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Old 10-03-2016, 09:31 PM
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Question Want to cut and maintain muscle

So like most people I want to cut about 10lbs and maintain as much muscle as possible. Am I on the right track to cutting my calorie intake, mostly from carbs and doing some more low intensity cardio or HIIT?

Is there other things I should be doing in terms of nutrition, workout, supplements, etc.?

Any advice would be most appreciated?

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Hey Eazy, sorry for my ignorance but where do I see these posts your are referring to that will give me the insight I need about intermittent fasting to do it correctly?

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Hey Eazy, sorry for my ignorance but where do I see these posts your are referring to that will give me the insight I need about intermittent fasting to do it correctly?

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eazy posts lots of tips so hard to find to be fair

but found few links below

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https://www.hypermuscles.com/f68/int...-fasting-6314/
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https://www.hypermuscles.com/f68/int...-fasting-6314/
Thanks so much!!! I really appreciate it!!! So intermittent fasting is an industry standard as a effective cutting strategy. Just want to be clear, I don't know if it matters but I do not take any steroids or supplements besides protein and pre-workout.

Don't know if the process or techniques differ between the two but just wanted to put that out there.
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Also, Where does the workout come into play. Do I want to workout on an empty stomach in the morning?

Then break the fast after the workout?
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maybe eazy can help with this hes knows lot on the subject


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Also, Where does the workout come into play. Do I want to workout on an empty stomach in the morning?

Then break the fast after the workout?


That's exactly what you need to do. Your workout intensity won't be quite as good but that's the beauty of cutting unfortunately. Don't forget to eat plenty of fat to make up for the calories you are leaving out by cutting out carbs.

Fat loss is all about insulin production. Too many carbs and you produce insulin to mop up the excess sugar in your bloodstream and dump it in your muscles amongst other places (great when bulking) and then bodyfat. By cutting carbs you reduce your insulin output and therefore the storage of bodyfat.

The fat you eat has absolutely no impact on insulin and will prevent muscle loss when cutting. It won't prevent all loss but will help. Obviously it's still a balancing act between what you eat and what you need but this way is far better than strict calorie reduction, especially if natural.

It's also one of the ways intermittent fasting works. By not eating you lower any stored sugar and therefore can eat more carbs before your insulin kicks in again.

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That was super helpful!!!

So I am going to start fasting at night, wake up and go to the gym in the morning only consuming pre workout with virtually no calories then I will have a post workout meal to break the fast.

How significant of a difference are we talking about if I don't hit exactly 16 hours of fasting, what if it is more like 14 hours?

If I finish my workout and I am 14 hours into my fast, would it be better to wait another two hours or is it more important to get that protein in my body immediately after the workout?

Thanks again!! I really appreciate it
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