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Old 03-06-2014, 07:53 PM   #13
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You may want to rotate you Kcal/carb and use the zero method to what weight your trying to get to or know as zig-zag you Kcal/carbs, I would do that when I dieting for a show.
The Zero Method is when you are trying to establish a base line for calories so let say you want to get to 220lbs and you want to establish how many calories to take in for a day
Goal weight 220lbs 220 + 0 = 2200 calories
So your base line is 2200 calories, and that's where you start
at let say you start you diet at 2200 calories on day one and
two, then on day three you lower you calorie intake to 1800
calories, and day four you increase it to 3000 calories and
then day five you go back 2200 calories, and the great thing
about the Zig-Zag method is that when you raise or lower kcal
carbs are controlled as well ,even though you are still have
Established a base line on how much carb you are taking in
as well, so as an example if I was training chest and biceps
my calories would be at 2200 Kcal, and on leg day 3000 Kcal
and my lower intake day I would train shoulders, but this did
go to plan as I just mentioned I would rotate days and some-
days leg would fall on 1800Kcal days and chest and biceps
would fall on 3000 Kcal days, so I say just keep it simple and
Zig -Zag and see if it work for you.
Keep me posted and Keep Pumping!
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