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Old 11-26-2012, 11:20 AM   #31
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I have been having a lot of thoughts about carb back loading lately. I need to find something to balance my eating and limit my winter fat gain. I am thinking of using a modified carb back load. Basically adding in carbs pre workout. Chad Wesley Smith uses something similar. Here is what I was thinking:

730 am-2 tsp of cpoconut oil
10 am- shake- 50 grams protein
12- lean beef or chicken plus veggies
2-nuts and fruit
Possible additional piece of fruit here, depending on my day at work
around 4-5 workout
Post workout feast


I have a few reasons for doing it this way. When I previously did CBL I lost a lot of weight fast and it really affected my lifts. I am looking to maintain my weight right now and slowly work on my body fat levels while staying at the same weight. I have ground beef for lunch on my workout days to get in more fat and calories. Chicken on off days to keep some variety.

I found that previously I would get really fatigued about half way through my workouts previously, I felt like I was running on empty. So I can have some additional quick calories before my workout. Not sure when I will start this, I am just really throwing out ideas right now.
I like this idea. I would like to give this a try at some point during my off season.
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Reviving this old thread because I am pretty sure I am going to start implementing this style of eating into my life.

Did everyone who ran this complete the preparation phase that is talked about? 7-10 days of no carbs basically to kind of reset your glycogen stores and metabolism. I figured it couldn't hurt either way but was curious of what some peoples experiences are. Especially becuase 4th of July is coming up, and I love me some food (but could just eat it without the buns, haha).
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