forexjpn wrote:Judging by what I've read from procharged, we basically eat and exercise the same way.....ie. High-protein, high good fats, low carbs, low fructose (as he says little fruit), along with Olympic movements to engage multiple muscle groups.
When restricting carbs for a long period of time, your body will start trying to compensate by storing fat in case of emergency situations where you might not have any food ( which basically never happens in modern day). In order to prevent this from happening you have to do a carb re-feed once in a while to restore leptin levels, this will allow your body to continue burning fat leading to a 'ripped MO'.
If Olympic movements are not your forte, try doing kettle bell swings or Tabata sprints. Tabata sprints can be done in less than five minutes time and they will melt the fat off your body very quickly...... but be warned they are very intense.
You got it.
Any heavy lifting exercises will work. Even Bodyweight movements.
You can make them extremely hard by doing one arm or one leg variations.
Basic premise of carb backloading is to shift all of them to the eve. preferably after an intense workout.
If It is just fat loss your after then its gonna be more strict and reboot only once every 7-10 days.