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    For those that count their protein

    What do yall keep it at?
    1 gram per pound of body weight? More? Less?
    Do yall change it in a bulk or cut?

    I know some coaches say more than a gram per body is an overkill and I know some say to eat 2-3 grams per pound? What are yall practices and thoughts on protein?


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    For those that count their protein

    Quote Originally Posted by FBeingFat View Post
    What do yall keep it at?
    1 gram per pound of body weight? More? Less?
    Do yall change it in a bulk or cut?

    I know some coaches say more than a gram per body is an overkill and I know some say to eat 2-3 grams per pound? What are yall practices and thoughts on protein?
    Science says 1.6g/kg of LBM -2.4g/kg of LBM.


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    For me its at least the 1.5g per lb when Im cutting. And its closer to 1-1.2g when Im bulking and getting more cals from carbs and fats.


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    1.5g per lb of bodyweight I want to be during a cut.

    1.25g per lb of body weight of what i am.

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    50grms protein every meal.. I eat 6meals per day is always what I strive for.. my thought process is this way there will be a constant high flow of protein throughout the day as the food digests to feed the muscle.. I could be off with this method..but it seems to be working well for me right now.. nice thread bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by FBeingFat View Post
    What do yall keep it at?
    1 gram per pound of body weight? More? Less?
    Do yall change it in a bulk or cut?

    I know some coaches say more than a gram per body is an overkill and I know some say to eat 2-3 grams per pound? What are yall practices and thoughts on protein?
    Depends on the intensity of your workouts and to some extent your age.
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    I believe 1g - 1.25g per pound bodyweight is adequate enough. I am constantly taking in a lot of carbs/calories though. (5000ish)
    I mean that's 230 - 290ish grams protein per day for me.
    I recover well. I try to sleep a lot at least 2 nights per week where I'm getting a good 10-11 hours sleep. That probably helps a lot too.
    This is what works for me and my body type though. It's not for everyone. Everyone should tweek their own diet according to their goals and current state.

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