I Tried Intermittent Fasting & Training Like a Vegan Body Builder for a Month!

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In this video, I go through my experience of trying Intermittent fasting for a MONTH and also trying to train/eat like a vegan body builder. I didn’t really know what I was doing (as usual) but I go through some of the little changes I made. If you have any tips on training like a BODY BUILDER (female lol), do let me know cause I don’t know what I’m doing !

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7 thoughts on “I Tried Intermittent Fasting & Training Like a Vegan Body Builder for a Month!

  1. Protein should be based on weight or lean body mass, not % of calories (if you continue to track or do in the future).

  2. Ok I’m starting my fitness journey tomorrow.
    I admire the way you eat, I’m trying to get there…to eat veggies etc.

  3. Certified Personal Trainer & Powerlifter (& vegan!) here- love the video! Check out VeganProteins YouTube- they have great videos. Pretty sure they have one on why % macro splits aren’t great. Definitely wouldn’t recommend % based macro splits. As for protein amounts: .8 – 1 gram per pound of body weight is plenty for the goal of building muscle! 100 grams seems like a good goal. Good luck on your journey!

  4. Rose, I think you look spectacular. I am about 75 -85 lbs overweight. Your body looks healthy athletic to me. I can’t wait until I get there. It will be a long journey, but I hope to get there. Love your humor and being honest with your journey. Thanks!

  5. I am no body builder, but for someone who’s wondering the same thing (are body builders just different? Do they eat different? How are they so toned and how did they gain so much muscles?), I’ve done some research on this. Bodybuilders go through cutting phase and bulking phase. Some do body re-composition which is gaining muscles and losing fat, but it’s known to be much harder than doing cutting and bulking separately.

    If you are anywhere above 20% body fat, it would be really hard to see muscles. Unless you have massive muscles already, one should start from cutting if you are over 20% body fat.Male body builders shoot for 8-10%. In the cutting phase, it will help if you do intermittent fasting. This reduces your insulin sensitivity. But in the end you need to have a calorie deficit – meaning you need to spend more calories than you’re eating. One should shoot for something that’s at least over BMR so that you don’t lose muscle in the cutting phase.

    If you are already underweight or under 20% body fat, then you start the bulking phase. In order for muscles to grow, you need extra calories/ protein for your muscles to grow. This is very hard to do when you are at calorie deficit as the little calorie you have is being spent on keeping you alive. So when bulking, you need to eat more and need to do progressive loading resistance program to increase the muscle mass.

    So a person’s gotta ask themselves. Do I want to cut first or bulk first? What’s your fitness goal? (strength, endurance, lean look, muscular look) All of these would impact your strategy. 🙂 You look great and hope this helps!

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