Erase+DAA+Alpha T2 Recomp/fat loss

  1. Erase+DAA+Alpha T2 Recomp/fat loss


    I am into my 6th week cut from about 97kgs currently holding around 87-88kgs.
    Diet is pretty much a high protein, mod fat, low carb. Currently only one my staples, amino acids, caffeine before workouts.
    I have run DAA 3 cycles b4, and about 1 week ago I started another cycle.
    I am close to 12% bf right now and my calorie intake and spread looks something like this:

    300g protein (1200)
    90g carbs (360)
    45g fats (405)
    Total: 1965 cals

    I have 2 questions:

    Should I manipulate my cal intake? Thinking of adding more fat and cutting a lot off my protein and a little off my carbs.

    maybe 250p, 80f, 75c

    Second: I have been dieting for about 6 weeks.
    Should I break? or should I just continue?


    Thanks in advanced


  2. Quote Originally Posted by kyoryoko View Post
    I am into my 6th week cut from about 97kgs currently holding around 87-88kgs.
    Diet is pretty much a high protein, mod fat, low carb. Currently only one my staples, amino acids, caffeine before workouts.
    I have run DAA 3 cycles b4, and about 1 week ago I started another cycle.
    I am close to 12% bf right now and my calorie intake and spread looks something like this:

    300g protein (1200)
    90g carbs (360)
    45g fats (405)
    Total: 1965 cals

    I have 2 questions:

    Should I manipulate my cal intake? Thinking of adding more fat and cutting a lot off my protein and a little off my carbs.

    maybe 250p, 80f, 75c

    Second: I have been dieting for about 6 weeks.
    Should I break? or should I just continue?



    Thanks in advanced
    If you've been dieting for six weeks at a perpetual LESS than Maintenance caloric intake, then YES, you should be manipulating your caloric intake. However, NOT by decreasing them even lower - if you are resistance training, then you're just likely to push your body closer to a starvation state, and I recommend actually CALORIE CYCLING (a lot of information out there on this, so do some research) instead, since that's the BEST nutritional method for fat loss, IMO.

    ~Rosie~
    Contact Me for INDIVIDUALIZED TRAINING AND NUTRITION

    "Think like a Champion. Train like a Warrior. Live with a Purpose." - Rosie Chee

  3. Quote Originally Posted by Rosie Chee Scott View Post
    If you've been dieting for six weeks at a perpetual LESS than Maintenance caloric intake, then YES, you should be manipulating your caloric intake. However, NOT by decreasing them even lower - if you are resistance training, then you're just likely to push your body closer to a starvation state, and I recommend actually CALORIE CYCLING (a lot of information out there on this, so do some research) instead, since that's the BEST nutritional method for fat loss, IMO.

    ~Rosie~
    ^
    Very sound advice.
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  4. Thanks, I think I will as I am gaining weight on a 1800 cal diet...

    I noticed you like the velocity workouts, do you also like the diet?

  5. Quote Originally Posted by kyoryoko View Post
    Thanks, I think I will as I am gaining weight on a 1800 cal diet...

    I noticed you like the velocity workouts, do you also like the diet?
    Not sure how you can be GAINING weight on only 1,800 calories - I wouldn't even go that low for cutting!

    Well, no, I do not like the Velocity Training Programme as it stands - there is not enough volume for me, and only training for four ~20-minute sessions a week is akin to me being sedentary, which is why I modified it to suit me.

    Re the Velocity Diet, I don't diet, and no, I've never tried it - definitely NOT healthy and certainly not something that is very sustainable (if you're training as little as recommended, it could be ok for a week at best, but I would never recommend something so ridiculous re calories for anything longer than a few days).

    ~Rosie~
    Contact Me for INDIVIDUALIZED TRAINING AND NUTRITION

    "Think like a Champion. Train like a Warrior. Live with a Purpose." - Rosie Chee

  6. Yea after reading your logs and stuff today I realize you would never advise that diet.

    Im gonna ease myself back on maintenance because for a 88kg 177cm guy... 1800cals is just tooo low.
    Gonna up my carbs and keep protein around 200g, fats around 50-60g. rest carbs and slowly up them, I'll use the mirror as a guide.

    Oh and Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  

  
 

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