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Old 04-03-2013, 04:45 PM   #11
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Feeling pretty good today. Occasionally have that completely drained feel but not like previous days.
Will weigh myself tomorrow. Did some light training and cardio today for glycogen depletion.

Weighted ab work superset with speed punching bag.
Hiit on rowing machine.
5 Cycles 2 minutes work 4 minutes rest.
Rowing machines DESTROY your posterior chain!

Boring diet stuff blah blah 6 net carbs today.

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Old 04-03-2013, 05:25 PM   #12
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Looking/feeling deflated yet? :P
Also don't be afraid to add salt, liberally lol. With ulc, your body will be flushing out a lot if water and some people ind the electrolyte balance being thrown off as the bosy switches to ketones for energy. As a result they get crippling headaches. Just my 0.02

Also have you noticed the increased thirst and urination?
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Old 04-03-2013, 06:12 PM   #13
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Thirst yes. Deflated? Not sure what you mean.
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Thirst yes. Deflated? Not sure what you mean.
So if you're transition from a moderate/high carb diet to a low carb diet, glycogen depletion occurs. Glycogen stores water and muscle is made up of a good bit of water (as I'm sure you know). As you drop water & glycogen, there's somewhat of a "flushing" effect. Many people feel like they look smaller when this flushing effect occurs since there's less glycogen and water in your muscles.
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Old 04-03-2013, 06:39 PM   #15
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Ahhh. I actually did think I looked smaller in the gym mirror. I appreciate all your input LD.
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Old 04-03-2013, 07:28 PM   #16
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Problems. I've been eating too much protein. Day 1 242 perfect, day 2 270 30 over, today 314 70 over. Oh well now I know. Thinking about stretching prep phase to all 10 days. Really don't want to but it might be beneficial.
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Old 04-04-2013, 08:49 AM   #17
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Morning weigh in 233.2
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Problems. I've been eating too much protein. Day 1 242 perfect, day 2 270 30 over, today 314 70 over. Oh well now I know. Thinking about stretching prep phase to all 10 days. Really don't want to but it might be beneficial.
Definitely do the full 10 days the first time around - the last few days are rough.

What are your fats looking like? Ideally, a 1:1 ratio of protein to fats is what you should be shooting for. Most folks on DH recommend sticking in the 0.8-1.3g protein/lb of bw. If you go too much above this, protein may become the preferred fuel source (processed via glucogenisis), which is not what you want.
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Changed it to 1:1. MFP uses percents so although I meant to do 1:1 I ended up getting 50% of calories from fat which is not 1:1 because fat is 9 calories/g., so too much protein.
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Changed it to 1:1. MFP uses percents so although I meant to do 1:1 I ended up getting 50% of calories from fat which is not 1:1 because fat is 9 calories/g., so too much protein.
Yeahhhh, fat should make up ~60-65% of total cals
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