Too Few Calories???
- 05-27-2004, 07:56 PM
Too Few Calories???
I'm 6'2 and 220 - 31 years old. Already in pretty good shape (in the 4-pk range). I have been experimenting with my diet forever and even gone so far as to keep a log breaking it down by every single cal and gram of pro/carb/fat for the last month. Extremely clean diet, including all the vits, good fats, etc.
I am at a desk 5 days a week (pretty low cal burning stuff), hit the weights hard three times a week for about 45 mins - hour. Stationary bike 2-3 times on off days for 40 minutes in the fat burning heart rate range.
1 other thing. I use 4 tabs of Xenadrine NRG (2 - twice a day) every week day to keep myself humming. I really like this stuff by the way, but I am pretty sensitive to stimulants so it is just right for me.
Without telling you how many calories I am currently using as a benchmark (since I don't want to bias the answers), how many calories do you think someone my size should be eating to be in a maintain/lose a pound or two phase? My goal weight is 215.
I think I am undereating and it is and putting my body into survival mode (slow bmr).
Let me know.
- 05-27-2004, 10:26 PM
Originally Posted by cyberseano
How is the M-D working for you. Seems to be a lot of mixed reviews. I haven't tried any PH yet, but was thinking maybe 1-T/4AD.
05-28-2004, 05:06 PM
I'm curious, what type of results did you get on the 1-T/4AD? Seems to me if they were good, there might not be a whole lot of benefit to MD 20/20 (my new name for MD after reading your message).Originally Posted by cyberseano
Let me know your thoughts. I'm actually thinking maybe going even more conservative at first and doing a 19-Nor/1,4 Andro cycle. (side note, any idea of +/- of 1,4 andro over 1,4 androdiol?. I know the conversion science, but I mean real world experience).
Tell me what your thoughts are on this, you obviously have a lot more first hand experience with this stuff than I do. Just trying to benefit from your experience brother.
05-28-2004, 05:07 PM
PS - Those are crazy strengths gains by the way. I just went back over them to make sure I didn't read it wrong. In the immortal words of Bill Murray from Caddyshack - "So MD's got that going for it".Originally Posted by kraftkid
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