PrefaceI was fat most of m young life (5-17). Decided to drop from about 260lbs to 160 lbs in 4 months the wrong way- starvation (~1000 calories/day) and cardio. I was literally skin and bones! Fast forward about a decade and I decided to start lifting and in the past few years, I've really been honing in on my goals.
GOAL: To reduce subcutaneous fat in hopes of tightening up my skin and in effect, lessen the need for surgery. Keeping my fingers crossed.
* Diet - Carb Cycling (5 day cycle 150g, 100g, 50g, 125g, 200g) @ ~2600 calories
** Two weeks in so far. Starting to get used to it.
* Training - Modified 5/3/1 with some speed work incorporated.
* Gear -
* Test E at 250mg/wk
* Tren A at 350mg/wk
* Cut Mix at 525mg/wk
- Test P = 175mg/wk
- Mast = 175mg/wk
- Tren A = 175mg/wk
* Tren A at 350mg/wk = TOTAL of 525mg/wk
** Epi @ 60mg/wk for the first four weeks - I've already ran epi at 50mg/day two weeks prior to starting tren ace.
** Bold (PH) will be thrown in at about 800mg/day during the last two weeks of cutmix and continued for a couple of months while continuing 250mg Test E.
** Clen and T3 - Throughout. Started two weeks prior to tren.
** Peptides - CJC-DAC 500mcg/eod + GHRP-2 3-5 X 100mcg/day
*** Subject to change orals since I have some anavar coming and who knows!
Here are some pictures from a couple of days ago. Mind you this is after a workout and flexing so the definition is nowhere near as prominent cold. Which reminds me, I should do a cold at-ease picture
The skin is especially noticeable now when I pull on it. Notice it around the abs, lower outside pec region, and obliques. Feels bad, man.
I will try to post daily to keep my diet on track. I'm using myfitness pal and need to figure out how to post my day's eating on here.
Input on what you guys think of my current bf % and the feasibility of my attempted plan is is welcomed.
Pun intended; I want to feel comfortable in my own skin. My goal when I lost weight in high school was to finely be able to take my shirt off at the beach, well I still can't get myself to do it. Let's hope that'll change!