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FighterInSnatch
07-17-2005, 09:54 PM
Currently: 5'11@195lbs 22%bf

Goal: 5'11@180 15%bf (hopefully getting rid of stubourn mid-section!)

Ok guys and gals, this is my first journal. I'm ready to do this and do it right. Any tips on keeping this thing alive and well please let me know. Thanx -Ryan

Edit: I've attached a few pics to let you know about where I stand.

Built
07-17-2005, 09:57 PM
Hey, I'm interested in UD-2.0 myself. It'll be great to see how you do on it.

You've got some good meat on your bones. You should cut down nicely with this. Best of luck!

Patz
07-17-2005, 10:37 PM
good luck, man..it's a tough diet, but the results are killer!

FighterInSnatch
07-18-2005, 01:18 PM
Monday-Low Carb day

Breakfast: 1 whole egg, 5 egg whites, 1 cup FF milk, 2 slices WW bread,1 tbsp butter.
-Went to class this morning, no hunger feelings, felt great.

Preworkout- 1/2 cup Juice w/ 10mg creatine.

Lunch- 2 cans of tuna, 1 tbsp light mayo, 1 FF hot-dog, 1 cup FF milk, and 1 slice WW bread.
Note: A funny thing happened while i was finishing up my last bit of tuna, for some reason I gagged and my little sisters started laughing at me, made me feel bad :cry: lol

Dinner- 1 chicken breast, 1 cup cottage cheese, 5 crackers.

Late night snack was a FF hot dog.

Weight was 202lbs with workout clothing on and shoes.

THIS WORKOUT KICKED MY ASS! I was going throuh nausea almost the whole time.

Leg Press 3x12
Leg Extension 3x10-12
Flat Bench Press 3x10
Machine Bicep Curls 3x10-8-6
DB Shoulder Press 3x12-10-8
Standing Calve Raise 3x12
Crunches 3x12
Leg Raise 3x12

Then I repeated this over again.

Note: This is basically what Lyle says in his book, I've modified it a bit. Pleaset let me know your input, rememeber this is supposed to be high rep,light weight and short resting workout.

I'll update the rest of my diet tonight.

Unholy
07-18-2005, 01:26 PM
haha dude this is ****in great, post the weight you use and track your progress like that ;)

We will have the same exact days. great for comparison.

Unholy
07-18-2005, 01:28 PM
No juice before workouts ::tisk tisk::

spanky33
07-18-2005, 01:40 PM
your ud2.0 looks pretty modified, but what you're doing should work really well too. especially since you're at 15% fat.
good luck

Unholy
07-18-2005, 01:42 PM
its not VERY modified, you are allowed 50g of carbs a day. His goal is 15% BF.

FighterInSnatch
07-18-2005, 01:59 PM
your ud2.0 looks pretty modified, but what you're doing should work really well too. especially since you're at 15% fat.
good luck

Yes that is correct, I currently sit at around 22%. My goal is 15%, thanx for the comments.

Unholy
07-18-2005, 02:03 PM
Scrap the toast in the morning ;)

Unholy
07-18-2005, 02:03 PM
And the bread for lunch biotch!

ryuage
07-18-2005, 02:08 PM
its not VERY modified, you are allowed 50g of carbs a day. His goal is 15% BF.

really I never saw that in the book

FIghter...

with all the much easier approaches to losing bodyfat especially at 20+% you sure didnt pick the cream of the crop.

briancurran01
07-18-2005, 02:10 PM
plus isnt ud2 geared towards people that are already at or near 15%. Wouldnt psmf be a better choice here?

