How To Calculate Macros For Cutting And Bulking For Beginners!!

How to calculate macros, i.e. your daily calories and the breakdown of macronutrients is not as difficult as you might think! In addition, measuring your body fat is a great step for anyone on their journey of weight loss/weight gain. It allows you to set a precise timeline and calorie intake.

Macronutrient calculation is an important part of any diet! For people who start a diet in particular, whether your goal is gaining weight or losing weight.

Thus, we must learn how to calculate macros for bulking or cutting. In this video, I’ll show you step by step how to calculate macros for YOUR goals and YOUR body! The links mentioned in the video are below!

14 Day Rapid Fat Loss Macro-patterning Nutrition & Exercise System- Click Here

How to calculate macros- FREE Macro Worksheet Printable

Calculate your BMR- BMR Calculator

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