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I will use the actor Jack O’Connell or Jared Leto, or even Christian Bale (these are actors who lost a lot of weight for roles) as examples. Whenever Jack O’Connell lost mass for a role in Unbroken he was already under 10% body-fat. Jared Leto however gained a lot of fat, and after losing it again it seemed he gained mass.

You cannot gain mass without gaining muscle, but you can never lose muscle unless you’re already under 10% body fat or are over 40. Christian bale lost the mass in Machinest that he had in American Psycho, but in Batman he simply gained the weight back. However in any of his more recent roles, and this would also include actors like Brad Pitt, it seems the only reason they lack the same muscle that they spent their entire 20s or 30s gaining, was due to hormones which don’t change until one’s 40s or later for some (especially Channing Tatum who is 42 because his parents were older).

To prove my point, I will consume an extremely low amount of calories until next year, only eating between 3 day fasts, and I will not exercise, and you’ll see the same type of gain in definition Jared Leto saw if I’m correct about the 10% cutoff in a before and after video after October.

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And so, I've calculated that one healthy meal every 72 hours NEXT month should get me back to under 10 % bodyfat head(}33>)legs; that inside of bolded parentheses representing my visceral torso structure I've built in my 20s over the past 10 years which is next to invisible at this weight, IF and only if I can lose only another 16 pounds within the end of this month. That's when I'll post my before and after videos and PROVE that once you've programmed your muscles for a set of dynamic movements under weighted duress (all that exercise I did in my 20s) you no longer need to worry about lifting to gain tonage. 

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You see the last time I was under 10% bodyfat I was still working out, a test-variable I've removed this time around to show you there'd be no difference between me at 26 not working out until I'm almost 30. The body prefers to eat stored fat rather than actual food.

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