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Goal Getting fit

Discussion in 'Fitness' started by mikimica, Jan 20, 2018.

Goal: 85kg @10%bf by April 15th by April 14, 2018 (finished)

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Member mikimica commits to the following actions to achieve this goal

lift 3x per week, add 2.5-5kg on lifts every training
eat 2800-3200kcal daily
creatine mono

  1. mikimica

    mikimica New Member

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    Goal: 85kg @10%bf by April 15th.
    That means I need 5kg of muscles. 12 weeks of lifting and some water from creatine will take care of that.

    Action steps:
    -lifting 3 times per week, adding 2.5-5kg on lifts every week
    -eating my bodyweight in lbs x 16-18kcal daily.
    -take creatine monohydrate
     
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  2. Tom

    Tom Active Member

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    Damn dude I've not seen this used outside books from the 70's! Such a good way.

    Make some gainz breh.
     
  3. Shaney96

    Shaney96 Active Member

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    Sounds like you're aiming to bulk. You're aiming to lower body fat percentage while being in a caloric surplus?
     
  4. Tom

    Tom Active Member

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    Genetics bro..... xD
     
  5. Shaney96

    Shaney96 Active Member

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    I don't mean to sound like a know-it-all, but from my understanding, it's impossible to cut out fat while gaining a good amount of muscle. This may differ when you're just starting out, have little/no muscle and a decent amount of fat, but I'm sure it's impossible to do when you're in a decent physical state.

    Hence the need for cut/bulk cycles. Let's say you lean bulk and increase mass by 1lb per week. If you're lifting hard, then 0.5lb will be muscle and the other 0.5lb fat. After bulking for a few months, you've gained a good amount of muscle, but of course a good amount of fat also. When you begin cutting, the idea is to cut fat while retaining as much muscle as possible, hence the need for heavy lifting on a cut.

    That's just what I've learned. Genetics will play some part, but, unless I've been misinformed, you simply cannot 'get bigger while getting slimmer'.
     
  6. Gort

    Gort Robot

    Notification: Goal approved!

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    Now, do your best to succeed! Your next progress update will come due on Sun, 28 Jan 2018.
     
  7. mikimica

    mikimica New Member

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    No man, just to keep it at the same level. I am always about 10%. And for muscles, those 5kg are 2kg from creatine and regaining 3kg of old muscles. If this was about totally new muscles and without creatine, I would be more conservative in my estimations of what's possible.
     
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