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    Input on my Cutting Diet *PICS*


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    ~11-12% bf (see pictures)
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    Goals
    I am looking to lose the last of my body fat. I want to get a ripped abdominal before I bulk again. I am currently leaner then I have ever been and I want to push it farther.

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    Training
    Monday – Bi’s and Tri’s + 20-30 min HIIT
    Tuesday – Abs and Forearms + 20-30min HIIT
    Wednesday – Chest + 20-30 min HIIT
    Thursday – Back + 20-30 min HIIT
    Friday – Shoulders + 20-30 min HIIT
    Saturday – Legs + Free cardio day (jog, sports, kayak, hiking, whatever I feel like)
    Sunday - Rest

    Supplements
    Protein
    BCAA’s during cardio
    Testofen 3x/day
    Reduce XT (cortisol blocker) 3x/day
    ZMA - night
    Creatine - pre/post workout
    Green Tea Extract 3x/day
    ECA in the morning
    I am also have Activate Xtreme on the way and I want to add Animal Cuts to the mix

    How does all this look? I am most concerned about muscle loss during my cut, but I am willing to deal with a little bit. Will I need to do a keto diet like CKD in order to get to 5-8% bf or will what I am doing work? Is muscle loss common with CKD diets? All inputs and suggestions are welcome. Also if you see any parts of my physique that are uneven or that I should work on, please let me know.

    Thanks

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    youre below 11-12% dude
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThunderHumper View Post
    youre below 11-12% dude
    Badass! What would you all say my BF% is now? I used like 11% or 12% in my formula to calculate my BMR

    If I'm under 11%, how do I get to 5%?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike177

    Badass! What would you all say my BF% is now? I used like 11% or 12% in my formula to calculate my BMR

    If I'm under 11%, how do I get to 5%?

    Thanks!
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    If you hit your protein target for the day and continue lifting, you will slow down the loss of muscle; not completely, but somewhat.

    Now to your diet; if your whey with or without milk? unspecified. Id suggest more fruit, more red meat included at least 3-4 times p/w (iron); depending on how much calcium is in one cup of cottage cheese, id suggest adding in more (hugely important mineral). Would say more but its late :S
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    If you hit your protein target for the day and continue lifting, you will slow down the loss of muscle; not completely, but somewhat.

    Now to your diet; if your whey with or without milk? unspecified. Id suggest more fruit, more red meat included at least 3-4 times p/w (iron); depending on how much calcium is in one cup of cottage cheese, id suggest adding in more (hugely important mineral). Would say more but its late :S
    Thanks for the reply!
    I drink my whey and casein without milk, water only. It takes very little argument for me to eat more red meat! I'll add more in. The cottage cheese only has 8% of daily recommended values, so I'll look into getting some calcium pills or something.

    On the fruit issue, keeping fruits around the house is problematic. I have a tendency to get the munchies late at night and I will start ripping into the fruit like there is no tomorrow. I'll have to figure something out - I know I should be eating moderate amounts of fruit.

    Thanks again!
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    Also what do you guys think my BF% is at right now?

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