Ranger Up Fitness: Complete Guide to Nutrition | Military Stories, MMA News, Army, Air Force, Marines, Navy 17 April 2007 Since the feedback to the supplement article has been so good, I decided to write another short guide. In this case, I’ve been getting a lot of questions on nutrition; questions on different diets, meal timing (should I eat at night if I’m trying to cut weight), stuff like that. This can be seriously complicated shit, so please read carefully.
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Sedentary Select if you work in an office or at home and sit most of the day. Even if you exercise a few times a week, you should track that information on separately on MyPlate. Note: We find that most members have an activity level of sedentary or light.