I would go with that. The most important thing is that you have to assess how your body is adapting to the diet..if you feel you are losing weight too fast then up the calories. everybody is different, I know that's what everyone says all the time but its true. You have to constantly see how your body is doing on the diet and training program and then go from there. at a bodyweight of around 160 taking in 3000 calories during a cut seems unreal especially if you BMR is at around 2000.
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