Unholy
07-18-2005, 02:15 PM
"As a general rule, you should eat no
more than 20% of your total caloric intake as carbohydrates. This will put most people in the 65-
70 gram range or so. You can reduce this further to 50 grams if you wish.
Why not zero as in Bodyopus? Because, outside of letting us cut calories further, there
doesn't seem to be any major benefit to going lower. Even a minimal 50 grams of carbs per day
will help to limit the need to produce glucose from muscle protein. Remember, Bodyopus was
concerned with rapidly establishing ketosis which requires as few carbs as possible to get it done
quickly. Since I don't care about ketosis, I don't see any real need to reduce carbs below 50 grams
per day."

ryuage
07-18-2005, 02:29 PM
so where does it say it allows 50 g im missing the text....

you are telling him to drop this and that but it might fit in his diet.

FighterInSnatch
07-18-2005, 02:30 PM
really I never saw that in the book

FIghter...

with all the much easier approaches to losing bodyfat especially at 20+% you sure didnt pick the cream of the crop.

Ok, let me just briefly explain about this 22% bf. The guy that did it at my gym, it was his first time. SO i realy dont think that it is that high. The reason I chose this diet is because I do not want to lose any muscle during my "fat loss". This seems like the best approach. Another thing, I have no idea what PSMF is or whatever it scalled. Suggestions are welcome.

Unholy
07-18-2005, 02:30 PM
He says there is no point to go under 50g, he also says the source doesnt matter. Im just saying you can have carbs to a certain extent.

ryuage
07-18-2005, 02:44 PM
Ok, let me just briefly explain about this 22% bf. The guy that did it at my gym, it was his first time. SO i realy dont think that it is that high. The reason I chose this diet is because I do not want to lose any muscle during my "fat loss". This seems like the best approach. Another thing, I have no idea what PSMF is or whatever it scalled. Suggestions are welcome.

this isnt a magical diet you can drop a significant amount of fat from where you are at without sacrificing much if any muscle.

FighterInSnatch
07-19-2005, 12:33 AM
this isnt a magical diet you can drop a significant amount of fat from where you are at without sacrificing much if any muscle.

We will see Ryuage. I'm not saying your wrong, but these things are unknown until i've been at least a month into the diet. I will keep you guys updated. Thanx

Unholy
07-19-2005, 07:11 AM
Good luck man!

spanky33
07-19-2005, 10:48 AM
I think lyle says you can have some carbs because he doesn't think ketosis is important. furthermore, the 50 grams of carbs (or roughly 20% of total cals) allows you to eat less protein (1 gram per lb instead of 1.5 grams/lb). But personally I think the 50 grams or so should be 'tag along' carbs. Like carbs in low fat dairy, or FF mayo, etc... Not bread and juice. But that's just my opinion.

I also agree wtih ryuage in the fact that there are MUCH easier ways to drop fat (and quicker too) when you sit at 22% body fat.

In either case, good luck.

FighterInSnatch
07-19-2005, 01:14 PM
Ok, just to let you guys know and I had this conversation with HolyWars. We both agree that theres no way im 22%. I knew nothing about bf , so when i got this estimate.....i just went along with it. I'm getting myself some calipers and will let you guys know what i come up with. Thanx

FighterInSnatch
07-19-2005, 01:25 PM
Tuesday-Low Carb Day 2


Breakfast- 1 whole egg, 5 egg whites, 1 slice of ww toast, and 1 cup FF milk. I also took 4 fish caps and 3 flax caps.

Lunch- 2 scoop protein shake, 3 FF hot-dogs, 4oz cheese, salad, 3 tbsp Light Ranch and left-over green beans.

Snack
- 10 sugar free Twizzlers, 5 slices of turkey

Dinner
- 1 Chicken Breast, 1 cup cottage cheese, 4 crackers.

Workout

Leg Press- 3x15
Leg Extensions- 3x15
Incline Bench- 3x15
DB Sitting Curls- 3x15
Sitting Calve Raises- 3x15
Upright BB Rows- 3x15
Cable Rows- 3x15
Crunches- 3x15
Shoulder Side Lateral Raises- 3x15
Shoulder Front Raises- 3x15
Preacher Curls- 3x15

This workout was pretty bad also. I felt light headed and mild nausea.

