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Bruno93
06-19-2015, 10:15 AM
Getting the last bit of fat off
Sup guys? I need some help. I'm 6', weighing at 178 lbs morning weight right now, still got 2 weeks, give or take, of dieting left. Would like to drop some more fat, been maintaining the weight for like more than a week right now. My macros as it is right now are:

Training days:
2575 calories roughly, 282g carbs, 62g fat, 220g protein.

Rest day:
1750 calories, 130g carbs, 55g fat, 184g protein.

I refeeded this Tuesday, with 3275 calories, 579g carbs, 28g fat and 181g protein. So yeah, big caloric intake compared to what I'd have in that day (more 700 cals) yet, the day after, my weight didn't move at all. It's been stagnant for over a week like I said.

Also, been having very little energy thoughout the day, only place where I have some energy left is the gym because all my carbs are around my workout right now (pre and post workout). Still getting stronger on my lifts, but just barely.

What should I do? Another refeed soon? What's your take on why my weight didn't change? Perhaps my hormonal levels are still crazy? Need more carbs/cals?

TBH, the way I'm feeling like right now, I don't really want to reduce my cals anymore. If anything, I'd do more training volume or something.

Forgot to mention, but I'm also doing fasted cardio in the morning, LISS, for 1 hour, 3 times a week.

urg862
06-19-2015, 01:41 PM
It's about cals in vs cals out and being in a caloric deficit for your goal...so if you're not losing weight then increase your caloric deficit a little..if you don't want to do it through diet anymore then do it through burning cals from exercise

magician27
06-19-2015, 02:23 PM
TBH, the way I'm feeling like right now, I don't really want to reduce my cals anymore. If anything, I'd do more training volume or something.

Forgot to mention, but I'm also doing fasted cardio in the morning, LISS, for 1 hour, 3 times a week.

i think you are doing enough physical activity, like or not, you gotta drop those calories.

loganhart
06-19-2015, 03:51 PM
It's about cals in vs cals out and being in a caloric deficit for your goal...so if you're not losing weight then increase your caloric deficit a little..if you don't want to do it through diet anymore then do it through burning cals from exercise

That's it.

Drop cals by 10% for a week then bump this thread.