— DH Kiefer (@DHKiefer) November 11, 2014
This was what I saw in my Twitter feed. So of course I wondered what could he be talking about?
Volume of training?
He has mentioned a few times that if you’re working out you should cut back on workout volume.
Volume of food on the low carb days?
While he generally says to use your hunger as a guide, he has mentioned that if you aren’t seeing results then you may want to cut back on what you’re eating on the low carb days.
Volume of food/carbs on Carb Nite?
He’s also mentioned that if you aren’t seeing results you may need to cut back on carbs during the Carb Nite, OR even skip a Carb Nite here and there and just use Leucine to stimulate the needed insulin response without the carbs. Luckily, I wasn’t the only person that was confused:
@DHKiefer as in lifting volume?
— Stephen Williams (@swilliams921) November 11, 2014
To which Kiefer replies:
Which left me unsatisfied… so I try to sort it out a bit:
— bjjcaveman (@bjjcaveman) November 11, 2014
Still haven’t heard back… At this point I suspect he’s referring to food volume during the low carb portion of the week especially since he likes to tell the story about the dude who was chugging 10,000 calories/day of vegetable oil who was complaining that he wasn’t losing weight… and not realizing the amazing part was that he wasn’t weight.
I’ll be sure to update if he replies.