Hey guys, just had some questions on how to train while cutting and going to share what I've been doing so far and how its been working.... This is all natural training btw, not on anything currently... Ok so currently I'm in a 500 calories deficit, 4 weeks in. I do cardio in the morning, fasted, maybe 2 times a week. My workouts usually consists of heavy compound movements usually in the 3-6 reps range followed by some light stair-stepper cardio afterwards. I'm lifting heavy in a low rep range to preserve the muscle mass I currently have... I guess my question is how much of this should I be doing?? How many sets of exercises/how many exercises will suffice? For example...today I have chest and arms...so my workout would look like this..... Bench press 5 sets of 3-5 controlled reps. Incline Dumbbell press 3 sets of 5 reps Cable curls 3 sets 5-8reps Hammer curls 2 sets 5-8 reps Dips 3 sets 5-8 reps Overhead cable extension 2 sets 5-8reps Followed by low intensity step mill burning 150-200 cals. The main reason I ask about the lifting technique used is I feel as if I could be doing too much or too little which may hinder my results in some way. Currently lifting 5 days a week with those other 2 days being fasted cardio days... So far I've seen quite a significant change in my body, being that I seem to be losing fat while retaining most of my muscle mass...only noticeable muscle loss has been in my arms Each week I've been adjusting my calories/macros to the new body weight. This week will be 236g Protein 85g Fat 71g Carbs-mostly consumed before/after my workouts not counting fasting days.