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      11-08-2011, 07:01 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by Quick6EF View Post
Please please please research (from PubMed) all advice you find online. This subsection is full of people giving debunked methods to lose weight. They create unhealthy mindsets, ie. don't ever eat chocolate and lift high reps.'
+1 do your own research.

Nothing wrong with Keto - do whatever works for you (I tried all kind of diet method and in the end i just did what works for me and it all comes down to ins and out though macro is important to keep your muscles!). I actually don't mind not eating carbs and get to eat fatty food instead

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Originally Posted by Bimmer84 View Post
When I lift, I do 15-12-10-8 reps, adding more weight each set. This way, you get the low weight/high rep (for cutting), mixed with the high weight/low rep (for muscle gain). It has always worked the best for me.
That is what I do too - just never understood people that do 50 reps a set of like 5kg dumbbell