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Thread: Adjusting your eating on sarms

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    Adjusting your eating on sarms

    Right now I'm headed in to 5th month of MK and just started GW/SR on Monday because im ready to start leaning up. The question:

    Do you account for what extra cals you might burn on the two when thinking how low you want to go below maintence ?

    Also I know last time i ran them there was a shorter duration between meals where I was feeling hungry so I was going through them fairly quick. I know some might just say eat if you're hungry don't deprive yourself but I gain easily so Im really limit myself how far I can go off track with what I have planned out for myself.

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    What do you mean 5th Month….you have to stop at 4!!
    16 weeks is max for GW/SR and only 12 weeks for MK-2866
    Not too mention you should be doing the mini PCT for the 12 weeks of MK-2866 use

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    lol Mk-677 sorry for confusion

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    Ok…….You still beed to run SR/GW for only 16 weeks( 4 Months) or you will get desensitized and waste the product

    Take a 3 week break and start them up again for another 16 weeks

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    Lol Yeah I know boss but I just started SR/GW on Monday so I'm good at the end but back to my post is there anything you can tell me on this matter like do calculate in to your eating the acceleration Sarms might have ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by itswhatever View Post
    Lol Yeah I know boss but I just started SR/GW on Monday so I'm good at the end but back to my post is there anything you can tell me on this matter like do calculate in to your eating the acceleration Sarms might have ?
    No you don't take into account for calories burn from the sarms as there is no way possible to calculate it…
    You have to know your TDEE based on your age/height/weight and determine maintenance and then cut 250-300 calories for 3 weeks and then reassesses to see if you are losing BF

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    Quote Originally Posted by Montgomery View Post
    No you don't take into account for calories burn from the sarms as there is no way possible to calculate it…
    You have to know your TDEE based on your age/height/weight and determine maintenance and then cut 250-300 calories for 3 weeks and then reassesses to see if you are losing BF
    Yeah that's what I'm about 300 under maintence but thanks man it's been a question I been wanting ask for awhile because I didn't do it last time and I thought maybe it was something That people do

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    You should always structure your diet accordingly for your goals and base your defecit or surplus on your maintenence level. You never account for compounds. Everybody responds different but I'll say that no matter what I've ran I've always had to diet just as hard on as I did off

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    I take BMR and add 300 calories to account for amped up cycle. Off cycle, straight BMR, or deficit, depending what I'm trying to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickRock View Post
    You should always structure your diet accordingly for your goals and base your defecit or surplus on your maintenence level. You never account for compounds. Everybody responds different but I'll say that no matter what I've ran I've always had to diet just as hard on as I did off
    absolutely... the beauty of sarms is they do prevent muscle wastage which allows you to eat at a small deficit and still make strong gains as long as your nutrients are proper...





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