Hey guys, I'm two days into my 28 day cut and I have a few questions. I'm going for a 100 carb diet.
Weight: 208 lbs
BF: No idea, but overweight
Goal: 200 lbs
Normal Caloric Range: 3,475
Target Caloric Range: 2,475-2,780- depends on the lifting day.
Diet: I would love to be more percise on what I eat, and what I'm listing, but since I go to a boarding school I usually don't have too much of a choice in what's served for the meals, except breakfeast. And I'm not allowed to have a refridgerator.
I take GNC MEGA MEN SPORT dietary supplement along with breakfeast.
Breakfeast: usually 3 plates of scrambled eggs, and some peanut butter/meat depending on what's being served.
Snack 1: Protein Bar
Lunch: Usually alot of some type of meat, in necissary cases the meat involves deli ham, and some veggies
Snack 2: Beef Jerkey
Dinner: Similar to lunch, a lot of meat, and some veggies
I drink nothing but water the entire day.
Question 1: Is it ok to go 10g's of carbs above 100 if they are good carbs? There is relatively low sugar or empty carbs in my diet.
Question 2: I am following the workout schedule from the Maximize Weight Loss article, http://www.T-Nation.com/free_online_article/sports_body_training_performance/destroying_fat_war_room_strategies_to_maximize_fat_loss
Should I added another Alactic to the Quad/Ham day. I can outline the entire thing if needed, but the article supplies a the outline for what I used to design mine.
Question 3: Should I add a fifth day of trainning? If so, I was thinking some powercleans, and minor muscles not really targeted through the main workouts. The cardio for that day would be interval trainning around a track of sprinting straights and jogging curves.
Question 4: My protein drink is perfect for gaining, but should I use it for cutting? Or should I get the protein from other animal sources? I ask because it would take up half of my allowed carbs.
Any help or advice ya'll can offer would be greatly appreciated.
Also, any snacks that I could buy at a store and store in my room that would be beneficiary?
Thanks guys- if you have any questions feel free to ask, sorry if my info is wrong, I'm new to planning nutrition