hey everyone i was wondering where i could get bulking meal plan, im 5'7 140lbs, on creatine, pwo shake is whey and oats. iv been looking around the site and can't find any bulking meal plans, i need a plan of all the meals and foods to eat inside those meals. i made my own but figured out it had too much fat. anyone know anywhere i could get one?
Thread: Bulking Meal Plan ?
05-21-2012, 11:25 PM #1
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05-22-2012, 01:43 AM #2
05-22-2012, 02:24 AM #3
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Fuark meal plans. Use stickies, find out your BMR, from there work out your TDEE + 500kcal. You then have the amount of calories you need in a day to add 1lb per week. Next; read the stickies again and calculate your macros (protein, fats +carbs). Then youre ready to go. Them just take now of what you eat and add it up. If you think thats difficult, you won't last bulking. I do it most days, and within a couple of weeks of writing down the macros of each food, you won't need to do so very often after. I don't. It's easier than it sounds, and you get quick at measuring foods too. Also look ast IIFYM. For this I ensure I get my protein and fats, then whatever is left calorie wise,i eat what I want.
05-22-2012, 02:34 AM #4
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Yeah man, devise your own after you've calculated your macros
It's not hard; bulking is just eating at a surplus, there's no magical bulking foods.
Eat whatever you like that fits those macros, at any time of the day you want (no need for pre and post workout unless you personally prefer the satiety at those times) and try make it mostly whole and unprocessed foods."Never attempt to train yourself into a caloric deficit. Don't spend hours on the treadmill. Diet comes first, cardio second. The dumbest fat loss strategy ever devised is used by people that wake up early in the morning before going to work to do cardio and follow that up with "recovery shake." Congratulations, you just wasted two hours of your life." Martin Berkhan
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