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2011/03/30 14:45:49 (permalink)
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Diet guidance - full details

Back again...
 
Ok so armed with all my drifting in and out knowledge (which may not be much!) here goes:
 
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175lbs
 
I've been using 'myfitnesspal' to monitor what I'm eating so I'm going to post my days actives together with macros.  Can someone have a look at it and let me know what they think?
 
http://www.myfitnesspal.c./food/diary/thetaxdoctor
 
Timings:
Breakfast - 7.30am
Snack - 11.00am
Train (cardio) - swimming 1.00pm
Lunch - 2.00pm
Snack - 4.30pm
Dinner - 7.30
Train (weights) - 9.00pm
Snack - PWO shake
Snack - 10.30pm
 
Thanks for reading!! :0)
post edited by The Destroyer - 2011/03/30 14:53:15
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    Re:Diet guidance - full details 2011/03/30 14:47:19 (permalink)
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    Damn that looked far better when I was creating it!
    post edited by The Destroyer - 2011/03/30 14:52:02
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    Re:Diet guidance - full details 2011/03/30 14:51:05 (permalink)
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    Edited first post!
    post edited by The Destroyer - 2011/03/30 14:54:36
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    Re:Diet guidance - full details 2011/03/30 15:50:07 (permalink)
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    What are your goals? Aims? How often do you train? Need a bit of background mate as diets are tailored accordingly.
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    Re:Diet guidance - full details 2011/03/30 16:28:27 (permalink)
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    I'm glad you asked that, becuase that's exactly why I've left those details out - I'm not sure what my goals should be.
     
    Basically I'm training as often as I can.  Swimming Mon-Fri.  Weights 2 maybe 3 times a week.
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    Re:Diet guidance - full details 2011/03/30 16:32:58 (permalink)
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    The Destroyer

    I'm glad you asked that, becuase that's exactly why I've left those details out - I'm not sure what my goals should be.

    Basically I'm training as often as I can.  Swimming Mon-Fri.  Weights 2 maybe 3 times a week.

     
    Then I'm not entirely sure what your question is mate? If you mean is your diet suitable, then suitable for what? Do you mean maintenance? In general? I'm confused.
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    Re:Diet guidance - full details 2011/03/30 16:41:04 (permalink)
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    I'm confused! lol
     
    I guess I'm saying what is my diet suitable for?
     
    My MBR is c2100 cals per day.  Desk job.
     
    I guess I am trying to cut as I'm aiming for 500 cals less per day.
     
    My upper body is fairly toned but I have a small fatty bit in the middle.  In a perfect world I want to do what everyone wants - strip fat and gain lean muscle.  I know this can't be done so I'm wondering whether I should 'bulk' into my small middle or just cut?
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    Re:Diet guidance - full details 2011/03/31 10:47:05 (permalink)
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    Todays intake now added to my diary.
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    Re:Diet guidance - full details 2011/03/31 16:10:09 (permalink)
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    Has anyone had a look?
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    Re:Diet guidance - full details 2011/03/31 16:15:00 (permalink)
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    I'm asking, simply, what are you trying to achieve from you diet? If you were to say 'I want to bulk' then I'd say your diet would not achieve that, if you're looking to cut, then providing you put in the cardio and have a sensible diet, I don't see why you wouldn't be able to shift the weight.
     
    I want to do what everyone wants - strip fat and gain lean muscle. I know this can't be done

     
    Why not?
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    Re:Diet guidance - full details 2011/03/31 16:34:06 (permalink)
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    Ryzo, have you looked at my diary?  Of the foods that are displayed there are the macros about right?  I'm trying to find new foods and develop my diet and eating habbits all the time and have found this app to be quite useful but if it's churning out rubbish there's not much point in using it is there.
     
    You ask "why not" - I thought you can't do this because to gain muscle you need to eat more cals than you burn and you cut fat the oppiste?
     
    I think what I am looking to do is keep hold of the muscle I have and cut the BF% down a bit more so presumably I am there or there abouts with my current overall plan i.e. the diet on my diary, 5 days cardio and 2 weight sessions of a A B split (A) being chest, tris and legs (B) being back, bis and shoulders all consisting of 3 x 10 with weight on really effort for last 2 reps.
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    Re:Diet guidance - full details 2011/04/04 11:00:20 (permalink)
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