Three questions for Bill or anyone who can answer them:
I noticed that 400g protein and 500g carbs would be recommended during Mag 10 use. Assuming a relatively low fat intake of 70g, that adds up to 4,230 calories a day. The Mag 10 FAQ says to eat 1,000 calories above maintainence. I know that 3,230 calories is already quite a bit above maintainence. Since it was recommended that Mag 10 users eat at least 2g of protein per pound of bodyweight, it follows that Biotest assumes they will typically be dealing with 200 lb. trainers. Is it logical to assume that carb intake will be set at 2.5g per pound of bodyweight? In light of these questions, I wonder if recommendations should be given in relation to either bodyweight or as a percentage of overall caloric intake (maintainence + 1,000) with a breakdown for protein, carbs, and fat.
2. Should the 1,000 above maintainence intake be continued between two week cycles?
3. The 20-30 lb. gain supposedly occurs over 8 weeks, which encompassed 2 cycles. Are gains fairly evenly spaced out over time, or will one experience more progress during the first or second cycle?
Just thought I'd throw out some things that were on my mind- any clarification would be great.