i will try to make this short as possible.
bodyfat: see attached pic for "estimate"
most recent best lifts: squat- 435, bp- 250, dl- 505 (powerlifting comp)
had been using texas method leading up to pl comp.
3 weeks ago decided i wanted to switch over to getting low bodyfat (6ish%), and being inspired by prof x's statements, decided to start trying to lift 7 days per week (obviously body recovery permitting). so far ive leaned out a lot, but have been focusing more on controlled reps, feeling the muscle work as opposed to recruiting as many muscles as possible to move the weight.
now so far (about 2-3 weeks lifting daily), i feel completely fine. i dont feel run down at all, on the contrare i feel incredibly motivated and excited to lift daily. my goal is modest (lean up to 6ish% bodyfat, so probably to 163ish lbs, then work up slowly from there to an ultimate goal of 175-180 under 10% bodyfat). im just curious as to whether or not this daily approach to training is okay for me long term or if i am better off doing a upper/lower or 5 day split with 2 days recovery. my main athletic goal is aesthetics.
thanks for any legitimate help; i understand my goals arent to become a mass monster, and as i can respect the hard work that is put into that goal, i hope people here can take this goal as serious as well.
ps(if it matters), current supplements
*bulk bcaa powder (about 35g/day)
*bulk beta alanine powder
*carlsons fish oil (about 5g epa/dha/day)
*now adam multi
*white flood pre workout
edit: meant to add 5g creatine mono pwo
*green tea caps