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    Carbed up and full vs depleted but ripped.

    So I'm at a weird stage where if I'm carbed up my muscles are full and I look big but my 6 pack loses definition. The other side of that is when I deplete the carbs I look flat but my abs are fucking ripped. What's the solution for this? Lose more BF do that even when I'm carbed up and carrying water I still have the crazy an definition?



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    You eat carbs and your abdominals lose definition straight away?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wavefunction View Post
    You eat carbs and your abdominals lose definition straight away?
    No it's cumulative, few days... I can still see them they just don't pop the same

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChemyoDude View Post
    So I'm at a weird stage where if I'm carbed up my muscles are full and I look big but my 6 pack loses definition. The other side of that is when I deplete the carbs I look flat but my abs are fucking ripped. What's the solution for this? Lose more BF do that even when I'm carbed up and carrying water I still have the crazy an definition?



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    You just gotta keep adding mass with carbs and get where you want and cut.
    If you are like me you wont be satisfied lol.

    You need that carb load to truly grow imo.
    Personally I like the full look with less abs over depleted.

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    You could try carb cycling with "extra high" carb day and get the best of both worlds (psychologically at least).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Windex View Post
    You could try carb cycling with "extra high" carb day and get the best of both worlds (psychologically at least).
    Was thinking the same thing like 3 days no carbs then followed by a dayaybe two of high carbs... And repeat

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