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eolithix
04-27-2017, 09:26 AM
Hello again, actually i eat 1500- 1700 calories a day and i look exactly like before, my weight is the same like before ... about 178-179cm and 85kg, 25%BF i think ... my 2 weeks:

monday, wednesday, sunday: 5km running (sometimes only monday and wednesday)
tuesday, thursday, saturday: full body with my maximum 5x5
sometimes bodyweight from freeletics before runnning or after gym

i think 1500-1700 is too low, but i am not hungry .. its OK for me, but i dont loosing fat

i weight every food, every piece of butter or spoon of oil, everything ... i eat healthy, so my question is .. can i up my cals to 2000? or down??? i want to loose 1-1,5kg in a week

thanks :)

eolithix
04-28-2017, 06:27 AM
nothing?

IvanNorge
04-28-2017, 06:52 AM
You're not tracking your food correctly most likely.
Also, I think that 1-1.5 kg a week is too much. That is like 2.3 - 3 + lbs a week. it's doable but too fast IMO

SubWooferCooker
04-28-2017, 06:57 AM
i weight every food, every piece of butter or spoon of oil, everything



Then you are not adding up what you are weighing correctly. Its not possible for somebody your size not to loose weight on those calories.

Luke753
04-28-2017, 07:05 AM
Then you are not adding up what you are weighing correctly. Its not possible for somebody your size not to loose weight on those calories.

Yeah, agreed.

You're not even a little hungry after only having 1500-1700 calories at about 187 lbs. (85 kg)? That's surprising because I eat that amount to lose fat and I am around 137 lbs. (62 kg) and am slightly hungry on those calories.

Mikeez0
04-28-2017, 07:26 AM
Yeah, agreed.

You're not even a little hungry after only having 1500-1700 calories at about 187 lbs. (85 kg)? That's surprising because I eat that amount to lose fat and I am around 137 lbs. (62 kg) and am slightly hungry on those calories.Whaaat are you cutting? Bone weight won't change..

Luke753
04-30-2017, 06:48 PM
Whaaat are you cutting? Bone weight won't change..

I lean down until my abs show without flexing then gain muscle again. A bit leaner than your pictures on your page. It's a personal preference of what I want to look like. You can look like whatever you want. lol You don't show your height/weight, goals, etc., for some reason, so I can't compare. I'll admit I'm still learning about diet and training as there's an overload of info and I'm not sure what to differentiate from what's true or not.

studentsfitness
05-01-2017, 09:31 AM
1500-1700 might be too low, I would instead start higher and gradually decrease to that point to avoid fat loss plateaus