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Old 01-28-2013, 06:12 PM   #26
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Originally Posted by ehubbard View Post
Eat plenty of healthy fats. I know when I eat low carb I have to adjust the calories up in order to maintain weight so you may want to be careful with lowering your total calories.

Have you thought about a block periodization style of program? You could set it up so many ways. Since your are kind of mentally beat you could do a nice long accumulation block and keep the weights light.

The best thing you can do is to learn how to program training for yourself.
I have made sure to eat more protiens and fats to compensate for a portion of the calories lost by cutting carbs. I am careful not to eat to little. To much hard work went into the progress I have made and I am afraid to lose it.
I will do myself a favor and do some research on block periodization.
I used to try to do my own routines, but I've grown accustomed over the past few years to doing the routines of those bigger and stronger than myself.
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