BULKING DILEMA

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    BULKING DILEMA


    Hey AM. i am on the fence...i want to keep bulking but my love handles are getting pretty large. i dont eat high glycemic carbs unless its after a workout. most of my carb intake comes from quinoa, oats, sweet potatoes, lentils, etc. i was just wondering if it is possible to still gain lean mass and do interval training to lose fat?. id keep the same caloric intake. i dont like my love handles but i dont feel that im big enough to cut. does that make sense or am i an idiot? hahaha thanks

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    i have the same problem. im 5ft 9, 180 but my fat around my midsection has increased and i dont wanna cut but i want it gone lol im thinking about doing a clean bulk, train like im bulking,, but do alot of cardio
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    I suggest doing a 2 week "maximum" mini cut and then presume a 4 week clean mini bulk. I do this and gain very lean mass as well stay hard year round. Right now I am bringing up my lagging body parts (arms and calves) I do a maintence diet monday through thrusday. I train legs and arms with a perfect split for recovery and eat 1000 calories over maintence thursday-sunday. Keep in mind I also do 20 mins cardio 3 times a week to keep fat to a minimum. This has worked really great. I also throw in a couple cheat meals and i have kept same body fat with adding 1/4" to arms and legs this month. Trial and error, but it works for me.
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    While we are on the subject of love's, Is cardio the only way to rid these nasty things? I know the whole spot training thing doesnt work, but I just want to hear what u all recommend for fixing this area...Thanks guys...
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    ive been doing jump ropes and on the bike every training day and mine are slowly fading and im eating like a clean bulk and training like a recomp
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    I have had good results doing some "spot" training on my abs for 10 to 15 min straight with no rest then go run for 15 to 30 min. I went from a 37" waist to a 34" in just one month and didnt lose any wieght.
  

  
 

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