Advice on cutting

  1. Advice on cutting


    Hey guys

    I'm a 20 year old college student that's been watching what I eat and working out for about a year now and I've hit a plateau on my weight loss goals. I workout 6-7 times a week, rarely do cardio (bc of the winter), and eat about 2350 calories a day. My supps list include: PWO, BCAAs, whey, fish oil, green tea, cla, and a multi.

    I would just like some advice on busting past this plateau and getting under 200lbs.

    My before pic I was 285lbs with a 40" waist, I'm currently 207lbs with a 34" waist. Thanks guys!
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  2. great "burn more fats"

  3. Quote Originally Posted by chrishenrique View Post
    great "burn more fats"
    ???
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  4. he has some grease, so he must burn it

  5. Quote Originally Posted by chrishenrique View Post
    he has some grease, so he must burn it
    How so?

  6. Problems I see are "about" 2300 calories. You need to know exactly how much you're consuming. I weigh,measure and track EVERY little thing I eat or drink.

    DO CARDIO! Don't lower calories. Too low and you'll lose muscle. You need a balance of calorie deficit and calories burned.

    It's not going to be easy and you'll need to make some sacrifices. Stay dedicated and keep at it, good job so far.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by beastybean View Post
    Problems I see are "about" 2300 calories. You need to know exactly how much you're consuming. I weigh,measure and track EVERY little thing I eat or drink.

    DO CARDIO! Don't lower calories. Too low and you'll lose muscle. You need a balance of calorie deficit and calories burned.

    It's not going to be easy and you'll need to make some sacrifices. Stay dedicated and keep at it, good job so far.
    I track what I can, I use my fitness pal, but some foods I just got guesstimate how much I'm actually consuming.

    But I'm def gonna start doing HIIT....thank you!

  8. Quote Originally Posted by realdyl75 View Post
    Hey guys

    I'm a 20 year old college student that's been watching what I eat and working out for about a year now and I've hit a plateau on my weight loss goals. I workout 6-7 times a week, rarely do cardio (bc of the winter), and eat about 2350 calories a day. My supps list include: PWO, BCAAs, whey, fish oil, green tea, cla, and a multi.

    I would just like some advice on busting past this plateau and getting under 200lbs.

    My before pic I was 285lbs with a 40" waist, I'm currently 207lbs with a 34" waist. Thanks guys!
    Great progress keep going man!

  9. Quote Originally Posted by JD261985 View Post

    Great progress keep going man!
    Thank you sir!

  10. you are great, don't give up
    you can do more sets and rep for burning fats.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by chrishenrique View Post
    you are great, don't give up
    you can do more sets and rep for burning fats.
    this tells me that your knowledge is sub par
  12. Re: Advice on cutting


    An extreme diet like PSMF might help. There is a theory on set points in the body and sometimes you have to go to extremes to break that set point and continue with the fat loss. PSMF with ECA for about 2 weeks and then back to your regular diet strategy.

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  13. Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    An extreme diet like PSMF might help. There is a theory on set points in the body and sometimes you have to go to extremes to break that set point and continue with the fat loss. PSMF with ECA for about 2 weeks and then back to your regular diet strategy.

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    I'll def try that out, thanks man

  14. Great progress man.
    Purus labs Rep
    doin it mountain dog style in here come along for the shred fest-http://anabolicminds.com/forum/workout-logs/229302-danbs-mountain-dog.html

  15. If you aren't doing cardio, I would suggest adding it in. This would be the quick and easy fix. Considering the amount of lifting you do, LISS would be a great option. Even a medium paced, 20 minute walk on a treadmill incline after lifting should start dropping more fat off of you. If you don't have access to a treadmill, you can even jog in place in front of the TV. It might feel funny but it will work.


    If a greater caloric deficit doesn't work, consider more extreme tactics.

    My $0.02.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by TexasGuy View Post
    If you aren't doing cardio, I would suggest adding it in. This would be the quick and easy fix. Considering the amount of lifting you do, LISS would be a great option. Even a medium paced, 20 minute walk on a treadmill incline after lifting should start dropping more fat off of you. If you don't have access to a treadmill, you can even jog in place in front of the TV. It might feel funny but it will work.

    If a greater caloric deficit doesn't work, consider more extreme tactics.

    My $0.02.
    Thanks man I'll definitely implement that. Should I take my post workout supps (whey, creatine) after my cardio or before?

  17. Quote Originally Posted by realdyl75 View Post

    Thanks man I'll definitely implement that. Should I take my post workout supps (whey, creatine) after my cardio or before?
    creatine can be used anytime of the day, its a saturation type supplement....

  18. Quote Originally Posted by hvactech View Post

    creatine can be used anytime of the day, its a saturation type supplement....
    Cool cool, so it's not time sensitive like whey? (I.e. it's recommended to take whey within 30 mins after working out)

  19. Quote Originally Posted by realdyl75 View Post
    Cool cool, so it's not time sensitive like whey? (I.e. it's recommended to take whey within 30 mins after working out)
    Whey or any protein really isn't time sensitive. It's more or less about how many grams you get in the course of the day. I'd argue carbs are far more time sensitive..but there are plenty who continually disagree with that
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