Performance Diet Types and Terminology

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Re: Performance Diet Types and Terminology

Postby Tim K. » June 9th, 2016, 6:39 pm

hjs, very little of what you have said with respect to LC diets and the current understanding of what drives obesity from the most up to date LC perspective is accurate or of any value.

Admin, from my perspective the back and forth between myself and hjs has resulted in nothing of value. Please feel free to consult with Lefty to sanitize the thread as you see fit.

Lefty, I apologize.
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Re: Performance Diet Types and Terminology

Postby jamesg » June 10th, 2016, 2:28 am

Experiment is king. Let us know your results.
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Re: Performance Diet Types and Terminology

Postby hjs » June 10th, 2016, 3:03 am

jamesg wrote:Experiment is king. Let us know your results.


Indeed.
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Re: Performance Diet Types and Terminology

Postby hjs » June 10th, 2016, 3:09 am

Tim K. wrote:hjs, very little of what you have said with respect to LC diets and the current understanding of what drives obesity from the most up to date LC perspective is accurate or of any value.

Admin, from my perspective the back and forth between myself and hjs has resulted in nothing of value. Please feel free to consult with Lefty to sanitize the thread as you see fit.

Lefty, I apologize.


Really.

="Tim K."]

I basically agree with everything else you said.



Good to know how consistant you are, that quote was a few posts back....

I will certainly not that my contribution gets deleted, its your limited understanding of health and training in general that is the limiting factor. Your bring very little, ask a million questions, and don,t like the answers. Its certainly not up to you to judge the content of this thread.

What I certainly very dislike is the fact you kept on nagging on me, I told you I found most things, very much common sence, I went to the trouble giving you answers, and now you want that trouble erased.
I know you again won,t grasph why, but don,t botter to ask me stuff again, I won,t bother to put my time in again.
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Re: Performance Diet Types and Terminology

Postby skiffrace » June 10th, 2016, 7:09 am

Experiment is king. Let us know your results.

That should not be called an "experiment" but rather "semi-anectodal evidence" by individual who already arrived to conclusions and now cherry-picks "evidence" to support his beliefs.
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Re: Performance Diet Types and Terminology

Postby jamesg » June 10th, 2016, 10:22 am

Lunch today with terrina di formaggi e verdure alla griglia followed by spaghettini with cheese sauce and black truffle, nosiola, sweets to choice, coffee. No problems, but no idea or care as to how it fits into the grand scheme of things, 50€ for 2.
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Re: Performance Diet Types and Terminology

Postby hjs » June 10th, 2016, 11:21 am

jamesg wrote:Lunch today with terrina di formaggi e verdure alla griglia followed by spaghettini with cheese sauce and black truffle, nosiola, sweets to choice, coffee. No problems, but no idea or care as to how it fits into the grand scheme of things, 50€ for 2.


Sounds nice :D
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Re: Performance Diet Types and Terminology

Postby G-dub » June 10th, 2016, 5:34 pm

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Re: Performance Diet Types and Terminology

Postby left coaster » June 10th, 2016, 7:02 pm

In Switzerland right now, then down to Sicily -- I'll be eating some interesting things over the next couple weeks. James, that dinner sounds divine - where do you live?

It will cost the equivalent of $50 for a drop in at the nearby gym were I'm staying in the Zurich area... that's just too much for this guy. Walks and keeping the carbs down will be my training program for a bit, might find my way into the mountains for a day or so. I'll probably need to get back on some steady 10k's when I get back to regain the cardio base :)

Tim, you still seem stressed out dude. Consider the starchy carbs and serotonin connection, it may take the edge of your dopamine driven attention but unwinding once in a while is helpful. It's not just HJS on this thread that you've been twitchy with.
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Re: Performance Diet Types and Terminology

Postby skiffrace » June 10th, 2016, 7:46 pm

then down to Sicily -- I'll be eating some interesting things over the next couple weeks. James, that dinner sounds divine - where do you live?

In Italy yet? Have you noticed how slim, trim, and overall good-looking the Italians are?
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Re: Performance Diet Types and Terminology

Postby Tim K. » June 10th, 2016, 8:12 pm

Really not feeling much stress at all. Simply an A type personality with a loathing for inaccurate/wrong/misleading information and the people who disseminate. hjs has a lot of good info and experience to share. Unfortunately he seems to have a bit of a god complex and cant accept the idea he dosnt know everything, cant tolerate being challenged, wont listen to anyone or take the time to actually look at the info used to support an opposing idea or concept. It is irritating when you attempt to share information and have someone like that around. Stressed? No. Sick of some of the surroundings? You bet! Id love to have continued to learn from and share with others who are like minded but with people like hjs around thats going to take way more effort than its worth.
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Re: Performance Diet Types and Terminology

Postby jackarabit » June 10th, 2016, 9:06 pm

Gotta chase that pasta and the gallon of extra-virgin with a trunkful of vino da tavolo. Speaking of performance diets, youse guys know why the chukar partridge outran Martin Luther?
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Re: Performance Diet Types and Terminology

Postby lindsayh » June 10th, 2016, 10:43 pm

jamesg wrote:Lunch today with terrina di formaggi e verdure alla griglia followed by spaghettini with cheese sauce and black truffle, nosiola, sweets to choice, coffee. No problems, but no idea or care as to how it fits into the grand scheme of things, 50€ for 2.


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Re: Performance Diet Types and Terminology

Postby jamesg » June 11th, 2016, 12:19 am

James, that dinner sounds divine - where do you live?


In the South Tyrol, Rovereto. In recent decades the Italians have been working hard on quality and we can get real grub, quasi gourmet, for the price of a pizza: so long as the shop's well organised. The place we go to has just one hors d'oeuvre, one first, one second, all chalked up on the board outside their front door. But a large choice of desserts and local wines. Long gone are the days when wine could be made with dyes and meths. Growers are not allowed to produce more than a certain amount of grape per hectare, of a given type only, and Big Brother is watching them, even via satellite we're told.

Gotta chase that pasta and the gallon of extra-virgin with a trunkful of vino da tavolo.


Our staple diet, not forgetting Parmigiano-Reggiano, prosciutto crudo, minestrone, risotto and all the other delicacies that cause us sudden death at 80 plus.
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Re: Performance Diet Types and Terminology

Postby left coaster » June 11th, 2016, 12:27 am

I thought you would be in Italy.

Off topic, but what is your take on the current situation in Sicily? A newspaper in Canada recently printed this http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/wor ... e30390326/

Do you think it's accurate, and if so, does it actually represent a change in the region in terms of safety at night?

It seems I've arrived during football season :)

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