That's what I thought given you say you're eating that many calories. I don't know how much volume you're doing but you are spending too much time in the gym. Here's your possible problems: 1 you've maxed your genetic potential. 2) you are giving yourself enough recovery time between workouts. I'm leaning to #2.
Thanks everyone and to answer some questions:
Yes, I am weight training. Heavy lifts, compounds for the most part, 3-4 days per week.
As your muscles become bigger and stronger you are able to tax your metabolism far more heavily. Consequently, it's going to take you more time to recover between your workouts. That's why (or at least one reason) a beginning lifter seems to grow on most any workout but then they hit a plateau. In frustration they up the volume and frequency of their workouts but can't seem to break through that plateau.
Using myself as an example: All through my 20s and 30s I struggled to get above a 300lb bench. But when I was 47 years old I was doing 365lb bench pressing and warming up with 300lb. What changed? Even though I was doing a short HIT style workout I had in my mind that a person needed to lift the same body part at least twice per week or deconditioning would negate any progress. In my late 40s I didn't care anymore and began to experiment with more rest between lifting sessions. I went to lifting only once per week per body part. A short HIT chest, shoulders, tries on Monday, legs on Wednesday, and back and bies on Friday.
A problem then set in: all those years of lifting too often and getting bouts over training gave me some arthritis in my shoulder joints and had to back off the heavy benching.
If I had to do it over, personally, I would focus more on muscle endurance and stamina at the sacrifice of maximum strength potential. Packing on bigger (cut) muscles and seeing the results is intoxicating....but it isn't very primal/paleolithic. You didn't give your height but 195 at under 10% bodyfat is on the upper end of an ideal primal build IMO. The modern bodybuilders, like Arnold and esp a Dorian Yates (excluding a Frank Zane) is a lousy hunter/gatherer build. Consequently, I don't think it's that great for long-term health.
Oh and btw, I think you could eat a couple 2 or 3 sweet potatoes after your workouts to replenish your glycogen.
Would I be putting a grain-feed cow on a fad diet if I took it out of the feedlot and put it on pasture eating the grass nature intended?