Muscle Gain on Calorie Deficit diet?

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  1. Matty1973

    Matty1973 New Member

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    Hi All,

    i want to smack some big gains on fairly quickly so i know i need to get my calorie/nutrient intake pretty darn good but i have a bout 10kgs of fat to lose as well.

    I have used 5 various BMR and nutrition Macro calculators and they have all come in pretty close together on their recommended diet.

    I know its not sustainable to be in deficit but if i calorie deficit for say 2 weeks by reducing carbs to extreme small amounts but keep up the calories from protein and good fats should this be ok?
     
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  3. Ogu Dba Dba

    Ogu Dba Dba New Member

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    drop the fat, once lean work on muscle gain. Everything works better starting from a lean state, natural or enhanced...
     
  4. BrRMG

    BrRMG New Member

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    By self-experience and experience that i've noticed from my clients, extreme cut offs doesn't seem to be sustainable and have a short term effectiveness.
    You've got 2 options:
    1. Carb cycling starting with i'd say 500calories deficit and decrease every week (or 2).
    2. Managing your macros and decrease calories (no carb cycling in this option)
     

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