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Old 08-29-2010, 01:15 PM   #1085 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Father Flex:

Why all this talk about cycling carbs and everyone doing keto diets? Bulk up and get stronger, ya' fucks.
I personally feel more energized when I'm cycling my carb intake. I don't really buy into the whole "carb sensitive" idea, but I usually feel sluggish after any meal containing a significant amount of carbs. Even breakfast.

I really fucked myself over when I origianlly tried to cut with the ketogenic diet, and I went overboard. I was very restrictive, and it ended up costing me a significant amount of hard-earned muscle mass I had achieved over the previous winter.

Then, when I bulked again, I felt too heavy & bloated. It's been a see-saw ever since, until I've settled pretty nicely into my current carb-cycling routine.

Meh, I like it. And it works for me.

It's not going to give me what a full-on bulking diet would, but it maintains and keeps me fired up in the gym.
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