# Weight Loss Calculator For Bodybuilders : MACROS MADE EASY: How to Calculate Macros for a Successful Cut (Bodybuilding)

## Weight Loss Calculator For Bodybuilders Video

### Weight Loss Calculator For Bodybuilders

MACROS MADE EASY: How to Calculate Macros for a Successful Cut (Bodybuilding)

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1. Figure out how many calories you need each day. You can Google an online calculator or here is my video on it: https://youtu.be/UKIuW_-03wQ
2. Figure out protein. 1 gram per pound of bodyweight is a good place to start.
3. Calculate fat. 0.3g per pound of bodyweight. Multiply your current bodyweight by 0.3 to figure out your fat intake.
4. Multiply your protein intake by 4 and your fat grams by 9. Then add both numbers.
6. Divide number by 4 to figure out how many carbs per day.

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You can also use macro calculators like this one: http://iifym.com/iifym-calculator/

Protein = 1g per pound of body weight
Fat = .3g per pound of body weight
Carbs = remaining calories

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1. Richard Spencer says:

Legend. A very simple yet effective way of explaining.

2. J C says:

SO DO I STILL COUNT MY CALORIES OR DO I JUST GO WITH THE P,F,C GRAMS OR DO MY P,F,C NEED TO BE ON THE 2,583 THAT I NEED A DAY

3. Treyale 425 says:

Just weighed myself and I’m 201 pounds, must be my lucky day.

4. Jerome Terrell says:

Where did u get the 2,700 calorie number from?

5. JosiasDE says:

Soooo I have this scale that now at this point idek if it works 🙃 but I am a male age 18 and height is 5’7, and weight 137pds (That is what my scale says at least). I have 117lb of muscle mass. But I’m understanding that I need to be eating 1,849 calories to cut… I did try this for about two weeks with high training at the gym. But during my two weeks I was really hungry, like the never before type of hungry. I hardly could’ve sleep 😕 By the end of the two weeks, I noticed that I had look “smaller”… did I train too much? Or something? After this I went up to 2000 calories for two weeks again to mess around with it. My results were different? Hmm it’s hard to explain, but I was less tired, I was still “cutting” (I noticed) and I was getting bigger at the same time? Aha I’m not sure what was going on… idk if this method or any other method works due to people being different and having different activity levels. Sorry Idek what I’m trying to explain, and my aha my grammar and language WELP •~•

6. jack jill says:

Just got here from Athlean X, tryna charge me \$77 lol

7. Angelrulesss says:

To the point

Thanks

8. Jerome powell says:

HOW DID YOU GET 2700 In the first place?

9. Jack Kill says:

But how do we figure out how many calories we need

10. povolni says:

This video and your previous video on finding your bmr and caloric deficit helped a lot. Thanks man!

11. Chris Davis says: