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Old 10-05-2013, 01:19 PM   #1
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Just finished first Smolov cycle and am wanting to do a high fat bulk.

Considering 4000-5000 cal/day.
Post workout/ Breakfast 1300-1400 cal shake
90 g protein (3 scoops whey isolate)
1 cup heavy whipping cream
1 cup almonds
8 oz of milk

Lunch (chili)
2 lbs ground beef
1.5 lb stew meat
1 lb beans
1 onion
2 cans diced tomatoes
makes 4 servings

Dinner
Meat heavy meal, low carb

Night time shake (1000-1100 cal)
60 g proteins (2 scoops whey protein isolate)
1 cup heavy whipping cream


How does this sound?
Has anyone done a high fat bulk?
Do they tend to be cleaner or not?
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Has anyone done a high fat bulk?
Do they tend to be cleaner or not?
I bulked for the last year + on high fat low carb. Only thing I see wrong with your diet is beans. They are high carb.

Whole foods are clean foods to me. So everything looks fine.

I would learn how to make some cream sauces for your meats. It will add calories. I use simple ones like sour cream and salsa for chicken, and a combo of cream cheese, some heavy cream, water and cheese for some of my other meats.

The sauces are nice to use and don't require you to chug down a cup of heavy cream at one sitting.

I would also note you need to get some veggies in there. Dice spinach goes well in everything. I try to add color to every meat meal...spinach, green peppers, fresh jalapenos, cauliflower mash, etc.
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There are some good side dish and main meal recipes in our low carb forum:

http://muscleandbrawn.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=63
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I have had good luck with high fat / low carb eating.

Although at my age, I dont quite pack in as many calories as you will be.
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Interesting approach. Will you introduce carb refeeds?
What would your workout routine look like? For me, when I go lower carb, my volume and work capacity per session decreases.

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Looks like you are getting most of your fats from meat. I don't think thats a bad approach. One thing I would change is the 90g protein shake in the morning. I find that anything over 50g of protein in a meal, that your body will just push it out as waste. Since you are only eating 3 meals, I would split that shake up, which would add another meal. I think you would see better results this way.
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What would your workout routine look like? For me, when I go lower carb, my volume and work capacity per session decreases.

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I love carb refeeds. Will probably do it. Not actually going NO carb just low carb (under 100 g/day). I will evaluate it as I go BECAUSE I AM A DAMN MAD SCIENTIST!!!

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Looks like you are getting most of your fats from meat. I don't think thats a bad approach. One thing I would change is the 90g protein shake in the morning. I find that anything over 50g of protein in a meal, that your body will just push it out as waste. Since you are only eating 3 meals, I would split that shake up, which would add another meal. I think you would see better results this way.
I haven't had this issue. Technically I have 30 g of protein immediately post workout and everything else about 45 min after. If I drink it all right a way I puke or just feel like hell. Normally my goal is just to make it home without having to pull over and dry heave. Go hard or go home I guess
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