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Old 03-26-2013, 08:50 AM   #41
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3/26 (Day 10 of ULC): Morning weight is 165.4lbs. This is 6lbs less than my pre-prep weight. Technically I'll be ULC for 11 days since today is a rest day. Will measure my weight tomorrow morning, use the delta chart and then have my first backload post squats + accessory tomorrow.

It's been an interesting "ride" to say the least lol. I really enjoy eating lots of protein and fats but the carbs are definitely important for someone of my age/bf%/activity level in terms of gym performance.
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Old 03-27-2013, 08:02 AM   #42
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3/27: Day 10.5 of ULC (post workout this evening will be CBL)

Weight: 166.2lbs -> probably went up a little due to sodium intake yesterday (increased because I was feeling sluggish) and because I didn't lift.

Waist: 30.5in !!

Thoughts: With a change in BW during the prep phase of ~5.75lbs, according to the delta chart I should shoot for 523g of carbs for my first backload. This is usually the biggest backload and after that they'll probably be closer to 2g carbs/lb of bw. Stay tuned for the food (and possible pics).
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Old 03-27-2013, 09:13 PM   #43
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554g carbs today - glorious.

Consisted of white rice, chcolate bunnie, chocolate peanu butter puffs, fruity pebbles, ice cream, and hash brown potatoes. This will be the biggest backload ill ever have on this protocol. For now on it'll be based on the mirror but ill start with 2x body weight on carbs on workout days
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3/28: Morning weight of 169.6

This is below my pre-prep weight - was looking/feeling a little soft in the mid section but definitely tighter everywhere else. Obviously I won't be hitting 500+g carbs on a regular backload but it was fun. Will be experimenting with 2x bw in carbs after today's overhead + accessory. I'm really gonna try to hit it with a bunch of volume so that I truely earn the backload - should be good motivation to progress.
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3/28: 364g carbs, ~3400 calories - overhead press workout day

3/29: Morning weight of 169lbs
304g carbs, ~2800 calories - accessory workout day

3/30: Morning weight of 168.6lbs
467g carbs, ~4000 calories - deadlift workout day -> kinda pushed the carbs today; it will be interesting to see how I look/feel tomorrow
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4/1: Morning weight of 172.4lbs
330g carbs, ~3400 calories

4/2: Morning weight of 172.6lbs
Probably gonna shoot for ~300g carbs today

Mirror has been showing solid progress, waking up tight and abs showing - the only downside I've noticed on this diet is a dramatic decrease in bowl movements. I haven't gone since March 30th. I may start adding in psyllium husk during my ULC period to get things moving lol

Lemme me know if that's too much info/too graphic lol, but I figured I should present the highs and low of this diet haha
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are you getting your green fiber veggies in on ULC? Also try instant oats in your back loads.
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are you getting your green fiber veggies in on ULC? Also try instant oats in your back loads.
I'm getting a decent amount of veggies during ulc but I've gotta up it. Aren't quick oats to low of gi according to Kiefer?

EDIT: just checked a post regarding GI on their forum
According to the index provided, instant oats has a GI of 83. Which puts it in top 7.

I've been pounding instant white rice (GI=89), fruit pebbles, corn flakes (GI=93)

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instant oats is the highest gi of the varieties. I went on the dh forum but I dont think i can get into the cbl section.
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instant oats is the highest gi of the varieties. I went on the dh forum but I dont think i can get into the cbl section.
The highest of the varieties of what? of oats? of cereals?
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