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    I have been dieting for around 9 or 10 weeks. I weigh and count all calories, carbs/pros/fats, and pretty much have kept a diet which is pretty much the same daily.
    The last 2 weeks I have noticed After my skipload I am holding more weight than before and by the time the next skipload comes along I am slightly heavier, I have been more strict on cv as late, and I cannot think why this would be, I even have dropped my calories from 2800 to 2700 in the last few weeks.

    Could it be having to much fat intake on my skipload days? Could it be from the kre alkalyn? I have been taking kre alkalyn for about 4 weeks now.
    I doubt it is muscle gain.
    Please follow my journal... http://www.intensemuscle.com/showthread.php?t=46381
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    320 kg deadlift/160 kg bench press/280 kg squat
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  • #2
    I'm not an expert on Skip Loading. I only know what I've read and watched from Skip's video, but no one is going to be able to answer this properly without seeing your stats (weight, bf, etc). That might help.

    Again, I'm not an expert, but my guess is that this has something to do with your diet during the week. Remember calories in versus calories out. If you are taking in too many calories during week the Skip load is only going to add to that. If you hit 2700x6 days and your Skip load get's up to 6000 calories then you will be averaging over 3100 calories. Just something to keep in mind.
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    • #3
      If you are gaining at the end of the week and not baselining, it is likely your load was too big, OR, that your daiuly calories need to be dropped....I am unsure how Skip determines this though. How would we know if you got too much fat in your load when we don't know what you've eaten? lol. I don't think most times it's the fat in the load, rather just too long a load window....so....and you really should wait for an answer from Skip, if he so wishes to give you one...

      How long was your load?

      What types of food and quantity did you eat?

      Did you GORGE yourself, or just eat until full or satisfied?

      How about after your load, did you eat pro/fat meals till bed?

      How is your weekly diet?

      What is your weekly cardio?....etc, etc, etc....lol
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      • #4
        very good way to put it into perspective with average cals.

        Thing is I I am 5'7, I started around 190, I think it was close to 194, im now down to 178, my lowest weight tho was 176, but im 3 days away from my next skipload so will prob drop a bit more in weight from 178.
        Its only these last couple weeks I havent been losing, even though I have upped cardio to 25 mins instead of 20, I have also included 2 more exercises a week (totalling 6 sets) so I am a bit confused.
        I have dropped down from 2800 cals to 2700, but kept carbs the same at 150 a day.
        Im really not sure of my bodyfat, I think I was around 23% and I would say Im around 16% now just from the mirror. My arms have stayed the same size from measurements, and i have kept all my strength.
        I dont want to up cardio, I dont think that would help with keeping muscle.
        Please follow my journal... http://www.intensemuscle.com/showthread.php?t=46381
        LIFT HARD OR GO HOME
        TARGET LIFTS....
        320 kg deadlift/160 kg bench press/280 kg squat
        yeahHHHHH BUDDYY!! LIGHT WEIGHT YEP YEP YEP!!
        AINT NUTTIN BUT A PEANUT brrrrrrrrrr

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        • #5
          My skipload was 6 hours, eating 3 times, and I have to say it did feel like I was eating till i felt ill. But I was doing this from the start of my cut and it was working. After my skipload I ate pro/fat meals till end of the day.

          A very typical diet would be this...

          Non training day

          5 eggs (3 whites, 2 whole)

          Pro shake with 60 grams oats

          200grams chicken breast, 50 grams (dried weight) rice, tbspn evoo

          pro shake with 60 grams oats

          Tin of tuna, 50 grams rice, and evoo tpsn

          3 eggs whole

          Pro shake tbspn evoo

          6 egg whites

          Training day

          2 eca tabs
          5 eggs (2 whole, 3 whites)

          TRAIN

          Pro shake with 56 grams natural honey

          200 grams chicken breast, 50 grams rice, tbspn evoo

          Pro shake, 50 grams oats,

          tin of tuna, 50 grams rice, tbspn evoo

          3 eggs

          Pro shake tbspn evoo

          6 egg whites
          Please follow my journal... http://www.intensemuscle.com/showthread.php?t=46381
          LIFT HARD OR GO HOME
          TARGET LIFTS....
          320 kg deadlift/160 kg bench press/280 kg squat
          yeahHHHHH BUDDYY!! LIGHT WEIGHT YEP YEP YEP!!
          AINT NUTTIN BUT A PEANUT brrrrrrrrrr

