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semms95
02-15-2011, 08:07 PM
im going to try to keep this thred posted but i just stopped bulking im starting my cutting diet and training i got my lifting schdeule good im now 190 bench 300 squat 405 im trying to keep my strength so im still lifting hard and doing low intensity cardio trying to burn fat without losing muscle and iknow its all about diet so how does this sound for a day....
END OF DAY=
1355 calories
25g of total fat
10.5g of saturated fat
165g of carbs
75g of sugar
124g of sugar

all coming from good foods like fruit chicken other meats and fish and protein shakes and bars..howws that all sound with caloires to protein to fats to carbs???? please give me some advice

Alwaysdeadlift
02-15-2011, 08:24 PM
im going to try to keep this thred posted but i just stopped bulking

Doesn't make any sense...


howws that all sound with caloires to protein to fats to carbs???? please give me some advice

Way way too many variables left out. Height? Weight? 1350 calories is most likely way too low, especially if your goal is to retain nearly all your bulking muscle

Matthew210
02-15-2011, 08:26 PM
Hi there, welcome!

How much do you weigh?

I'll give you tip - 1355 calories looks on the light side. Although, I'm not sure how much you weigh. But judging by your numbers, you should be intaking a lot more calories.

Post up your stats (height, weight, age, sex)

As a general rule of thumb, take your maintenance calories and subtract 300-500 to begin your cut, and re-evaluate from there.

Good luck!

Matt

Edit:

^^^ Beat me to it! :)

semms95
02-16-2011, 05:19 AM
Hi there, welcome!

How much do you weigh?

I'll give you tip - 1355 calories looks on the light side. Although, I'm not sure how much you weigh. But judging by your numbers, you should be intaking a lot more calories.

Post up your stats (height, weight, age, sex)

As a general rule of thumb, take your maintenance calories and subtract 300-500 to begin your cut, and re-evaluate from there.

Good luck!

Matt

Edit:

^^^ Beat me to it! :)

5'10 190 male age:17

lovingit
02-16-2011, 05:21 AM
Read this sticky...

http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=121703981

WonderPug
02-16-2011, 05:22 AM
^ This

Your diet is catastrophically poor.

Your caloric intake is at starvation levels, and your protein and fat intake are way too low.

Christiffer
02-16-2011, 05:44 AM
Why is everyone trying to diet on a crash/starvation diet...

vinipitta
02-16-2011, 07:46 AM
5'10 190 male age:17

bf?