I’m gonna have to echo Yogi on this one.
Like Yogi, relating to you, I’ve done the same thing. The only thing that happened was me trying to ease through the bloating and discomfort for the next handful of days as my body tried to sort out all the mass amounts of food I forced it to take in.
If you want to lean out while bulking up, cut those carbs in half, and add in CONTROLLED doses of protein in small waves throughout the day. Hop on the probiotic/fiber train as well. You’ve got GI issues as mentioned above as well. You’ve said you’ve seen progress with sorting that out, why irritate it all over again with a giant force feed? And throw in whatever portions of veggies you see fit. If you want to give yourself a “refeed” of sorts do so slowly and on training days. Before or after or both. And just do that for I don’t know…years? Like everything else, that’s something you work in, and work up to higher amounts of. If I’m not mistaken.
I’m not an expert, but I can guarantee you’re going to irritate something involving your insulin, and the only thing the IF is going to do is try to regulate your body back to where it was oringinally. All that food is going to send your insulin through the roof, but that giant spike is going to send you crashing down. Hard. Then you’re going to tack on an IF, and either come off of it extremely hungry in all the wrong ways, with the cravings to match, or your appetite along with your energy is going to be completely zapped, when that’s the time to still be eating at regular intervals. Like a two steps forward, 3 steps back type of thing. In other words, why put your body through all of that, if you don’t have to. I say this because I’ve also done it and wish I’d just ate a regular shmegular meal and kept going.
Yea it works for the top level guys, but as Yogi mentioned, their genetics, on top of years of just figuring stuff out allows them to benefit from doing things like this. I’m not trying to pick you apart either, but going from your profile picture, like me and many of the youngsters on here, you’ve still got plenty of time to reach your full capacity, and force feeding yourself might not be the best or even comfortable option.
I may be wrong. Maybe it’ll be a well needed pick-me-up, and it’ll help boost your training, and allow for your metabolism to become a bit more flexible, as well as your diet and overall nutrient consumption. But in case it’s not, perhaps just stick to a well structured diet according to your needs?
That’s all I’m saying.