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IHaveToCrushYou
03-18-2007, 06:32 PM
Hey guys I'm bored and can't get my mind off of bodybuilding so I came up with a plan to lower my bf while maximizing muscle gains.

I started a cut 4 months ago at 195lbs and 30% bf

Start
Weight............195lbs
Amount of fat...58.5lbs
BF%................30%

On march 8 I was 175lbs and I'm sure all 20lbs lost were fat (as my weights never went down)

March 8, 2007
Weight............175lbs
Amount of fat...38.5lbs
BF%................22%

Now I plan on bulking up to 200lbs and I'm gonna assume that 10lbs gained is fat and the other 10 is muscle.

Jul-07
Weight............200lbs
Amount of fat...48.5lbs
BF%................24%

At this point I'll probably continue to put on another 20 lbs (again 10lbs fat, 10lbs muscle)

Nov-07
Weight............220lbs
Amount of fat...58.5lbs
BF%................27%

Then cut down to 200lbs (slow cut, no muscle loss)

Mar-08
Weight............200lbs
Amount of fat...38.5lbs
BF%...............19%

Then back up to 220 (10lbs muscle, 10lbs fat)

Jul-08
Weight............220lbs
Amount of fat...48.5lbs
BF%................22%

Then finally back down to 200lbs (all fat loss).

Nov-08
Weight............200lbs
Amount of fat...28.5lbs
BF%...............14%

Does this sound like a pretty solid plan? As well I'm considering this a worst case scenario as I'm assuming every lb of muscle gained is accommodated by a lb of muscle (haven't bulked before so I'm not sure if this is the case for my body)

8.8
03-18-2007, 06:45 PM
thats a pretty detailed plan i would plan on this not going exactly as you have planed it out

IHaveToCrushYou
03-18-2007, 06:54 PM
Yeah I'm using it more as a guideline to keep me on track. In fact this plan is worst case scenario, cause you never know I might gain 15lbs muscle in one month (according to AtLarge :)) or a constant lb a week with no fat at all.