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    Ok, so for backgound info: im currently 208lbs at 5'9." and 8% bodyfat.
    My training day caloric intake is 3969
    Protein:326g
    Carbs: 525g
    Fat: 65g

    My non training day calroric intake is 3440
    Protein:300
    Carbs: 425
    Fat: 60

    Does this sound good to you guys? Its working but Im trying to tune up my diet a little. I used to eat too little on my off days. I just set this up on paper.

    Does anyone have any recommendations as to their calorie differences\ macro nutrient ratio differences on their training days vs off days.

    BTW my goal is lean mass. (Not cutting, and not dirty bulking.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pudzian2 View Post
    Ok, so for backgound info: im currently 208lbs at 5'9." and 8% bodyfat.
    My training day caloric intake is 3969
    Protein:326g
    Carbs: 525g
    Fat: 65g

    My non training day calroric intake is 3440
    Protein:300
    Carbs: 425
    Fat: 60

    Does this sound good to you guys? Its working but Im trying to tune up my diet a little. I used to eat too little on my off days. I just set this up on paper.

    Does anyone have any recommendations as to their calorie differences\ macro nutrient ratio differences on their training days vs off days.

    BTW my goal is lean mass. (Not cutting, and not dirty bulking.)
    I was never a fan of counting calories. There are too many factors to take into consideration. Also remember that the energy for 'todays' workout comes from 'yesterdays' intake. Just keep up the good work with how you're eating and eat only good foods and bust your ass in the gym.
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    yea thats true. its just easy to blame\rearrange numbers when there are needed improvements to ones physique. besides training and supplementation, diet is usually 80% of the battle, so ive always tried to pay close attention to it.
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