you're macros remain the same. you dont need to eat the same thing on any day. just get the same macros. i'd suggest reading some Aaron Algon articles because you seem a little lost
Ditch your meal plan and develop a diet that combines sound nutrition with the foods you enjoy by eating when you see fit in the portions that allow you to achieve your macronutrient and caloric needs while providing sufficient micronutrients, energy and satiety. One can never forget that nutrition is a tool, not a restraint; the enjoyment of life should always come first. Psychological, sociological and emotional health should never be threatened by the attempt to increase physiological health.
I eat same as I do on my workout days but without the postworkout shake and take away the simple carbs from pre and postworkout meals which i would normally have and replace them with a single meal which is similar to my other meals (just protein and complex carbs)
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527.5kg/1163lb total at 81kg/179lb as Sub-Junior at IPF competition 7th Dec 2012.
I personally cut carbs and up fats on off days. Other than that, keep most everything the same.
Muscle grows when your resting.
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