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Unread 01-08-2018, 07:23 AM
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Default 2018 Diet in Progress

After finding the

Stats:

Male
26y
6'3

Start Weight: 224.6lbs @ approximately 15% bodyfat

Training

I am currently on a PPL + Full Body Session so each muscle group is hit twice a week. Abs and calves are hit more frequently

I try to be lightly active and hit 10k steps daily and will be mountainbiking 1-2 times weekly (depending on the weather).

Diet

Utilizing a flexible diet approach for now with a 1k cal deficit on rest days and 500cals on training days with refeeds fortnightly if I feel it's required. I will diet for 6 weeks before taking a 1 week diet break and repeat this until I am happy.

Goals

- Maintain strength
- 200lbs is the goal weight which should put me well under 10%
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Ready to get jacked for 2018 I see. Good luck man.
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Following. As we have similar stats, you just being slightly leaner and an inch taller, what is your maintenance?
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Unread 01-18-2018, 07:05 AM
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Following. As we have similar stats, you just being slightly leaner and an inch taller, what is your maintenance?
Thanks, I will update but not much progress yet other than some water weight dropped!

I maintain somewhere between 3300-3600 dependent on activity levels in the day. Last year I pushed my step count up to 15k and was easily maintaining on 3800. What about you?
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