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Sep 2, 2015

You're leaner than you've been in a long time.

Now that you can see your abs, you're ready to think about gaining muscle.

You know you have to eat more calories than you burn to grow. But you've heard horror stories of people "eating to get big" and packing on thirty pounds of fat in the process.

You've heard that if you use the right nutrient timing strategies and eat the right combination of macronutrients, you can "lean bulk." You like the idea of adding muscle while losing fat or keeping the same body fat percentage.

The problem is that it doesn't really work. At all. You'll learn why people think this is a good idea, and why it really isn't, in this podcast.

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