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ALL MUSIC PRODUCED BY LOW CARB CORY (aka CORY CRUSH).
Low Carb Cory started this channel at the end of December, 2012, and quickly decided that he needed to challenge himself, so he began a 2 Month Fitness, Fat Loss, & Body Transformation Challenge on 01/10/2013, to end on 03/10/2013, his 30th birthday, The challenge was originally versus another YouTube personality, but it became evident only weeks into the challenge that Low Carb Cory “competition” was not proving to be any competition at all. Rather than be deterred by this, The Low Carb Legend made the challenge a battle against himself.
Low Carb Cory’s goals WERE as follows:
1) Drop from 10% body fat to somewhere between 6.5 and 7.5% body fat (measured via fat calipers by a skilled personal trainer at Anytime Fitness in Stevens Point, WI; although the starting body fat % may not have been accurate, there would be no denying the drop in body fat %)
2) Gain 15-20 lbs. (6.8-9.0 kg) on all major lifts (bench press, deadlift, wide-grip lat pull-downs, etc.)
3) Gain 5-10 lbs. (2.3-4.5 kg) on all isolation exercises (side lateral raises, bicep curls, triceps pushdowns, etc.)
4) Gain 2-3 lbs. (0.9-1.4 kg) of new muscle
By the end of this challenge, all of these goals were achieved, which proves, like Low Carb Cory always say, that “it’s never too late to be who we could’ve been!”. Please see the Low Carb Legend’s starting, mid-point, and final body fat/lean mass measurements during this challenge below.
All results were achieved using Low Carb Cory’s own fitness & fasting program, the Seven Day Cycle, which is scheduled for E-Book release in late May/early June, 2013. If you have any questions about this amazing, revolutionary program, contact Low Carb Cory via the information at the bottom of this description box.
Starting Numbers on 01/10/2013:
Body Weight: 162.2 lbs.
Lean Weight: 143.964 lbs.
Fat Weight: 16.2350 lbs.
Body Fat %: 10.0092
Population Average: 17.585
Halfway Numbers on 02/07/2013:
Body Weight: 162.0 lbs.
Lean Weight: 149.601 lbs.
Fat Weight: 12.3984 lbs.
Body Fat %: 7.65336
Population Average: 17.585
Final Numbers on 03/11/2013:
Body Weight: 172.0 lbs.
Lean Weight: 158.260 lbs.
Fat Weight: 12.9393 lbs.
Body Fat %: 7.55805
Population Average: 17.585
The reasons for altering the amount of carbohydrates while eating a healthy diet are many.
You lose fat easily, while not losing muscle mass and can work without problems, mainly those days eating very carbohydrates.
I have spent the past few days to read 50 articles from nutritionists, bodybuiler, nutrition experts, fitness expert and all agree: This is a superb way to lose fat, maintain muscle mass, have plenty of energy in the body while not miss out on eating very of what you like to eat!
But Googling for yourself and read and form your own opinion! This is mine:
Why is it better than eating a traditional low calorie diet (type 1300 kcal per day, distribution according to food group)?
– The protein content is high and it burns them easier fat, keeping carbohydrates down 5 days out of 7 and has those days a very good fat burning.
– When eating the same energy distribution day in and day out to reach the body often pretty soon a plateau, the body is smart and has begun to recognize a pattern and realize that you pull into the calories!
Why is it generally better than eating a traditional low-carb diet?
– Many people find it difficult to practice on a low carbohydrate diet.
– Many think it is sad not to eat wholemeal bread, some pasta etc in length. They often feel a bit off and it can be a pain to eat outside, away, etc.
There are some indications that following a diet of low carbohydrate / högfettskost become insulin resistant and can tolerate carbohydrates worse, easier weight once you eat carbohydrates.
-Matsmältningsproblem, Constipation, diarrhea, one often hears that many have problems with.
By cycling your carbohydrates so you profit from a low carbohydrate diet but has easier to train and maintain your new diet!
There are certain “rules” to follow.
You do not need to count, measure, etc. Therefore, the diet is pretty self-adjusting when going away in calories when you pull down on the carbohydrates, to over eat not fat nor in the diet as in LCHF so energy is not sky high for the reason either, but it can still be good in the beginning to get the one that works for you! A bit like counting the points, in the beginning, you want rock track, later put it in the spinal cord and you learn to eat in a way that saves points (= calories)
If you are interested in measuring, control and knowing that you are doing right so here are a Carb Cycle Diet Formula!
I put my diet in Health Guard Plus Online, it gives a breakdown in grams (and not just in percentage) and to make recipes, new food products, etc. I do not about their calorie and energy distribution recommendations.
There are free programs for this. There is also an excel document that you can use! Download here. (Instructions here )
Monday: A little carbohydrates
Tue: Moderate carbs
Wed: High proportion of carbohydrates
Thur: Some carbohydrates
Fred: Moderate carbs
Sat: High proportion of carbohydrates
Sune: A little carbohydrates
… And then continues the following week under this scheme.
To figure out how many calories, carbohydrates, protein, etc. to eat, there are many different formulas depending on how you put up his bike but this formula is quite simple.
Let’s say Lisa weighs 70 kg and is 1.70 tall.
First we need to know how very Lisa weighs in pounds, that we learn by walking 70 kg with 2.2 = 154 pounds
We begin then to find out how much Lisa eat their funds of days:
Now to find out how much this is in the calories we need to know that:
1 gram of carbohydrate = 4 calories
1 gram of protein = 4 calories
1 gram of fat = 9 calories
Then that is the sum:
368 calories from carbohydrates, 616 calories from protein, 414 calories from fat = 1398 calories
During low carbohydrate she should eat the same firm only 20-25 grams of carbohydrates! (We count 25 g in this case)
We use the same calculation to find out how many calories she should eat above.
100 calories from carbohydrates, 616 calories from protein, 414 calories from fat = 1130 calories
During high carbohydrate Lisa should eat as very protein, the more carbs!
To find out how many carbohydrates she should eat her so we multiply weight in pounds by 1.4 = 215.6 grams (ie about 215 g)
The sum is then: 860 calories from carbohydrates, 616 calories from protein, 414 calories from fat = 1890 calories
This is a weekly sum of: 9966, that a cut on 1423 calories per day.
One can possibly need to pull down the fat to about 30 grams of högkolhydratdagarna if you do not think that weight loss is optimal, will lose too few calories when you increase the on carbs!