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Old 03-12-2012, 07:17 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by VicPhilly View Post
I'm 250-255 at about 18-20% bf. I'm a person that loves food but I need to drop bodyfat to avhieve my fitness goals. Can anyone offer me any guidence on how to design a diet plan
There are quite a few on here who can help. Be patient, they will find you. In the mean time, help them out a bit.

Age, height and weight?
What does your current diet look like? Sample daily menu for training and non training day.
Do you know your maintenance calorie level?
What type of workouts are you doing and how often?
What are your goals, besides leaning out?
Can your budget handle a change in menu?
How well do you take direction?


All of these questions will help those of us who try to help.
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