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VOLUME THREETHE FINAL SHOWTIME CUT DIET YOU’LL EVER NEED!By Chuck Rudolph, MEd, RDWithMarc Lobliner, Derek Charleboisand Layne Norton, BS BiochemistryForeword by: Douglas Kalman PhD(c), RD, FACN

GAME OVERThe Final Showtime Cut Diet You’ll Ever Need!Volume 3By Chuck Rudolph, MEd, RDWithMarc Lobliner, Derek Charleboisand Layne Norton, BS BiochemistryForeword by: Doug Kalman, PhD(c), RD FACN

W W W . S C I V A T I O N . C O MW W W . C U T D I E T . C O MW W W . D I E T S B Y C H U C K . C O M Copyright 2006-2007 Scivation, Inc. All rights reserved. No duplication or reproduction of “GameOver—The Final Showtime Cut Diet You’ll Ever Need” is allowed in any form without written permission from Scivation, Inc. The opinions expressed are not necessarily the opinions of Scivation,Inc. No claim or opinion in this guide is intended to be , nor should be construed to be, medicaladvice. Please consult with a healthcare professional before starting any diet or exercise program.The food and drug administration has not evaluated any of the claims made in this book. The information or products mentioned in this book are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or preventany disease. The respective authors of the book and Scivation, Inc. make no representations aboutthe suitability of the information contained in this guide for any purpose. The entire risk arisingout of the use of its contents remains with the recipient. In no event shall the respective authorsof this book and or Scivation, Inc. be liable for any direct, consequential, incidental, special, punitive or other damages whatsoever. By reading and following the principles in this guide, youacknowledge that you have read, understand and agree to be bound by these terms and conditions.

ForewordDouglas Kalman PhD(c), RD, FACNWe all want it, yes, many people in fact envy others that haveit – can you guess what I am alluding to? That’s right, a fit body thatis muscular, ripped and looks the part of a physique competitor. It isnot that easy to just get in shape and look the part of a Men’s healthcover model or even a body builder as featured in such great magazines as Muscular Development or Natural Body Building. However,there are sure-fire ways to make your genetics and lifestyle work foryou.If you decided to join a gym because you were first inspired bythe physiques of Arnold, Ronnie Coleman, Milos Sarcev or variousNFL players, than you are just like thousands of other people. Haveyou ever wondered what might be the difference between a body likeKevin Levrone’s and Steven Seagal’s? Besides genetics, there aretwo other factors – actually knowing what you do inside a gym andunderstanding how to fuel the fire of fat burning via smart eating.In other words, using the principles of the Cut Diet can lead you to amore toned, more fit and healthier appearance than if you just wentto the gym and followed the general advice given to all trainers. Youknow what I am talking about, “eat many small meals per day”, “youmust

advice is actually sound or good and this is EXACTLY where the CutDiet and the core principles taught by “The Ripper” come into play.If you are looking to sure up your physique, if you are lookingto make that last leap from gym effort to fully looking the part, orif you are looking for physique improvement for your next contest,look no further, this book contains the Cut Diet principles to helpyou achieve your goals. There is nothing like this book currently outthere and thankfully, after years of Chuck Rudolph helping countless clients achieve more, so can you. As a fellow sports nutritionist, Iembrace and enjoy Chuck’s teachings – so should you. So, enjoy thisbook and let’s all stay “cut” and a step ahead of the others!Sincerely,Douglas S. Kalman PhD(c), RD, FACNAdjunct ProfessorNew York Chiropractic Collegewww.nycc.eduCo-founderThe International Society of Sports Nutritionwww.theissn.org

"The Body Is Not A Textbook."

