Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by KenKaniff, Jul 14, 2005.
FUCKING FINALLY, TONIGHT IS THE BEGINNING OF THE CARB-LOAD
already had 2 muffins and n-large shake
That's pretty quick for the first carb load. Of course, that's based on other stuff that I've read
according to UD 2, it's 4 days of 50 grams or less of carbs, then full 7000 calorie + carb, thursday pm into friday...
Welcome back to crapping like a man again.
dude I have'nt taken a shit since tuesday morning. I took a MASSIVE dumper like 15 minutes ago. I fucking love this shit. I feel GREAT
Mine starts on Monday w/ 2 full weeks of only 30g I might bump to 50 though, depends if I want to die or not. Definetely might buy some fiber pills but hopefully eating a ton of vegetables wont make it too bad
N-Large would be awesome for the load if weren't for the fructose
you supposed to have a slight amount of fructose during the load. It would'nt hurt. My load tommorrow is mainly gonna consist of starchy food, bread, bagels, pasta shit like that
dude that is going to be ROUGH. I was already on a ~100 grams a day of carbs, before I started UD2. 50 gms of carbs MAX coupled with full body circuit high-rep training = MURDER
Oh, now I'm drinking 20 BEAUTIFUL OUNCES OF A STRAWBERRY SMOOTHY WITH SOME CEE AND 3 SCOOPS OF MYOPLEX DELUXE THROWN IN
dont go ape shit if you're sensitive to carbs youll definitely have to tone down his carb-up recommendations
could this be a serious reply in a thread by gogzilla????!?!?!
yeah ive got mad UD2 experience hey dude.
thats more like it
UD2 takes mad dedication. it's workouts are hell
i just started christophers 5x5 basic routine. i got owned
What do you mean by sensitive to carbs? As in making you feel super tired? Or being inclined to put on fat much faster
Exactly... I wouldn't call 28 grams of fructose in one shake a "slight amount"... thats about 1/2 to 1/3 the total recommended amount for the entire load. Especially when pretty much everything else will have tag along sucrose in it.
Some people can get away with dirty carb loads though, I'm just jealous.
i'm not sure why you guys are doing these extreme diets, it seems like a good way to lose lots of muscle. i've lost a ton of weight just doing classic: less calories, high protein, lots of exercise...but still plenty of carbs. just my 2 cents...
UD2 is so elaborate because its designed spefically to maintain lean mass.
which isn't possible with a normal diet?
Extreme as in such low carb or such low calories?
UD2 is better for retaining LBM if you have it dialed in correctly. If you're going to argue against something you should at least have read the book.