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    newbrew is offline Senior Member
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    60% protein 20/20 fat/carbs or 50/20/30 ?

    Does it sound rediculous to run my diet 60% protein, 20% fat, and 20% carb?

    I am currentluy 5'11 @ 180 pounds. I would be happy with gaining 20 pounds.

    What %'s seem to work best when starting a first cycle?

    How about 50% protein, 20% fat, and 30% carbs? Adjusting protein % to maintain a 1.5-2.0 per pound ratio.

    I use a program to keep track of my diet where I am able to insert these percentages....makes it really easy to see what do and dont need to eat. Guess I am just looking for some feedback from people who may do the same, thanks
    Last edited by newbrew; 12-23-2004 at 06:43 PM.

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    you definitly need more carbs then protein
    and make sure theyre all COMPLEX carbs not simple

    only simple carbs immediately after working out... such as dextrose

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    SwoleCat is offline AR Hall of Fame
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    Percentages don't mean diddly-squat unless we see where/why those are distributed and with what.

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    newbrew is offline Senior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    Percentages don't mean diddly-squat unless we see where/why those are distributed and with what.

    ~SC~
    I am pretty lightweight, 180 pounds. I am trying to keep a 2.0g per body weight in protein. Using those percentages works with my current diet, about 2500 calories. I will be upping my calorie intake quite considerably somewhat soon and adjusting the %'s

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