07-21-2004, 09:19 PM #1
Post crash diet, diet. Suggestions wanted.
Been trying to come up with something for when my current crash diet ends next week.
Here's what I have so far.
Morning cardio is 60 minutes.
POST cardio meal, approximately 7am.
2 english muffins with two tablespoons natty peanut butter
6 hard boiled egg whites
Meal 2 aprox. 9:30am
8oz lean roast beef (deli)
2 scoops EAS Precision Pro (40g protien)
2 table spoons FLAX oil
Meal 3 aprox 11:30am
1 8oz Yellowfin Tuna steak
1 cup oatmeal
Meal 4 aprox 2pm
I large can Tunafish w/ 3 tablespoons Miracle whip
Meal 5 aprox 4:30
Some kind of fish steaks.
6 stalks asparagus
.5 cup brown rice
Meal 6 (Pre Workout) 7:30
1 english muffin plain
2 scoop EAS Whey
Workout followed by 30 minutes on the treadmill
3 scoops EAS Precision Pro
*Sorry I haven't done the breakdown of everything. Really a rough draft before I start counting everything up.
Xenadrine NRG (Using that now and am very happy)
Twinlab Amino Fuel
One Source multi-vitamin
07-21-2004, 09:35 PM #2
Originally Posted by StevePJC
OVERALL, I THINK YOU HAVE TOO MANY CARB MEALS. REPLACE A COUPLE OF THEM WITH PRO/FAT MEALS.
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Your a patient man Bad_Man, kudos to you! The other thread had people saying to "read the sticky" so many times, you'd think the outline would be impeccable. I thought the carb thing was hammered home in that thread, guess not.
Peanut butter and english muffins after cardio sounds like part of a cheat meal, .
07-21-2004, 11:55 PM #4
Ah my thinking with the muffin and p'nut butter was since it was after a workout it would give me some carbs.
With this diet I'm not looking to cut or bulk. Just trying to get some consistency to be able to go either way.
07-22-2004, 12:52 AM #5
Consistency in your diet is definatly what you need if you want to achieve your goals. Follow the outline of the cutting sticky then ajust the calories of each meal to your specific needs, you souldnt be thinking about bulking at this time if you have high bf% . Search on the forums for other users who have had result and try to get ideas from them
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