View Full Version : ~Calorie In-Take for Non-Workout days to continue Fat Burn?~

11-14-2011, 07:48 PM
Says it all in the title. Just lookin for some help. Currently at 2100 Cals on Workout days

Mon, Wed, Fri (Workouts) (60-90 min Depending on the Day) and 15 min Cardio 2x a Day.
Losing .3-.4 Lbs per day with this ^

Non Workout Days (15 min Cardio 2x a Day Only)
Daily Calorie In-Take for Fat Burning Still? 1600ish or Closer to 1900?

I have about 20 lbs to lose, I know once i get from 220 to 210 its gonna be harder to burn that last 210 to 200 lbs. So ill prolly just up my cardio and try and keep my calorie in-take around the same till i get to 200.

But yeah, Any suggestions 1600 or 1900?

I know with 1600 ill guarantee lose atleast .3 lbs (But i dont want it to be muscle)
But idk if 2100 on Workout Days and 1900 Cals on Non workout days is enough to keep losing on non-workout days

All advice appreciated. Tips from experience? Thanx So Much Guys :)

11-14-2011, 07:51 PM
Holy smokes. Another thread by you with the same questions. Out of control.

11-14-2011, 08:08 PM
Holy smokes. Another thread by you with the same questions. Out of control.

This is far more different than my other questions. Any help please? Everyone needed help for the most part at some point. Please be nice =\

11-15-2011, 01:12 AM
You're seriously over-thinking this and not giving yourself enough time. Since the last thread you made, its been 3 days, where you asked the same basic questions and people gave you the same basic answers. Don't vary your calories from day to day. Eat ~1000 calories under maintenance EVERY DAY, hit your macros, lift, and .....profit. Its that flippin easy.

Besides that, pls stop trolling these forums. If you want a better place to troll.... try http://www.mmo-champion.com/content/

And just so I can quick reference this later for a quick copy/paste, here's the 5 other threads you made about relatively the same topic, each about 1 week apart.
Obvious troll is too obvious:

11-15-2011, 02:24 AM
Look into the cookie diet and swiss ball training, I think they'll get you where you want to go.