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Unread 05-11-2017, 08:08 PM
Mothmiranda Mothmiranda is offline
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Question 5 days on, 2 days off on PSMF / RFL for a Cat 2 Female

Hey guys. So far the diet is working pretty well, but might just be my initial water loss. I'm running it for 6 weeks ideally.

This week, my mom has visited me and we are suppose to do sushi and wine, and then my partner's best friend is having a small birthday dinner at a fancy restaurant.

I have the willpower to eat 800 calories a day of only protein most of the time, but when things like this pop's hard. It's kinda rare though, I normally only have one social arrangement that requires eating or drinking a week.

Would the diet still yield great results with a 5 day on, 2 day off schedule? I was trying to consider the sushi a refeed, and the birthday dinner a free meal, but I'm trying to plan it too much and it's stressing me out a little. I get obsessive about these types of things.

I also could work with a 6 day on, 1 day off, where the day off is structured primarily around carbs and protein, but I'm allowed to eat some ice cream and have some wine.

Thanks. I'm posting my log here very soon, I already have 4 days filled out.
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Unread 06-24-2017, 11:29 PM
Tanathip Tanathip is offline
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Personally, I've done that before. However, I would space the 2 refeed days out evenly (so it'll end up more like 3 days on 1 day off) and making sure that I train my favorite body parts on those days. This will ensure that most of the nutrients go towards the muscle repair due to increased insulin sensitivity. Ideally, you would want the high carb meals to be after the workout like Lyle said in his book. I kinda took it a step further and do intermittent fasting on those days so I could have a gigantic meal post workout while hovering around at maintenance and stay at a deficit.
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