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    You're cutting. I'm not sure what answer you are expecting. Not being rude, but it's just part of losing fat. It sucks and will make you weaker. Big part of Powerlifting as well. The best things to help you is hydration and sodium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan5011 View Post
    You're cutting. I'm not sure what answer you are expecting. Not being rude, but it's just part of losing fat. It sucks and will make you weaker. Big part of Powerlifting as well. The best things to help you is hydration and sodium.
    Thanks man
    I have not restricted sodium.
    I drink 8 litres everyday


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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan5011 View Post
    You're cutting. I'm not sure what answer you are expecting. Not being rude, but it's just part of losing fat. It sucks and will make you weaker. Big part of Powerlifting as well. The best things to help you is hydration and sodium.
    THIS ^^^ This forum is so going to shit. Condescending remarks, and comments from former fat fucks regarding cals. This is the obvious answer, thanks Titan. You cut, you lose strength, HELLO

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    THIS ^^^ This forum is so going to shit. Condescending remarks, and comments from former fat fucks regarding cals. This is the obvious answer, thanks Titan. You cut, you lose strength, HELLO
    I agree, which is why I try to keep the BS in the Pit. I donít want to run off long time active useful contributors.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajput View Post
    I sleep great. 7-8 hours every day. I have zero stress level. Life is going as smooth as it can.
    Frequency of coitus is good but we do it late night. I go in the gym in the evening.

    Already Using creatine, beta alanine, citrulline. Along with Glutamine and xtend.

    Skipfoursome seems to be right though. I guess i will just have to deal with strength loss due to cut and suck it up. Cant have my cake and eat it too.


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    Time to make a decision....
    Want to lift a ton and be fat or,
    Look good?
    If you cant put your ego aside you will never accomplish number 1.
    Make up your mind and go one way or the other.

    Now HOW you go about loosing is another story...
    SCIENCE TO PRACTICE

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    You can still be very strong and lean. Actually the strongest guys are lean. But that is the most competitive part in Powerlifting. 250 pound guys making weight cuts into the 220 coming in looking shredded.

    The strongest 198 lifter is Ben Pollack. with 2039 pound total divided by his squat bench and deadlift.

    Of course they don't get strong cutting. Cut. Get back on maintenance then worry about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldschool View Post
    Time to make a decision....
    Want to lift a ton and be fat or,
    Look good?
    If you cant put your ego aside you will never accomplish number 1.
    Make up your mind and go one way or the other.

    Now HOW you go about loosing is another story...
    Isnít there a middle ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajput View Post
    Isnít there a middle ?


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    Yep.

    Like I said earlier.

    You shouldn't be losing strength at your bf this early into a cut.

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    How long are you into a cut? I cut calories my lifts suffer as soon as my glycogen depletion does. Which is 2 days. One if it's my heavy squats or deadlifts.

    Muscle endurance things not so much, but my heavy lifts suffer quickly. The strength comes back after you start eating again and water repletes.

    On top of not being on anything. Steroids really help hold onto muscle water.

    Recovering muscles versus nerves is two different recovery rates. (A day versus a week give or take if you go hard.)

    You can add muscle in a deficit on gear. Strength on the other hand I have never heard of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan5011 View Post
    How long are you into a cut? I cut calories my lifts suffer as soon as my glycogen depletion does. Which is 2 days. One if it's my heavy squats or deadlifts.

    Muscle endurance things not so much, but my heavy lifts suffer quickly. The strength comes back after you start eating again and water repletes.

    On top of not being on anything. Steroids really help hold onto muscle water.

    Recovering muscles versus nerves is two different recovery rates.

    You can add muscle in a deficit on gear. Strength on the other hand I have never heard of.
    2 weeks into the cut.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajput View Post
    2 weeks into the cut.


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    Ehh, top end strength, yes I would say most strength athletes I know would have lost strength by then. Rep strength won't take much of a hit, but anything in the 80% range will take a hit.

    This obviously varies from person to person.

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    Strength is coming back slowly. I guess body needed time to adjust to the caloric cut.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    THIS ^^^ This forum is so going to shit. Condescending remarks, and comments from former fat fucks regarding cals. This is the obvious answer, thanks Titan. You cut, you lose strength, HELLO
    Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan5011 View Post
    How long are you into a cut? I cut calories my lifts suffer as soon as my glycogen depletion does. Which is 2 days. One if it's my heavy squats or deadlifts.

    Muscle endurance things not so much, but my heavy lifts suffer quickly. The strength comes back after you start eating again and water repletes.

    On top of not being on anything. Steroids really help hold onto muscle water.

    Recovering muscles versus nerves is two different recovery rates. (A day versus a week give or take if you go hard.)

    You can add muscle in a deficit on gear. Strength on the other hand I have never heard of.
    Me too, I loose strength quickly, if I'm losing weight I'm loosing strength.

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    I believe you can cut and keep strength. Based on how fast you are losing weight. If you dropping weight fast then it's hard to maintain strength. I love to bulk to put on my muscle and strength. But it sucks for my deadlift. I pull conventional. Any weight fain past 5-10 pounds makes it hard for me to setup for my pull. I can do it but I have to adjust things here and there in order to get myself into good position to pull.

    If you pulled 500+ for a trip. Then can't get that same weight next attempt. A few things maybe not enough carbs for this heavy day, not enough rest between sets. And if this isn't the case then. Drop weight by 10% and bang out 3 sets of 5.

    I am off the school of thought that you should only pull heavy twice a month. Alternating light weeks and heavy weeks.

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