dude, you don't eat enough, you're not going to have any room to drop cals lower when weight loss stalls if you start out so low.
Whats your training look like?
that'shonestly unnecessary at the beginning of a cut IMO. I thinks it's poor choice to start out at 100% of everything you could do for a cut. IE very low cal, hiit, boat loads of stims, thermos, clen etci was ending my workouts with 15 mins on the treadmill but that was more to prepare myself for HIIT.
that'shonestly unnecessary at the beginning of a cut IMO. I thinks it's poor choice to start out at 100% of everything you could do for a cut. IE very low cal, hiit, boat loads of stims, thermos, clen etc
While it may be boring i'd start out with some medium intensity cardio ~30 min 5x a week either in the AM or post workout. As you lean out out you will have to either increase time or frequency and eventually both. When you reach what is a feasible max for you on both of those and still need to lose fat then i would add in things like HIIT and more stimulants or fatburners. This has worked well for me in the past. Just a thought.
I saw you said you upper your calls, looks good their though i generally tend to eat more protein and less carbs than you do in a cutting situation.
rebs me and you should have a striated delt cutting competition
its odd, with my last cut, i did 2300 cals and 40 mins of cardio daily for 6 months straight. Lost 4.5-5.1lbs per month each month. I would have expected it to be something like 8,7,6,5,4,3 or something like that. But nope, it was incredibly consistent from start to finish.
I do, however, wish i would have done 2500 for a month, 2500 + cardio, 2300, 2300+ cardio, 2300+cardio+stims/thermos/fatburners. I feel like I might have been able to burn just as much fat and saved a little more muscle/strength.