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Making adjustments to diet with cardio & food


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I am not a huge cardio guy. You will NEVER see me do 1.5hrs of cardio in a day. I am a use your cardio strategically guy. I use HIIT to elevate metabolic rate for extended periods of time (the goal is not just to burn fat DURING cardio its to elevate BMR), i use LISS to burn off a few extra calories and keep the fat loss moving while preventing too much adaptation to cardio....

 

 

meaning you never want to be TOO good at cardio.

 

As your anaerobic thresshold rises (when you get better at cardio) you operate efficiently off a higher % of oxygen (and this means less caloric expenditure)

I am not a low calorie guy. I do not believe in flat muscles (dont overthink this, of course you go flat at points, but remaining flat for extended periods is bad), i do not believe in slowing the BMR and i do not believe in just overall weakening your system and destroying performance (training).  

I am a use your macro's PROPERLY (in the right places and times, in the right amounts and with the right content) to INCREASE metabolic rate. I feel like 90% people lack understanding of macronutrients and how to USE them for your benefit, but rather they are afraid of them.
You do realize we carry extreme amounts of mass and our BMR to support that mass alone is high.

I am not saying keep calories high all day long, but at the very least fuel workouts properly!

It will improve performance --> more work done --> more calories burned --> more elevation to BMR for extended period post workout....AND you get optimal stimulation and retain/refine your mass!  

 

this is for the serious gym goer ( not for someone just starting out trying to lose a few pounds) 

 

 

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In addition to fat burners/creatine and amino acids I carb cycle my diet and eat as clean as possible. Usually spend like 2-3 hours at the gym lifting weights (compound and isolation) then finish with like a 20-30 minute HIIT session and it usually works for me for shredding fat. I also take my whey in the morning, after workout and before sleep

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@Johnintennessee my point here was that you NEVER want to get too good at something. your body adapts ... you can get so good at cardio that your metabolism stalls 

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