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  • A workout plan doesn't make you lose fat, being...

    A workout plan doesn't make you lose fat, being in a consistent calorie deficit is the only thing that is going to help you. You want to drop 14kg, which is 30 lbs, but your planned deficit is only...
  • How long have you been working out? The reason I...

    How long have you been working out? The reason I ask is because back when I first started lifting I was in a caloric deficit and managed to increase strength even while cutting weight for 7...
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    Fellow 6'5"er here. Yeah at your height you have...

    Fellow 6'5"er here. Yeah at your height you have the distinct advantage of being able to mass gain without looking too fat (at least in clothes) for quite a while. Take the advice above and build...
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    If that bold part above isn't enough to...

    If that bold part above isn't enough to "motivate" you I don't know what else any of us can provide in that regards.

    But seriously, to get to your weight you really have to eat like crap, and a...
  • Unfortunately nobody ever stopped losing weight...

    Unfortunately nobody ever stopped losing weight by eating "too little", as long as you're in a calorie deficit your body will burn fat reserves. However, the smaller you are the less weight you...
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    A 5'10" and even with a few years training under...

    A 5'10" and even with a few years training under your best you're definitely not going to be "ab lean" at 200 lbs, you may have to lose 30 lbs to get there. You're also definitely not going to...
  • Yep, you should have started on day 1.

    Yep, you should have started on day 1.
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    The only sure fire way to know that you're in a...

    The only sure fire way to know that you're in a deficit is to see visible and measurable weight loss. There is also no way to accurately measure your body fat (especially to the degree that you're...
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    4 months bulking is not enough time to build an...

    4 months bulking is not enough time to build an appreciable amount of muscle. Best case scenario you put on 1-2kg of muscle in that amount of time and the rest is fat/water. You need to aim for no...
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    You need to build more. If you are a true 17%...

    You need to build more. If you are a true 17% at 131 lbs you might have to lose 15 lbs to see abs (if they're even developed enough), and its just not worth it IMO.
  • https://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=17...

    https://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=173439001
  • You have to stay consistent for a long, long...

    You have to stay consistent for a long, long time. If it was easy then everyone would look like they lift, you have to be willing to put in a few years of work. Learn to make the gym a habit and...
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    This...

    This...
  • Tall guys like us (I'm 6'5") are at an extreme...

    Tall guys like us (I'm 6'5") are at an extreme disadvantage for looking like we have muscle, the upside is that we're at an advantage for not "looking" fat (at least in clothing) even though we might...
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    Sure you're free to drop calories right to the...

    Sure you're free to drop calories right to the lower point and ride it all the way to the end, but most people find it easier to go in stages. The one downside to going in stages is that is that...
  • The only proper response to that is that a...

    The only proper response to that is that a calorie is a unit of energy, and so yes, a calorie is in fact a calorie and they are equal. What people usually mean when they say that is that not all...
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    Your maintenance calories are well over 3000 at...

    Your maintenance calories are well over 3000 at that size if you are an athlete. 2000 calories a day may just get you there.
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    Just be sure you’re getting at least 0.8g of...

    Just be sure you’re getting at least 0.8g of protein per lb of body weight and eat whatever calorie amount has you losing about 1-2 lbs per week. Slow and steady is the name of the game.
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    I usually cut anywhere from 8-12 weeks or until I...

    I usually cut anywhere from 8-12 weeks or until I reach my desired level of leanness, then repeat the process. It takes a long time and many cycles of building up and stripping off the fat to get...
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    The amount and type of cardio you choose to do...

    The amount and type of cardio you choose to do (if any) is totally irrelevant to weight loss. Sure it will help you create a bigger caloric deficit, but the downside is that it tends to make people...
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