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Old 07-24-2006, 09:06 AM   #1
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Diet: Ultimate Diet 2.0 by Lyle McDonald (www.bodyrecomposition.com)

Premise: The UD2 is a carb cycle based diet, with different variants for fatloss, endurance, and mass gain. I will be utilizing the fat loss variant.

Stats:
ht: 5'11"
wt: (will weigh in after two weeks on ud2)
age: 24yo

Measurements: (will be completed this evening)
chest:
gut (around love handles):
arms:
thigh:

General layout:
M/Ts: Low/No carb, high protien, moderate fat/ full body depletion workout
Wed: Low/No carb, high protien, moderate fat/ moderate cardio if possible
Thurs AM: Low/No carb, high protien, moderate fat
Thurs PM: Intensity workout, begin carb load
Friday: Continue carb load, moderate cardio
Sat: Power workout, carbs begin to decrease in the late pm
Sun: carbs cont. to decrease, Hiit Cardio

Suppliments
Fish Oil
MCT Oil
Pure virtago (see log)
Purple Wraath (see log)
Citruline Malate
Alcar
E/C stack (on specific days)

*As of right now I'm still working on hammering out all the details. As I become more comfortable with the diet, the log will become more detailed.

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Old 07-24-2006, 03:00 PM   #2
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what exactly is a depletion workout? I've seen the phrase tossed around but never knew what it means
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Old 07-24-2006, 03:44 PM   #3
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M/Ts: Low/No carb, high protien, moderate fat/ full body depletion workout
I'll be praying for you on monday and tuesday bro. Best of luck!
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Old 07-24-2006, 04:11 PM   #4
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Good luck with the journal. Keep us posted
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Your muscles use glycogen (a form of sugar) as fuel. When you perform work your muscles use up that glycogen, this puts your muslces in a glycogen depleated state. Thats where the term depletion workout comes from.

thanks kane, today was a bitch. I just got back from my workout and I'm wiped. I'm sitin here sippin on my purple wraath, trying to concentrate on studying ... shit is not easy man.

here is a quick run down of what my meals were like today

8am 1/4lb turkey breast, 1 scoop ON 100% whey
12:30pm 1 can tuna, 1tsp real mayo,1/2 green pepper
5pm 2 scoops ON, 4 stalks celery, 2 tsp natty peanut butter
6:30pm 1 scoop purple wraath, 1g citruline, 1g alcaar
8pm 1 scoop purple wraath
9pm 1 flank steak, broccoli, green pepper
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Old 07-24-2006, 06:10 PM   #6
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I'm waiting for my book to arrive until I start this diet. Let you know how it works for me also.
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I'm waiting for my book to arrive until I start this diet. Let you know how it works for me also.
Make a journal. I have a lot of experience with this diet as does Hrdgain. I'm sure if you start with him, it'll be easier to critique and give some ideas on how to survive through it.

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yeah definately keep a journal mark, that way we can compare notes fairly easily.
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UD2.0 is pretty brutal but damn effective...

my tip of the day: Get some metamucil (sugarfree). It's a great way to add substance to the diet without adding a lot of calories/carbs. Its all fiber so i don't even count it towards my nutrients for the day...

serving size is 1 tsp. i'd hit a 1TBSP after each "meal" (3x/day) really makes it easier to not be so hungry + you get to take a solid crap more than just while carbing up.
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Thanks SDF, I'm glad your checkin in on my me man. I know you have some exsperience with this.

Let me ask you, how often did you do cardio, and what style and duration. I only did cardio on friday and sunday last week, and it wasnt for long. The rest of the week I felt dead as shit.

today's workout was shitty. I wasted way to much time between sets, a few buddies happened to be at the gym and I ended up flapping my gums too much. workout took an hour and fifteen minutes, last week it took roughly 55min.
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