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Old 11-01-2011, 01:05 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by austin.j.taylor View Post
I did this for about 18 months. The results were very slow, but I got results. I went from 292 to 245 bw. I went from 185 to 212 lbm. Both were measured with electronic impedence scale, so accuracy could be off. I also added about 500 pounds to my powerlifting total during this timeframe. I simply ate 500 over on lifting days and 500 under on non lifting days, ensuring that I got at least 200g protein and 100g of fat a day filling the rest with carbs. It worked, but I would much rather cut and bulk now. If I was massively skinny fat I would recommend the recomp. i was very skinny fat and it worked well.
I like the idea of alternating only carbs to change your caloric intake depending on whether it's a training day or not. When I go to maintenance once I reach my cutting goals I'll still only be eating carbs after training on training days.
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