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If you’re relatively new to the pursuit of a leaner and stronger physique, you may be asking yourself: “Should I cut or bulk?”
Indeed, it’s a question I get a lot during clients’ initial consultations.
To start, let’s get our terms straight. A “cut” is a fat loss phase, focused on body fat reduction. A “bulk” is a muscle-building phase, focused on an increase in muscle mass.
So, which one should you do first?
My answer to these newbie clients is: Neither.
If you’ve never done a properly structured bulk or cut, you may not have the skills to get the most from either just yet. Imagine if your primary school teacher asked you to write a novel before you learnt the alphabet. Would you have been able to do it?
Yeah, I didn’t think so.
All aspects of training and nutrition require knowledge and skill, so you need practice.
That’s why, before you cut or bulk, you need the Kickstart Phase, an initial stage that I guide all of my newbie clients through in order to boost their future results.
In this article, I’ll take you through the answers to these questions:
Let’s kick things off with:
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