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jmcman13 04-15-2015 08:47 PM

Question if this is right diet for me
 
I see there are several book options. Heres the deal: I'm a 33 year old male weighing 241 at a 29% body fat. I train martial arts 2-3x per week and workout 4 days per week in gym. I know he says lower bf% is better to do this diet, but why? If goal is fat loss, can I use this diet? The rapid fat loss seems a bit extreme and unsafe for hormones/mood. I'm looking to drop 35-40lbs of fat, but at the safe time. Any advice on which one to pick?

lostmyoldaccount 04-16-2015 02:18 AM

Use RFL until 15% or leaner. UD 2.0 is a last resort sort of diet.

jmcman13 04-16-2015 05:58 AM

OK. Is there one book you reccomend?

farrenator 04-16-2015 08:12 AM

Off the top of my head, 2 reasons why UD2 is not appropriate for people in your position:
1) There are much easier (read: less stringent diets) ways of losing weight when in your condition - no need to go so extreme
2) Calorie partitioning - lean people tend to partition calories more towards muscle than fat cells and this is relevant during the carb load periods on UD2 which result in major overeating.

I agree, RFL is tough. I tried it once and didn't make it past day 9 or so. That being said, the principles of RFL are sound and you can incorporate them into a less extreme diet, i.e., not as long. I'd also pick up a copy of Guide to Flexible Dieting.

Good luck.

Merch 04-16-2015 12:10 PM

RFL will interfere with your training.

Flexible Guide to Dieting.

GoldenDilemma 04-16-2015 12:59 PM

What is your experience with dieting? What approaches have you used before?

jmcman13 04-17-2015 09:52 AM

Well since January I have lost 15lbs mainly low barb and reduced calories. I want to lose roughly 25lbs of fat by the end of June and just want to stick with one method of getting there...


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