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Diet 3 weeks in ,

Hi well my diet is 3 weeks in and things are going ok , just checking that im eating correctly. GOALS FAT LOSS And a LITTLE WEIGHT LOSS
8.30am whey
8.45am porridge little sugar - coffe skimmed milk
Cardio 1 hour
whey straight after
11.00am sandwhich beef/turkey salad no marg - 1 water
1.30pm MRP /fruit
3.pm fruit smoothie
6pm chicken/3 small pota/loads of veg mainly sprout i love em, and spinich
9.30 whey in skimmed milk / fruit
THATS ON CARDIO DAYS WHICH IS MON/WEDS/FRI
ON THAI BOXING DAYS TUES/THURS/SAT

8.30am whey
8.45am porridge little sugar - coffe skimmed milk
11.00am sandwhich beef/turkey salad no marg - 1 water
1.30pm MRP /fruit
3.pm BAGEL WITH FRUIT
6PM 2 HOUR TRAINING VERY INTENSE IVE FOUND THE BAGEL GIVES ME GOOD ENERGY FOR THIS SESSION AFTER A LOT OF NO ENERGY SESSIONS ANY IDEAS HERE WOULD BE GOOD!
8PM WHEY IN WATER/ TUNA SWEETCORN JACKET POTA, VEG,


ON THAI BOXING NIGHTS IM EATING LATE SO IM NOT SURE IF I SHOULD BE HAVING JACKET POTAT? AND I LEAVE THE WHEY OFF BECAUSE I HAVE EATEN SO LATE.
SO FAR THINGS ARE GOING OK ITS ONLY 3 WEEKS IN SO IM NOT EXPECTING MIRICLES
I WAS 13 STONE - BF 25 - 26%
IM NOW 12 STONE 8.8 ISH - BF 22 - 23%
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    ToxicToffee
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    RE: Diet 3 weeks in , 2005/08/04 11:52:13 (permalink)
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    ditch the oats pre cardio IMO
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    RE: Diet 3 weeks in , 2005/08/04 12:48:53 (permalink)
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    3.pm BAGEL WITH FRUIT
    6PM 2 HOUR TRAINING VERY INTENSE IVE FOUND THE BAGEL GIVES ME GOOD ENERGY FOR THIS SESSION AFTER A LOT OF NO ENERGY SESSIONS ANY IDEAS HERE WOULD BE GOOD!


    Do you do the THAI BOXING simply for weight loss/enjoyment or are serious about performance?

    Either way I would eat more food before a 2 Hr session if they are very intense. You are going 5 hours without food plus doing very intense exercise - not ideal IMO.

    Also, I don't see any fat in your diet. I am suprised ToxicToffee didn't pick up on it - but maybe he is getting tired of repeating himself.

    You can probably judge whether you are eating correctly by your energy levels, your performance and whether you are moving in the right direction towards your goals.

    There are some further things im personally not too keen on about your diet - but if its working for you then you may not want to change it - everyone is different.

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    RE: Diet 3 weeks in , 2005/08/04 13:45:56 (permalink)
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    the thai boxing is semi serious, i love to train very hard and maybe fight next year, i find it hard to train on a full stomach, i know my fats are a porblem i do eat pumkin seeds through the day, is there another fat i can put in , i know on my fish days im ok,
    and if there is further thing on the diet u dont like please tell me
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    RE: Diet 3 weeks in , 2005/08/04 14:23:25 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: massFactor


    Also, I don't see any fat in your diet. I am suprised ToxicToffee didn't pick up on it - but maybe he is getting tired of repeating himself.



    the comment i made above was the first port of call
    if i were going to go to town it would include the fat rant along with a few other issues including adequate fuelling for boxing and more real food if possible

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    RE: Diet 3 weeks in , 2005/08/04 15:17:35 (permalink)
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    What should i be eating before boxing?
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    RE: Diet 3 weeks in , 2005/08/04 15:22:05 (permalink)
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    more carbs before boxing for fuel
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    RE: Diet 3 weeks in , 2005/08/04 15:22:38 (permalink)
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    shift the carbs around so you load up at times of activity and cut back at sedentary times
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    RE: Diet 3 weeks in , 2005/08/04 15:40:29 (permalink)
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    would malt loaf be ok before training quite high is carbs and no cooking involved,
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    RE: Diet 3 weeks in , 2005/08/04 15:58:52 (permalink)
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    @ ToxicToffee

    Wasn't implying you had missed it - I'm just used to seeing "more fat." in your first reply.


    @ mick


    As said above, your AM cardio may be better off done after a small amount of whey.

    Then maybe followed up 45 mins later with a PRO/FAT meal. Do a search for "AM Cardio" with posts from ToxicToffee - its been covered loads of times and his suggested route has worked recently for me.


    Further points...

    Consume a meal every 2-3 hours - I base mine around a protein source and add other things depending on time of day and what im doing.
    eg 3.pm fruit smoothie - isnt a meal IMO


    What time do you go to bed? Slow release protein needed here. If its at 9.30, then whey in skimmed milk is ok... but whey and flax would be better IMO.

    You need to get some food in before the 2hr boxing sesh - Could you eat something an hour before?

    You didnt mention fish in the diet you posted... what sort of fish? how often?

    Good reads on fat...

    http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/m_457827/mpage_1/key_list/tm.htm#457827

    http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/article-essential-fatty-acids.asp

    To help you decide what to include.



    Probably enough there for starters.

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    RE: Diet 3 weeks in , 2005/08/04 17:08:29 (permalink)
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    hi thanks for all info much apriciated!!! and i have tuna every thai boxing night with a little onion in jacket pot with veg etc, does that sound ok even though it is late?
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    RE: Diet 3 weeks in , 2005/08/05 12:51:07 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: mick

    hi thanks for all info much apriciated!!! and i have tuna every thai boxing night with a little onion in jacket pot with veg etc, does that sound ok even though it is late?


    If your having the tuna to cover you EFA intake (you said you were covered on Fish days above), I'd rethink if I were you.

    I count tuna as a protein source not a source of EFA's (although I think id does contain a small amount).

    Swap for an oily fish like mackerel for EFA's (but I personally wouldnt have it directly after a 2HR boxing session)

    Personally wouldn't have the Jacket Potato - would opt for (wholemeal)pasta / brown or basmatti rice... something like that.

    would malt loaf be ok before training quite high is carbs and no cooking involved,


    Err... Not sure. Whats in it?

    Its quite sweet isnt't it? Probably alot of sugar.

    Plus if you just had the maltloaf - there would be no protein... not a complete meal.

    I'd go for something like (wholemeal)pasta / brown or basmatti rice / oats etc

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