February 26, 2014 at 7:28 pm #10768
Hi Guys Page 247 of Ebook shows a calculator with pro hi,pro low,fat,I get that part of it but why are the low carb calories there in the pre carb meal times,what I'm try to say is I thought through my understanding that you are only allowed 30g carbs until after training when you can have all the carbs you require.however the calculator for a 164lb person says 660 calories allowed for carbs at that weight which is 165g carbs, surely these carbs should come after the workout,and not pre.February 26, 2014 at 8:11 pm #214558
It's just for Pre-Training times, the calorie part of it should not be counted, but just to give you a solid number or guideline. You're wanting to look at macros, and use the BW TO CARBS CHART to establish a rough carb amount.February 26, 2014 at 9:10 pm #214559
According to the Bw to carb table for 164lbs I should eat 574g of carbs but if I ate that much I would be obese.February 26, 2014 at 9:10 pm #214560
T_T Really? Have you tried it?February 26, 2014 at 9:23 pm #214561
T_T Really? Have you tried it?
X2Seems like all these newbies want the golden ticket and don't want to try a damn thing out on there own. Don't eat carbs during the day, lift, and then start your BL.... Simple as that.February 26, 2014 at 9:34 pm #214562
Hi no I have not tried it,but I have been lifting heavy for six months with good progress,but I'm am now 15% bf and want to be 10% bf I have been experimenting with diets for this time and I had currently been carb cycling between 180g-280g carbs for the last few months and I gained extra fat with muscle.so I am hoping that carb backloading is the solution,to staying lean whilst building muscle but I have found the book to be good but a bit confusing in places which I'm trying to clear up.February 26, 2014 at 9:42 pm #214563
Thanks scope that is all I wanted to know a straight simple to the point answer.May 3, 2017 at 6:29 am #488279
In the meal times calculator, are the fat numbers in the table only for the pre-carb meal times or would they apply to the whole day?
If they apply to pre-carb meal times only, am I correct to assume we are free to include fat in our backload up to the point where we meet the 1:0.5 protein-fat ratio and fill the rest with carbs as required (or up to whatever calorie limit we aim for)?
Just slightly confused whether to apply the fat levels to pre-carb times only or all day.
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