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    Slugger is offline Junior Member
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    Long layoff need help!

    What's up fellas, I have been on a long layoff from everything. No lifting,running,boxing, for almost 3 years. Basically I look like shit, I'm 23 6' 205 with a GUT. I plan on next week getting back into running, lifting, boxing, etc. My question is this. I have a gut and would like to get it off, how's this diet look?

    Breakfast 6 am

    1 bowl of oatmeal with skim milk

    1 small serving of cottage cheese w/blueberries or raspberries mixed in

    1 apple

    1 cup of green tea

    1 cup of OJ


    Snack

    1 packet of tuna (23 g of protein)
    Small cup of cranberry juice


    Lunch

    1 chicken breast

    1 small serving of veggies (either peas, corn, broccoli spears, asparagus, sugar snap peas, wax beans, etc)


    Dinner (pre boxing meal)

    Some type of "healthy" fast food like Boston Market chicken or turkey meals w/veggies.

    1 small salad (no dressing or croutons)



    Post boxing, (pre lifting/running meal)

    1 Porterhouse steak

    1 small serving of veggies (either peas, corn, broccoli spears, asparagus, sugar snap peas, wax beans, etc)


    Post lifting/running meal

    Protein shake with skim milk with a bannana and a tablespoon of peanut butter blended in.

    3 egg whites

    NO alcohol, soda, pizza, burgers, fried foods, cake, ice cream, candy etc.

    I will also be drinking plenty of water and taking
    Multivitamins
    Glucosamine
    Glutamine
    BCAA's
    Creatine

    in addition to boxing 5 days a week, running 5 days a week, sprinting 2 days a week, and lifting 4 days a week in addition to 6-8 hours a sleep a night.

    How's this look?
    Last edited by Slugger; 11-13-2003 at 06:10 PM.

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    Anyone?

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    KeyMastur is offline VET
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    here ya go slugger :

    http://anabolicreview.com/vbulletin/...ad.php?t=71380

    you're questions are being answered in 1 of the 3 posts you put up.

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    anyone correct me if im wrong...

    mine will be in bold...

    What's up fellas, I have been on a long layoff from everything. No lifting,running,boxing, for almost 3 years. Basically I look like shit, I'm 23 6' 205 with a GUT. I plan on next week getting back into running, lifting, boxing, etc. My question is this. I have a gut and would like to get it off, how's this diet look?

    Breakfast 6 am

    1 bowl of oatmeal with skim milk

    1 small serving of cottage cheese w/blueberries or raspberries mixed in

    1 apple

    1 cup of green tea

    1 cup of OJ

    Drop milk, use hot water, drop all fruit and add a scoop of whey

    Snack

    1 packet of tuna (23 g of protein)
    Small cup of cranberry juice

    i would drop the juice, add some better carbs, (brown rice, sweets potatos, oatmeal, veggies, beans, etc... or a instead of carbs, a tablespoon of flax oil will be a better choice...

    Lunch

    1 chicken breast

    1 small serving of veggies (either peas, corn, broccoli spears, asparagus, sugar snap peas, wax beans, etc)

    corn = bad

    Dinner (pre boxing meal)

    Some type of "healthy" fast food like Boston Market chicken or turkey meals w/veggies.

    1 small salad (no dressing or croutons)


    Post boxing, (pre lifting/running meal)

    1 Porterhouse steak

    1 small serving of veggies (either peas, corn, broccoli spears, asparagus, sugar snap peas, wax beans, etc)

    steaks as alot of fat, it is bad before or after any training, use a shake or non-fat protein source...

    Post lifting/running meal

    Protein shake with skim milk with a bannana and a tablespoon of peanut butter blended in.

    3 egg whites

    bad , bad ,bad...
    drop the milk, drop the bannana, drop the peanut butter, ADD some dextrose


    NO alcohol, soda, pizza, burgers, fried foods, cake, ice cream, candy etc.

    I will also be drinking plenty of water and taking
    Multivitamins
    Glucosamine
    Glutamine
    BCAA's
    Creatine

    How's this look?
    there is alot of great diet on this board, search a bit, it may help you!
    good luck!

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    and try to not post more than one time! it may help you have better answers!

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    Slugger is offline Junior Member
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    Thank you. You guys have been a tremendous help. All intelligent helpful answers.

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