You dont have to cut calories for this plan though, you can eat whatever.you wamt as long as your getting in your right macros like fat, average person doesnt eat over 3k a deal well i mean ppl that workout and what not of course an obese person eats more, they are just fat because they dont eat healthy, to me the point of this program is to really make fat loss easy for you and dieting right to get very lean and healthy, and your talking anout working out im talking about dieting and fasting.
I use to always also work out 2-3 hours a day, unless your juicing thats a waste of time, just be in the gym an hourish a day and do low reps and high weight and rest good..between sets and youll be set thats how im so strong
Your sayin 1500-2000 calories, thats relatively low even for someone working out, watching what they eat. Its simple math you need to burn more calories than you eat to lose weight. Eat less, lose weight. Burn off enough through exercise. Combine the to and itll happen faster.
The only time i spend more than an hour in the gym is when I run after working out. And only doing low reps heavy weight wont give you muscular endurance. For the best gain, you should be changing your routine up. High reps lower weight then lower reps, higher weight.
I take my bcaa's before my workout and have all the energy in the world and put up so much weight for my age and my pounds, believe it or not i habe more energy now working out on a fasted stomach then when i ate before my workouts
All your doin is making up for the lack of nutrients you dont get due to fasting with supplements. What was your diet before hand? Just cuz you ate doesnt mean it was the right stuff to build muscle. Im not against supplements entirely cuz its really hard to get everything you need and keep the calories down. But starving yourself and using supplements to make up for it doenst sound good.
There was tons of info and testing on the atkins diet too and where did that go?