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Old 11-01-2011, 01:19 PM   #5
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I started some time back on what I call a recomp-cut. Basically it is a very slow cut, over the entire period of time, I will be in caloric deficit and losing fat (hence the "cut"). But interspersed in this period are calorie surplus, higher carb days around the heavy training sessions.

I sure hope that recomp is not a myth.

But yes, given its nature the changes on the scale will be very slow, and it will take a much longer time to see results.
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