- 01-11-2010, 12:13 PM
I understand the whole procces of bulking and what you do to bulk.. but i have some questions on cutting... when you cut do you lose a ton of weghit/muscle/and strength? because if i wanna cut i just would like to get more ripped like be able to see my abs nd everything look cut you kno im not fat i work out alot im 5'10 185-190 body fat havent had ckeeked but probably around 15-20ish...some advice would be great
- 01-11-2010, 02:12 PM
However, there is NO reason why you should lose muscle and strength whilst cutting. The PRIMARY TARGET of cutting should be to MAINTAIN THE MUSCLE MASS THAT YOU HAVE. Losing BODYFAT is SECONDARY. And you ONLY want to lose bodyfat. You will lose weight if you are losing bodyfat; however, I would NOT recommend looking at WEIGHT losses, but concentrate on FAT loss. Strength does not have to be lost; losing weight does not correlate to strength loss.
15-20% bodyfat is pretty high for a male. I wouldn't recommend guesstimating your body composition unless you KNOW what you look like at different bodyfat levels.
If you're looking to lose fat, check out The 3 Keys to Fat Loss and do some personal research and reading. You need to find what works for YOU re fat loss; there is no 'one size fits all' for it.
01-11-2010, 02:36 PM
im 17 years old which makes it a lil diffrent but like i have abs tht you can legit see when i flex you see im not really fat i mean to b exact when i was a shopmore 16 i had 12% body fat but i kno i add some fat cuZ i gained weghit over the summer
01-11-2010, 03:00 PM
01-11-2010, 04:00 PM
im a football player nd wrestler so for like the summer and spring i bulk for football to gain weghit but like right when football ends i would always try nd lose some weghit for wrestling by like not eating as much nd not lifting enough nd i wanted to kno how to cut so i can looked jacked for wrestling nd mabey lose 5-10lbs of body fat so im like 6-7% bvody fat
01-11-2010, 04:08 PM
01-11-2010, 04:29 PM
just continue training how you are but add cardio and change your diet up a bit. if u wanna change your training, go with higher reps.
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