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Old 10-18-2008, 01:42 PM
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can you look at it then, the heavier you are (bodybuilding wise - lean mass), the more you can potentially lose during sleep? the most ive lost is 3 kilos. first time it happened a while back i was frustrated as hell because i didnt know the proper reason. but yeh. its normal. nothing bad.

lol venom, so hardcore. wake up in the middle of the night just to eat. do you put an alarm on and everything?
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can you look at it then, the heavier you are (bodybuilding wise - lean mass), the more you can potentially lose during sleep? the most ive lost is 3 kilos. first time it happened a while back i was frustrated as hell because i didnt know the proper reason. but yeh. its normal. nothing bad.

lol venom, so hardcore. wake up in the middle of the night just to eat. do you put an alarm on and everything?
I think you are right, the bigger you are the more you will likely lose, and also, the more carbs/water you take in during the day, it seems like the more you lose at night.
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Old 10-25-2008, 05:12 AM
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I think you are right, the bigger you are the more you will likely lose, and also, the more carbs/water you take in during the day, it seems like the more you lose at night.
yeh, that probably comes back to the fact the bigger someone is, the more carbs/water they require.

unless your a long-long distance runner. can't imagine them losing any more weight -_-"
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Old 10-25-2008, 07:48 AM
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I wake up half way through and slam a shake with skim milk, protein powder, flax oil or some pbutter, and like a half cup of oats if im training. I prefer to train after i wake up (i would say morning but since my job has be going to bed at 6a.m., i technically wake up in the afternoon) and this way im jumpin up and down with energy ready to rock and roll!!!

And i drink a water bottle when i do this too, so usually i imagine i actually gain a pound when i sleep, but i would have to measure myself before and after this is just a guess...
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