Table of ContentsChapter 1: Building Your Best Body EfficientlyChapter 2: The Three Corners of the Results Pyramid:Diet, Training and SupplementationChapter 3: Cut Diet PrinciplesChapter 4: Striation Training System (STS)Chapter 5: Essential Cut Diet SupplementationChapter 6: The Cut DietChapter 7: Dialing it in for The Big Day—Chuck Rudolph Reveals His Secret Technique

1ChapterBuilding Your Best Body EfficientlyHow I Found the Cut DietI was a division-one college baseball player (“D-1”) andwhat most would consider a top-level athlete. When I injured myelbow, I was a mess. I was living the easy life; drinking beer,eating fast food, and was quickly becoming, for lack of betterterms, a fat mess. I knew this had to change because my familyhad a history of high blood pressure and diabetes. To get backinto playing shape and rehab my elbow, I knew something had tobe done.I started to research nutrition thinking this could help meget back into playing shape in six months. At that time, I wasdoing volunteer work at a renal care center (a center for peoplewith kidney disease) and a center for diabetics. All of this wasvolunteer work required on my resume to apply for Medical School.This is where the most fundamental part of how to diet became

clear to me. There was a dietitian there who put patients on ameal plan with five to six meals per day. Some of these patientson insulin (Type I Diabetic) as well as not on insulin (Type II)were very lean and were obtaining these results with no exercise.Within 6-10 weeks, patients with controlled insulin levels wouldreduce their body fat percentage and lose very little muscle massor no muscle mass at all. I was amazed at these results. I thought,“What if I could eat this way and get back into shape?” I did justthat. Then the thought occurred, “What if this response to balancing insulin levels via proper food intake could be duplicated inall healthy populations, athletes, exercise enthusiasts, and evenbodybuilders?”By eating small, frequent meals that are low in starchycarbohydrates and high in healthy fats and lean protein, youcreate adequate insulin release. By eating infrequent mealswith high carbohydrates and loaded with calories, you cause adrastic insulin spike that results in excessive bodyfat storage andan insulin crash that halts fat loss. The goal is to balance insulinthroughout the day and provide frequent, smaller meals to keepyour metabolism revving because your body is like a furnace—ifyou don’t keep coal in it, it will stop burning.At Scivation, we believe in high lean protein (2.0-3.2g/kgbody weight), high healthy fats and low glycemic carbohydrates(mostly fibrous ones) with timed carbohydrate loads to keepyour thyroid happy. The problem with eating all low carbohydrate all the time is that your thyroid responds to not only total8 Game Over

calories, but also carbohydrates. When there are no or very lowcarbohydrates in the diet for too long of a period, the thyroidsenses that the body is starving or dying and its natural responseis to slow down your metabolic rate to preserve bodymass. Notonly do the carbohydrate loads replenish glycogen to the muscle,they also keep your thyroid cranking and burning all day long.When you eat fat with any meal, especially a mealcontaining carbohydrates, it will reduce the bolus size entryinto the small intestine signaling the pancreas to release anappropriate insulin concentration, not a major spike caused bycarbohydrates and protein.As trainers to many top athletes and physique competitors, we know what it takes to get someone ready for a show or acompetition. The problem is that this method has only beenavailable for the top-level bodybuilders and athletes that weconsult with, until now.If you’re ready to make a change for the better and find outmy proven strategies for gaining lean muscle and losing fat, readon. This just may be the book you have been waiting for Building Your Best Body Efficiently 9

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2ChapterThe Three Corners of the Results Pyramid:Diet, Training and SupplementationThe Most Important Component—SynergyWe have all heard it before, “Diet is the most importantthing.” From our experience, this is partially correct. You can do alot with diet, but without adequate training with both resistanceand with cardiovascular training, you will be undermining yourresults. If you add in proven, effectively dosed supplementation,you’ll be amazed at what these three components can do for you.The Big Hoax“Lose 10 pounds in two weeks!” “Eat what you want andstill lose weight!” We have all heard these promises, but yet over60% of Americans are obese or overweight. What gives? Theanswer is that we’ve been lied to. As consumers and physique

enthusiasts, we are always looking for the next big thing and hoping for the magic pill. Unfortunately, there is no magic pill. Yes,we believe in supplements and advocate their use. But for optimalresults, the other two corners cannot be ignored!12 Game Over

