Thread: How's this diet routine look?
11-06-2003, 10:30 AM #1New Member
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How's this diet routine look?
8:30am: 1/2cup of oatmeal, 2 egg whites, 2 bacon, glass of oj
10:30am: 8oz protien shake
12:30pm: 1/2 chicken breast, 1/2cup brown rice, 1/2 brocolli, water
2:30pm: 8oz protien shake
4:30pm: 1 can tuna with lettuce,tomatoe, carrots, low fat dressing, water
6:30pm: 8oz protien shake, 2 egg whites
8:30pm: 3 egg white omlette w/tomatoes 1/2 can chicken, water
My goal is to gain lean muscle, cut up and lose fat. Im 24yrs old 5 11" 205lbs. I am fasting right now for 3 days, drinking strickly water to clean the slate. On the 4th day I will consume liquids milk, chicken broth, and protein shakes and then move slowly into this diet. After a week of the new diet above I will start my work out routine, which will consist of lite cardio, and hi- rep weight lifting working all major muscle groups. Please feel free to add your .02 Thank you.
11-06-2003, 01:29 PM #2Originally Posted by WhiskeyMonster
11-06-2003, 02:39 PM #3
Not bad what does that all that add up to ?
with your stats that should do you nicely
11-06-2003, 07:31 PM #4Originally Posted by WhiskeyMonster
Where is your post workout shake?
11-07-2003, 08:41 AM #5New Member
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Thanks for the replies. Im not taking any glutamine currently, I might add it later on. As far as how many calories a day this adds up to Im not quiet sure. If someone would be kind enough to re-post that link where you put in the food and it tells you the calories per serving I would greatly appreciate it. "Post work out shake," I figure I can get more high quality protien out of a couple of eggs whites than I could a supplement. Plus I dont' feel as bloated when I eat a couple of egg whites compared to a shake. Thanks again.
11-07-2003, 06:55 PM #6
To disregard the post workout shake is ludicrous. You need it. I don't want to post another long response on why it is the most important meal of the day, but it is. Trust us, without you are shooting yourself in the foot. It needs to be 2:1 protein to carb ratio.
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