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Davinci515
07-28-2018, 07:44 AM
Trying to get back on track and start a lean bulk. I started last Sunday (July 22), weigh myself every morning after I wake up/bathroom. I feel like I need to monitor for 2 weeks to get a base weight but wanted to see if anyone notices anything concerning.

Weight:
Saturday July 21: 158
Sunday July 22: 154.8
Monday July 23: 154.2
Tuesday July 24:154.6
Wednesday July 25: 155.8
Thursday July 26: 155.8
Friday July 27: 157.2
Saturday July 28: 156.4

Calories:
Saturday July 21: N/A
Sunday July 22: 2,520 (Protein 131g, carbs 282g, fat 103g)
Monday July 23: 2,809 (Protein 97g, carbs 413g, fat 103g)
Tuesday July 24: 2,565 (Protein 129g, carbs 328g, fat 86g)
Wednesday July 25: 2,410 (Protein134g, carbs 275g, fat 95g)
Thursday July 26: 2,620 (Protein 126g, carbs 355g, fat 84g)
Friday July 27: 2,350 (Protein 132g, Carbs 277g, fat 92g)
Saturday July 28: N/A
Average: 2,545/day

Tommy W.
07-28-2018, 07:51 AM
After 4 weeks if you haven't put on any weight then you need to up your calories a bit.

pinggolfer96
07-28-2018, 09:42 AM
hahaha youve been bulking a week and you ask us how you're doing?? well id say you're off to a bad start considering you weigh less

Davinci515
07-28-2018, 11:51 AM
I understand its early, my intentions were to see if anyone noticed any red flags. 158 on Saturday was a weird spike... everyday sense then the weight had gone up until today from 154 to 156. This was a big factor in me making this post. Im Not sure if normal fluctuation in body weight or if I'm in to much of a surpless. Also if your going to be negative and unconstructive then please just keep the comments to yourself.

tlowww
07-28-2018, 11:53 AM
Hey dude, yeah we need more time to really see what's going on but one suggestion I'd have is stabilizing your intake a little better. It's hard to know how it's working for you if your eating 280 g carbs one day and 400 g the next.

Keep things consistent so you can track progress better, keep lifting hard, and get adequate, consecutive sleep and you'll see results!

Davinci515
07-28-2018, 12:51 PM
Will do I'll keep that in mind. What is a good range to keep with? My goal atm according to myfitnesspal is 305 so would a range of say 280-330 be to large?

boo99
07-28-2018, 01:29 PM
Will do I'll keep that in mind. What is a good range to keep with? My goal atm according to myfitnesspal is 305 so would a range of say 280-330 be to large?

No one could say individually for you with CHO

Whatever amount works good for you (which is likely different for me and another lifter) is what you yourself need to determine