I honestly did not know where I had to put this (as it was CT's article) but at the same time the man is propably busy with more important stuff anyway and I hate to bother busy people.
I am now part of a powerlifting club. The big guys accepted me and let me train with them side by side. I join them on their heavy Bench and Squat days on Mon/Thu and train Deadlift on Fridays. Tue/Wed are dedicated to facepulls, glute hams and "bodybuilding" stuff. I get in for maybe 30minutes and get out feeling less sore and refreshed.
Additionally I accepted a job where I have to carry baggage(some stuff is pretty heavy) arround 10 hours on Sat & Sunday. I also have to get everywhere with my bike as I can't afford a car. The mileage per day is arround 20km. Take my daily job as a biology undergrad on top of that and you got yourself a fine mix.
Despite all the workload my lifts keep getting up.
SQ 140kg to 155kg, DL 180kg to 190kg, BP 105kg to 112,5kg
Done at a bodyweight of approximitely 83kg/182lbs (in ketosis)
The guys tell me I should compete at 167/76kg. First meet will be in April.
I did Anabolic Diet for the last 3 months at a kcal level of 4000 and lost 5kg/12lbs.
I am lean but can't see any fucking animal protein anymore. I eat 1-2kg of red meat/fish, 500-750g eggs, 250-400g High fat Cheese EVERY DAY and it simply SUCKS. I eat arround the clock and I can't see that shit anymore. Eating less means having a bad day but eating so much gets me close to puking. Getting in 4.000kcals without Carbs is fucking psycho. Especially if you have to cook it all yourself.
I simply want to have a couple of days during the week where I can have some potatoes, donuts and some kefir with jam before going to bed.
Now Coach CT's article would offer exactly that but it is only for 5 days of training. Not for seven.
How would the carb cycling approach work on seven days of training?
I want to keep the High fat, High Protein approach up on a couple of days but have no idea how that would fit into the plan. Could you help me with that?
How "clean" should my carbs be?
How low should I keep my "off day" Carbs? Arround 30gramms?
Is dieting this way actually okay or should i just eat high in protein and not give a fuck about macros? (maybe i can outtrain my bad diet)
This is a long post and i hope you made it through without falling asleep.
Thank you in advance for your response.