At this point I hope that you read the Carb Cycling Set Up And Carb Cycling Manipulation articles. They lay the foundation for how you can use carb cycling to build muscle and burn fat while taking your physique to a new level.
So you’re not just dieting, you’re training too. What’s the most effective way to plan your training and carb cycling to achieve maximum results? Adjust your carb cycling to your training, not the other way around. The more demanding activity comes first and that’s weight training.
In reality, there’s close to a hundred different layouts for training and carb cycling that you can use so it wouldn’t be worth it to both of us for me to lay out every single one. I’ll share with you my recommendations though as I’ve never put them into print before this time.
#1: Put your heaviest, hardest and highest volume training days when you have high carbs.
#2 Put those heavy, hard and high volume days right after a low carb day. That way you’ll be able to store more nutrients in your muscle cells as opposed to fat cell.s
#3: Take off days from the gym or do cardio on your no carb days.
#4: If your main goal is fat loss, keep your training volume to 6-9 sets per body part and only hit each muscle once per seven day training cycle.
Day 1: Chest and Triceps
Day 2: Back and Biceps
Day 3:Quads, Hams, and Calves
Day 4:Shoulders, Traps, and Forearms
You do not have to do these 4 days in a row. Spread them out over 7 days based on your lifestyle.
Here’s how I suggest that you cycle your carb days.
Before day 1: No carb
Day 1: High carb
Day 2: Low carb
Day 3: No carb
Day 4:High Carb
Day 5: Low Carb
Day 6: Repeat the start of the cycle.
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