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You need a calorie deficit, that's it. How you achieve it is up to you.
Awesome pics MLJ.
Those dried out riverbeds with the huge boulders/rocks always looks so cool, don't really get that over here. Probably rains too much :p
Holeee fuk a low kcal day is a bad idea when you are lean.
Woke up at 7 am in serious pain because I was so hungry, went to bed at 3 am so only slept 4 hours but couldn't sleep anymore because my...
If you want the caffeine just go with Death Wish coffee :D
Facepulls are pretty much the only direct work I do.
You can expect a massive TDEE drop as you get lower in bodyfat., mostly due to NEAT reductions and training intensity going down. Which is why a lot of contest preppers need to add a ton of cardio or...
The last pic is at 210, pretty much glycogen depleted.
I love to test my limits and push through them. Done total glycogen depletion and glycogen supercompensation, excessive resistance training during a deficit to reach overtraining state (it sucks,...
pfft, 99% of it is hidden.
Thanks :D Few more pounds and then it's time for total glycogen depletion and supercompensation refeed, not looking forward to it as I am going to get a massive carb hangover since im prone to it.
And some more:
Random mix until I go through the pics (got like a month worth of progress pics to crawl through), some bloated etc. just random pics.
Just a vein fix in case anyone is feeling the withdrawal.
eta: some more pics before I vanish again :p
Always had the goal to at least once get as low as I possibly can on bodyfat, to see how it looks and if I can handle the mental battle of doing it.
Varying between 2000-2500 atm depending on activity. Getting pretty lean (need to get some new pics up soon) so activity level is hugely variable as to how much I can push myself to do stuff.
Sorry I phrased my first post a bit poorly, what I intended to say is that the dexa scans has a +/- 10% total body fat error range, on average +/-5%.
Sounds like RC tendonitis, which may or may not be related to the fall. Go see the doc , and look up RC (rotary cuff) rehab/strengthening exercises and avoid any lifts that aggravates it or causes...
Looking away from the money side, having a dexa scan can actually be potentially bad idea. Lets say you hit the extreme end of individual margin of error and it gives you 10% less bodyfat than you...
Maximum intensity is always recommended, as in you keep the load on the bar you did before starting cutting (or whatever you have increased it to for 3-5 reps). Extremely simplified you can look at...