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nikeair91
08-12-2007, 10:35 PM
I need some help for good Pre and Post-workout meals for bulking. I'm going to be lifting at school again and this time I want to keep things a little neater.
What is a good meal I can take to school, I dont know if my lifting will be before or after i eat lunch so i need to know the best for both pre-and-post

anyway, here is as little about me
weight 160 lbs
5'10
don't know bodyfat, but i have visible abs.

zxGriffin
08-12-2007, 10:53 PM
I need some help for good Pre and Post-workout meals for bulking. I'm going to be lifting at school again and this time I want to keep things a little neater.
What is a good meal I can take to school, I dont know if my lifting will be before or after i eat lunch so i need to know the best for both pre-and-post

anyway, here is as little about me
weight 160 lbs
5'10
don't know bodyfat, but i have visible abs.


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I like to see you've simplified your supplements. Good choices.

1.) Plenty of peanuts, bagels with peanut butter, if your school as a fridge then sweet potatoes, chicken breasts, jerky.

2.) All the same for above at home too. Post workout should be an hour or a little more after your shake. Sweet potatoes, Pasta's, Chicken, Steak, Fish, Rices, Peanut butter, Milk, Any kinds of legumes- Beans, Hambergers - ground sirloin, lots of eggs, Gatorade post workout- Cottage cheese - low fat - Mixed veggies - fruits- Oats, Granola,

3.) You can take a lot of this stuff in many ways to school, or have it ready at home afterwards- - just try to time it right is all.

4.) :

Here is a 3300 calorie sample diet I made up once:


Breakfast:

6 egg whites, scrambled with 2 slices of low fat ham, 1 slice low fat cheese
1 whole wheat english muffin w/2 tbsp of PB

Morning Snack:
12 oz. Low fat milk
1 scoop Whey
1 banana

Lunch:

6 oz. Lean red meat
1 large sweet potato
1 cup green beans

Afternoon snack:

2 slices whole grain bread
1 can white tuna- water packed
1 tbsp light mayo

Preworkout:

1 scoop whey mixed in water
1 large apple

Postworkout:

2 scoops whey protein mixed with water
32 oz gatorade

Dinner:

8oz chicken breast
1 cup whole wheat pasta
1/2 cup marinara sauce
2 cups salad w/ 2 Tbsp, Olive Oil Dressing

Bedtime Snack:

1 cup low-fat cottage cheese
1oz mixed nuts


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Use this as an example to start setting up a good planned bulk diet for yourself. I hope this helps!

nikeair91
08-12-2007, 11:00 PM
This sounds good to me, will definitely work around this diet.

zxGriffin
08-12-2007, 11:01 PM
If you need any more sample diets I can drum some up for you. Just search around tho and try to replicate is all. You can mix things up and bulking has flexibility so its not as boring! Just work hard in the gym!

daltrey
08-13-2007, 12:38 AM
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I like to see you've simplified your supplements. Good choices.

1.) Plenty of peanuts, bagels with peanut butter, if your school as a fridge then sweet potatoes, chicken breasts, jerky.

2.) All the same for above at home too. Post workout should be an hour or a little more after your shake. Sweet potatoes, Pasta's, Chicken, Steak, Fish, Rices, Peanut butter, Milk, Any kinds of legumes- Beans, Hambergers - ground sirloin, lots of eggs, Gatorade post workout- Cottage cheese - low fat - Mixed veggies - fruits- Oats, Granola,

3.) You can take a lot of this stuff in many ways to school, or have it ready at home afterwards- - just try to time it right is all.

4.) :

Here is a 3300 calorie sample diet I made up once:


Breakfast:

6 egg whites, scrambled with 2 slices of low fat ham, 1 slice low fat cheese
1 whole wheat english muffin w/2 tbsp of PB

Morning Snack:
12 oz. Low fat milk
1 scoop Whey
1 banana

Lunch:

6 oz. Lean red meat
1 large sweet potato
1 cup green beans

Afternoon snack:

2 slices whole grain bread
1 can white tuna- water packed
1 tbsp light mayo

Preworkout:

1 scoop whey mixed in water
1 large apple

Postworkout:

2 scoops whey protein mixed with water
32 oz gatorade

Dinner:

8oz chicken breast
1 cup whole wheat pasta
1/2 cup marinara sauce
2 cups salad w/ 2 Tbsp, Olive Oil Dressing

Bedtime Snack:

1 cup low-fat cottage cheese
1oz mixed nuts


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Use this as an example to start setting up a good planned bulk diet for yourself. I hope this helps!


Thats amazing the diet you made up once is the exact same diet posted in this months muscle & fitness.

xl Achilles lx
08-13-2007, 04:37 AM
^I lol'd

Legendsneverdie
08-13-2007, 09:54 AM
dude honeslty if u ask me.. all that pre //post workout meal is junk. Most of the time its just a sales gimic to get u to buy more supplements. dont fall for the trap. just eat 6MEALS A DAY 2-3HOURS APART.

zxGriffin
08-13-2007, 07:31 PM
Let me refraise - Used- didnt make up..... Apologies for a mistake. :(

The Solution
08-13-2007, 07:36 PM
Let me refraise - Used- didnt make up..... Apologies for a mistake. :(

i was going to say thats one hell of a diet you made up then.. but other then that .. a great diet.. seems like much for 140 lber though :) any ideas for one? maybe take in about 2800 cals seem rite?

zxGriffin
08-13-2007, 07:39 PM
Seems about right.