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Old 04-08-2008, 07:59 PM
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I see what your saying and believe it or not that's the same reason I dropped it.
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I'm not starting so high is because I was already accustomed to eating high protein/high fats
3000 will be the lowest I go. Yesturday I got in 3300 cals. Only because I started night shift so I wanted some extra.
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TALO, in case you missed it, I edited my post to include more.
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Monsta - are you recording your daily intake via www.fitday.com ?
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TALO, in case you missed it, I edited my post to include more.

Just finished reading your edit. I know it's early but my strength is still there. I have changed my routine around doing 3x3 for the first two then for the last two switching over to explosives ( haven't done these yet) with only 65% of my max.

I will just have to wait and see how things go and like you said I will adjust accordingly.
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i dont think it was that site, but IK recommended something like that to me. this chic i know uses a website like that so i added everythign up for a few days and i was getting around 2 to 3000 topps but still getting 300 grams of protein. i was getting 3000 calories on a good. day. it may have been because i was eating a shitload of tuna and chicken breast. i have been lookin at this keto diet on bodybuidling.com. i dont see anything about a carb up day. when do you guys normally do it. an di guess using that site is more important than i though. i will start to use it often.
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I use fitday religiously. It's definately not an exact science, but if I put in everything I eat minus a few things, then I know I'm close. Today for instance, I'm at 3,910 cals total. 59% fats, 39% protein, 2% carbs.. My goals are very simple. Get overall cals between a range of 3900-4100 cals, my fats around 60%, the rest in protein w/ carbs > 30 grams.

What makes it easy is that I can just get all my foods for the day on there w/ the correct unit of measure. Then I start adding serving sizes here and there.. 2 cups heavy cream, another 8 oz beef, add in a few more whole eggs.. Eventually, you'll get those numbers with the food you prepared. Then it's a matter of setting a flexable time schedule to fit them all in.
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IK gave me some good info on what to eat and im looking up some stuff now. i think i will have ot throw more variety in what i eat. for a little minute i was just eating the tuna and some chicken once in a blue. but if i can get this diet straight i would love it. i would much rather get damn near all my protein from real food than a protein shake. i woudl liek to limit it to just post work out tops
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same here.

As for carb up days. I will be doing it every 7th day ( prob Saturday to Sunday) It can be anywhere from 18 - 48 hrs depending on the person. Last week I started Saturday around noon and my last carb meal was Sunday morning. I could have went longer , but honestly I the carbs made me tired and sluggesh so I wanted to end it.
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ok. i didnt know that your fat intake would have to be that high. do you have to pay attention to what kind of fats you are eating. like i know mayo is a completely different thing from olive oil. i know im kind of slow with this stuff but it confuses me just a bit. im reading it and grasping it but there is just a little im confused about. and that part is the fats.
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did that sluggishness transfer into the gym?
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