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Getting bigger and leaner- how?

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2011/03/12 22:09:59 (permalink)

Getting bigger and leaner- how?

Hi fellas,
 
I have put this here, as the question will probs involve training, cardio and diet. I don't see it fitting in any one sub-forum, but please move if deemed otherwise.
 
Basically, I am 100kg @ 20% bodyfat (estimated- maybe a bit more). I compete in strengths sports @ 105kg. 
 
All the top lifters athletes are fairly lean.
 
So basically, I want to go from a soft 100kg to a lean 105kg. 
   
Any thoughts? Anyone done similar?
  
 
post edited by Sheeps_Clothing - 2011/03/12 22:12:42
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    Re:Getting bigger and leaner- how? 2011/03/12 22:25:23 (permalink)
    I've pretty much done the same over the course of 3 months or so, have gained weight and become leaner at the same time. Simply put I just lowered my carb intake by around 30% while ensuring all carb sources were complex, I had no simple sugars at all. My protein and fat intake I left exactly the same. Training consisted of 30 mins cardio daily followed by my workout. Admittedly I was also running Test Enan, Tren Acetate, Boldenone and Growth Hormone, a combination which I definitly think allows for a lean gain of muscle. But I have done the same without any pharm and still had some very nice results. I think if you can keep your protein on the high side, you can 100% play with carbs (slowly decreasing them) till you are just getting enough to fuel the workouts and your day to day activities and letting the protein and your training do its stuff
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