I want to crash diet for 2-3 weeks. I hate cutting, and I want to get it done as fast as possible. Ideally, I want my regimen to be a slow bulk for a 3 months, then crash cut for 2 weeks. cut needs to be super steep, and hurt my gains as little a s possible. what I'm thinking is, daily:
300g chicken breast.
2 cups milk.
infinite celery, carrots, bell peper.
total of 800 calories, 100g proteins.
Well do that and enjoy losing your gains and being a skinnyfat after the diet.
The ultimate reward is the hard work and process. You'll never make it with that attitude. Patience is everything.
>Are you a faggot
bitch I might be
>You can't crash cut without losing a ton of lean mass
my thought process is that the cut will not last long enough for the loss of gains to be too much. also, I will keep proteins high so there is always enough available to not need to dig into muscle reserves
not OP but got related questions.
How do I count kcal during school lunch? I don't know how much it is, the nutrition or sometimes I don't even know what it is?
I started my cut a week ago and noticed yesterday that I'd lost 2kg since then. I was thinking about cutting for 5 weeks but this way it feels like I'm loosing more muscle than fat.
How do you guys count kcal in food you're served?
can't make my own lunch. if I could I would but there's nowhere to heat it up in my school and I'm not allowed to bring in outside food in the school cafeteria.
I want to cut but I don't want to have lunch by myself in a bathroom or something. there's got to be some way to estimate or something
eyeball it or just take a lunch that doesn't need heat.
If you're in high school (which I hope you're not) they're not gonna kick you out because you bring your own food.
If you're in college then you're a grown ass man and you should be able to decide what you put in your body.
I'm not really into the whole "carbs are the devil" meme, so I usually just take tuna/egg salad/whatever sandwhiches to work. Not too big on lunch, eat most of my food at home.
Other things I take occasionally are salads with varying ingredients like eggs, tuna, chicken, leafy greens (think rocket, spinach or romaine), (sundried/coctail) tomatoes, bell peppers, cucumer, pickled cabbage and carrots, vinaigrette, honey mustard, red or whit onion, walnuts, different cheeses.
There's so much what's good in salads.
Loose boiled eggs, beef jerkey, whatever. Anything that's good at room temperature is fine.
My breakfast is usually around 300-600 Kcal, lunch around 600 and dinner around 1000. However I also eat 1000+ Kcal of stuff in between those three meals.
However you could also skip lunch if you want, as long as you hit your macros at the end of the day. Two tuna sandwiches are 600 Kcal, add two more hard boiled eggs for another 150Kcal and you've got yourself a pretty decent lunch. If you're still hungry after that you can add a banana or something.
this. but even lyle says "just do the fucking dnp if you can get it" like
i'm doing PSMF in between small cycles of dnp. if you're good at maranading it isn't bad, but the period where you can't think because your brain doesn't know how to run on protein really sucks