View Full Version : Giving UD 2.0 a whirl..

08-12-2007, 06:05 PM
Hey guys. I've decided that it would be a better idea to drop down to atleast 10%BF or below before I truly bulk to 200. I believe it would be smart for partioning purposes, as well as I don't want to ever be a blob again. Few questions for you guys.

1)Do you think it would be smart for me to do this? I'm about 14-15% at 161-163 and I intend to run a six weeks cycle to drop to about 152-154 and sub 10%.
2)Also, I've read that some people have actually come close to maintaining their "before" weight due to recomposition. If I keep my cals close to maintenance on Sat, Sunday, could I expect this?

Well, here's what I got.

Monday, Tues, Wed

Breakfast-5 egg whites, 3 whole eggs, 2 cups milk
Lunch-1/4 cup oats, 2 scoops Nitrean+H20
Dinner-3 pieces chicken, 3 cups broccoli+1/2 tbsp olive oil
Bedtime-2 cups cottage cheese+6 fish oil


Supps-ETS, Multivitamin, Vit C, Nitor

Depletion W/O from book.


3/4 of Monday, Tues, Wed diet

Start Carb load------>Friday night

Carb=855(Pretzels, Oats, Bagels, Chex mix, veggies)

High Tension W/O from book

Saturday-Sunday diet

Power Workout for Saturday

Squat 3x4-6
Bench 3x4-6
Chins 3x4-6
Dead 1x3-5

Tell me what you guys think. Thanks.

08-13-2007, 08:04 AM
I started UD at roughly 14% bf and did it strickly for 4 weeks and slacked a little for the next two. I ended up being only about 7 lbs lighter and ended with a bf of ~10%. Got much more vascular as well. The diet is tough at first, but you'll get used to it. The carb load can be a bitch too. The key is to get as many carbs as possible Thursday night after training so that you don't have to stuff your face all day Friday and feel gassy and bloated and have to **** your brains out haha. The training part (6 x 15) is a bitch the whole time. The Thurs/Sat workouts are easy though.

Looks pretty good from what you have. I tried to keep carbs lower than 50 on thge depletion days (usually around 16-24). You should be fine. Good luck with it.