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Changing training time, how should meal plan change?

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2007/06/12 18:30:02 (permalink)

Changing training time, how should meal plan change?

I've been training first thing in the morning for the last 9 months but i've just got a new job and i'll have to go back to training at about 5.30.

I'm on a cut so previously I was eating carbs with breakfast, PWO and PPWO and then getting by on protein and veg for the rest of the day. Now i'll be training late afternoon should i still have carbs with breakfast but now protein and veg throughout the day then carbs before and after training?

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    OoOGazOoO
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    RE: Changing training time, how should meal plan change? 2007/06/12 18:38:52 (permalink)
    You want another energy source if you are leaving out carbs in some meals, i.e. healthy fats and EFAs.

    Reduce the carbs you are having at breakfast, PWO and PPWO and whatever you reduce them by, add them before training.

    I.e. if you were having 45 grams for breakfast, 45 grams for PWO and 45 grams for PPWO = 135.

    135 / 4 = ~33 grams of carbs in each meal.

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    RE: Changing training time, how should meal plan change? 2007/06/12 18:39:24 (permalink)
    thats exactly what you should do. Carbs for brekkie (if youre doing AM cardio) then carbs before and after training. Just a simple rejig is all thats necessary
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    RE: Changing training time, how should meal plan change? 2007/06/12 19:35:06 (permalink)
    Cheers guys. Say I was gonna get some cashews for fats, what kind of serving are we talking per meal?
    post edited by Willie - 2007/06/12 19:42:18

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    RE: Changing training time, how should meal plan change? 2007/06/13 00:34:35 (permalink)
    Enough for what you need at the time, and enough so that it is factored into your diet.

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