And i Included my The cals for each food, Eating.
Anything would be great. Ive been doing 1 On 2 off
Morning Lift: Chest Tris Shoulders Lats Abs
Afternoon: Back Bis Forearms Legs Abs Cardio 30Mins
Day off2: Cardio 25-30mins.
Im still going up in numbers but does it look like i will continue to get to 7-8%, I would love to add Sesamin Oil + Cla when i get the $$. And im seeing just results, just asking the population, because you guys are always helpful.
2 Whole Eggs
Cal From Fat 80
Total fat 9G
12 G Protein
Day 1: Burning ~400+1302+1845 <running+workingout+bmr
Burn About 3457
Day 2: Burning ~1845
Burn About 1845
Day 3: Burning ~1845+400
Burn around 2245
So in a week i Eat
Burn About ~
3457+1845+2245+3457+1845+2245+3457 +3850 For sleeping + 500-1000 Other Misc. .22901-23401
Should i maybe up the intensity of the cardio?
Routine is as follows diff weights tho old #'s
One Day (Double) on & Two Off
One Day on with cardio 30mins
Dayoff with cardio 30 mins
Protein: no lower than a gram per pound lbm
Fat: no lower than half a gram per pound lbm
You have about 150 lbs LBM, so your protein target is at least 150g, and your fat target is at least 75g.
Your workouts for a cut leave something to be desired. Why so much volume? I don't see squats... no man should do kickbacks lol - wide grip pulldowns are rotator cuff killers, do narrow grip weighted chins instead...
Seriously, toss the workout.
O okay, thanks. And the mucho volume is because I'm used to training with high amounts of volume, it's been working for me & this routine hardly tires me out. I could do it all over again the next day. lol And ill change up the diet and the widegrips
Training for a cut and training for a bulk are a little different. On a bulk, you have extra food, extra energy, your ability to recover is greater.
On a cut, you simply don't have that much juice lol - your focus isn't on hypertrophy anymore, it's on muscle-retention. Lifting a light weight over and over won't convince the body to keep muscle around. You simply don't need a big muscle to lift a light weight 12 times, then do it again for 7 more sets.