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Old 01-22-2012, 07:23 PM   #1
Michael D Jones
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Default Fat loss phase - critique please

I'm 5'11 & 86kg. About 16% bf. Train heavy lifts and plyometrics. I need to get down to about 12 or 13% for volleyball season starting in a month. Here's the plan.

Lose 1lb a week
Calories at 2200 per day
Lowish carb - 100 to 150g a day (seems to suit me)
Protein 130 - 150g a day
Higher carbs pre volleyball (a must)
2 cheat meals a week.

What do people think? My cals about right? I used to be obese and have lost about 40kg over the years. Proud of where I am, just want to finish this.
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