o and my stats 22 years old are 6'2 245 lbs 10%bf been aroundbodybuilding while now its my life
I have been on this type of diet for about 8 weeks now. I went from 14,8% bf to 11,2% which represents from 204lbs to 195lbs as we speak. I lost very few muscle mass, mostly fat and would even say a little bit of lean mass gained. I will be continuing this for another 10 weeks since I like the results. My goal is 8% by the 1st of June. I need to work on my discipline. Im allowed a cheat meal every 5 days but everytime It transforms into a cheat day. Im also doing 2-3 times cardio post-workout for about 25 mins per week. My HR is around 150-160 so I should probably do more with lesser intensity.
The only variation I have is 7 egg whites and 1 whole egg for breakfast. I also have a higher intake of Omega-3 at 6 x 1000mg per day. The low to no carb is extremely difficult to keep up... I started taking Gaspari Cytolean to keep my energy levels high and help suppress appetite. My strenght overall has stayed the same.
Just because you do not like something (or understand) doesn't mean it doesn't work. Also, years in the sport do not qualify you over others when it comes to knowledge of diet, training/exercise physiology, anabolics, etc.
I started back up on it though and going to try to get less saturated fats, but with the red meat it's hard to avoid.
Here ya go:
Diet: (for 250lb man)
Meal 1 6 whole Omega-3 eggs
Meal 2 8oz chicken with 1/2 cup raw almonds
Meal 3 50g whey with 2 tablespoons all natural peanutbutter
Meal 4 8oz salmon with 1 cup asparagus with 1 tablespoon macadamia nut oil
Meal 5 50 g whey with 2 tablespoon PB
Meal 6 6 whole eggs
If your not getting ready for a competition then I would not worry about it much and make sure you still get in the recommended amount of daily fat intake. If you are just looking to lean up while still gaining some muscle you should try the Anabolic Diet I posted in Max's Journey on the Palumbo Diet.