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Damn I had thought you were eating 1600-1800 a day





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I was. Here's my basic caloric timeline with weight at beggining of period:
June 1 - late July: 14-1500 cals/day 186 LBS
Late July - Aug 20: 15-1800 cals/day with IF 175 LBS
Aug 20, 21, 22: 800 cals/day PSMF & IF 170 LBS
Aug 23: 900-1000 cals/day PSMF & IF 167 LBS
Aug 24: 1000-1100 cals/day PSMF & IF 166 LBS
Aug 25: 11-1200 cals/day PSMF & IF 165 LBS
Aug 26: 12-1300 cals/day PSMF & IF
Aug 27: 13-1400 cals/day PSMF & IF
Aug 28: 14-1500 cals/day PSMF & IF
Aug 29: 15-1700 cals/day PSMF & IF
Aug 30: VEGAS



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You managed that while drinking?





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You managed that while drinking?

Yep. I don't remember if it was June 1 or very early in June, but I gave up drinking on the weekday all together. And pretty much drank only on weekends or mainly 1 day of the weekend. When I'd drink or knew I was going to be doing it heavily, I'd burn extra calories during the week to make up for it.
The month of August really only had 2 days of me drinking more than 2 or 3 craft beers (Thanks to T Ham). But I'd prepare for it by doing an extra hour of hard work Thurs or Friday. Burning an extra 1000 calories than I normally would.
I haven't drank once since Aug 18 and won't until this Friday.

ETA: I also added my weight in my prior post



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So me burning 400-900 calories a day extra via cardio isn't as beneficial?

I mean right now I do one day heavy lifting/light cardio, next heavy cardio/core, heavy lifting/light cardio do this 6 days a week with Sunday off.

I eat between 1700-2000 calories a day and Saturday usually 2500-2600 since that is my cheat day.






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So me burning 400-900 calories a day extra via cardio isn't as beneficial?

I didn't say that. Did it sound like it??

What I see you are doing everything right. Heavy lifting and keeping heart rate elevated is great for burning fat. Looks like a solid week you have put together. I eliminated weekly cheat days. Instead I'd do one meal or none at all for a few weeks. Which is what I believe most of July was. But I was fine mentally and emotionally doing that. I understand that some aren't.






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No it didn't
Just trying to think of some thing to mix up my routine since I've been stuck last few weeks


My cheat day is usually a meal + all day drinking



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My routine was: Fast half mile run, straight to heavy lifting focusing on 2 body parts/day, abs/core just about every day, walking on treadmill 15-45 minutes if time was there.

And some evening runs. But honestly not many. IF helped lean me out. PSMF really has burned that last bit of fat



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My cheat day is usually a meal + all day drinking

Understandable






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Ah my running is treadmill....


1 mile at a 5.4-5.8 mph setting
Then rolling hill setting where the incline goes from 1-3 and my speed will be 4.8mph on 3 incline to 6mph on 1 incline


Light cardio can be elliptical or bike



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I always hated treadmills. And it helped that I was decently in shape before and was in good running shape. Just horrible body shape.
High intensity workouts were my focus. When I'd do abs/core I wouldn't just do one exercise/set. I'd string 3 together. Like weighted incline sit ups to kettle bell/45 lb plate lift/swings (not sure the prper name for it) to push ups. Then rest. Then repeat. Combination workouts burn calories and fat. Look at crossfit. I just took a page from their book.






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Core I do decline sit up with 8lb medicine ball, then have 35lb weights to do sides, work crunches in on a machine they have and use a kettle bell and tighten core.


I'm not a huge treadmill fan but switching it up and doing incline with the 6+ mph seems to work for right now. Especially since I'm going at 3am right now and my job requires me walking back and forth






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Core I do decline sit up with 8lb medicine ball, then have 35lb weights to do sides, work crunches in on a machine they have and use a kettle bell and tighten core.

Sounds good to me. Start stringing them together if you don't. Do a set of decline situps, jump off and go right into 35lb obliques. Rest. Repeat. Same with crunch machine to kettle bell.

Idk if you have or not. But for workout idea's I went and go to bodybuilding.com. Picture or video tutorials. You can search by body part. I even picked up different exercises from watching guys in the gym (no homo or creeper).

That is a great benefit of the treadmill. You can easily change pace/terrain with a push of a button. And it's in the A/C. Despite me not liking it, I've run on it more the past few months than I have run outside.






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Yea some of stuff I pick up from watching others
I've been doing my core between my sets but may just start giving up 30-45 minutes just for core and knock it out like burn outs






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After 4-6 weeks of the same routine, your body adapts and plateaus.
Always a great idea to try something totally different. Muscle/body confusion. It's the concept of most workout video programs like P90X. I took concepts from all over when I was coming up with my routines. All successful sources: P90X, Insanity, Bodybuilding, Crossfit, etc. Even with my diet. But everything was modified to what I wanted to achieve.






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Yeah buddy is loaning me Insanity so I'm gonna try that in the afternoons.....I'm always trying something new when it comes to my lifting routine, things ive seen others do but with cardio it has been mainly changing resistance/speed over course of 30-60 minutes





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I didn't change much with cardio. That's been pretty consistent throughout my last 3 months. Diet has been key.





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Yeah diet has been about the same for me for past 3-4 weeks


Stay between 1700-200 calories
100-120g of protein
Carb/fat I watch as to not exceed goal set by myfitnesspal






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Stay between 1700-200 calories
100-120g of protein
Carb/fat I watch as to not exceed goal set by myfitnesspal

I used myfitnesspal too pretty heavily. Take in more protein. See if you can hit 150g/day.






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Shouldn't be hard, just another protein shake as a midday snack instead of protein bar





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