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Diet help need a kick up the arse!

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2011/03/20 15:49:07 (permalink)

Diet help need a kick up the arse!

Hello lads
 
Been training now for around 2 years and gone from around 9 and half to 12 stone I'm only 5'8 so it looks a little heavier I no some of this is muscle but certainly put a bit of chub on.
 
I have never cut before always bulked so for the last two years my diets have always been pretty similar to below.
 
Now Im looking to maintain a clean bulk and maybe just lean up a bit
  
Meal 1 porridge and protein shake  and fruit multi vit and 2 fish oils caps
 
 Meal 2       4 egg whites 2 slices brown bread
 
Meal 3 2 chicken breasts and half cup brown rice and mayo
 
Meal 4 2 whole eggs Pre work out
 
 Meal 5 protein shake oats and flax seed After Training
 
 Meal 6 1 cup brown pasta with 2 breast chicken or 250g mince with a sauce.
 
And Protein shake before bed.
 
 Could anyone critique this certainly has a few major holes in it?
 
Thanks  in advance
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    Re:Diet help need a kick up the arse! 2011/03/20 19:46:37 (permalink)
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    Re:Diet help need a kick up the arse! 2011/03/20 20:24:16 (permalink)
    Not enough healthy fats. Add some linseeds to your porridge or some nuts with your snacks.
    You need carbs before training.
    Aim for 1.5g of protein per lb of lean bodymass, then work out how many carbs you need. Then monitor your weight and adjust.
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