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Good advice there.

Those PBn’j sandwiches are good but god damn they make you fat fast as a mofo.

Originally Posted by TheGreatDivider
I did it with a super smal fridge in the Navy. Just pack it with precooked meat and keep a sh*t ton of packaged meats and starches that keep like tuna and chicken in cans, beef jerkey, bread, instant brown rice, and oatmeal. You can keep fruit for a few days at best but maily try to get your fruits and green veggies in at the dining hall.

sed26, do you even listen to my advice anymore? You’re obsessed with the oldschool method of bullying your body to bulk up as quick as possible then cut to extremes to lose it and pray that you look good when you’re finished. That ill conceived notion went out with jazzercise in the early 90s.
Natural bodybuilders now know that they can only gain about 10lbs of muscle a year on average for about 5 years depending on how long they train. So some of the new methods of bodybuilding have changed to allow a controlled bulking period, a build & burn period, and a cutting period. All of these depend on your bodyfat % and what your current goal is.

It’s not as easy as you make it seem. I can fit maybe 2-3 containers in the fridge not including a half gallon milk. I see my gf once a week and she sends meals with me. But it’s enough for a single meal maybe. But as for storing things in the fridge it is EXTREMELY limited. They wouldn’t let us bring our own seperate fridge. So I eat 2-3 pbnj sandwiches just to keep up with my calories. EVERYTHING I eat is not dirty. The pbnj is probably the worst thing in my diet right now but everybody doesn’t have the resources to do things “by the textbook” all the time but I’m doing good with what I have. If my gf lived close it would be easy but I only see her on weekends.

Sidenote: My erections improved even more. I added 3 mins of jogging in a total of 12mins of cardio and just started that routine yesturday. I think the cayenne pepper is really doing its job also for circulation and everything else it does. I think it helped with my running stamina. I’ll say my EQ is about an 8 now at best. There is resistance when I try to push it down. At 10 is would be hard to even push it parallel to the floor. Also when I’m erect and stop the stimulation it takes about 10-15 secs longer to start going down whereas before it would immediately start going down. But I’m happy with the progress I’m making and hope it continues.


7-20-16: BP: 7.63 NBP 6.75 x 5.75

3-22-17: BP: 8.44 NBP 7.56 x 5.75

Who says you can’t sneak in another fridge? It’s not like they do random room inspections and go through your things when you’re gone.

Originally Posted by TheGreatDivider

Who says you can’t sneak in another fridge? It’s not like they do random room inspections and go through your things when you’re gone.

lol That would NEVER work. They actually do room inspections but we are notified of the date. But out of the question lol


7-20-16: BP: 7.63 NBP 6.75 x 5.75

3-22-17: BP: 8.44 NBP 7.56 x 5.75

What’s the size of your fridge? Height by width by length.

Idk the exact size I don’t have a yardstick. But it’s small enough that it won’t hold a whole gallon of milk because it won’t close. It’s onloy two shelves.

I decided it’s time to start cutting now. No more pbnj sandwiches for me. Also drinking protein with water. No more junk food to get in those last few calories. Eating cleaner foods. Anybody got any important things that I should know when cutting to minimize muscle loss and maximize fat loss?


7-20-16: BP: 7.63 NBP 6.75 x 5.75

3-22-17: BP: 8.44 NBP 7.56 x 5.75

Maybe get some BCAA’s in powder form that will help you prevent muscle loss when dieting. Guess you know all the basics of dieting so won’t go into that. Stick to proteins and fruit in the evenings, an apple and some casein proteins( cottage cheese with some berrys is tha business) which is really low on calories and keep your muscles getting nutrition through the night because of the slow digesting casein.(6/8 hours time) And of course fatty acids, omega-3, udos choice, you know this :)

Despite what you may have read cutting is not about calorie restriction. Sure that does play a good role in it but the main key to a successful cut is stabalizing ghrelin,lowering insulin and raising testosterone and natural HGH. This could be done a number of ways and through a few different diets but we don’t want to shock your body and have you lose a lot of muscle glycogen retention a la vegan diet like I did, which isn’t too hard to prevent and reverse but may cause problems. So of the few other diet choices left there is loading both backloading and frontloading, which will help you lose weight more slowly (about a pound a week if you’re lucky) while maintaining size or even gaining a little. Then there is keto or Atkins/Modkins where you will eat mainly protein and fats all day and very few carbs from healthy fiberous sources. The main problem with atkins is also that it will dry you out and cause you to lose some muscle glycogen size when it could be better retained to form new muscle.

