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    Hey guys,

    I'm 18 and looking to bulk up. Im currently weighing 65KG's however I havent planned an end weight. I think i will bulk until summer then cut down for summer. Then bulk again. I plan to start around 3100cals and then adjust accordingly. Please view my diet plan below and leave a comment. I plan on doing this with either All Pro's or 5x5.


    07:30 - 4 whole eggs, 100g instant oats, 2 teaspoons of peanut butter & 1 banana

    10:00 - 1 Banana, 50g Almonds, 1 Whey Protein Shake

    12:30 - 100g Brown Rice, 100g Broccoli, 150g Chicken Breast

    14:30 - 100g Penne Pasta, 100g Cabbage, 150g Tuna/Salmon

    17:00 - 1 Whey Protein Shake

    19:30 - 150g Minced Beef, 100g Broccoli, 150g Sweet Potato

    22:00 - 100g Cottage Cheese, 1 Banana, 1 Casein Shake


    Calories - 3074
    Carbs - 295g
    Fat - 97g
    Protein - 270g
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    Why in the world would you eat 7 times per day???

    Are those your absolute favorite foods?

    What's your estimated TDEE?

    Do you know that 100 grams of protein is entirely sufficient and consuming more imparts on special benefit?

    Why are you consuming so much processed fast food that is high in protein (protein shakes)?

    Do you know that consuming more than 6 to 12 ounces of tuna per week poses health risks.
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    Its only 4 big meals, as you can read the others are only bananas, nuts and cottage cheese. And what do you mean by the last sentence about the extra protein?

    I know plenty of fitness models eating 3 cans of tuna a day, and theyre perfectly fine, however i will usually be eating fresh salmon instead of tuna.

    And whats wrong with two whey shakes and 1 casein shake to meet my calorie objective?
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    Originally Posted by InspiredBySize View Post
    Its only 4 big meals, as you can read the others are only bananas, nuts and cottage cheese. And what do you mean by the last sentence about the extra protein?
    You didn't answer my question. Why do you consume food so pathologically frequently?

    Why is your protein intake so astonishingly high? Why consume processed fast foods high in protein when your intake is so high???
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    Originally Posted by InspiredBySize View Post

    I know plenty of fitness models eating 3 cans of tuna a day, and theyre perfectly fine, however i will usually be eating fresh salmon instead of tuna.
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    Originally Posted by InspiredBySize View Post
    Its only 4 big meals, as you can read the others are only bananas, nuts and cottage cheese. And what do you mean by the last sentence about the extra protein?

    I know plenty of fitness models eating 3 cans of tuna a day, and theyre perfectly fine, however i will usually be eating fresh salmon instead of tuna.

    And whats wrong with two whey shakes and 1 casein shake to meet my calorie objective?
    Shakes are simply a supplement. I don't use protein shakes as I enjoy whole foods much more. Also, my stomach doesn't feel comfortable after drinking them. If you can get your protein from whole foods, why use a shake? Also, if you are getting .6 - .82 g/lb of protein a day, that is plenty.
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    100gr of protein when bulking is nowhere near enough.

    I agree for the tuna though. The canned tuna contains mercury so it's not good to go heavy on it. I've even read that some specialists recommend no more than 1 can a week.

    As for the plan - do you really have the time to cook all these stuff? If yes - don't do it and invest your time in something better. Just cook a bulk of rice and eat from it for couple of days. Then do pasta. Same for the meats. I would add some wholemeal bread as well, for example for breakfast. Keep **** simple!
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    Originally Posted by WonderPug View Post
    You didn't answer my question. Why do you consume food so pathologically frequently?

    Why is your protein intake so astonishingly high? Why consume processed fast foods high in protein when your intake is so high???
    Because i've read that you should be eating every 2.5 hours, as that is better for your stomach to digest, and eating 3000 cals in 3 meals wont be very good i'm guessing.

    And as stated above, to meet my calorie objective.
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    Originally Posted by niks1444 View Post
    100gr of protein when bulking is nowhere near enough.
    Someone with 100lbs of LBM and below, yes it's enough.

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    Originally Posted by niks1444 View Post
    100gr of protein when bulking is nowhere near enough.

    I agree for the tuna though. The canned tuna contains mercury so it's not good to go heavy on it. I've even read that some specialists recommend no more than 1 can a week.

    As for the plan - do you really have the time to cook all these stuff? If yes - don't do it and invest your time in something better. Just cook a bulk of rice and eat from it for couple of days. Then do pasta. Same for the meats. I would add some wholemeal bread as well, for example for breakfast. Keep **** simple!
    Cheers for offering suggestions instead of just slating unlike others brah! I will make sure to cut down on the tuna, I will eat fresh salmon instead. I also plan to cook mon - thurs and then friday - sun!
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    Originally Posted by InspiredBySize View Post
    Because i've read that you should be eating every 2.5 hours, as that is better for your stomach to digest, and eating 3000 cals in 3 meals wont be very good i'm guessing.

    And as stated above, to meet my calorie objective.
    Meal timing and frequency are far less important than hitting your macros for the day. If eating that many times is easy for you, do it. But if not, you do not have to eat every 2.5 hours.
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    Originally Posted by InspiredBySize View Post
    Because i've read that you should be eating every 2.5 hours, as that is better for your stomach to digest, and eating 3000 cals in 3 meals wont be very good i'm guessing.

    And as stated above, to meet my calorie objective.
    I eat two meals worth 800-1600 cals each. Nothing wrong with that.
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    Originally Posted by Beantown729 View Post
    Meal timing and frequency are far less important than hitting your macros for the day. If eating that many times is easy for you, do it. But if not, you do not have to eat every 2.5 hours.
    I believe that this will be okay to me, as it will fit around my intervals at university. Also it means not eating a lot at one time.

    Do the macros look good though bro?
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    Originally Posted by InspiredBySize View Post
    Cheers for offering suggestions instead of just slating unlike others brah! I will make sure to cut down on the tuna, I will eat fresh salmon instead. I also plan to cook mon - thurs and then friday - sun!
    He's sugarcoating things. I'd rather take harsh criticism than being kissed on my cheeks.
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    Originally Posted by softpounder View Post
    I eat two meals worth 800-1600 cals each. Nothing wrong with that.
    By very good, I mean not suitable to me. I would rather eat less more frequently.
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    Originally Posted by InspiredBySize View Post
    I believe that this will be okay to me, as it will fit around my intervals at university. Also it means not eating a lot at one time.

    Do the macros look good though bro?
    Yes I think they look good other than the amount of overall grams of protein you are consuming. You hitting your recommended fiber intake?
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    Originally Posted by softpounder View Post
    He's sugarcoating things. I'd rather take harsh criticism than being kissed on my cheeks.
    You also offer decent advice, no offense to you bro more aimed at "WonderPug".

    Are you able to offer any changes to the diet or not?
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    Originally Posted by InspiredBySize View Post
    By very good, I mean not suitable to me. I would rather eat less more frequently.
    Then eat fewer meals with higher caloric content.
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    Originally Posted by InspiredBySize View Post
    You also offer decent advice, no offense to you bro more aimed at "WonderPug".

    Are you able to offer any changes to the diet or not?
    My advice is... eat food you like. I'm sure you'll get tired of eating brofoods all the times.
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    Originally Posted by softpounder View Post
    Then eat fewer meals with higher caloric content.
    So increase the amount of brown rice?

    What can i add to the meals?
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