakdown, sure, not all calories are created equal. Maybe I should have been more clear.. 150 cal from a coke isnt gonna give you the same, idk for lack of better words, gains as 150 cal from a thing of Greek yogurt.

    But at the end of the day, if you’re gonna tell me you’re body knows the difference between 3,250 calories of chicken and rice versus 3,250 calories of red meat and potatoes.. were gonna have to agree to disagree.

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    If you want to get technical with the macro nutrient breakdown, sure, not all calories are created equal. Maybe I should have been more clear.. 150 cal from a coke isnt gonna give you the same, idk for lack of better words, gains as 150 cal from a thing of Greek yogurt.

    But at the end of the day, if you’re gonna tell me you’re body knows the difference between 3,250 calories of chicken and rice versus 3,250 calories of red meat and potatoes.. were gonna have to agree to disagree.
    I certainly don't disagree with this!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TooManyYears View Post
    I certainly don't disagree with this!
    Your body may better utilize calories from clean sources. At the end of the day, your body can’t differentiate between home cooked chicken and chicken from a fast food joint. It’s not going to be like “oh no this is a burger from McDonald’s, I wanted organic, free range chicken breast, that’s going straight to the thighs and not to the poor beaten up muscles that you recklessly tore down earlier in the gym that desperately need the nutrition for repair and recovery.” See how ridiculous that sounds...you’re body has zero clue
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    Your body may better utilize calories from clean sources. At the end of the day, your body can’t differentiate between home cooked chicken and chicken from a fast food joint. It’s not going to be like “oh no this is a burger from McDonald’s, I wanted organic, free range chicken breast, that’s going straight to the thighs and not to the poor beaten up muscles that you recklessly tore down earlier in the gym that desperately need the nutrition for repair and recovery.” See how ridiculous that sounds...you’re body has zero clue
    Eat fast food junk for 6 weeks straight and let us know how you look and feel. I bet your body will know...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TooManyYears View Post
    Eat fast food junk for 6 weeks straight and let us know how you look and feel. I bet your body will know...
    I agree you would notice a difference, but because of the added processed junk in those foods. The carb is still a carb and protein is still protein, it’s the other additives that are bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wannabhuge14 View Post
    Your body may better utilize calories from clean sources. At the end of the day, your body can’t differentiate between home cooked chicken and chicken from a fast food joint. It’s not going to be like “oh no this is a burger from McDonald’s, I wanted organic, free range chicken breast, that’s going straight to the thighs and not to the poor beaten up muscles that you recklessly tore down earlier in the gym that desperately need the nutrition for repair and recovery.” See how ridiculous that sounds...you’re body has zero clue
    Incorrect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wannabhuge14 View Post
    The carb is still a carb
    Ever heard of the glycemic index?

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