First off, this will probably be more of a question for someone who is well versed in this protocol, as it applies to bodybuilding. Do you agree with the concept of supercompensation and if you do, here's my question. It's been said that if you deplete glycogen stores (in the muscle) that your muscles will pull in more glycogen, for future workouts (supercompensation theory). Most people say that you accomplish this by a diet restriction (especially carbs) and after a few days of this, you reintroduce carbs to you diet and your muscle will pull more in, creating a fuller look. Intense exercise has been shown to deplete glycogen stores (in the muscle) within 20 min. So, now for my question. Couldn't I just do intense exercise, to deplete my stores and then drink a simple carb (juice) afterwards? Do you think this would accomplish the same goal of supercompensation.