How LOW can i reduce my caloric intake while cutting on Test & Tren??
24 yrs old. 215 LB's.. about 18% bf...looking to get to around 10%
How low can i reduce my calories for an extreme cut, not to worried about putting on mass. looking to maintain and lose bf
i am currently eating around 2,300 to 2,500 cal per day, how low can i drop it to when i start my cycle?
250mg- 2 shots / week
The slower you cut the better, you won't regret it long term when you get more gains! I wouldn't go under 16-1800 caps if I were you though, as a minimum. Look up some vids on reverse dieting too, increase your metabolic capacity so you don't have to go so extreme with it.
first off what is your maintenance cals. drop that by 600 and boom there is your cal intake. the tren will heat you up like an oven so no need to go any lower than 600. like windy said a slower pace is better. i personally like carb cycling way better and see better results especially if you do cardio. good luck my friend
Your 215lbs and 18% bf. I'm sorry I don't mean to be ripping on anyone but it seems to me that you have 0 cycle experience and 0 knowledge of clean dieting. I may be wrong but if this is the case you should most def do further research into dieting and what would be a proper cycle for you. When your understanding of clean dieting is more advanced and you actually follow through with what you learn then you will see that the fat will melt away naturally. Read the sticky's they are great info I promise. If it helps read them over and over again.
I never have been able to figure out the macro myself.. I need to look in to it more.
I normally do Keto or Paleo keep the protein high as I can and drink alot of water.
Have you ran tren a at 100mg daily before. I have trouble going over 50mg daily on it with out getting Tren cough. I find 50mg daily is my sweet spot on it. Last cutting cycle I did was
50mg Tren A ED
250mg Test Cyp EW
T3 75mcg ED
I got good results from it without training that hard. I was doing a 5 day split at the time.
Just by the nature of the original post, my opinion is for you to stay away from anabolics and get in shape. Do the diet research and put some time into the gym, and run a cycle when you are ready. Ready means you are at least close to your natural potential.
I like the carb cycling approach personally. The idea when cutting is to maintain as much muscle as possible. Obviously you will lose some muscle during the process, but by slowly reducing your caloric intake by the week or every 2 weeks then you will melt the fat away while keeping as much muscle as you can. Your results will continue to come if you are dieting consistently.