11-19-2004, 12:09 PM #1
have to get shredded in about 3 months!
ok i'm i'm 21, about 202-205lbs natural, with probably around 10-12% bodyfat now my natural metabolism is fairly high, now what i need is a diet that will help me keep as much of my muscle as possible because i am natural right now and i value my muscle alot more now then i did when i was juicing! here's a sample of what im thinking for a diet...
Lean Protein, medium size baked potato
Protein shake/Lean Protein (2 tbsp flax
Veggies, Lean Protein
PWO Nutrition- protein shake, approx. 90g of dextrose
Veggies, Lean Protein, medium size baked potato
Shake with Flax
now i know that whole protein food is prefered but i get my powders very cheap and would like to try and sub more powder in(the protein i use is Isolate protein so the absorbstion is great) because it will cost alot less, im a full time student that cannot afford to spend alot of money on food because of other things draining my bank account dry, i jsut want to know y whole food is prefered, ive heard it's beacuse it gives you a fuller look(not sure what that means) and ive also heard that you diggest it better??? also keep in mind i must keep as much muscle mass as possible, and that im also natural! thanks!
11-19-2004, 12:14 PM #2
is your baked potato a sweet potato or a normal potato???
11-19-2004, 12:45 PM #3
normal but can be sweet, what are the reasons for sweet being prefered? do think that would be enough or should i be talking in more to hang on to my muscle mass?
11-19-2004, 12:50 PM #4
bro you eat a potato for breakfast? get some oats in there, and if you want to lose bf, go with a.m. cardio.
11-19-2004, 01:16 PM #5
it doesnt bother me at all, plus im not a big fan of oatmeal anyways id rather have a potato in the morning anyways! so anybody have any info for my questions???
11-19-2004, 01:19 PM #6
If you don't know the difference between a sweet and regular potato then you need to do a search for "glycemic index".
Here is a quick list...
Good - Sweet potato, whole grains, brown rice, oatmeal
Bad - white potato, white bread, white rice
11-19-2004, 01:52 PM #7
ok but is the diet i have a good template or should it be adjusted according to my stats and what i want to do????????
11-19-2004, 03:53 PM #8Member
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use the cutting sticky sample diet as a baseline and then make some changes according to ur stats
11-19-2004, 04:05 PM #9Originally Posted by Monkeytown
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