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What's Cutting?

A cutting cycle is for an individual who is trying to slim down. Remember that weight loss comes down to just calories… not carbohydrates or fats. Any time you’re in a calorie deficit, you will lose weight [1]. To shred body fat, you need to be in a deficit of 500 calories a day which will lead to 1-2lbs of fat lost a week. As your body fat drops lower (around 8%), your weekly weight loss will diminish to around ½ to just a pound a week. During your cutting diet, you’ll take in a higher amount of protein to help preserve muscle which is calculated as 1.2 grams of protein per pound of body weight. A common practice by bodybuilders is to drastically cut their caloric intake to a negative of 1,000 a day to shred the fat faster. In theory this works, but you will definitely lose some of the muscle you worked so hard to obtain. This calculation will provide you enough of a calorie deficit to lose weight in a healthy manner while losing very little muscle or none at all.