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Diet for cutting

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2006/07/09 17:35:07 (permalink)

Diet for cutting

Stats:
weight: 210lbs
Height: 5ft 8
bf: around 25-30%
Occupation: Law student, so I can pretty much sit on my arse all day and not have to do anything that requires effort!

Diet
7am milk (568ml), oats (50g), yoguart (100g), 1000ml water
10am whey (25g), banana, 250ml water
1pm Turkey (145g), egg, tomato, lettuce, cucumber, 1000ml water
4pm whey (25g), banana, 250ml water
7pm chickein (200g), mayo, brocelli, spinich, vit c/vit e/flax, 1000ml water
10pm Tuna (135g)

1789.5 cals
205 protein

Weights 2 times per week followed by 4 miles of fast paced walking

Routine is: (5x5)
Deadlift
Bench
Press
Row
Curl
Ab work

At the moment i'm more worried about stripping fat off then gaining size.
I want to drop down to 168-175lbs, get bf between 10-15% then starting bulking.

Does my overall diet and training look ok?

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    pauld
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    RE: Diet for cutting 2006/07/09 17:41:57 (permalink)
    What time do you train at?
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    RE: Diet for cutting 2006/07/09 17:43:18 (permalink)
    Not enough protein at 10am and 4pm.

    No great protein source in 7am meal.

    10pm meal is incomplete.

    Lack of efa's apart from Flax in 7pm meal.

    Where's the cardio? ? ? What's your PWO nutrition like when you have done weights? ? ?
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    RE: Diet for cutting 2006/07/09 17:48:58 (permalink)
    What could he have with the tuna before bed OoOGazOoO?
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    RE: Diet for cutting 2006/07/09 17:50:00 (permalink)
    Any healthy fat would be my choice there, given the rest of his diet, and the lack of EFAs.
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    RE: Diet for cutting 2006/07/09 17:51:03 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: OoOGazOoO

    Any healthy fat would be my choice there, given the rest of his diet, and the lack of EFAs.


    Flax seed?
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    RE: Diet for cutting 2006/07/09 17:51:59 (permalink)
    Would be fine.
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    RE: Diet for cutting 2006/07/09 17:53:12 (permalink)
    Thanks for the replys guys.

    I do cardio after weight's, at about 10:30pm

    'No great protein source in 7am meal. '....what do you suggest?

    '10pm meal is incomplete'......what else do I need?

    'Lack of efa's apart from Flax in 7pm meal'. ....what else do I need?

    'What's your PWO nutrition like when you have done weights? ? ?'....PWO is tuna...since im trying to cut do i need any carbs?


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    RE: Diet for cutting 2006/07/09 17:54:18 (permalink)
    Hen you beat me to it!
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    RE: Diet for cutting 2006/07/09 18:00:05 (permalink)
    7 am - quark, cottage cheese, tuna, etc...

    PPWO yes you will need carbs, drop the carbs from PWO and just have whey in water after your weights, then between weights and cardio some more small serving of whey in water, then when you finish, have dextrose/maltodextrin with the whey again.

    Small serving of carbs with solid protein in PPWO.

    7pm - any healthy fat/EFA.

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