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Strongman Mikey
10-15-2005, 06:34 AM
*Situation that I'm able to make it to the gym for 6:00p.m.
Monday-Friday Bulk Diet (Start Date:November21st 2005)

meal#1: (7:00a.m.)
-1 scoop of whey w/water
total cals and protein for meal#1:130cals, 25g protein

Cardio: (7:15a.m.-7:45a.m.)
-treadmill 3mph at highest incline

meal#2: (8:00a.m.)
-2 packets original instant oatmeal
-1 carton naturegg simply egg whites
-1 slice fat-free processed cheese
-1 apple
-250ml 1% milk
total cals and protein for meal#2:645cals, 48g protein

meal#3: (11:00a.m.)
-2 slices dempster's whole grain flax bread
-3 slices deli turkey or chicken breast
-1 slice fat-free processed cheese
-lettuce
-mustard
-premier nutrition protein bar
total cals and protein for meal#3:655cals, 64g protein

meal#4: (2:00p.m.)
-1 can of tuna
-3 large eggs (whites and yolks)
-1 cup of instant white rice (measured before cooked)
-broccoli
total cals and protein for meal#4:675cals, 55g protein

meal#5: (4:30p.m. pre-workout)
-2 packets original instant oatmeal
-1 carton naturegg simply egg whites
-1 slice fat-free processed cheese
-5 grams of glutamine w/water
total cals and protein for meal#5:460, 40g protein

Workout: (6:00p.m.-7:00p.m.)

meal#6: (7:00p.m. post-workout)
-2 scoops of whey w/water
-1 banana
-5 grams of glutamine w/water
total cals and protein for meal#6:390cals, 51g protein

meal#7: (8:00p.m.)
-1 can of tuna
-1 can of heinz chili style pinto and red kidney beans
-1 slice fat-free processed cheese
total cals and protein for meal#7:550clas, 62g protein

meal#8: (10:00p.m.)
-1 cup of 1% cottage cheese
-10 almonds
total cals an protein for meal#8:270cals, 33g protein

daily total cals and protein:3775cals, 378g protein

I also take a multi vitamin/mineral supplement and an omega 3-6-9 supplement.

BBall24
10-15-2005, 06:42 AM
diet looks like ****

Max Protein
10-15-2005, 07:43 AM
diet looks like ****

It's all processed garbage, white rice and deli meats. I'm glad you're not cutting with this.
Stick with whole grains like brown rice and whole (not instant) rolled oats and potatoes for carbs, and lean meats like chicken and steak for protein. Also plenty of fruit and veg for nutrients important for recovery.