pwede kang mag pre-workout meal after workout... low carb pa din since you want to cut...
ayun nasabe mo na yung fault mo eating carbs before workout.. usually not applicable during cut. kung lo energy ka then do light weight, kung feeling week ka then you need sleep wag mong i pilit it may lead to injury.... dont rely on energy drinks use your own energy with out sups bago ka mag work out..
sleep ang no.1 recovery.. pag puyat ka dont do intense workout, do light yoga or stretch for blood flow..
kung gusto mo mag cut, eat more low carbs like veggies... as in very low carbs.. strict 50 grams of rice a day..
good luck on your cutting phase.. kaya mo yan..
yep dati talaga bumibili ako 2kilos ground beef at ginagawang burger patties giants pa yun hahaha
Haven't put any update but...
I really hate my lower body now. Consulted a PT and have my mobility/strength checked and basically the diagnosis is that my glutes and quads are not firing properly, my hamstring are tight AF - all three of which are what I expected is happening, which causes my lower body to compensate in a lot of my lower body movements. Been suffering it for awhile and I have a chiro before to check with and repair. But now I don't have my chiro so not really sure what to do. I was told that I just need activation therapy to wake up my glutes and quads muscles.
I just rely on myfitnesspal and log in all my food there. Every gram of any food has different macro breakdown.
For instance, one serving of rice, which is 45g (or 1/4 cup) of bigas (uncooked white rice) is equal to 36g carbs when cooked. Remember that white rice needs to be cooked with water and depending on how much you add varies on how much grams you get afterward. I usually weigh out the dry rice, cook it then re-weigh it so I will know how much is the conversion. If you are lazy, typically it's x2. So 90g of cooked white rice = 36g carbs.
For chicken, say if it is 99% fat free, it should be 4oz = 44g protein.