Thanks for the reply! I agree with you, it’s counter productive to sit around trying to disprove every method under the sun that doesn’t align with your thinking. I was just curious on the success rates and general opinion. Mad props to people who can get lean with 60% carbs. I don’t feel like that kind of load would be effective for myself. It’s still cool to see different methods work though. I guess that’s what makes strength training/bodybuilding/powerlifting so fascinating…
[quote]Chris Colucci wrote:
When it comes to training and diet, there are a lot of different roads that all lead towards similar goals.
The guys in the pic above (that’s Dr. Darden seated) got into that ripped shape with a higher carb diet.
In this article, Dr. Clay has a big chunk talking about some of the pros and cons of a low fat/high carb fat loss plan:
HIT training works, high volume training works. Vegans can get jacked. People lose fat when eating one meal a day or eating eight meals a day. The less time we spend looking to discredit different theories, the more time we’d have to put towards experimenting and finding our own “best” path.[/quote]