y-you are cutting now, right? Also post cut routines

y-you are cutting now, right IST?
Also post cut routines

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  1. 2 months ago

    I was starting my cut, but got COVID and have been out of the gym for 2 fricking weeks. Shit sucks.
    Thankfully I've long since learned that bulking past 300+ calories above maintenance is a meme, so my cuts are usually only a month at most.

    • 2 months ago

      >fat as fatass at 260
      >still 6’4 w broad shoulders

      t-tell me it’s possible IST

      • 2 months ago

        It's not just possible, it's going to happen. Deal with whatever mental shit led you to pack on the fat, and make a serious change right now. Today. Cancel your deserts, throw out the slop, feed yourself a good steak, and get on it anon.

  2. 2 months ago

    >stronglifts ultra
    >1800 calories a day

  3. 2 months ago

    Yes, started again Jan 2nd. I try to get 1000 cal from meat, or 700 and300 cal full fat greek yogurt if it's chicken breast. Then I usually have 200-300 of steamed veggies, and maybe 100cal total in cream for coffee. Usually 200 in peanut butter on carrots too. The workout routine is:

    Bodyweight/rest day
    Weighted squats
    Pull ups
    Bench dips
    Shoulder raises
    Hanging leg raises

    Gym day
    Dumbbell ohp
    Hammer curl + twist
    Lat pull down
    Cable row
    Back squats
    Chest press
    Then a walk to Cook Out for a house style burger, bun off

    When I'm bored and weather is good I'll walk for 45m to 2h

    • 2 months ago

      I’m going to have sex with the big wolf girl

      • 2 months ago

        That's why I lift, and stuck to the cut

  4. 2 months ago

    routine is the same as it is on a bulk/maintenance
    if you gain the most amount of muscle doing whatever routine you do when you are not cutting it makes sense to do the same routine to gain well not gain but hold onto as much muscle as possible when on a cut. if you bench 3pl8 you want to be able to bench 3pl8 after your cut too or as close as possible because that means you didnt lose muscle.

    the #1 mistake noobs make is that they shy away from lifting heavy and start spamming cables etc trash and just get a pump and after the cut they realize that they lost a fricking shit ton of muscle because their training was what some moronic 13 year old would do during a PE class

  5. 2 months ago

    Yes, I love cuting, it just feels so good not being constantly binge eating

  6. 2 months ago

    I'm bulking until the end of the year.

  7. 2 months ago

    >post cut routines
    I've been lifting for about 15 month but got a bit pudgy as a 5'6 manlet because i didn't count calories until last september so i'm on a modest cut since mid january right now. I just do my five day split (divided push and pull into two workouts + legs obviously) and still getting stronger from time to time.

    My TDEE is about 2800 kcal while eating like 2200-2300kcal a day. Dropped my weight from 176 to 167lbs and i'm going to continue that way to hopefully see my abs at 160lbs.

    • 2 months ago

      Well and my diet consists of high amounts of meat, fruits and veggies, bread for breakfast, quark everyday and the occassional fish or eggs.

      I never do cheatmeals or even cheat days. That would just ruin my calorie balance and i dont even have cravings for useless garbage.

  8. 2 months ago

    Nah, my strength is through the fricking roof with my bulk. Going to ride it out until the gains stall, then cut. Could be a week. Could be a year. We'll see.

    • 2 months ago

      this is me and I've been bulking since last june, but i don't want to be fat so it's cut time

    • 2 months ago

      my gains are complete shit and my joins are shit in nearly every body part but mainly my knee. wut dew?

  9. 2 months ago

    Been recomping (after a long injury period and stuffing myself) for a month already, started at 86kg. Goal is 76kg by April 1st. Just under 81kg as of this morning.

    I am tracking my weight daily, sometimes my waist.


    I track and record daily everything I eat. All healthy homemade food, no cheat days, no cheat meals, no alcohol, no sweets.

    2200-2400 calories, a deficit of 1000-800kcl/day, currently losing about a kilo a week.

    For breakfast/lunch (depending on time), always full fat greek yoghurt, honey, cinnamon, blueberries, dark chocolate & a scoop of whey. My favourite meal of the day, I look forward to it every night I go to bed.

    ~800kcals for dinner. Always meat (mostly beef or fish, chicken more rarely) with veg & small carb side, maybe a couple of eggs too.

    A portion or two of fruit for dessert.

    I have had one day back on at maintenance.


    Weightlifting and lots of walking & cycling.

    Three full body lifting sessions a week (legs twice a week). I time, track and record several key lifts every session. Same training as ever, but I do take a day off here and there if I am feeling fatigued.

    Lifts have been going up steadily every session, whilst my weight and waist have been going down. Happy about that.

    The routine is starting to make me feel like a robot. Hunger is getting to be a total b***h too.

    One more month of sacrifice!

  10. 2 months ago

    I'm lean year round.
    Never cut
    Never bulk
    Stop eating trash.

  11. 2 months ago

    Cut starts 21 March. Stop buying gluten carbs and move to 1% milk.

  12. 2 months ago

    yeah c**t. mfp back tracking the intake, working on getting to caloric deficit within the week and then getting out doing some cardio to buff the amount.

  13. 2 months ago

    Two meals per day: lunch at 12 and dinner at 3
    Lunch is usually approx 800 calories, dinner is approximately 800 calories
    Every day walk for around 12 miles to burn around 1000 calories
    Real weight lost per day calculated from collected data is 0.26 lbs per day, which is about 1.8 lbs / week; and a theoretical weight forcing of 0.27 lbs per day, about 1.9 lbs / week

    2.7 more weeks to 10% bf

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