you cant convert fat into muscle,they are two completely different tissues.[/quote]
x2 on this.
You can build muscle and lose fat simultaneously, but conversion just doesn’t happen.
Your plan sounds somewhat reasonable. I would suggest making a few tweaks though. Here’s what I’d do in your situation:
-Just skip breakfast. This should help with fat loss.
-Eat a solid food lunch a couple hours preworkout.
-40 minutes preworkout, have a protein shake along with about 50g of carbs and 15-25g of fats. You can use a couple of candy bars for this, or if you can afford them then something like Biotest’s FINiBARs would be good too. This should help with muscle retention.
-Have another protein shake about a half hour after your workout
-An hour or so after that shake, eat a good solid food dinner.
Just in general:
-Make sure you get enough protein, but don’t go too crazy. At your BW 175-200g would probably be enough.
-Eat moderate fats. 80-100g or so would be a good start, but you can drop these as you go to reduce calories and keep fat loss coming. Don’t do too much too quick- if your fat loss stalls, make sure you’re training frequently/intensely enough before you get crazy and drop a ton of cals.
Again, this is just what I’d do in your situation. There’s obviously more than one way to skin a cat, but I think this is probably the most effective way to adjust the plan you gave.