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    Week 14 of Cutting as a beginner.

    I’ve been counting macros and cutting for about 14 weeks now working the all pro routine.

    When I started I was roughly 215. Now I’m at 185 and strength/gains is still taking place (beginners magic I suppose).

    When I first started, I was approx 25% body fat. Now I’m around 16ish would be my guess.

    I’m dying to bulk, but my original plan was to cut to 12%. I’ve definitely lost weight and can actually see abs now when flexing and sucking in, but at rest my belly still sticks out some.

    Can I continue cutting to 12? Or should I bulk for 8-12 weeks and cut again to 12? I’m just getting bored I believe.

    What’s my best path? My ultimate goal is to be 13-15% and built. Right now, not built at all. Skinny arms and legs. Just have belly left. 31 years old, 6’00.
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    Continue to cut still if you're not losing strength. If you still have enough energy to do your workout then you're still fine cutting. It's when you start to plateu in strength is when you might possibly want to lean bulk depending on your goals.
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    Post a photo, its the only way we can give you the best advice possible.
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    Originally Posted by kag2020 View Post
    I’ve been counting macros and cutting for about 14 weeks now working the all pro routine.

    When I started I was roughly 215. Now I’m at 185 and strength/gains is still taking place (beginners magic I suppose).

    When I first started, I was approx 25% body fat. Now I’m around 16ish would be my guess.

    I’m dying to bulk, but my original plan was to cut to 12%. I’ve definitely lost weight and can actually see abs now when flexing and sucking in, but at rest my belly still sticks out some.

    Can I continue cutting to 12? Or should I bulk for 8-12 weeks and cut again to 12? I’m just getting bored I believe.

    What’s my best path? My ultimate goal is to be 13-15% and built. Right now, not built at all. Skinny arms and legs. Just have belly left. 31 years old, 6’00.
    Don't know what workout your doing, but I recommend you do 5x5 stronglifts. You can be on a surplus and gain muscle slowly, focusing on strength, and you won't get fat because the workouts are intense.
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