So I've been low carb eating for 10 weeks to make 205 lb weight limit which I did last friday and fought on Saturday. After I had 1 day where I ate pizza some maki rolls and a little Ice cream. The morning of my fight, my coach asked me if I wanted to take another fight at a 225 catchweight on Nov. 6 which i agreed to. I think this is a good opportunity to make some strength gains in this time, since while I was losing the weight my lifts all kind of stayed where they were, didn't increase, but didn't really lose much strength and all bodyweight based movements like pullups, chins, pushups actually increased which I assumed was due to shedding 30 lbs. I lift 3 days a weeks based on Squat, Deadlift, Bench press with 3 or 4 assistance movements each day. My question is should I do a carb refeed day on my rest day every Sunday? Should I just keep eating low carb( by that I mean only carb sources are greens n nuts about 20- 30 g/day) This is where I get confused, Do I need the carb refeed to add a little muscle and make gains? Or will just getting in the calories for more fat/protein do the trick? I really love the way I feel eating so low carb, I love how I feel with this lower body fat percentage as far as my speed, mobility on the mat etc goes, but my strength does lack compared to other guys my size( 6"4, 210 lbs atm). I should also add I am very prone to store fat in the midsection, and always platuead weight loss around 225-230 before I tried low carb. The only thing I know about my opponent that he is an exceptionally strong wrestler with good g'n'p and that I will have a skill and striking advantage.