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Old 01-21-2013, 07:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Danny Gunz View Post
Seemed like a lot of broscience. It is possible to gain muscle and lose fat on a cut, but trying to do it on a 1600 calorie intake isn't even worth it you would be killing yourself for minimal gains.
Depends on how big you are, if you are some 6"2+ beast then I wouldn't really think so. You naturally would need more calories, I would say to cut and build muscle (yes it is possible) if you are bigger dude then around 1800/2000 (at the most) but if you are a small guy then without a doubt it is possible on 1600. My biggest strength gains have come when I am cutting for some reason. Though I have never done a proper clean bulk, it'll be interesting when I try that in about 2 months.

I haven't had my Craze pre-workout in a week and I feel it when I'm weightlifting, on my cardio im fine. That focus you get is great on Craze man, honestly you guys need to try it. I'm actually going to order some now, second tub.
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