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2006/07/18 17:00:51 (permalink)
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cutting - any advice?

hi, i'm currently cutting - not doing any cardio as i am injured. im at around 9% bf nut some fat on mid-section, i'm 5'11 and 170lbs.

Here is the diet i eat exactly the same every day just wanted some feedback as to if it looks like enough calories - i'm willing to be as strict as possible so any suggestions as to how i can change it to get shredded would be much appreciated thanks.

meal 1: 50g porridge oats, 1 serving udo's choice, protein shake

meal 2: 3x dark rye ryvita with 150g low fat cottage cheese

meal 3: 200g chicken breast with 200g broccoli

meal 4: 200g chicken breast with 200g broccoli

meal 5: 1x canned tuna with xtra lite mayo

protein shake after workout

meal 6: 200g salmon with 3/4 cup brown rice

1 serving udo's choice
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    cliff_vtr
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    RE: cutting - any advice? 2006/07/18 17:03:35 (permalink)
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    timings would be useful

    - need preworkout carbs
    - more fruit/veg
    - maybe more variety, seems a little boring

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    RE: cutting - any advice? 2006/07/18 17:04:56 (permalink)
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    protein shake after workout


    what is a protein shake?
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    RE: cutting - any advice? 2006/07/18 17:09:05 (permalink)
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    toxic you are being very pedantic and abrupt today. Remember some of these guys are newbies and dont know all the correct terminology.

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    RE: cutting - any advice? 2006/07/18 17:11:00 (permalink)
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    phd pharma whey - two scoops post workout (56g protein) and 1 scoop at other times.

    i thought i have more than enough veg with all the broccoli? what would you change?

    not too bothered about it being boring i just want to cut as much as poss

    thanks
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    RE: cutting - any advice? 2006/07/18 17:18:52 (permalink)
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    Vary your meals a bit make cutting a whole lot easier and not such a chore, presume meal 5 is before working out ditch the mayo and get some carbs in there maybe have wholemeal pitta with tuna/chicken, bannana. Add some more fruit as long as you dont have it after workout get it in there, it helps me a lot during cutting

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    RE: cutting - any advice? 2006/07/18 17:51:47 (permalink)
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    i thought the carbs at meal six the brown rice are more than enough? so you think i should see results within a month say if i stick to it like i have?

    remember i dont do cardio but i'm told i can cut without any at all just with a perfect and strict diet?
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    RE: cutting - any advice? 2006/07/18 17:53:49 (permalink)
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    Nope you need carbs before too, carbs=energy, you need energy to fuel weight sessions

    I was in Berlin when Cannavaro lifted the world cup for the fourth time, 34,38,82,06
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    RE: cutting - any advice? 2006/07/20 00:32:31 (permalink)
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    i've been on this diet over 2 weeks strict now and im not seeing the results i want still need to lose fat in mid section - wud this be expected after just a couple of weeks?

    also what sort of slow release complex carbs would be ideal for me pre-workout?
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    RE: cutting - any advice? 2006/07/20 00:42:40 (permalink)
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    2 weeks is a sodall, especially if you started the cut at only 9% Bodyfat. give it longer

    can you do no cardio whatsoever?
    post edited by BYF1 - 2006/07/20 00:43:03
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    RE: cutting - any advice? 2006/07/20 19:45:37 (permalink)
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    not really im gonna try cycling in the gym soon. is it really that necessary i'm told as long as diet is cracked then it doesnt really matter??
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