Leaning out/post workout meals

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Danny1516
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Leaning out/post workout meals

Postby Danny1516 » Sun Feb 04, 2018 4:08 am

Ok so recently ive been having alot of time on my hands so started a new cycle im currently 4 weeks in
600mg test
400mg tren e
20mg of dbol (on week 2)

Ok so im currently quite lean, i get abit of bloatedness gaining good quality muscle though, alot of vascularity etc

I train now twice a day. Morning sesh is always like chest and cardio
Evening one is like shoulders tris (just to give an example)

Okay so i want to continue building quality muscle. But get as lean as ive ever been (try a little experiment)

Ive never cutted before so this is what i was thinking general low carb/ high protein and no carbs after like 5pm. But should i still have carbs after my second workout which is usually at 8pm or should i not? Instead what should i have? Dextrose maybe? Or if anyone has any better plan / input on this id love to hear it. Mornings i still will be eating carbs as i feel i cant get a workout in such as chest without some carbs

Thomas
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Re: Leaning out/post workout meals

Postby Thomas » Sun Feb 04, 2018 8:03 am

Have your carbs pre and post workout.

The nuts and bolts are eat a little less over all calories or be more active to drop weight or a combo of both.

If you post up your whole weeks training and diet we can have a look.

Thejosephbear
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Re: Leaning out/post workout meals

Postby Thejosephbear » Sun Feb 04, 2018 3:50 pm

The optimal way of leaning out without minimal loss of muscle I'd say is keeping your carbs in both intra workout and post workout.
If need be have some carbs before bed if it interrupts your sleep as sleep is one of the most important tools for recovery and losing fat.
The rest of the time you should running on protein, fats and veggies.

Danny1516
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Re: Leaning out/post workout meals

Postby Danny1516 » Mon Feb 05, 2018 6:52 am

Thomas wrote:Have your carbs pre and post workout.

The nuts and bolts are eat a little less over all calories or be more active to drop weight or a combo of both.

If you post up your whole weeks training and diet we can have a look.


Okay without making it too long ill do a short summary of what im roughly eating and how im training right now.

By the way i changed to this only for the past two weeks. Gains are id say steady.


Meal 1 pre workout - 5 eggs, 2 or 3 oats packs, berries
Meal 2 - tuna can, salad mayo, 3 slices wholemeal seeded bread - almonds
Meal 3 - chicken 200g and potatos (green veggies sometimes)
Meal 4 pre workout- white fish 2 fillets and yams
Meal 5 - protein shake, banana, 2 oats packs almonds.
Mini meal - Beef mince (150-200g) like a burger and some greek yoghurt
Meal 6 before bed. Cottage cheese, 3 egg whites
I snack on almonds also throughout the day

Training is as follows. - monday AM - chest abs and cardio
PM- shoulders tris (calves at end 5/6 sets)

TUESDAY AM - back and cardio
PM - lower back (deadlifts and hyperextentions) arm workout (more bicep focused) and forearms.

Wednesday AM - Legs and calves
PM - abs, traps and light cardio

I then repeat that and take sunday off


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