I've seen it quite a few times where competitors adjust calories on a rest day, typically bumping up fats and decreasing carbs, with protein remaining the same.However, after listening to Broderick Chavez on a couple Revive Stronger podcasts, he strongly refutes the idea of doing this and even goes as far to say it's detrimental to the overall picture. Links:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbutiVOebrohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQaHTdnNB2oSo a few questions to those who practice this approach. First off, what is your reasoning for setting up your macros differently on a rest day? How would you refute what Broderick has to say? Thanks.