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Cutting cycle - crtique please

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2005/07/24 14:42:00 (permalink)

Cutting cycle - crtique please

Hi,
been bulking for about 10 weeks now, made some good gains in strength and size, however perhaps been eating too much because bodyfat has risen from 10% to 16%, i now want to cut in time for freshers week at uni which starts in 7 weeks. Obviously i want to cut quickly because this isn't long, i dont want to loose too much of my gains so i'm going for around 2000 calories a day and lots of CV. here is my plan:

7am - 44g whey in water
7:30 - 50g oats with milk + fruit
10am - low fat yoghurt
12am - tuna can in 2 wholmeal bread + fruit
3pm - tuna + sweetcorn
6pm - meat + vegies
7pm - workout, PWO whey + water
8pm - PPWO - oily fish + veggies
10:30pm - whey in 300ml milk
11pm bed

In combination of weights 3 times a week + 20 mins CV on training days.
40mins moderate cv on 2 non training days.
1 days complete rest


I'm gonna start this diet soon so want some good feedback before i start so i can get it perfect.

cheers.
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    RE: Cutting cycle - crtique please 2005/07/24 19:45:23 (permalink)
    I like the look of it except for it lack of healthy fats. IMO add some nuts or olive oil for helthy MUFA's. Its possibly lacking omega 6's as difficult as that may seem (in some nuts).
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    RE: Cutting cycle - crtique please 2005/07/25 17:48:18 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: ink

    I like the look of it except for it lack of healthy fats. IMO add some nuts or olive oil for helthy MUFA's. Its possibly lacking omega 6's as difficult as that may seem (in some nuts).


    point taken, have got oily fish there so that covers omega 3s. Hard to add omega 6s because want to keep calories down, would prefer to keep carbs as high as possible. Maybe if i have an egg white/one yolk omelate fried in olive oil to replace a meal, what do you think?

    also do you think i have enough carbs in there? should my PPWO have more carbs?

    opinions please?
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