tranpeter posted May 11 at 5:31 pm

In your workout spreadsheet you write "Rest After Set" (e.g. 3). Does that mean we shouldn't be resting between sets 1 and 2?

Does that mean I should immediately go into the 2nd set?


recent by Mark McManus  ·  May 11 at 7:12 pm
WorkOutDude604 posted May 1 at 7:10 pm

I agree. I've experimented with this in increasing my protein intake and I've noticed that I am more leaner.

I still keep my 2 protein shakes a day with 1.5 scoop each. And all I did was increase the amount of lean meat to eat in my meals: Shrimps, Basa, Cod, Chicken breast, extra lean g
Branden posted Apr 10 at 9:21 am
Hey mark about mans diet if i dont reach my fat intake which us 397g and i get in 300g but my cals are on target and my protein will i still build muscle?

recent by Mark McManus  ·  Apr 30 at 3:47 pm
JWalker posted Apr 21 at 1:53 pm
I've been using to record & track my macros but find that it takes so much time every day to tweak portion sizes etc to get them close to what I need.

I'm vegetarian (I know, Mark, you don't approve ) and I know eating the same meals again and again is a much easier way to go but I want a variety to make sure I'm getting all the vitamins etc I need.

What do you all us
recent by JWalker  ·  Apr 29 at 3:48 am
Hi All,

Just wondering the same old question, and the internet doesn't give much away, do I thought I place it here to see if anyone has worked this one out

I am cutting with the TSPA diet, and working hard with the THT plan since years. Great muscle gains and loving it: BUT, now that I am cutting and trying to get down to the <12% body fat, i am wondering how much the scale really me
recent by oschuster  ·  Apr 22 at 1:52 am
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