1500 calorie diet?

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by David Dunn View Post
    Your laziness is going to waste your muscle. Fat skinny guy is in your future.

    Why do you ask for advice if you wont take it? Seriously!
    sorry david dunn i didnt see you comment. that looks very very good i have seen something like that before. so you think ill still be 3700 is a good point to start? like i said above i've never really cut 100% im on about 4500 kcal a day atm you just thought dropping atlittle more but buy the looks of things you know alot about this
    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyChemist View Post
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    Goal 2013 310lbs 8% 22" Arms

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussieman View Post
    sorry david dunn i didnt see you comment. that looks very very good i have seen something like that before. so you think ill still be 3700 is a good point to start? like i said above i've never really cut 100% im on about 4500 kcal a day atm you just thought dropping atlittle more but buy the looks of things you know alot about this
    I'm not an expert by any means.

    Generally 10-12x BW for calories is a decent starting point depending upon your phenotype. Some of course have higher metabolisms and can handle more calories. I am an endomorph and with meticulous diet and nutrient timing can actually increase LBM and loose fat (recomposition) at 10X bw...I am also 200lbs and 47yo....

    The point I cannot emphasize enough is that it is better for body composition and muscle retention to achieve a deficit by caloric expenditure rather than caloric deprivation. I don't know how long you have been at this but I have been breaking my ass for ten years toi gain 3-5lbs of LBM a year and would not want to lose any due to laziness...I can easily starve myself and lose all of my hard earned LBM.

    Depending upon your experience with deficits you may be able to start with more than 3000 calories but I would not go lower without the risk of losing LBM.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by David Dunn
    I'm not an expert by any means.

    Generally 10-12x BW for calories is a decent starting point depending upon your phenotype. Some of course have higher metabolisms and can handle more calories. I am an endomorph and with meticulous diet and nutrient timing can actually increase LBM and loose fat (composition) at 10X bw...I am also 200lbs and 47yo....

    The point I cannot emphasize enough is that it is better for body composition and muscle retention to achieve a deficit by caloric expenditure rather than caloric deprivation.

    Depending upon your experience with deficits you may be able to start with more than 3000 calories but I would not go lower without the risk of losing LBM
    Makes a ton of sense to me.
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by David Dunn View Post
    I'm not an expert by any means.

    Generally 10-12x BW for calories is a decent starting point depending upon your phenotype. Some of course have higher metabolisms and can handle more calories. I am an endomorph and with meticulous diet and nutrient timing can actually increase LBM and loose fat (recomposition) at 10X bw...I am also 200lbs and 47yo....

    The point I cannot emphasize enough is that it is better for body composition and muscle retention to achieve a deficit by caloric expenditure rather than caloric deprivation. I don't know how long you have been at this but I have been breaking my ass for ten years toi gain 3-5lbs of LBM a year and would not want to lose any due to laziness...I can easily starve myself and lose all of my hard earned LBM.

    Depending upon your experience with deficits you may be able to start with more than 3000 calories but I would not go lower without the risk of losing LBM.
    may not be an expert but you know alot more then me about cuttind an diets :P

    i've bin lifting for about 7 years and have bin using AAS since i was about 18 (stupid i know but it worked) im fairly lean as it is but i just wanted to make the push to about 8% body fat.

    I have alot to think about once once i finish my current bulking cycle if i go cutting ill have to wait a little while. hmmm its hard as my summers only 5 months away haha.

    thanks alot for the info you have given me a truck load of stuff to think about now
    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyChemist View Post
    how do god and jesus feel about AAS?
    Current 289Lbs 13% 20" Arms
    Goal 2013 310lbs 8% 22" Arms

  5. Tried 1500 cal die...its awful mate!! Listen to the guys...I lost more fat eating over 2k.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by David Dunn
    I'm not an expert by any means.

    Generally 10-12x BW for calories is a decent starting point depending upon your phenotype. Some of course have higher metabolisms and can handle more calories. I am an endomorph and with meticulous diet and nutrient timing can actually increase LBM and loose fat (recomposition) at 10X bw...I am also 200lbs and 47yo....

    The point I cannot emphasize enough is that it is better for body composition and muscle retention to achieve a deficit by caloric expenditure rather than caloric deprivation. I don't know how long you have been at this but I have been breaking my ass for ten years toi gain 3-5lbs of LBM a year and would not want to lose any due to laziness...I can easily starve myself and lose all of my hard earned LBM.

    Depending upon your experience with deficits you may be able to start with more than 3000 calories but I would not go lower without the risk of losing LBM.
    Thank you is all i can say for that info. When i was up to about 290 i cleaned up my diet significantly and started eating around 2900 cals a day. Ive gotten down as low as 207 but totally stagnated at fat loss. Infact ive gained a little. Changed stuff around while i was on cycle and it upsettingly got worse, i dropped 1100 cals roughly... I think im going to give this a try. And see how it goes.
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  7. I dont think T3 is VERY OVERATED.. T3/Clen has been confirmed to cut u up... I know figure competitors who live on the stuff... i think the MUSCLE EATING people claim it does is overrated
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by David Dunn View Post
    This forum is full of insanity at times.

    Take your bodyweight and multiply it by 10X = calories

    Take your body weight and multiply it by 1.25X = grams of protein

    Take your calories and multiply it by .35 = calories from EFA (good fat)

    Take the balance of your calories and divide by 4 = grams of carbohydrates.

    Here it is:
    ~3000 calories
    ~375g protein
    ~115g EFA (fat)
    ~100g carbs

    Do whatever weight training you are so inclined to do. After resistance training perform cardio of choice for 30 mins minimum with a target heart rate of 65%-70% of your max heart rate. Consume your carbohydrates around your training.

    Simple, drug free way to very easily shed fat. You do not need nor want to use T3. It is very overrated.

    I am quoting this so that I can come back and learn from this. Why is your avatar not Yoda's image?

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