Originally Posted by Eric3237
Sounds good. Don't go right to 500 below maintenance if you are just beginnning. Remember maintenance is for lean body mass not fat too. Start at maintenance and see where that gets you and then drop it from there. Since you are at 18% you're not in a bad place and it's better for long terms results if you let it drop slowly. And it's even possible you may gain some muscle even though you should focus on maintenance if you are truly wanting to cut. My opinion only.
Also another though if you've been eating a lot more than that don't cut your calories down to maintenance or below all of a sudden. Do it slowly. But for me I don't think I would come off a couple year hiatus and go right to cutting. Some more lean mass makes cutting all the easier.
thanks man il try cutting them slowly and see how it works out.
i read the post why arent you growing, its very useful.
i also understand tht its around 80% of the nutrition that wil make you grow..
althrough for the workout
((And for that matter, EVERYONE’S program should be centered around these exercill ses: Full Squat, Deadlifts (or cleans or both), heavy barbell rows, bench press, and Standing Barbell Military/Push Presses. Add pull ups, barbecurls, dips, heavy abdominal work, and some core work (back extensions, reverse hypers, or glute hams) and that should make up 95-100% of the total number of exercises you do. The most effective training is simple and hard.))
should i do all the exercises on the same day, or divide them in 3 separate full body routines.
something like this..
Monday, squats followed by all the exercises
Tuesday: deadlifts followed by all other exercises
Friday: bench press followd by all exercises listed in the post