Also, while I'm on the subject, those of you that maintain a low body fat year-round - what does your nutrition generally look like? Personally, at 150lbs, I tend to eat around 50-70g fat, 130-150g protein, 80-300g carbs(depending on how much exercise is involved).
I don't count my macros so I've really not much idea of what I'm eating. I just like the concept of eating when I am hungry and making sure I am constantly consuming high quality, clean calories. Emphasising plant based foods, fruits & veges obviously, lentils, quinoa, legumes, TVP, refried beans, nuts, sushi avocados... they wuold probably be my staples.
I'm pretty low bodyfat, normally around 6-8% without trying and I weigh about 140lb. I have no issues adding muscle but I struggle more to add overall size and bulk. The reason for that though is clearly that I simply don't consume enough overall calories; until my strength starts to suffer though that isn't a concern to me.