I hope this isnt too much like those "please look at my workout" type of posts. I am still learning about the balance between the workout and the nutrition.
A bit of info:
I am 128lbs with 17%bf, 24 years old vegetarian. I am in the Air Force and with this I have to workout with my squadron 3 times a week which is usually running for about 3 miles to 4 miles. This happens Monday (afternoon), Wednesday (afternoon) and Friday (morning). I do weight training Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday evenings. I also have softball games on Sunday night (not really that big of a deal, but another bit of detail.
I have recently started biking to work in the morning and also back home, which is 3 miles each way with a few hills (nothing extreme). Then carrying my bike up 3 floors of stairs when I get to work. :P I usually burn about 500-600 calories from the biking for the day.
Diet: I eat pretty clean, mostly consisting of sweet potato, natural peanut butter, brown rice, almonds, egg whites, green beans, gardenburger and Myoplex meal replacers. My meals for the day add up to:
(More specific workout and diet layout can be found on my Body Blog, along with my supplements.)
The Question: Should I add anything to my diet? I dont want to undereat and make my body starve or anything, but I am trying to lose body fat. I feel very tired and my legs end up feeling weak, but I have always been told through the years in sports that I am not pushing hard enough if I am not hurting some and not worn out. :P Any thoughts? Let me know if you need any additional info.
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