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      07-27-2011, 02:53 PM   #67
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when you lose weight its not only fat you lose, the weight can be taken from muscle.
so you wont be losing just fat, but more muscle then fat.
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No. When you cut, you will lose some lean body mass, the amount depends on the length and quality of the cut. But if I cut 20 pounds, I will not lose "more muscle than fat," that would be ridiculous. You lose fat, water weight, glycogen, and some lean body mass.
Bob's right, it depends on the deficit.

That's why you get these bro's cutting to 1500 cals at 6' and don't understand why they stall.


You post over at ******* Bob? I live in the Nutrition section, although it's changed quite a bit in the past 8 months.
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Bob's right, it depends on the deficit.

That's why you get these bro's cutting to 1500 cals at 6' and don't understand why they stall.


You post over at ******* Bob? I live in the Nutrition section, although it's changed quite a bit in the past 8 months.
I live in the misc lol. The nutrition section can be a headache sometimes. Here's a dude who lost 27 pounds eating twinkies, doritos, etc.

http://www.cnn.com/2010/HEALTH/11/08...ex.html?hpt=T2
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I live in the misc lol. The nutrition section can be a headache sometimes. Here's a dude who lost 27 pounds eating twinkies, doritos, etc.

http://www.cnn.com/2010/HEALTH/11/08...ex.html?hpt=T2
very interesting article, I wish they listed how much fat he lost and how much muscle he lost.
edit: if the info in the article is right he went from 67lbs of fat to 43lbs of fat and 134 lean lb mass to 131 lean lb mass.
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No. When you cut, you will lose some lean body mass, the amount depends on the length and quality of the cut. But if I cut 20 pounds, I will not lose "more muscle than fat," that would be ridiculous. You lose fat, water weight, glycogen, and some lean body mass.
i am not sure if you are disagreeing in what i say.
you say no, then what you state seems to agree (like the length and quality of the cut)

there are a lot of variables when losing weigh which impacts how much muscle versus fat will be lost.
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Bob's right, it depends on the deficit.

That's why you get these bro's cutting to 1500 cals at 6' and don't understand why they stall.


You post over at ******* Bob? I live in the Nutrition section, although it's changed quite a bit in the past 8 months.
I live in the misc lol. The nutrition section can be a headache sometimes. Here's a dude who lost 27 pounds eating twinkies, doritos, etc.

http://www.cnn.com/2010/HEALTH/11/08...ex.html?hpt=T2
Does he even lift?
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i am not sure if you are disagreeing in what i say.
you say no, then what you state seems to agree (like the length and quality of the cut)

there are a lot of variables when losing weigh which impacts how much muscle versus fat will be lost.
Well you said you can lose more muscle than fat on a cut, but I'm not sure thats possible. If you do even a mediocre cut, you won't lose more lean body mass than fat.

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