It would be easier to assess your nutrition if you gave your macros. You just mentioned some foods without any quantities. How many calories are you taking in daily? If you want to do cardio, add it in by all means. You need to up your calories if you do so.
Also, I think just consistently eating slightly above your maintenance calories will allow you to burn some of that fat while allowing your to build muscle. 5’10" and 150 is pretty thin, especially if you think your bodyfat is that high. A full on cut won’t give you your desired results. [/quote]
Strangely i woke up today being 2,5 lbs heavier. I actually after assessing my nutrients i came to the conclusion that i might be getting in more fat then i thought as i never measured the cooking oil before. I think this might be the explanation.
I have modifed my nutrition and training into this:
Day 1: Legs
So it is one day on ,one day off(i do cardio on off days). I really like to workout so i can’t take a real off day.
And my nutrition is like this:
Upon waking up, one lemon piece with hot water.
Meal 1: vegtables with shrimp or chicken and also a little sweet chili sauce ,3 caps of fish oil
Meal 2: pre-workout, 300g off mixed berries and 6g of EAA and 5g of creatine
Meal 3: shake with 0,5dl low fat milk and 50g of protein coming from whey
Meal 4: Vegtables with shrimp or chicken with quark and also a little sweet chili sauce auce with 3 caps of fish oil
Meal 5: same as above but not fish oil or eggs(i rarely eat eggs and when i do,only 1-2 yokes and the rest only egg white)
I kind of try to listen to my body,sometimes the portion can be bigger if i am more hungry and sometimes it might be less. The vegtables i use is a mix of carrots,broccoli,califlower,apple and etc… and i buy it frozen,it says there is like 3,5g of carbs per 100g which is very little.
The upper limit of my macros and worst case scenario is this: 160g of protein, 100-150g of carbs and 65g of fat.
This roughly translates to about 1500 cals which is not that much and considering i workout daily or do cardio,it should be within range for fatloss.What do you think?
My goal right now is to be somewhere between 8-10 bf %. Is further adjustment needed or is this good enough for me to reach this goal?