I really don’t know how to approach it. I really suck at counting macros. I’m on the run a lot so it really difficult to sit there and bust out a tupperware meal everywhere I go. On top of that counting and scaling everything out just takes forever. How do you guys do it? I think instead of logging everything into myfitnesspal I’m just going to memorize what all my basics have. Medium bananana = 27 grams of carbs and I’ll round up to like 30.
I really don’t know how I did it before. I never counted… I just trained hard. Ate a lot of good clean healthy foods.
I’ve been going back and fourth with bulking and cutting and since I’m already 5 days in the cut I feel I have to continue this for at least a month. Stick with I start. My body looks like crap. I want to be able to see abs again. My chest looks really terrible and flat.
Any advice guys? Also I’m surprised to hear what you guys are saying about SARMS I’ve read nothing but good things about them. [/quote]
Just about everyone who raves about SARMS has a financial interest in a company that sells SARMS. They can be somewhat effective at best. If training and diet aren’t great, they’ll be useless.
Your reason for continuing your cut for a month is stupid. No reason to sugar coat that. Why, if you realize you’ve been doing the wrong thing for 5 days, would you feel the need to continue doing that thing for a month? A smart person would cut their losses.
My guess is you’re oscillating between bulking and cutting far too much, and overthinking things now. Do what worked before. ‘Training hard and eating reasonably well’ is what I advise everyone to do. It’s what I do. I don’t count macros, and I don’t even follow a real lifting program.