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          • #6
            How much water are you drinking each day including refeed day?
            Heckman aka "WISE" OLD MAN

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            • #7
              Once again, I'd wait for Skip or someone with more knowledge, but in general I start out with 15 calories per lb to lose weight. That's where you are, but you are also doing a Skip load so you are above that number on average for the week. With that in mind you might need to cut calories down to 12-13 calories per lb. Again just a guess. Skip is the man and if you really want to do this right I would look into hiring him if he has the room.

              *By the way, I'm not sure why you thought a 100 calorie drop and 5 minutes extra of cardio was going to make that big of difference. Maybe I'm missing something.
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              2011 Northern Kentucky 4th place
              2012 Kentucky Grand Prix 1st place
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              • #8
                I do drink a lot of water, I never keep track, but I go for a piss a lot and My urine is pretty much always clear.
                Please follow my journal... http://www.intensemuscle.com/showthread.php?t=46381
                LIFT HARD OR GO HOME
                TARGET LIFTS....
                320 kg deadlift/160 kg bench press/280 kg squat
                yeahHHHHH BUDDYY!! LIGHT WEIGHT YEP YEP YEP!!
                AINT NUTTIN BUT A PEANUT brrrrrrrrrr

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                • #9
                  I didnt think 5 more mins and a 100 cal drop would make a difference, my point was i was losing weight, and then when i dropped 100 cals and 5 more mins cardioi was gaining, the drop in cals and increase in cardio, however slight the drop is, it doesnt make sense to start gaining tho does it?
                  Last edited by jameswarren1984; 04-24-2012, 10:31 AM.
                  Please follow my journal... http://www.intensemuscle.com/showthread.php?t=46381
                  LIFT HARD OR GO HOME
                  TARGET LIFTS....
                  320 kg deadlift/160 kg bench press/280 kg squat
                  yeahHHHHH BUDDYY!! LIGHT WEIGHT YEP YEP YEP!!
                  AINT NUTTIN BUT A PEANUT brrrrrrrrrr

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                  • #10
                    Oh excuse me for asking a question about your water intake, since you should really wait for someone with more knowledge...good grief..
                    Heckman aka "WISE" OLD MAN

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                    • #11
                      Heckman what are you going on about? I am confused as to your response?!
                      Please follow my journal... http://www.intensemuscle.com/showthread.php?t=46381
                      LIFT HARD OR GO HOME
                      TARGET LIFTS....
                      320 kg deadlift/160 kg bench press/280 kg squat
                      yeahHHHHH BUDDYY!! LIGHT WEIGHT YEP YEP YEP!!
                      AINT NUTTIN BUT A PEANUT brrrrrrrrrr

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                      • #12
                        Just an observation on my part, not advice.

                        1. Where is the fiber in your diet?
                        2. You may have to consider increasing the cardio to 40 mins 3X week or maybe even 4X week
                        3. Eat till full on skipload NOT sick

                        Food for thought...
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                        • #13
                          I thought oats had fiber, and also rice? I also eat salad such as rocket etc is that also not fiber?
                          Please follow my journal... http://www.intensemuscle.com/showthread.php?t=46381
                          LIFT HARD OR GO HOME
                          TARGET LIFTS....
                          320 kg deadlift/160 kg bench press/280 kg squat
                          yeahHHHHH BUDDYY!! LIGHT WEIGHT YEP YEP YEP!!
                          AINT NUTTIN BUT A PEANUT brrrrrrrrrr

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by jameswarren1984 View Post
                            I thought oats had fiber, and also rice? I also eat salad such as rocket etc is that also not fiber?
                            you da man :pizza:
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                            • #15
                              ok?!
                              Please follow my journal... http://www.intensemuscle.com/showthread.php?t=46381
                              LIFT HARD OR GO HOME
                              TARGET LIFTS....
                              320 kg deadlift/160 kg bench press/280 kg squat
                              yeahHHHHH BUDDYY!! LIGHT WEIGHT YEP YEP YEP!!
                              AINT NUTTIN BUT A PEANUT brrrrrrrrrr

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