Yes, you're going to get screwed up results if you keep cals too low for too long.
Do you have any idea of how many cals. you're eating everyday?
What do the rest of your day's activities look like? Too few calories, plus too much exercises ends up with a body that will fight back very hard in terms of fat loss.
Low carbs = depleted glycogen with time and or enough training volume which encourages fatty acid oxidation all over. Look at Body Opus, Ultimate Diet, Ultimate Diet 2.0 or even The Anabolic Diet and Natural Hormonal Enhancement for variations on CKD's.
Deliberate high carb overfeeding can help to upregulate hormones that tend to take a hit when in a prolonged and/or severe deficit.
How long have you been in fat loss mode?
And if you don't think kettleball squat cleans are difficult, I say, step up to the med-ball
- CJ Kim