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my new diet/training regime

Discussion in 'Fat Loss/Cutting' started by Jono, Mar 26, 2004.

  1. Jono

    Jono Well-Known Member

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    well it's time to get back on track here. i've blown up a month. i think i'll start myself a journal starting tomorrow. anyways here is a look at my diet.

    the principals behind this diet has been developed by some extremely sucessful body builders. hundereds of people follow this type of diet, carb layout etc.

    any thoughts or comments are welcomed as usual! :)

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    Meal 1

    1/2 cup oats, 1 scoop isolate mixed in

    330 cal
    39.4 pro
    34 carb
    3.5 fat

    1000mg vit C
    cal/mag tab
    multi v

    Meal 2

    1.5 scoops isolate w/ 1tsp flax oil, 12 almonds

    272 cal
    40 pro
    4 carbs
    12.1 fat

    Pre Workout

    1 grilled chicken breast, 2 cups green beans, .5 scoop isolate

    232 cal
    39.5 pro
    12 carb
    2 fat

    500mg vit C

    Post workout Shake

    Mixed in 1-1.5L of water
    1.5 scoop isolate
    45g Dextrose
    5g creatine
    1/8th tsp salt

    10 min later, 10g glutamine

    390 cal
    49.5 pro
    47.25 carb
    1 fat

    500mg vit C
    400 I.U. vit E

    Post Workout

    3/4 cup brwon rice, 1 grilled chicken breast, 2 cups green beans, .5 scoop isolate

    394 cal
    40.7 pro
    46 carb
    2.5 fat

    1000mg vit C
    cal/mag tab
    400 I.U. vit E

    Meal 6

    1.5 scoop isolate w/ 2 tsp flax oil

    231 cal
    37 pro
    1 carb
    9.6 fat

    Daily Total / Percent Daily Intake

    1849 calories
    246.1 protein / (53.2%)
    144.3 carbs / (31.2%)
    30.7 fat / (14.9%)

    ** i think i may throw in a shake or half a shake somewhere, 1hr after my post workout meal for the first week. if progress is good, i'll stick with it and only cut it when need be**

    im also looking to replace some flax oil with some fish/salmon oil, i'll have to get my hands on some tomorrow!

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    65-70% max heart rate, 45min to 60min on an empty stomach in the am 5x a week, mon- fri. lifting 5x a week, mon-fri, sat/sun no weight training

    my training regime, max ot principals as well as some doggcrapp princpals

    mon- back/biceps/forearms
    tues- legs
    wed- chest/triceps
    thru- shoulders/traps
    fri- abs/forearms/calves
     
  2. seeDerekNow

    seeDerekNow Well-Known Member

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    Boy I wish I had a meal plan like yours, though I never really considered a protein shake an actual "meal".
     
  3. Jono

    Jono Well-Known Member

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    not to hard to make one like mine, just copy it :)

    cutting is no doubt one of the hardest diet's to get spot on. as far as i know it's pretty darn tight. great carb/fat seperation. most fats are with protein meals, etc.

    protein shake with flax oil or nuts slows obsorption, aint to bed. but it is pretty hard to stick to more liquid type diets due to fillin factor.

    but having a solid meal, followed by a liquid, than solid is fine.

    i have to rely heavily on isolate protein because the only real protein sources i like are lean chicken breast, et all! the only other types are greasy hamburgers, hot dogs, peparoni.. i dislike all sea food, porks, steaks etc.

    makes it somewhat hard, but still doable
     
  4. Tucker

    Tucker Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like a great plan. Is that your diet everyday? How do you not get sick of it? How long will you be on it?
     
  5. taffer

    taffer Well-Known Member

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    i wouldnt have an isolate protein early in the morning, i think a concentrate would be better, or even a form of casein protein would be better, seeing as your workout isnt untill later

    also i reckon you could add alot more whole foods, and more variety
     
  6. txitalian

    txitalian Well-Known Member

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    Seems like a little too much protein coming from isolate, but hey, if it works for you, go for it. Personally, shakes just don't feel me up.

    Jason
     

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