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Unread 12-13-2016, 10:45 AM
tyler163 tyler163 is offline
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Default whoosh...work in the opposite way?

After 5 week of UD-2 (with a small changes due to my endurance training) i lost 5 kg (from 81 to 76 kg) and I think i reach 11% BF.
Than i start 2 week manteinance (3000 kcal training days, 1800 basal + 1200 from endurance training, 2000 rest day).
I experimented a "big whoosh" and actually i weight 74.5...i suppose it for the whoosh, because i really eat at least at balance.
my question is, the whoosh occure in the opposite way? for example if i had my adypocite full of water, start to eat over manteinance, adypocite can lost water and introduce fat?
i know is very hard to lost 1 kg of water and gain 1 of fat...but in a small scale it could be possible?
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Unread 12-13-2016, 04:01 PM
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Sure, you can hold watewr when you raise calories/carbs, etc.
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Unread 12-17-2016, 01:22 AM
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No...sorry my english is very bad.
I mean...when i start to increase kcal AND i dont gain weight could be that i m actually gaining fat but losing water i was holding in the adypocites?
I ask that because after 5 weeks of dieting i am increasing kcal (even from some bad food) and i m still losing weight..so i start to think that my adypocites lose water and gain fat. A sort of opposite to whoosh
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