Back on subject, do more because you can be down almost 50 pounds eating dinners like this and still dropping. Flank steak, tomatoes with salt, pepper, olive oil, and goat cheese, and a sam adams maple pecan porter.
I'm asian, if there is no white rice then it's not a real meal. Suck it.
Hah. I don't do many carbs. That beer is about 90% of my carbs for the day.
...play nice and state your points properly without insults thrown in. I'm here to learn.
infinite shore and aragorn are in disagreement a bit, but they're both writing helpful posts without getting butthurt
have you ever tried having a debtae with X where he doesnt throw around insults?
anyway im done let the thread get back on track.
lol that he does, but you can be the bigger man and not give insults. Also, you'll give your posts more credence if you post up a picture.
on topic: I like cutting by eating less. I've dieted on very low cals for this month and have kept my strength by just adding in some cals whenever I felt weak and had a big lifting session ahead. I think with an extended cut, I'd need a different approach.
From what I've seen, it simply seems that opportunity cost of gaining a significant amount of fat is too high, as the gains come on a diminishing return with higher and higher calories, as well as the time you have to spend cutting becomes longer and more brutal.