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Unread 11-08-2011, 02:45 PM
dcarterc dcarterc is offline
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You need to know your fat % to calculate your LBM (lean body mass).
If you don't know it, there are plenty of places that will help you calculate it, or estimate it. Or just put a pic of you here and someone might be able to help you.



That's how UD2 Works! just by filling the excel you loose fat!
Anyway... doesn't look right. What did you fill in the boxes? can you send me your excel file or a screenshot of what you filled?


ADK.
Sure, I tried filling it in again and it still seems to be doing wierd things. I'll PM you w/ my excel doc. This thing is awesome though once I can get it working. thx
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Unread 11-10-2011, 05:29 PM
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Sure, I tried filling it in again and it still seems to be doing wierd things. I'll PM you w/ my excel doc. This thing is awesome though once I can get it working. thx
Just checked your excel file.

This is the problem:
Your maint calories is 2300 (quiet low...) and your LBM is 68kg (150lb)
You want to cut that by 50%
New Maint cals: 1150 cals
You want 20% of that to be carbs
CARBS=57grams
You want 1.5 protein per LBM
PROTEIN=150lb*1.5=225grams
And the rest, fats... so how much fats?

FAT=(1151cals - (57*4) - (225*4)) / 9 = 3grams!!!

For Thursday is even more apparent, since Thursday until lunch, is only 75% of the normal low carb cals.


Solution: Don't input 1.5 protein per lb on cell G6 when your maintenance cals is so low...
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Unread 11-11-2011, 07:12 AM
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Any chance for getting a google spreadsheets link for those of us without Excel?
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Unread 11-11-2011, 07:39 AM
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Just checked your excel file.

This is the problem:
Your maint calories is 2300 (quiet low...) and your LBM is 68kg (150lb)
You want to cut that by 50%
New Maint cals: 1150 cals
You want 20% of that to be carbs
CARBS=57grams
You want 1.5 protein per LBM
PROTEIN=150lb*1.5=225grams
And the rest, fats... so how much fats?

FAT=(1151cals - (57*4) - (225*4)) / 9 = 3grams!!!

For Thursday is even more apparent, since Thursday until lunch, is only 75% of the normal low carb cals.


Solution: Don't input 1.5 protein per lb on cell G6 when your maintenance cals is so low...
Ahh got it okay thanks man! Appreciate you taking a look!
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Unread 11-11-2011, 04:32 PM
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Any chance for getting a google spreadsheets link for those of us without Excel?
mmm
good request...

I'll try to find time to move it to google docs
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Unread 11-14-2011, 10:38 AM
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Nice, thanks for this. Will be using it for my UD2 bulk starting next year!
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Unread 11-30-2011, 07:19 AM
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ADK,

Is there a way to modify the spreadsheet so one can cut cals on Saturday by 10-20% as it says in the book if fat-loss is the priority? Right now it seems as though it only calculates maintenance level cals.

Thanks!

-D
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Unread 11-30-2011, 06:10 PM
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Saturday uses the following calculations parameters:

For Carb: "Power workout day: Amount of Carb per kg" (Affects only Sat)
For Fat: "Power workout day: Fat amount" (Affects only Sat)
For Protein: "Protein per lb for non low carb days" (Affects Thurs After lunch, Friday, Sat and Sunday)

Can you change those? or want to add more options?
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Unread 12-01-2011, 09:29 PM
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Saturday uses the following calculations parameters:

For Carb: "Power workout day: Amount of Carb per kg" (Affects only Sat)
For Fat: "Power workout day: Fat amount" (Affects only Sat)
For Protein: "Protein per lb for non low carb days" (Affects Thurs After lunch, Friday, Sat and Sunday)

Can you change those? or want to add more options?
Yeah i guess what I meant was that it would be cool to be able to choose for Sat whether you wanted to eat at maintenance, or a 10-20% deficit if fat loss is the priority (per the book). From there you can then indicate how much of each macro you wanted to eat at whatever your desired calorie level is for Sat.
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Unread 01-03-2012, 01:38 PM
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Default Great Work!

I wonder if it would be useful to make this into an android app
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