Unholy
07-19-2005, 02:01 PM
Good stuff, wait till you do the tension workout ;)

briancurran01
07-19-2005, 02:46 PM
psmf is another diet written by lyle mcdonald.

it is what i am on now..fat loss on this thing is incredible.

briancurran01
07-19-2005, 02:47 PM
I kind of incorporated some of the ideas of ud2 into psmf...it worked wonders for me before hopefully will again

FighterInSnatch
07-20-2005, 03:20 PM
Wednseday-Off Day

Breakfast- NOTHING! I woke up late and had no time.

Lunch- 1 can albacore tuna, 1 tbsp Light Mayo, 2 tbsps peanut butter, 1 slice tomato

Snack- 1/2 cup mixed fruit and nuts, 2tbsp peanut butter, 1 slice ww bread

Dinner- 2 large chicken breasts, salad, 2 tbsp Light Ranch,

Late Snack- 1 cup sloppy joe, brocolli, 1 slice cheese.

I probably should of did some cardio, but I decided to hit the beach :)

I feel skinny :cry:

Unholy
07-21-2005, 04:36 PM
Sup thug, Im going camping at 4am tomorrow. I got that vx8000 programed. Let me know by monday morning on how to ship you that 6000 ;)

FighterInSnatch
07-22-2005, 12:47 AM
Sup thug, Im going camping at 4am tomorrow. I got that vx8000 programed. Let me know by monday morning on how to ship you that 6000 ;)

Dude your awesome man. I guess i'll just PM you my address and information.

FighterInSnatch
07-25-2005, 07:13 PM
Monday-Low Carb

Breakfast- 6 slices turkey, 1 slice cheese

Lunch- 1 slice turkey, 1 cup mozarella cheese, 1/2 cup cheddar cheese, salad, 2 tbsp ranch dressing

Dinner- 1 pork chop, 2 small chicken breasts,salad,2tbsp ranch dressing

Workout

Leg Press-3x12
Standing Calve Raises- 3x12
Flat Bench Machine-3x12
BB Curls-3x12
DB Military Press-3x12
DB Hammer Curl-3x12
Row Machine-3x12
Crunches-3x12

Repeated again.

Today was the worst i've ever felt. I came very close to throwing up.

Comments Please.

SW
07-25-2005, 07:31 PM
Sounds like you think you had a bad day. I think you had a great day, from the looks of it. I feel like puking every time I do football training combined with lifting. You just gotta think "haha, I'm working harder than ALL these ****ers" and then after it think "i gave 100%, left nothing there". Then focus on the feeling after it all. Satisfaction.

FighterInSnatch
07-25-2005, 08:28 PM
Sounds like you think you had a bad day. I think you had a great day, from the looks of it. I feel like puking every time I do football training combined with lifting. You just gotta think "haha, I'm working harder than ALL these ****ers" and then after it think "i gave 100%, left nothing there". Then focus on the feeling after it all. Satisfaction.


Agreed, after I'm done I always feel great about myself.

Unholy
07-25-2005, 11:20 PM
good stuff man, I know exactly how you feel. I try not to eat 1-2 hours before the workout to prevent naseau, You did great today man.

FighterInSnatch
07-26-2005, 12:49 PM
Tuesday-Low Carb

Breakfast-Nothing, had no time. BLAH!

Lunch-2 whole eggs,4 egg whites, 2tbsp Olive oil, 1 slice cheese, 1/2 cup salsa


Workout-

Leg Press-3x15
Leg Curl-3x15
Flat Bench-3x15
Hammer Curls-3x15
Coleman Laterals-3x15
PReacher Curl-3x15

Ok, worst workout i've ever had my whole life. I had to leave after this, I could not bear it any longer. I felt sick to my stomach and tired. I fell asleep at the gym. :cry:

SW
07-26-2005, 01:43 PM
Eat a couple granola bars for breakfast. You will notice a difference in your performance throughout the day.