Long time lurker. I have some questions. 33yrld. Im looking to start a new diet to build up my strength and take advantage of the time off from my sport, which is soccer. The story goes as follows. 2 years after a few dislocated shoulders, surgery commenced in May. Currently the doctor has put me on TRT at 100MG/wk and 1IU Omnitrope a day. Its been helping the recovery process.
I came up with a bout of Tendonosis in both knees while rehabbing the shoulder for the past year, so I am currently working with ART to get the knees resolved(which is slowly working). The ART is also a zHealth Master and former BBer, so we are strength training the Glutes and Hamstrings to off set the quad balance. I also need to build the strength in my shoulder back up, so we are currently doing ART with exercises building up over the next 1-2 Months for a full recovery.
So now that you know my story. Im at about 175, 10-10.5% BF and I am looking to put weight on my Legs, but take weight off my waist. I started leangains and here are my numbers. Workout days, 6 days a week. 210G, 300C, 60F. Off Days, 210G, 50C, 60F. Ideally I want to have my BF around 6-8% when I get back to playing professional in 2-4 months.
Am I doing this right to gain muscle and lose weight? Should I only be worried about gaining muscle and worry about the weight loss when I start cardio back up? Ive never actually done a full diet before as an athlete, the weight just fell off. I need to be as strong as possible come January for our combine. I would like to have the 6 pack abs since I gained so much fat from the surgery these past 3 months. Cut, Bulk, or Recomp?
I appreciate all the info and replies in advance.