Bookmark this: The Mini Cut ManualResults 1 to 10 of Bulking vs Cutting diet. BUT to my surprise, I don't look pump and seem to lose alot of muscle. People said I look thinner and don't see the "buffness". It's true because I bulking vs cutting dieta weaker and it showed.
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Results 1 to 10 of Bulking vs Cutting diet. BUT to my surprise, I don't look pump and seem to lose alot of muscle. People said I look thinner and don't see the "buffness". It's true because I feel weaker and it showed. I haven't skip a workout and it looked like I haven't workout in weeks. So this may be a trivial question but maybe I'm not understanding this correctly.
If I want to continue to build muscle, I shouldn't run everyday? If I want to continue to get bigger, do I eliminate the cardio while "bulking"? People made references to "bulking" vs "cutting". Is bulking minus the cardio and cutting is when you add cardio? In my case, I want to get bigger so should I eat a lot of a clean diet until I gain let's say 20 lbs , then start to go back to jogging daily to "cut"?
Is it possible to maintain the muscles I've worked so hard for while trying to lose body fat and trim my 6 pack? Any advise and input is greatly appreciated since I am lost. If you are not looking to compete then yes, bulking is very little cardio, and cutting is when you up the cardio and keep the diet pretty much the same.
Here are my stats: I guess most of the weight is fat. I look ok everywhere except my belly. I'm not satisfy with my size so should I eliminate cardio entirely and bulk up to let's say lbs then start to cut? Or can I still do cardio X a week while trying to bulk? Is this possible or I have to choose one or the other at a time? If you haven't lifted in a while you may begin with a diet below your maintenance, heavy lifting and mild cardio, until the newb gains stop.
Then if I were you I would start a slow bulk, with cals slightly over maintenance and light cardio. Once you get to the size you desire then cut. For me, I've calculated that calories will be require to maintain my current weight. To lose weight, I need to eat less than and to bulk, eat more than ?
I know it's simple for a lot of you but I'm still learning. But if I eat more than calories, wouldn't I get fat? Isn't the definition of getting fat means eating more than your daily calories? If so, doesn't that defeat the purpose of trying to lose my belly? BTW, I'm planning to "bulk" by still eating my super clean diet of chicken , tuna, turkey, whey protein, etc. Thanks dirtyeggroll, you're awesome.
So how many calories should I eat in excess every day from maintenance if I want to bulk? I'm currently at lbs and may want to go to lbs for starter. If you are just starting I would recommend eating about under a week, and you will still gain muscle and lose bodyfat, for about 6 weeks. If you have been lifting for a while and you won't experience noob gains I would suggest eating cals over maintenance. I lifted over a year now.
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