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2014/11/04 21:34:36 (permalink)
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can anyone help me out

Hi I've been training consistently for around 4 months now 6 days a week using heavy weight low reps. My strength has doubled but being about 30% bf I now want to drop my body fat.
Should I keep my weights heavy and just add hiit at end of my workouts. At moment I do no cardio and my diet is high protein but also high in carbs and sugar. This is my new diet can you critique it please.

Train on empty
2 scoops whey (p.w)

5 egg whites 1 yolk
50g oats

Chicken salad

Chicken salad

1 scoop whey and almonds

Tin of tuna and veg

1 scoop Michealer ceasin protein
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    can anyone help me out 2014/11/04 22:22:56 (permalink)
    Might be a bit low in calories tbh, you want to create a deficit but not too much or you'll struggle to keep your lean mass, especially if you start adding hiit. Food choices look ok. Could do with a bit more fat though.

    You may want some more carbs as you get leaner (or if your training is suffering) but dropping sugar is always a good idea.

    Heavy weights plus hiit is a solid plan for losing fat IMO.


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    Re: can anyone help me out 2014/11/04 23:48:16 (permalink)
    Cheers mate I might add a few almonds in and some olive oil that will up my cals and fats. Kill 2 birds with 1 stone.
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    Re: can anyone help me out 2014/11/05 09:43:53 (permalink)
    nick2009
    Hi I've been training consistently for around 4 months now 6 days a week using heavy weight low reps. My strength has doubled but being about 30% bf I now want to drop my body fat.
    Should I keep my weights heavy and just add hiit at end of my workouts. At moment I do no cardio and my diet is high protein but also high in carbs and sugar. This is my new diet can you critique it please.

    Train on empty
    2 scoops whey (p.w)

    5 egg whites 1 yolk
    50g oats

    Chicken salad

    Chicken salad

    1 scoop whey and almonds

    Tin of tuna and veg

    1 scoop Michealer ceasin protein



    What is your current diet like? Put that up too...
     
    Ideally, as per Kaneda has alluded too, you want to tweak your current intake to get results first. Obviously a diet high in sugar is not a great start, but we may be able to clean it up enough for you to get results without too much of a drastic change.
     
    In essence, I think it's best to start out slow and tweak things when results stall. So I would look to clean up the current diet first and milk that until your weight loss stalls. When that happens, then I would add in CV. If you play all your cards at once, down the line you might find yourself having to take drastic measures to get results. 

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