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2006/07/11 22:25:13 (permalink)
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Boxers diet

I have been boxing for a few years now and nobody seems to have an ideal diet for retaining muscle, losing fat and also making the weight. From looking over many diets, personally i have found body builders are the most clued up on nutrition. I box at 10 7 and walk about at 11 7 and i have about 12 % body fat. I was hoping somebody could give me a guideline to follow.
After looking through many body building sites I have started on this diet :

7 30 - 30g reflex whey 30g reflex quattro 45g 0ats 250ml semi milk and honey multivit and omega oils

10 30 - 30g reflex quattro in water banana or apple and a bio yogurt

1 30 - chicken breast with 50g rice or 50g pasta and alittle bit of sauce for taste

4 00 - pre workout 30g whey 30g cornflakes with honey and semi milk

5 30 - 7 30 boxing gym and maybe some weights

8 30 - chicken breast or fish or steak usually with rice or pasta or potato multivit and omega oils

10 00 - sometimes 30g reflex quattro for the proteins before bed

Any suggestions or advice would be really helpful thanks
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    big_mal
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    RE: Boxers diet 2006/07/11 22:36:42 (permalink)
    too much supplementation (reflex whey and quattro, whatever that is) and not enough real food in my opinion.
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    RE: Boxers diet 2006/07/11 22:54:24 (permalink)
    Due to work and other things the supplementation makes it easy to get adequate protein intake ! thanks
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    RE: Boxers diet 2006/07/12 14:32:58 (permalink)
    Hi Pollok - Mal is right though you need more real food, if you prefapre the night before it can be done.

    Have a read of this: http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/article-power-weight-ratio.asp I wrote it with people like you in mind

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    pollok1
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    RE: Boxers diet 2006/07/15 13:55:54 (permalink)
    Thanks guy's, I am trying to eat more solids. I am now cooking large amounts of chicken n rice or pasta night before and spreding it out through my working day. I only have shakes in morning and pre workout.
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    RE: Boxers diet 2006/07/15 19:17:42 (permalink)
    i used to strugle to make my weight which was the same difference as yours, i found it much easier when i was filling myself up with a lot of fresh veg which you seem to be missing. i think you need some variety and more real food. if youre serious about your boxing you need to be serious about your nutrition and make the time to get it right.
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    RE: Boxers diet 2006/08/05 14:27:34 (permalink)
    pollok aka Davie ?
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