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Does type of Keto workout matter?

Discussion in 'Weight Training/Bulking' started by theymademedoit, Apr 18, 2012.

  1. theymademedoit

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    Hi,
    Quick question please.
    About to start my 1st Keto cycle and I am confused out what kind of workout routine to follow.
    Can I do my usual Push/Pull/Legs with cardio thrown in?
    Mon – Push (light cardio)
    Tues – Cardio
    Weds – Pull (light cardio)
    Thur – Legs
    Fri – Mix of above to deplete – Carb loading begins
    Is this ok?
    I am working with –
    244lbs
    5ft 11’’
    185lbs LBM
    Mon-Fri - 185g of protein and 117g of fat
    Carb loading (Fri morn after workout till Sat eve) - 923g of carbs, 185g of protein and 83g of fat
    Cheers,
    Al
     
  2. FatLenny

    FatLenny Active Member

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    What exactly are your goals with this?
     
  3. theymademedoit

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    Hi mate.
    I have dropped from 285 - 224 in 11 months.
    I want to get to a lower body fat % and drop down to 190.
    Cheers,
    Al
     
  4. FatLenny

    FatLenny Active Member

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    When cutting, your nutrition will be much much more important than your training. That being said, I think your schedule looks good as long as your are moving the heaviest weights you possibly can while doing your resistance training. You'll be trying to maintain lean mass while dropping fat, so you'll most likely have good results by staying in low rep ranges with heavy weights.

    Regardless what your plan is like, just make sure you continue to track your food and activities, and adjust your plan when you see your results deviate in order to stay on track. You've made a ton of headway! Keep moving!!

    :claphigh:
     

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