So my advice is to go with either loading diet. The best of the two I had success with was backloading where I ate just a few carb sources during the day to keep me going and then crammed in about 250-300 grams in two meals after my workout. I lost about a pound a week while gaining half a pound of muscle consistantly for 12 weeks. What you will be looking foreward too is eating some of the contravercial foods like chicken and cheese pizza and even sugar and a small amount of icecream among the other healthy carb sources. The way I managed to keep my sanity while succeeding with this diet to save milk and sugar for after a workout.

I would start out each morning drinking a shake with water and 2tbsp of half and half plus 1tbsp of mct oil. It will taste like milk but only have way less than 12g of carbs depending on your protein powder. The next meal was usually something chicken with fiberous lowcarb veggies and I tried to cut back on salt. If you’re out and can’t help but order try KFC’s grilled chicken breast with the skin removed and double greenbeans, and at McDonalds you can get the salads with extra chicken for a buck, but skip the dressing and croutons. My third meal was pretty much the same as the first, maybe with a single plum depending on my energy levels. For the first 3-4 meals of the day I aimed for 100-120g of protein which really helped compaired to just waking up and having a shake before going. Throught my workouts I would only drink lots of water and keep refilling my water bottle. I would suggest bcaas if you are a hard gainer and even a little bit of sugar if that helps you out. After I walked home I would make a shake with 20g of skim milk, 1/4 of dextrose, 2 scoops of whey, 2 crushed bags of 100 cal oreos. That’s over 60g protein and 120g carbs, try to keep fat low because you wont want to eat for hours if you do. My fith meal was the one I craved all day. I would sometimes go vegan and just work in loads of beans and starches or do a whole thin pizza with chicken and veggies. Usually I was breaking a massive sweat from the metabolism boost by then. And finally before bed meal casein is always a good choice right before bed, but I have gotten through just fine with some cheese and chicken or fish.

What you wan’t to be looking for each morning is the amount of subcutaneous water floating under the skin after you thump or pinch snapback the skin on your stomach. If you are losing cuts and feeling bloated then up your water intake to one and a half of what you are now drinking. If it continues to be a problem then either cut back ever so slightly on your daily carbs or wait longer before eating your last high carb meal and going to sleep.

Remember to keep your lifts as strong as before and drink plenty of water. Absolutely no diet pills!

Thanks a lot guys. Yes I only know the basics of cutting so anything you tell me is pretty much gold. This is my first ever cut so I hope I don’t lose too much muscle along the way. My school has cheese pizza and turkey burgers everyday and I also wanted to get your opinions on those two foods. Sometimes the main courses here aren’t the best for cutting so that’s why I ask. But we also have subs everyday too but i wouldn’t know the nutrition on those.


7-20-16: BP: 7.63 NBP 6.75 x 5.75

3-22-17: BP: 8.44 NBP 7.56 x 5.75

I had the same problem 2 years ago when I put on about 30% of lean muscle in a year, and it was all natural.

I think you are probably over trained. Go find a doctor and check your cortisol blood level.

Best to do it the day after you normal training routine.

Originally Posted by uwjake
I had the same problem 2 years ago when I put on about 30% of lean muscle in a year, and it was all natural.
I think you are probably over trained. Go find a doctor and check your cortisol blood level.
Best to do it the day after you normal training routine.

I think it has something to do with training. So I should just get that checked out? What are the possible outcomes?


7-20-16: BP: 7.63 NBP 6.75 x 5.75

3-22-17: BP: 8.44 NBP 7.56 x 5.75

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