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re: Question for the OT workout baws - thibtigerfan
[quote]Cals-BWx10-12 Protein-30-35% Fats-55-60% Carbs-10-15% and keep all carbs to green leafy veggies. [/quote] I am usually not a big Keto person But this pretty much sums up what is best for him probably. He says he rather not eat startches and prefers green veggies. He may not be trying to d...
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re: Question for the OT workout baws - thibtigerfan
didn't see where he said that. Like Sabi then, I will bow out :cheers:...
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re: Question for the OT workout baws - thibtigerfan
[quote]No breakfast (going to try to add this) Lunch: grilled baked chicken breast and a manderine orange Snack: cheese stick Dinner: 2 grilled fish fillets with grilled asperagaus [/quote] Throw in some oats with almond butter and a banana or some berries either in the morning or after your wor...
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re: Going to Kauai in November - thibtigerfan
Went last November and stayed close to where you are staying. We downloaded an app when there and it served as a tour guide while driving around and checking out different beaches and such. I recommend that. Also the ATV tour where you go around in the go cart is pretty fun if your into that type...
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re: What's your resting heart rate/ age? - thibtigerfan
Age-30 RHR-43...
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re: My idea for an outdoor kitchen - thibtigerfan
I will be doing something similar at my new house. But the burner will be set below the rest of the counter tops. I want it easily removable for reasons stated above. ...
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re: At dealer financing a car - help please - thibtigerfan
Tell her you will personally loan her the money for 15%. Everyone wins! :cheers:...
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re: Do these weekly workout and diet totals seem excessive? - thibtigerfan
[quote]it's been my routine for the last 6 years[/quote] Time to swap it up Way more efficient ways to train....
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re: Do these weekly workout and diet totals seem excessive? - thibtigerfan
[quote]So you eat a 2,000 calorie dinner every night?[/quote] I eat around 2500 cals from 7pm-10pm usually. My total weekly cals are around 24,500...
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re: Switching to vegetarian diet - thibtigerfan
[quote] excess amounts of fruitose [/quote] This doesn't make fruit unhealthy [quote]not your numbers would not be better, genetics aside and your performance wouldn't even be close in terms of anything involving strength. endurance, maybe but many of the best extreme runners in the world have s...
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re: Switching to vegetarian diet - thibtigerfan
[quote]Probably because of the sugar content in one, and the other not being necessary, at all, as a food choice to be healthy - despite what "experts" say. I've already proved that in numerous posts here and in the past.[/quote] For every study complaining about the sugar in fruit there is one s...
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re: Switching to vegetarian diet - thibtigerfan
[quote] it took days and weeks to sometimes kill an animal[/quote] They also processed the kill their selves Hunted without the rifles and tools used today. (They had to work harder for their meat)...
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re: Switching to vegetarian diet - thibtigerfan
[quote]whole30 diet i recommended[/quote] This is more of what I am on board with. A non processed whole food diet that includes fruits, veggies, and meat ...
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re: Switching to vegetarian diet - thibtigerfan
[quote]The earliest anatomically modern humans got most of their protein from animals of terrestrial origin."[/quote] "most" is the word [quote]we know that early humans have an even more carnivorous stable isotope footprint, it seems unlikely that these humans would have consumed many calories ...
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re: Switching to vegetarian diet - thibtigerfan
[quote]Overall it can't possibly be sustainable[/quote] Guess that was my point, I don't see it as a realistically sustainable diet for 95% of the population. Also I don't see how veggies would be seen as a detriment to a diet....
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re: Switching to vegetarian diet - thibtigerfan
Even cavemen ate more than just meat. Where is the benefit in excluding veggies by doing an all meat diet?...
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re: Switching to vegetarian diet - thibtigerfan
All good :cheers:...
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re: Switching to vegetarian diet - thibtigerfan
I think we run with some of the same people :cheers:...
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re: Switching to vegetarian diet - thibtigerfan
Fresh fruits and veggies are key. I rarely eat any dairy and that alone has made me feel better. I have actually looked into this pretty hard and am considering the same for myself for a period of time. I don't think it is the actual meat that is bad for you, it is how nasty and disgusting the p...
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re: Need help getting healthy - thibtigerfan
Get a workout plan in mind and then google the exercises, most have a form break down. Bodybuilding . com is good for researching exercises ...
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