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    In-season nutrition

    So next week classes start and I make the transition from bodybuilder to athlete again and will more or less be in a maintenance mode. I have a few approaches I'm thinkin I might use to keep my weight in check (with a slight lean towards new muscle building) what do you think of doing something like this...

    staying 0-200 calories above maintenance most every day for minimal muscle gains and consistent weight

    2-1 or 3-2 mini-bulk/cut phases: 200-300 calories above maintenance for a couple weeks and then 200-300 below for a week, a variation would be a 3 week/2 week cycle

    I dont want my weight to fluctuate too much from where its at right now but really dont want to lose any more muscle now that im done cutting and would like to maximize my strength and explosiveness in the weight room. Any comments/suggestions?
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    What sport? - ASU?

    ...I know you might get some good comments on here, but you should also see a registered Dietitian. They can set you up with a very accurate diet for your body/sport!

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    i can't help you but what sport do you play at ASU?
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    it's important that u keep your carbs up there, you won't add fat as a) your at school no one eats good there and b0 you want to try to maintain your strenght and mass
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