05-14-2002, 08:43 PM #1
May be a dumb question for you guys.......but here it goes
So, Ok in June (when im out of school) I will be going on my diet and i know to eat 6 smallmeals a day do my cardio in the morning. but for those six meals what should i eat?
15yrs old, weight 200lbs, 300lb bench, 17'' arms, but i am fat and want to lose it before i start my soph. year
05-14-2002, 08:53 PM #2
Nice stats for a yungin. Sheesh, you're gonna be one big boy when you grow up.
For carbs: Oatmeal, Yams, Brown rice, some eat pasta...I don't.
For protein: Anything lean and high in protein will do, no need in naming 50+ kinds of things to eat.
Fiber: Fiber one(cereal), broccoli, cauliflower
Fats: Natural PB..don't buy Jiffy Spiffy or whatever that ish is. Flax oil. Fish fats.
As far as calorie consumption, that depends on metabolism.
To be general, I'd go with 50% protein/ 30%g carbs/ 20% fat
Rotating carbs is awesome as well. But that isn't necessary if you're how you call it "fat".
Good luck on the training.
05-14-2002, 08:53 PM #3
freshman in high school and bench 300 pounds ? thats pretty good if u tellin the truth
05-14-2002, 08:54 PM #4
cut the calories down to about 2500 a day, drink plenty of water buy some protein shakes and substitute 2 or 3 of the meals with protein, cut the fat and stay in the gym, best bet is to eat chicken, fish and dont forget your veggies and fruit, do a research on dieting and you will probably find more of the awnsers you are looking for.
05-14-2002, 09:09 PM #5
and to Khull_Khuum i am telling the truth
05-14-2002, 09:41 PM #6
wy not look into a keto diet espically since your body seems to grow easily a keto will help
05-14-2002, 10:10 PM #7
i was pressin 250 in 7th grade so i can believe he's got a 300 bench.
05-15-2002, 12:19 AM #8Retired IRON CHEF Mod
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PaPA Pump has pretty much summed it up for you FB 0934. If you are having problems with your body fat I would really go with a little bit different ratio though. You see, you can figure up your daily caloic intake and pretty do what ever you want to with it. I personally would recomend something more along the lines of a 60/20/20 split. It really is not that hard to calculate and if your interested I can show you how. The ratio really dose not matter that much if you want to try both you can you just need to keep a close eye on your gains and adjust it when you need to, if you need to.
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