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The Brick
09-22-2002, 07:23 PM
here is my bulking diet, i would love some feed back or critiques, or just some reasurance that its pretty solid. I put alot of work into it and would be greatful for any futher suggestions.

Im 17, 6'1, and about 210 lbs

Bulking Diet
-Workout Day-

7:30 am
MEAL 1:

2 whole eggs
4 egg whites
1 cup of quick oats
1 cup of skim milk
1 apple


Period 3 or 11:30 pm
MEAL 2:

1 meat sandwich on 2 slices brown bread (eg. Tuna, Chicken, Beef)
2 peices of fruit (eg. apple, orange, banana)
22 almonds
1/2 cup of raisins


Period 4 or 1:00 pm
Meal 3:

1 meat sandwich on 2 slices brown bread (eg. Tuna, Chicken, Beef)


Pre football practice or 3:00 pm

1 meat sandwich on 2 slices brown bread (eg. Tuna, Chicken, Beef)


Post football practice or 5:30 pm

2 chicken breasts -OR- 10 oz. lean beef
2 cups romaine lettuce w/ mixed vegetables
2 tblsp ligh italian dressing
2 tblsp extra virgin olive oil
1 cup skim milk
1 cup orange juice

Directly post work-out

1 serving whey protien
1 cup skim milk
2 tblsp peanut butter
1 cup grape juice


90 mins post workout

1 serving whey protien
1 cup skim milk
2 tblsp peanut butter
1 cup grape juice

Directly before bed

2 cups light cottage cheese -OR- 1 can tuan w/ salsa
1 peice of fruit


it works out to about 3,800 cals, 95 grams of fat, 410 grams of carbs and 320 grams of protien.

DCMXL
09-22-2002, 08:49 PM
looks pretty good, but I dunno... since yours starting at 210 lbs, I would be eating more, if you really wanna put on mass try to eat at least 5,000 cals a day (peanut butter helps with getting more cals) especially because football practice is a LOT of cardio so you'll need way more calorie to mantain size. most guys lose weight when playing football

Azzazzin
09-22-2002, 08:56 PM
All I can see wrong is the raisins, because they have high GI and you only want that post workout...

IamaSexyBeast
09-22-2002, 08:58 PM
if your over 200, that isn't even close to enough calories for ya man,

try bumping it way up, and then slowly increase calorie intake...

try more milk as well, and canned tuna is your friend..

peternorth
09-23-2002, 11:35 AM
add more solid food to 90 min postworkout meal, like chicken breast, steak, pasta, potato..