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    Cycling has become my new hobby, how should I adjust training/nutrition plan?

    Hello everyone,
    A couple months ago I took up mountain biking mainly to reduce stress and replace my drug/alcohol habits... Which has been a total success I am happy to say..
    I do it at at least 5 days a week for 1-2hrs. 15-25miles.
    And if I start to get a bad-habit-craving I jump on that bike and burn it out of me..

    So now I have been looking to take things to the next level...Join a gym and get on a strength training plan.

    I signed up to Bodyfit and have been considering the Modern Physique plan by Steve Cook. (though I'm not opposed to any other)
    My intention was to follow it very closely nutrition and all.

    However I notice with this plan and pretty much all others... they require rest days and the nutrition plan that are tailored for a certain amount of physical activity....

    How should I adjust my nutrition and training plan to incorporate my regular amount of bicycling?


    I am 30yo 5'11 180lb. If that helps.
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    Get on a proven beginner routine like Fierce 5, the main BB routines are mostly junk. Also do not use their nutrition plans, which are also often junk, and mostly to sell you supplements you do not need. Read up on nutrition and your personal needs and design a plan to suit your preferences.

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    So It is very simple. If you want to gain muscle, add more calories to your diet.

    If you want to lose fat, just reduce your calories intake.

    The activities you do are not a problem if you are eating the right amount of calories.

    What are your current goals at the gym? (I mean: gaining weight, reduce body fat, improving strength...).
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