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Old 07-26-2011, 06:09 AM   #16
adam adkins
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Re: apparently not eating enough?

Originally Posted by Troy Kenshin View Post
I've been eating relatively the same amount per day for a year (give or take) and have made considerable strength and speed gains/all around physical improvements.
however, i just tried a few different calorie calculators and all of them show that I'm eating about 1000 calories to few a day.
can this be possible if I've been perfectly fine all this time doing what I'm doing?

i want to stay lean like i currently am and my performance hasn't suffered at all that i know of so i wanted to know if i can get some honest opinions on the matter. (I've previously listened to the consensus of people on here previously and it has done me well)
Originally Posted by Troy Kenshin View Post
bodyfat- no idea to be honest, but I'm lean and have a typical wrestlers build
lift numbers:

i haven't done cf so i can't tell you benchmarks for that (not sure what they are either) but my goals are to improve my o-lifts and that all I've been training.
hope that helps in terms of background?
If you are happy with where you are and consistently improving, why change anything?
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