Im on a bulk (3200 calories a day) and I fucked up with my food tracking and ate 200 grams of fat, 260 grams of protein and 280 grams of carbs totaling at 3800 calories. Am I going to get fat like this?
How bad did I screw up?
70kg/185cm if it matters
Pic related, i even look buff in winter clothes
How do you correctly power clean? No matter what i do it always hurts like a motherfucker.
I liked this video, good for absolute beginners.
Whats /fit/'s opinion on Straight Edge?
>used to be skinny, face looked nice and lean
>gained about 15lb
>chubby face, way less chiseled and defined
>been cutting recently, back down to my original weight
>face still looks like shit
Is this normal? Why the fuck wont my face lean out again?
for my cut I wanna try cooking an entire day's worth of calories in a slow cooker. I'd like to put in a piece of meat, a couple pounds of potatoes, and some veggies. so I don't have to eat too many potatoes, I'll exchange some calories for some whole milk.
anyway, can i just put all this stuff in (without the milk obviously) and cook it for 3 hours? do I add water, butter, or oil?
I do this shit all the time. I'd add something like chopped tomatoes or tinned beans (for dat sweet fibre) and you'll find the water in that plus the meat fat will be enough. The longer you cook at lower temps the more moist it's gonna stay.
You can make beef machaca in a slow cooker.
Bit of oil
Salt & Pepper
Scramble eggs and add it to the slow cooker after you've broken apart the meat and mixed everything together.
Where exactly does the metabolism come into play while cutting? I've seen a lot of people on /fit/ say you should eat around 1500 calories a day while cutting. But, if you just stopped eating all together, hypothetically your body would just burn the fat. But, isn't there some kind of factor where your body tries to hold onto fat if you stop eating all together?
>But, if you just stopped eating all together, hypothetically your body would just burn the fat.
Yes, but it would also destroy your muscles, as whenever you exercise your muscles, they get damaged and need protein to get fixed. If they don't get protein, then they start to break down and wither away.
> But, isn't there some kind of factor where your body tries to hold onto fat if you stop eating all together?
Yes, it starts breaking down muscles to get energy from them eventually. Other than that, no.
The problem with not eating is you have no intake of nutrients that are not measured in calories.
I. e. vitamins, minerals, amino acids, trace elements
>But, isn't there some kind of factor where your body tries to hold onto fat if you stop eating all together?
google starvation response. If you starve yourself, your basal metabolic rate will go down, the more energy reserves you lose, the less calories your body needs.
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damm /fit/ those manlets are starting to organize themselves
Lot's of people say squats and deadlifts are the kings of all exercices. I want to try and do them, but I see how complicated they are to pull off with good form compared to other lifts and I see the potential in injuries when doing them wrong. Should I try to do those exercices, or should I replace them with other, simpler and safer ones? My goal beeing purely aesthetic.