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Thread: deficit in stack of cardarine and ostarine

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    deficit in stack of cardarine and ostarine

    hi, what do you think is a safe deficit to not lose muscle in this stack? I know that for a natural up to 500 calories it is safe but this stack which would be a safe deficit for this stack i wanted to speed up fatloss.

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    500 is a good number to go with





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    Quote Originally Posted by dylangemelli View Post
    500 is a good number to go with
    thanks for the answer. would it be too risky to make a 600-700 calorie deficit?

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    good idea if you want to crash your metabolism

    you don't lose fat from eating in a deficit, calories in/out is bro science. it might work in the short run but long term it DOES NOT WORK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badg96 View Post
    thanks for the answer. would it be too risky to make a 600-700 calorie deficit?
    Right now you're debating the toss over 200 kcals. As opposed to actually dieting.

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    i'm a little bit old school. I just cut out a meal when cutting and add when bulking. However with that being said my meals are usually 500 calories each...
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    I dont count calories anymore. I just know my body and eat 1-2 meals per day of good quality food. So simple and works amazing for staying lean. I am in the best shape of my life right now.
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    Rate of fat loss that is good and safe is 1 to 1.5 lbs per week. 3500 calories equals 1 pound so it would be 500 per day up to 750 per day defecit.

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    500-750 deficit is normal

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