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Finally here with my cutting log bitches!
For those of you who do not know what this is, I made an update on my cutting situation.
Give that a read if you have not already. Basically, before the cut I was sitting at 203-205 pounds, depending on the day.
My strength was at an all time high. I was moving a lot weight.
My endurance was good as well. My bloodworm showed that hormonal levels were back to normal.
My cholesterol was still a little high though. Around 210. I forget the more specific numbers.
Other then that, everything else was good. Which was great!
I was eating about 2700 calories before the cut started (with doing cardio 3 times a week). That was my caloric maintenance value.
So in my Fall 2016 cut, I cut my caloric 2500 to 1700-1800 calories and added 6 cardio (1 hour) fasted morning sessions a week.
That is a 700-800 calorie drop plus heavy cardio sessions. I lost 18 pounds of straight fat in 9 weeks.
I am not making as drastic of a caloric drop this time. I decided to start with lower caloric deficit of 400-500 calories.
So I a eating 2200-2300 calories per day. I cut those calories in carbs too.
Still taking 230 grams of protein per day. 180 grams of carbs per day. 50 grams of fats per day.
I am also researching T3 at a dosage of 50-60 micrograms/day and ostarine at 12.5 mg/day. Along, with my other muscle building supplements.
Im lifting weights 3 times per week. Plus my cardio regimen is the same as my last cut.
So now that you are caught up, let's fast forward to my results.
So I started the cut at 202-203. So after week 1, I was 199. After week 2, I was 197.
However, I did notice somethings. As usual, nothing goes exactly as planned.
The first thing is I did lose a bit of strength in the gym over the past two weeks.
I was not happy about that at all. That what the ostarine is supposed for.
Goddammit. I might need to take a higher dosage. My body might be adjusting to the small from my last cut.
Therefore, I am not getting the desired effect.
I have read about this before. Where guys do not get the same effects on their 2nd or 3rd cycle as they did with their first cycle.
I did not think I would have an issue though.
This just sucks because I did not factor this in at the beginning of the cycle.
I want to cut until the end of October and only planned on researching 12.5 mg/day ostarine. Nothing more.
Therefore, that is all I have supply for. I can always get more but I hate not having budgeted for things in advance.
I just do not want my strength to keep dipping. That means I am losing muscle and that is just no good dude.
I honestly think those pounds I lost might have been in muscle. Because I do not any leaner in the mirror.
You can look at the pictures and judge for yourself. I actually think I look leaner when I started.
That was the biggest thing I noticed.
The second thing is I noticed that my resting heart rate was up throughout these two weeks.
I am not on any fat burner or thermogenic compound either. Because I do not want my heart rate to go up dramatically.
I think this is probably the T3 going into effect. I think I will be just fine. I just happen to notice it while I was sitting down and doing nothing.
Anyway, that is all for now.
That is all for now in terms of my update.
I am definitely moving forward I'm probably going to up the dosage to 25 mg/day of ostarine per day.
This will be prevent more muscle and strength. I want to ensure the weight I am losing is only fat.
Everything else will stay the same. Please let me know what you guys in the comments below.
I would love to hear your thoughts, feedback, and suggests.
I will probably post an update every 1-2 weeks so I will keep you guys in the loop on my progress.
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