Notice the word "diet" is not in this title? While dieting in general helps control body fat and deliver tight lines, underdoing your nutrient intake will be counter-productive to muscle growth and strength development. Rather than diet, you need to eat properly. You need to control caloric intake so you do not add unwanted pounds but ensure you have the fuel needed to power through workouts and the materials needed to build solid muscle.
The most important thing to remember is this program is designed to build strength first and foremost. While we do attack the shape and size issues and want you to look your best, this food plan is based on building strength. To that end, your food choices should be high in all three macronutrients (fats, carbs, and proteins), and snacks and smaller meals should be the same, just smaller in portion size. You need to ensure you maximize your workout capacity by taking good pre- and post-workout supplements such as those provided in our super supplement stack. Don’t starve yourself or try some radical diet to get ripped. Remember, by increasing the size and thickness of your muscles, you will push your skin to its limits, making you look massive and ripped anyway.