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2009/07/25 11:16:27 (permalink)
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Bulking diet and regime.

9am. 40g whey protein, apple, 3 slices of toast (wholemeal)
10.30 am run, 4.5 mile quite high intensity :/ i struggle to keep it low the music makes me go mental :(
11.30 am 40g whey protein
12.30 pm tin of tuna + peas
2.30 pm banana + yogurt
4.30 pm Baked potato, either fish or chicken, mixed vege
5. pm weight training
6. pm 40g whey protein + banana
8. pm 4 wheatobix bit of skimmed milk
10. pm 50g micellar casein protein
11.pm bed
 
 
wanting a lean bulk.
 
edit; made a few changes
post edited by Big M! - 2009/07/25 11:26:47
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    Re:Bulking diet and regime. 2009/07/25 12:08:51 (permalink)
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    What is your weight and height?

    That looks like my cutting diet. :-)
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    Re:Bulking diet and regime. 2009/07/25 12:25:42 (permalink)
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    6 "1 and 145 pound
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    Re:Bulking diet and regime. 2009/07/25 12:33:53 (permalink)
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    That kinda makes sense then- I'm a good 80 lbs heavier than you are.

    I am guessing your BMR is around 1800 calories a day.
    If this is the case then you want to target 2300 for a bulk.

    You worked out what this diet is?
    You don't list quantities on the meats but I am guessing around 2000.
    On a bulk I would through a few more carbs in.
    Even on a lean bulk.

    Just IMHO.
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    Re:Bulking diet and regime. 2009/07/25 12:43:44 (permalink)
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    yeh exactly right tis about 1850. kk i'll look to add some more carbs and that in, cheers mate. the high intensity run wont be a problem with it? cuz im not fasted.?
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    Re:Bulking diet and regime. 2009/07/25 15:16:10 (permalink)
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    I'm of the opinion that the whole fasted cardio is more trouble than it is worth (for me anyway).

    I can't exercise on an empty stomach- so if it takes me a bit longer to lose the weight doing a fuelled cardio workout then so be it. I think of the extra time as "Well let that teaCh you a lesson to not get out of shape again'.
    I know I wouldn't last a week doing it fasted so it is a moot issue.

    As far as HIIT vs 'fat burning' type of runs.... I've always assumed, rightly or wrongly that slower 'fat burning zone' exercise is a load of ****e. I like intervals myself- it stops me from getting bored.

    There might be someone out there who has more to say on it, but imho the main thing is just to do it and then find what works for you.

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