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    oddball182 is offline New Member
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    My Bulking Diet - Please Feel Free to Critique

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    Age: 16 years old
    Height: 6'0
    Weight: 140 pounds
    BF%: Not sure

    Well my goal is to BULK and hopefully get to around 170-180 pounds, but it doesn't really matter how fast I get to it. I'd rather take it slow and stay as lean as possible then gain it all really fast and have it all be fat.

    So far this is what why diet usually resembles.

    *Note:
    -My MRP is homemade that consists of: 1 Cup Oats (dry), 2 Cups Milk, 1 Scoop Whey, and 1 Tablespoon Flaxseed Oil.
    -I'm also at school from 7:40am - 2:25pm, and I lift weights right after school for about an hour each session.

    ~6:00am - (Wake Up) 1 Scoop Whey in Water
    ~6:30am - 1.5 Cups Oatmeal (dry), 5 eggs (1 Whole), Multivitamin
    ~9:15am - (During Class) 1/2 of MRP Shake
    ~11:15am - (Lunch Break) 2 Pieces Whole-Wheat Bread, 3oz Chicken Breast, Piece of Fruit (Apple, Orange, or Pear), 1 Cup Milk
    ~2:00pm - (During Class) Rest of MRP Shake
    (From 3:00pm - 4:00pm - Weightlifting)
    4:00pm - (Post-Workout) 1 1/2 Scoops Whey in Water
    5:00pm - Whole-Wheat Pasta or Sweet Potato with Tuna/Chicken/Lean Beef
    7:30pm - Usually some type of Green Vegtable with Tuna/Chicken/Lean Meat
    9:30pm - 1 Cup Cottage Cheese, 1 Tablespoon Natural Peanut Butter

    This roughly comes out to 3000 Calories with a macro breakdown of 40/40/20

    Can anyone give me some suggestions of ways to change this around to help me bulk but not gain a bunch of un-necessary fat?

    ... or if it looks good, feel free to let me know

    Thanks a bunch!

    Also, I am currently doing a 3-day split which looks like this:

    Monday: Back/Bi's/Abs
    Tuesday: Rest (Because i have to work)
    Wednsday: Legs
    Thursday: Rest (Becuase i have to work)
    Friday: Chest/Tri's/Shoulder's
    Saturday: Rest (Becuase i have to work)
    Sunday: Rest, No work

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    anyone?

    BUMP

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    Yeah i wood say to definitely up the calories since you sound kinda skinny , no offense at all ment. But more like 4 to 5000 calories a day would do it. Add one more meal before you go to bed. Try 1scoop of whey, 1 scoop of egg, and 1 scoop of weight gainer right before you hit the sac.

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    Re: My Bulking Diet - Please Feel Free to Critique

    ~6:00am - (Wake Up) 1 Scoop Whey in Water
    ~6:30am - 1.5 Cups Oatmeal (dry), 5 eggs (1 Whole), Multivitamin
    ~9:15am - (During Class) 1/2 of MRP Shake
    ~11:15am - (Lunch Break) 2 Pieces Whole-Wheat Bread, 3oz Chicken Breast, Piece of Fruit (Apple, Orange, or Pear), 1 Cup Milk

    replace fruit with 1- 1 1/2 cup rice or potatoe

    ~2:00pm - (During Class) Rest of MRP Shake
    (From 3:00pm - 4:00pm - Weightlifting)
    4:00pm - (Post-Workout) 1 1/2 Scoops Whey in Water

    get ahold of some dextrose and mix it in with this shake

    5:00pm - Whole-Wheat Pasta or Sweet Potato with Tuna/Chicken/Lean Beef
    7:30pm - Usually some type of Green Vegtable with Tuna/Chicken/Lean Meat

    go ahead and add in some more rice, potatoe, oats....some kind of carb.

    9:30pm - 1 Cup Cottage Cheese, 1 Tablespoon Natural Peanut Butter

    Is this right before bed? If not than also add in a protein shake before you go to bed.

    This roughly comes out to 3000 Calories with a macro breakdown of 40/40/20

    Can anyone give me some suggestions of ways to change this around to help me bulk but not gain a bunch of un-necessary fat?

    ... or if it looks good, feel free to let me know

    Thanks a bunch!

    Also, I am currently doing a 3-day split which looks like this:

    Monday: Back/Bi's/Abs
    Tuesday: Rest (Because i have to work)
    Wednsday: Legs
    Thursday: Rest (Becuase i have to work)
    Friday: Chest/Tri's/Shoulder's
    Saturday: Rest (Becuase i have to work)
    Sunday: Rest, No work [/B][/QUOTE]

    Other than the few add in I suggest it looks good. You can however try to work in a bit more protein and carbs if you fell you aren't getting enough. Good luck bro.

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    At that height and weight, you need to start stuffing yourself oddball. The diet looks great, just needs more food. Each of your meals needs to be bigger. Get the calories up to 4,000-4,500 daily. This will be tough at first.

    Try Nlarge2 weight gainer shakes if you can't get there with mainly whole foods. Get a couple 10 pound buckets and drink a few each day along with that diet. There's 600 calories per shake right there (x 30 servings in a bucket). www.planetdepot.com has em for $30!!!

    Also, POST WORKOUT you need simple carbs more than anything-remember that!

    Start eating, try creatine in there, stay away from all cardio and GROW!

    Good luck.

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    all right, thanks a bunch guys

    just a quick question what type of rice? i know brown rice, but is there a big difference between the one that takes about 10 minutes to cook, and the one that takes a hell of a lot longer? i'd think the GI would be different, but does anyone know by how much?

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