dj9i27 wrote: aurelian wrote: dj9i27 wrote: Mint-Berry_Crunch wrote:
dj9i27 wrote:my dream everything goes 100% perfect goal for next cycle is:
get 177+ in June
apply first day of apps
pray to god two or three T14s get in a scholarship war over me
yeah we have the same goals
funny about the gainz, I bought forearm isolators attachments for dumbbells and they work I just look like a mega douche. soon noodle arms, you'll be big. soon.
Thought I would get in this discussion because I am going through a pretty heavy cut -- going from about 15% to 10% while studying 6 hours or so a day for the LSAT... not the best combo if you are trying to avoid massive burn out.
I'm 6'3", 191 and have hit a huge plateau (about 2 and a half months) in which I've lost no weight (or body fat). Any tips on how to get past a plateau on this? It's discouraging eating fucking egg whites every day and seeing no results lol
quick question, what is your training like and eating schedule.
I do a 4 day split, mostly compounds (standing shoulder, bench press, deadlift, squat) and abs 2/4 or 3/4.
2. Back + Biceps
3. Shoulders + Triceps
Eating schedule is very strict high-carb, high-protein, low-fat:
154g of carbs
39g of fat
199g of protein
Around 1750 calories. I know this is a pretty aggressive cut but I've been reading a lot of literature that says that you can cut about 20% and I haven't gone down on bench (around 225 5x3) or deadlift (295 5x3), and also I am trying hard to break this plateau with no results. I'm thinking maybe I should go maintenance for a while because the lack of fat is killing my metabolism.
The only three things in my life right now are the LSAT, reading, and working out so this is prime discussion material.