Much of it is in the book (The 80/10/10 Diet
) as well as Nutrition and Athletic Performance
. If you haven't already ordered the book, you might want to get the 80/10/10 Athlete Combo
package that includes both of those books as well as Grain Damage
. You'll probably want to read all of them with the sorts of interests you have.
From my observations, people build amazing amounts of strength and get ripped on 80/10/10 as well as improve performance in many areas (not to mention increased health and vitality), however muscle size does not necessarily grow in the same manner as you get more dense, lean muscle on 80/10/10. This makes you more functional physically for performance, and allows you to be ripped all year, but will also probably require a bit more work for the tape measure measurements to grow at the same rate as most non-80/10/10 muscle has fat under, over and/or through (marbling) it and 80/10/10 muscle is more likely not to have that excess fat. Also, part of the reason you get so ripped is 'cause you don't retain water so much and you don't get bloated and puffy. This allows you to not have to do extreme things in order to be ripped before a competition as is customary in the sport. Because of this I'd suggest comparing contest muscle sizes rather than non-contest sizes in order to get a better equality of size gains which can certainly be done on 80/10/10. I've seen quite a lot of people gain muscle size on 80/10/10.
Here's a recent video of an interview of a fitness model competitor (can't remember if she's fitness or figure competitor) that may address some of this for you. Enjoy!