The Rules:Sign Up Sheet Help. Sections Diet More fat VS. Results 1 to 9 of 9. Assuming Cxrbs have met my minimums in fat and protein, would it be bulking fat vs carbs for body composition to use the excess calories on fat or carbohydrate? Here's two macro split comparions, which would be better for me body composition wise as I lean bulk.
More fat VS. more carbs on a lean bulk?
Sign Up Sheet Help. Sections Diet More fat VS. Results 1 to 9 of 9. Assuming I have met my minimums in fat and protein, would it be better for body composition to use the excess calories on fat or carbohydrate? Here's two macro split comparions, which would be better for me body composition wise as I lean bulk.. Ultimately, it is what makes you FEEL the best both during training and on recovery days. Get plenty of high quality proteins, good fats, good carbs, train your ass off and you''ll be OK.
On the other hand, if you want to get all scientific about it, try both methods for a few weeks, keep track of how you feel, check your weight once a week, take a peek in the mirror now and then. Shit ain't rocket science. Originally Posted by braves Originally Posted by Carrnage.
Your fat is incredibly low, bump that up to around g if your looking to stay lean. A part of the challenge of bulking is that you have to evaluate how much energy you are expending on a day to day basis.
An athlete doing two-a-days is going to need more carbs then a bodybuilder that sits around all day except for going to the gym once a day to lift. If you have a particularly intense workout, or it is leg or back day, take in more carbs. If you are not being active on a given day, consume more fats. You will learn a lot about how your body responds to carbs and fat that way.
One of you Chutternuts in here is juicin! I've earned the right to listen to Bon Jovi and Poison while lifting There is but one path We kill them all That seems like a lot. If I were to do that, it would leave me with.. Originally Posted by IronWilson. I thought carbs were better for muscle building assuming protein and fat minimums were met? It's all the same really. But I find it easier to gain fat with carbs if they are not timed correctly.
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