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    Max8629 is offline New Member
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    Diet for first cycle

    Just looking for some help planning out my diet for my cycle. One issue is I am currently in grad school, so my food options are a bit limited for the most part, but I can get my hands on most things. For reference I hover between 165-170 lbs

    Also I will need to have two different meal plans based on my classes that day (MWF and TR) However these will probably only differ in meal times

    9am: 6 whole eggs, 1/2 cup diced ham, 1/2 cup diced bacon
    2 cups 2% milk, 1/2 cup oats.
    (1100 kcal, 47g carb, 111g protein, 56g fat)
    *Can also replace ham and diced bacon with 2 or 3 more eggs*

    12pm: 8 oz grilled chicken, 1 cup mashed potatoes, 2 tbsp peanut butter, protein shake w/ 2 scoops ON whey and 3 cups milk
    (1435 kcal, 87g carb, 153g protein, 46g fat)

    4-5pm: 8 oz grilled chicken, shake with 1 scoop ON serious mass, 2.5 cups milk.
    (1330 kcal, 155g carb, 115g protein, 22g fat)

    10pm (Post gym): 3 cups 2% milk, 2 scoops ON whey, 1 package greek yogurt
    (730 kcal, 57g carbs, 85g protein, 17g fat)

    Total: 4595 kcal, 346g carb, 464g protein, 141g fat.

    Is this too much for my current size? Too much protein in my macros? Any advice welcome.

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    RaginCajun is offline Pissing Excellence!
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    Welcome!

    What is your body fat percentage?

    Have you figured out your maintainence cals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaginCajun View Post
    Welcome!

    What is your body fat percentage?

    Have you figured out your maintainence cals?
    14-15% BF, TDEE is 3000 cals according to the calculator I just used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Max8629
    14-15% BF, TDEE is 3000 cals according to the calculator I just used.
    I would start out with 3500 cals and see how your body responds for two weeks then adjust

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