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Old 09-16-2008, 06:15 PM   #1
Dan Heaney
Join Date: Jan 2008
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Default Diet question

I am training heavy M-W-F and 1hr of yoga T-TH-S-Su. I am thinking of using this as my diet. I am 190-195lbs 10-11% looking to get stronger and heavier. I want to do this till I hit 15% BF then Get the BF back to 10-11%. I have gone lower in CHO on the non wt days but I'm not recovering well enough so I upped them some. Prior to this I was the same on m-w-f but 2000 @ P200 CHO<70. FAT<100g and maintaining pretty well but as the intensity increase I starting to lose some strength. I also eliminated all metcon work for the time being. Does this make sense?

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