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    Welcome to the forums Lyle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PVC View Post
    Welcome to the forums Lyle.
    lol, Lyle's been a member since Aug 2007.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.City View Post
    It's great that you're posting here, Lyle.


    I agree with Mr. City. Thanks for all the great info and advice! I am planning on this weekend to get your book. I am looking forward to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OMG View Post
    I agree with Mr. City. Thanks for all the great info and advice! I am planning on this weekend to get your book. I am looking forward to it.

    It's great to have the gods of strength training and nutrition both in one place .

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    Quote Originally Posted by lylemcd View Post

    On a diet, generally you should mainly try to maintain weights. If you make progress, great but it's easy to burn out/overtrain when calories are down.

    Lyle

    Along these lines, I've kinda been wondering if a "Hepburn" type progression would be better when cutting fat. That is instead of trying to add weight every workout or once a week, you pick a weight for 5 sets of 3 and add one rep to one set each time you do that workout until you get to 5 sets of 5. This way seems a little less stressful mentally and maybe physically as you aren't always trying to go up in weight, just one more rep.

    Similarly, you could do 3 singles and progress to 5 singles until adding weight.

    Still have to watch out on the volume I suppose when dieting.

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    Or just maintain current poundages and be done with it until the diet is over.

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    I'm into my third week of the TKD. I've been very happy with the results so far, weight down from 283 to 269 lbs, -2" around the waist.

    I like the TKD the best because it's very easy to setup, controls hunger and doesn't lend itself to the likeliness of binging the CKD would for me.

    For anybody else considering the same, I recommend reading Lyle's Ketogenic Diet and Rapid fatloss books to understand the physiology and proper setup protocols.

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    The Ketogenic Diet book will also help massively if you have insomnia. A few pages at bedtime and you'll be out like a light.

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