3ChapterCut Diet PrinciplesThe History and Failure of Fad DietsLow Carbohydrate, Low Fat, The Grapefruit Diet, TheLiquid Diet. Heck there are so many fad diets that have come andgone over the years that we have lost count. The one thing theyall have in common is one word, “Fad”. These diets all come andgo fast. However, people seem to lose weight on these diets. Thenwhy do they fail?Diet is about calories in and calories out first andforemost with macronutrient manipulation secondary. One thing weemphasize is controlling insulin. How do we do this? We keepprotein and fat high with carbohydrates coming mainly from lowglycemic index (GI) and fibrous sources. On the Cut Diet, everythird day, we have a low GI carbohydrate and good fat refeedmeal with no protein. A refeed is an influx of carbohydrates andoverall calories above what you normally consume. This consistsof the following and must be eaten in the following order:Cut Diet Principles 13

1. Fibrous Vegetables (green beans, broccoli, spinach orasparagus) are eaten first to fill the stomach with fiber toreducetransittimeofthecarbohydratescoming you are about to consume.2. Next, we consume a higher fiber complex carbohydrate,like oatmeal, along with raisins and honey (alkalinefoods), and almonds as the fat source.3. The final portion of the refeed is sweet potato (low GI,but easily digested and absorbed) and either almonds orpeanut/almond butter. You might be thinking, “A carbohydrate and fat refeed meal? Are these guys crazy?”As stated before, the problem with low carbohydrate dietsis the fact that your thyroid does not operate optimally on reducedcalories, let alone carbohydrates. This got us thinking, “What isthe best way to infuse carbohydrates into the diet without spikinginsulin too much and stalling fat loss?” Then it hit us Never Combine Carbohydrates and ProteinThe fact of the matter is, by utilizing this approach, theinsulin spike is dramatically minimized and the carbohydrateswill do what we want them to do, refill glycogen stores andsupport healthy thyroid function. When you combine fat andcarbohydrates, the fat slows down the bolus entry into the smallintestine, reducing transit time while providing an appropriate14 Game Over

insulin response. When you combine protein and carbohydrates,it sends insulin skyrocketing and can lead to the last thing youwant when dieting, fat storage!We like to refeed with starchy, nutrient-dense carbohydrates and good fats with no protein every third day depending oncaloric intake. This all depends on the bodytype of the individual.In our experience, 85-90% of our clients see great results withthis tactic. The reason for this is to get the body in a fat-burningstate but not allow it to think it is starving. One problem we havewith the low-carbohydrate phase is that a person’s metabolic rate(especially thyroid) functions off of calories and carbohydrates. Ifyou cut out carbohydrates all the way, the body begins to sensea state of starvation. This will slow down the metabolic rate aswell as thyroid production and you then hit the wall, or a stickingpoint. What we like to do is incorporate good carbohydrates withgood fats because it slows down digestion and supports healthyinsulin output so there is optimal metabolism along with healthycalories and protein to preserve muscle tissue. Let’s face it;muscle preservation is the key to fat burning. If we have aperson that begins at 185 pounds and is 19-20% bodyfat and after12-16 weeks is 165 pounds and at 15% bodyfat, then we are nottoo happy with the results. On the other hand, if that same personis 180 pounds at the end of 12-16 weeks and is 10-11% bodyfat,then we have succeeded.Cut Diet Principles 15

Good FatsFat STORED ENERGY.“Good Fats” AKA EFAs (Essential Fatty Acids) aremono- (MUFA) and polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA). They are"essential" because our body does not manufacture them, and theymust be obtained through our diet on a daily basis for optimalhealth and well-being. All fats have the same amount of calories,but their chemical compositions vary. Fats are made of chains ofcarbon and hydrogen atoms. The saturation refers to whether allthe available positions on the carbon atoms are bonded to hydrogen atoms, or if there are any hydrogen atoms missing. The two“GOOD FATS” are:1. Monounsaturated FatsThese fats have one position missing a hydrogen atom,instead containing a double bond between carbon atoms. Monounsaturated fat is found in oils such as canola, olive, and peanutas well as most nuts and nut butters. This type of fat does notcause a rise in total cholesterol. In fact, science has indicated thatindividuals who substitute monounsaturated fat for saturated fatin their diet, actually shows a reduction in the bad cholesterol,and protects the good cholesterol (HDL) from decreasing.16 Game Over

2. Polyunsaturated FatsThese fats have more than one position missing in thecarbon chain, and contain more than one double bond as a result.Two major categories of polyunsatu