During the 6 weeks of FST-7, I put on 6 pounds -- up to 177.8
Between now and New Year's the goal is to see how much of that was muscle and how much was fat.
So, it's back to calorie-restriction for the next several weeks.
But it has to be done.
The first 5 came off easy, as always.
Now at 172.4 -- on the way to 168.
Will see how it all looks at that weight. Hopefully, I won't have to be lighter to get sharp.
Plan is to lean back down to less than 10% bodyfat (whatever that weight is) and then I'll know the rest was lean muscle added.
And, then what?
And then back to the cycle.
Back to bulking January 1 for 6 - 8 weeks, again on FST-7. It's the most dramatic mass -gainer we've found.
Only issue now is injury. Seems my lower back objected to FST-7 and, well, I don't care.
Had a great chiropractic adjustment today via Dr. Jim who said, "You need to lighten and be adjusted more often."
I replied, "I'll meet you half way. I'll get adjusted more often but not only I am not going lighter, I'm going heavier."
That's the deal. Sometimes success is just sucking it up.
Train hard; diet harder.