I've been going to gym for about 3-4 month now. In my diet I tried to eat 2g of protein per 1kg of body mass, ~0.5g of fat per 1kg of body mass, and keep my calories intake >= calories burned overall. I gained some mass (both muscle and fat presumably).
The training program was mainly 4 sets of 8-12 reps, with following exercises(3 days a week):
1) bench press, incline bench press, crossover chest, pec machine, dumbbell shoulder raises, barbell shoulder raises, biceps curls 2) wide grip pull-ups, bent over barbell row, wide grip lat pull down, seated machine row, seated cable row, dips (triceps version), cable rope overhead triceps, one arm dumbbell triceps 3) barbell squat, leg press, seated leg curl, lying leg curls, calves raises, various abs exercises
I increased weights somewhere about when I could do 4х10 with current weights.
Now I'm going to go for caloric deficit (~300-500kcal) (with same 2g of protein and ~0.5g of fat per 1kg of body mass, but less carbs) to reduce body fat and keep as much strength and volume as possible. How should I approach my workout routine in this period? I suppose adding weight is not a good idea on caloric deficit? (I do realize my routine was not ideal from the start)