I don't believe in calorie theory.

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Spacey47

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Posted: 18 Jan 2013, 07:34
To paraphrase the great green Sage Yoda

Do or do Not ......There is no try



I find that people who endlessly nit pick every little detail, who agonise over everything they read RARELY achieve what they want
and will blame the science etc for their failure and why nothing changes for them

On the other hand those who just get on with it , train regularly and restrict what they put in their stomachs to generally healthy good foods with a few treats from all macro nutrients whilst maintaining an overall caloric deficit ...have a tendency to see the results they want






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