Thread: Planning a Cutting Cycle/Diet!
02-25-2004, 09:22 AM #1
Planning a Cutting Cycle/Diet!
Weight: 190 lbs
Goal BF%: 7%
I am going to go on a CKD diet with carb ups Friday Night till Saturday Night.
Here is my diet:
190 (Bodyweight) x 12.5 = 2375 (maintenance).
2375 (Maintenance) - 500 = 1875 calories per day
I am going to stay under 20g of Carbs/Day
I will be taking R-ALA during the carb ups to help me stay in ketosis.
Protein Goal Per Day - 200-225g
Fat Goal Per Day - 225-250g
I have read to keep fat intake higher than protien intake? But i find it hard to get over 200g of fat per day unless i eat tons of mayo! I don't know if i can deal with that. Does this matter that much to keep fat intake higher than protien intake?
I do have keto-stix to test if i am in ketosis.
I will do cardio almost everyday for at least 30min - 45min on an empty stomach.
I will drink 2 gallons of water per day.
1. How does my diet look?
2. On the carb-ups, how much carbs should i take in?
3. How long will it take to achieve my goal of dropping 4% bf?
02-25-2004, 09:30 AM #2
Are you going to take some anabolics? Or is this just a diet thing? It will depend on a lot of things to see you drop 4%..... diet, work out intensity, supps or AAS.
02-25-2004, 09:33 AM #3
Just a diet thing, no aas or supps. Well ala, multi-vitimain, & fibre.
02-25-2004, 09:45 AM #4
Bro goto Diet Forum - Swolecat will set you up nice - best of luck - on the CKD diet - red meat Bro - that is the best way to get all the fat - also use of CLA's - hope this helps
02-25-2004, 09:47 AM #5Originally Posted by monkeyjuice
02-25-2004, 09:48 AM #6
with that cardio schedule and the diet you will get ripped in no time...
02-25-2004, 09:58 AM #7
While CKD diet's are good for losing weight fast they come at a major expense...losing hard earned muscle mass. If your interested in a body composition shift rather than becoming a skinner version of your former self I would suggest you learn as much as you can about post-workout nutrition.
PWO nutrition is practically the hallmark of bodybuilding. Whether cutting or bulking...your muscles need carbs post-workout (at the very least) to aid in recovery, increase glycogen storage, increase protein synthesis, and preventing protein breakdown to name a few. Based on experience life becomes miserable on a low carb/no carb diet...and I end up putting all the weight back on (and more) when I introduce carbs back into my diet (And did I mention insulin sensitivity is greatly reduced on a CKD diet!).
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