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    Critique my diet please...

    Hey bros,

    I was off track for awhile - I know, I know, another one of "those seasonal bodybuilders" - I'm kidding - I just ended up switching jobs for awhile and got a little off track with my dieting. I just cleaned up my diet a little to get things rolling again - let me know what you think so far.

    Stats:

    Height: 6' 1"
    Weight: 210lbs
    BF: Around 15%

    Long term goals:

    Weight: 235
    BF: 7-8%

    Short term goals:

    Maintain a clean diet to get on track - then start bulking/cutting/bulking/etc etc to reach the long term goal above. Long way to go - but here is where I am so far.

    Currently I am not on any AAS, and I am not taking any supplements other than mega vitamin once a day and saw palmetto.

    I will be beginning a cycle of AAS in a month or two once my routine is back on track.

    Current intake:

    (Yesterday's example)

    Meal 1, 730AM:
    1 Cup Oats (measured dry)
    1 Cup 100% Egg whites

    Meal 2, 10AM:
    2 Cans Tuna
    2 Tbsp Light Mayonaise

    Meal 3, 1230PM:
    Protoplex shake (45grams protein, 27 grams carbs)

    Meal 4, 2PM:
    2 Cans Tuna
    2 Tbsp Light Mayonaise

    Gym (weight training)

    PWO Meal 5, 430PM (within 45 minutes of training)
    1 Cup oats (measured dry)
    2 Scoops whey
    3 Tbsp Cottage cheese


    PPWO Meal 6, 7PM
    Chicken Breast (about 8oz)
    1 Cup White Rice
    1 Cup Brocoli/Veggies

    Meal 7, 10:00PM (before bed)
    4 scoops whey
    1.5-2 tbsp Flax Oil

    Total intake is around 3200 cals a day, 416g Prot, 260g Carbs, and around 50g of fats. I am in the gym 5 days a week for weight training, and I am going to begin cardio daily soon. I am currently working construction - so I count that as my cardio for now. I have one or two cheat meals a week (friday or saturday evenings)

    As mentioned above, this diet is to get back on track. I guess you could consider this meal to be a cutter currently - I am trying to tighten up a little for a couple months before I begin to bulk again.

    I need to add more solid foods such as potatoes, veggies, and lean meats. I feel as though my diet is currently too "bland" but things will change when I begin to bulk again.

    Any and all opinions/suggestions please - thank you in advance, I sincerely appreciate this board and all of the members of it - you have all been a great help to me.




    MuX

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    It can't be perfect. 21 views and no opinions?

    Is it too long? I'll shorten it if it is...

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    Not bad at all, make you Pre workout a Pro/carb meal though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giantz11
    Not bad at all, make you Pre workout a Pro/carb meal though.
    Thanks Giantz, I actually just did that today - my pre workout is now:

    1 Cup Oats
    1 Cup Egg Whites
    2 Scoops Whey

    This will replace Meal 4 from above.

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    Lookin good brotha.

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    Thanks again man - much appreciated.

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    why the cottage cheese with the pwo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chest6
    why the cottage cheese with the pwo?

    thats what i wanna know

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    Quote Originally Posted by chest6
    why the cottage cheese with the pwo?

    I usually have 3 tbsp fat free cottage cheese, 1 cup oats, and 2 to 4 scoops of vanilla whey protein as my PWO shake. Blended very well together tastes good.

    Just a preference really - the cottage cheese adds some flavor, and gives it more of a "shake" taste vs. oats and whey.

    MuX

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