Dr. Intensity that is what Dave said,but I personally would come off slowly adding carbs at appropriate times so the carbs work for energy as intended,Starting with carbs at breakfast and preworkout to begin(ala chris aceto) and fill them in if needed more from there.
offcourse, that would be something.. i would have been doing too.. and usually the carbs at these timing the one you mentioned--just gets the job done--if dietary "healthy-fats" needs are being satisfied, atleast i dont have any trouble with muscle gains.
now if we try to be extra care-ful, by eating by target body weight--then how much would be the difference in Dietary Intake Protien in grams--assuming a 200lbs guy--eats like a 225lbs guy(Maximized eating).
200lbs guy---> 300gr--->carbs/fats-->same degree increment
225lbs guy---> 338gr
overall 350-400 calorie difference in the diet.(200lbs to -225lbs)
a 225lbs guy running around for 38grams--more--to be 250--these
Calculations don`t mean much--to a Darrem Charles (225lbs) or Dorian Yates(250+) ate 450 grams of Protien/and when he tried eating 600+ did not find anything better-than being on 450-grams.
Thats all we can do off-season diet wise--what else can we maximize on?
pls-correct me where-ever i am wrong-i read Chris Aceto`s book championship bodybuilding some 3-4 years back where he mentioned,
1. Post workout (being the biggest carbohydrate meal)
2. meal 1- being the 2nd biggest carbohydrate meal
after the base line diet is set up-carbohydrate-amount increased by-35%(his optimal range being 25-50%) will make the person start-
however, the degree of the anabolic push-->carbs---> is not very severe incase of an AAS using Bodybuilder. I remeber this part because he did not explain the--overall physiological changes of an AAS using B-Builder. (He completed the statement by---overall biochemistry is changed.(Here the real-catch-22/situation-solution..
lol)---(i remember it because i tried looking for it in the book that time-lo justl could not find it...)