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Cutting diet/training plan for weeks 14-?? is up!

Thursday, March 29, 2007 by  
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March
29
2007

I’ve got a lot to cover in this morning’s update, so let’s get right to it!

First, I’ve got my food log posted for weeks 14-?? of my 2007 cut. As you can see, there are a lot of changes in store for this part of my cutting diet. Let’s go over them.

The most obvious change is the low-carb/refeed schedule instead of the training/non-training day schedule that I’ve always used in the past. The schedule will work like this (L=Low carb day, R=Refeed day):

DAY 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 etc…
MEAL PLAN L L L R L L L L R L L L R etc…

…so, basically a refeed day the 4th day, then the 5th day (counting from the last refeed). Repeat.

On refeed days I’ll be taking no supplements except for my multi-vitamin and essential fatty acids (EFAs). If a refeed day happens to fall on a training day, that means no post-workout shake, no pre-, during or post-workout supplements, etc.

My supplement intake on low-carb days will remain the same, except on low-carb training days I’ll be using PR&D’s Glutacene instead of the BCAA/Glutamine.

My cardio is also changing. I’ll be doing 30 minutes of LISS cardio in the AM on non-training days, and I’ll be doing 10-14 minutes of HIIT in the evenings on non-training days. The HIIT workouts I’ll be doing will progress in difficulty over the weeks. Here’s the schedule:

Week 1: 10 mins per session – 30 seconds all out, followed by 1 minute at moderate pace.
Week 2: 12 mins per session – 30 seconds all out, followed by 45 seconds at moderate pace.
Week 3: 14 mins per session – 45 seconds all out, followed by 45 seconds at moderate pace.

I’ve updated my training page to reflect these changes.

I think that about covers everything! This should be a very interesting and extremely productive segment of my cutting diet.

Once again, I’d like to give my most sincere thanks to USBF & NBI Pro Natural Bodybuilder “Mastover” for his expertise and kind assistance with my current cutting program.

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