Thirty days sound okay? after the thirty days slowly add calories 100/day.
[quote]Mike Robertson wrote:
Well first off, that’s only about 1600 kcals per day, not 1800 (at least on non-w/o days).
Next, your fats are really low. If nothing else, I would add more healthy fats back into the equation to help with insulin sensitivity. As well, if you are doing cardio activity along w/the low calorie diet, I think you’ll be harder pressed to keep your strength, assuming that’s your goal.
As well, this isn’t something I would recommend someone try for an extended period of time. I’m all for weight/fat loss, but I’m going to counsel people to do it in a little bit more moderate fashion.
Mr. Robertson I know I’m really milking you tonight but, I have one more.
For a person (160lb, 5’7", 14%bf) lifting four days a week (50 min, full body), 20 min low-mid impact walking in the mourning on empty stomach, consuming 700 calories under their equilibrium per day (1800).
Macros non w/o days: c/f/p: 63/32/271
Macros w/o days: c/f/p: 129/28/239
Using 4 HOT-ROX a day
They continue this for 30 days, generally what do you think their chances of losing muscle during this time are? What would make this short fat loss process more effective for preserving muscle?