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CorpDesertique 03-04-2018 09:04 AM

La route vers le Corps Désertique dans une vie flexible
 
Hey everyone
I start to log my progress here

Currently I weigh 58-59kg on average
I think I'm under 15% bodyfat so I want to do UD 2.0
I taken these pics this morning:
abs: http://image.noelshack.com/fichiers/...e4f6cfb03.jpeg
http://image.noelshack.com/fichiers/...7b032b6ad.jpeg
Back to see the stubborn bf in lower back: http://image.noelshack.com/fichiers/...826dc60f9.jpeg
legs, where I store the majority of my fat: http://image.noelshack.com/fichiers/...a3565d0b5.jpeg
http://image.noelshack.com/fichiers/...f6d675f89.jpeg

I eaten at maintenance these last 2 weeks, for me it's 2700 calories, something like 400 carbs, 160 protein and 50 fat most of the time (I don't like lot of fat foods, and all of my fat come from junkfood to be honest, rip my omega 3-6 ratio)

This week I'm on vacation so I have all my time free
I start UD2 tomorrow and I'm going to do the depletion workout in only 1 day, 1 full body at morning and 1 full body the afternoon

I have not been drinking coffee for 5 days to "resensitize" myself a little bit to coffee
My plan:
1200 calories for the low carbs day, 190 protein, 55 carbs and 25 fat on average
supplementation:
caffein (from black coffee and coke zero)
multivitamin
vitamin D
Zinc
Omega 3 for EPA and DHA

w1cked 03-04-2018 09:52 AM

Bro you're single digits not just under the 15% :D could be on stage in 4 to 6 wks

alaloum 03-04-2018 10:50 AM

^what he said!

What's your goal?

LightCrow 03-04-2018 11:12 AM

If that's 15% then I am a beached whale at my real 15% currently. Do you have a contest coming up, because unless so I hope you're going to run the mass version of UD2. You don't need to get any leaner.

CorpDesertique 03-04-2018 11:35 AM

no I haven't got a goal related to bodybuilding, I just want to see how I will look leaner
after some weeks of UD2 maybe I will go into a lean massing phase but not UD2 mass version, I think to something like 6 high carbs low fat day with slight surplus and 1 low calorie high protein it can look like:
wednesday-sunday: trainning high volume and 200 calories surplus
monday: rest day and 200 calories surplus
tuesday: rest day and 1200 calories deficit

maybe I would have better things to do in my life than strictly follow a high-volume routine and a strict distribution of macros, if that's the case I'm just going to eat at maintenance and do what I want to the gym

zLeeKo 03-04-2018 12:26 PM

Like others have said, you're lean enough. Great job.

Now, get fat and happy. That's the key.

CorpDesertique 03-04-2018 12:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by zLeeKo (Post 309961)
Like others have said, you're lean enough. Great job.

Now, get fat and happy. That's the key.

I can't be fat and be happy :D
and I have always been lean all my life

zLeeKo 03-04-2018 12:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CorpDesertique (Post 309959)

maybe I would have better things to do in my life than strictly follow a high-volume routine and a strict distribution of macros, if that's the case I'm just going to eat at maintenance and do what I want to the gym

I like that reasoning.

It's basically my long-term plan. Thinking about it now, I will probably just maintain, can't be bothered with advanced training just to get 1-2 pounds of muscles for the rest of my life. It's too much investment for poor return of interest.

So I'll maintain, wait until I get kid/kids, and then I'll take Vitamin S and pursue greatness and general awesomeness. Brilliant IMO.

CorpDesertique 03-04-2018 02:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by zLeeKo (Post 309963)
I like that reasoning.

It's basically my long-term plan. Thinking about it now, I will probably just maintain, can't be bothered with advanced training just to get 1-2 pounds of muscles for the rest of my life. It's too much investment for poor return of interest.

So I'll maintain, wait until I get kid/kids, and then I'll take Vitamin S and pursue greatness and general awesomeness. Brilliant IMO.


Yes I think that be more muscular is not useful as the average lifter like us, we have a better shape than lot of people, okay we aren't big as we can but what will that bring us?

however if I have lot of free time and nothing to use this time, I will use it to do this massing phase, it's better than make no improvement in my life at all

zLeeKo 03-04-2018 04:08 PM

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Originally Posted by CorpDesertique (Post 309965)

however if I have lot of free time and nothing to use this time, I will use it to do this massing phase, it's better than make no improvement in my life at all

Sure, if you have enough free time and no major life stress, why the hell not use it to make some more progress.


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