The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness
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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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  1. #1
    Wannabebig Member
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    Starting a Cut, help me with me diet

    Hey all,
    I am about 5' 9'' 200 lbs and am starting to cut again. I have been weight lifting for a while but I've really put on some weight in the last few months and it just needs to go. I think i'm around maybe 20% BF.

    I am trying to work out 3 days a week M,W,F and then running on off days. Should I be focusing on heavy weights, lactic acid training?

    My question is: How is my diet looking and what do I need to do/add to get a consistent 2 lbs lost per week.

    Heres a link to my fit day.
    http://fitday.com/WebFit/PublicJournals.html?Owner=vhx1

    I think i some how need to up the calories a lil by adding some fat but i'm not sure what kinda fats I can eat besides pb and avocados.
    Last edited by vhx1; 02-12-2008 at 04:07 PM.

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    Senior Member Aslin's Avatar
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    cheese is a good fat, just measure how much you eat.
    also Omega 3 oil

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    Fear No Weight BPM Osgood's Avatar
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    Your Diet is a little low in Carbs. Im only 186lbs n my diet has 400 carbs form my base diet. I eat 200 carbs on a low day and 600 carbs on a high. Make sure you have a high carb day at least every 4-5days. This will keep your Energey Reserve Levels Up. On a high Carb day make sure you dont train at all, it is a rest day. Eatting Higher Carbs will bring your total Calories Up makin you feel let hungery!

    You need 6 Meals a day. I basic 300 carb/240 protien breakdown would look like this:
    Meal - Carb - Pro
    1 - 75g - 40g
    2 - 37.5 - 40g
    3 - 37.5 - 40g
    4 - 75g - 40g
    5 - 37.5 - 40g
    6 - 37.5 - 40g

    Good Luck Brother!
    Ain't Nothin 2 It But 2 Do It!
    BPM Osgood
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    Quote Originally Posted by BPM Osgood View Post
    Your Diet is a little low in Carbs. Im only 186lbs n my diet has 400 carbs form my base diet. I eat 200 carbs on a low day and 600 carbs on a high. Make sure you have a high carb day at least every 4-5days. This will keep your Energey Reserve Levels Up. On a high Carb day make sure you dont train at all, it is a rest day. Eatting Higher Carbs will bring your total Calories Up makin you feel let hungery!

    You need 6 Meals a day. I basic 300 carb/240 protien breakdown would look like this:
    Meal - Carb - Pro
    1 - 75g - 40g
    2 - 37.5 - 40g
    3 - 37.5 - 40g
    4 - 75g - 40g
    5 - 37.5 - 40g
    6 - 37.5 - 40g

    Good Luck Brother!
    I do try to do a carb refeed every 4-5 days but i would think 300 carb is a bit high. The more carbs I eat the more hungrier i get.

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