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    Looking to cut and lean out, 5 months goal

    Morning all, just joined this forum, I'm currently 13 stone 9 pounds, that isn't all muscle, lot of body fat, I started working out again, lifting weights and some cardio three weeks ago, I am on a low calorie, high protein shake with creatine at moment. I am looking to get down to a low body fat so I can bulk healthier.

    My diet is solid now, I'm having all your cliche, chicken, ground beef, salmon, veg, eggs etc, no bad sugars or fats but I feel like I need an actual program and advice to maximise my results.

    I have 0 idea how to attach a photo here to give you an idea of my physique.

    If anyone could guide me to a direction of actually maximising results I would be grateful.

    I'd like to lose a stone by say June or July if that's possible.

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    Programs we recommend are in the sticky threads.

    Diet is going to be key, you need to start counting calories and protein grams (as a minimum). Something like myfitnesspal can help you with this.

    To reach your target you need to be losing about 1lb a week which is certainly doable if you never take your foot off the pedal. This means a daily calorie deficit of 500 calories.

    I would start with about 2200 calories and run that for 2 weeks and see what your weight changes were. Weigh in and record every morning.
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    Originally Posted by SuffolkPunch View Post
    Programs we recommend are in the sticky threads.

    Diet is going to be key, you need to start counting calories and protein grams (as a minimum). Something like myfitnesspal can help you with this.

    To reach your target you need to be losing about 1lb a week which is certainly doable if you never take your foot off the pedal. This means a daily calorie deficit of 500 calories.

    I would start with about 2200 calories and run that for 2 weeks and see what your weight changes were. Weigh in and record every morning.
    I've been doing 2100 for two weeks and I've stayed around the same, every morning I'm about 1 or 2 pound lighter, some days I'm on the same weight so I feel I need to follow the diet more than I have done.

    I am drinking protein shakes for breakfast and having two solid medals.
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    Double check all portion sizes and count everything you consume including drinks and supplements because they can add up. If you're guessing then you will subconsciously underestimate - appetite does this to us. Expect to feel hungry...
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    Originally Posted by SuffolkPunch View Post
    Double check all portion sizes and count everything you consume including drinks and supplements because they can add up. If you're guessing then you will subconsciously underestimate - appetite does this to us. Expect to feel hungry...
    I drink 3 litres of water a day only.

    Would creatine stop the weight loss because of the added water weight?
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    Originally Posted by Cammg95 View Post
    I drink 3 litres of water a day only.

    Would creatine stop the weight loss because of the added water weight?
    It could but only in the first week or so.
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