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2007/06/07 12:39:43 (permalink)

Diet please help

Hi guys always had a crap diet with eating rubbish and really trying to sort it out. Im 5ft 11" and weight 72kg. My aim is to build muscle and bulk up. I am about to start this routine and hope to make some good gains http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/mahler74.htm

I copied and pasted the diet from the top and made a few alterations to it and hope that it is still ok. Please can you comment on anything I need to change or am having too much of as before my diet was basically no breakfast, sandwich for lunch and Sainsbury pizza for dinner.

Thanks for your help guys I am going to post up a journal of before the training and diet and after the 16 weeks of the routine.


Wake 6:30

6:30am
1 scoop Progain 20g

7:00 breakfast
large bowl wholewheat breakfast cereal with 1/3 pint skimmed milk + sugar 15g
2 slices wholemeal bread toasted + olive oil spread 22g
½ portion weight gain drink with water
100ml orange juice

10:30
sandwich wholemeal bread, olive oil spread, ham 25g
fruit

12:30
tuna (95g) 27g
½ small chicken breast (60g) 18g
4 slices wholemeal bread + olive oil spread
salad

15:00
sandwich wholemeal bread, olive oil spread, chicken 25g
drink of skimmed milk - 1/3 pint 7g
fruit

16:50
1 scoop Progain in water 27g

TRAIN 19:00

19:30 (after training)
2 scoops Progain 40g

20:30
1 chicken breast (120g) 18g
200g boiled brown rice
or 350g boiled wholewheat pasta

22:00
1 Scoop Progain 25g


Total Protein 320g
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    RE: Diet please help 2007/06/07 13:58:39 (permalink)
    Breakfast looks a lot.

    What cereal are you using? ? ?

    10.30am - Lose the ham here and replace with chicken, turkey, steak, etc...

    12.30pm - 95 grams of tuna will not yield 27 grams of protein.

    16.50pm - No need for the progain here, move it nearer to training.

    Pre workout - add some more carbs in here with the progain.

    PPWO - Too many carbs there if that is uncooked weight, reduce that.

    22.00 - Lose the whey and replace with solid, lean protein from egg whites, etc... Also add some healthy fats here from flax oil, seeds, nuts, natural peanut butter, oily fish, etc...
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    RE: Diet please help 2007/06/07 14:11:02 (permalink)
    I have altered it to the way you have said.

    I am having wheatabix is that ok?

    Cheers
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    RE: Diet please help 2007/06/07 14:12:47 (permalink)
    How many weetabix at breakfast? ? ?
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    RE: Diet please help 2007/06/07 14:14:19 (permalink)
    2 is that enough?
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    RE: Diet please help 2007/06/07 16:55:08 (permalink)
    If you are having the bread at breakfast too, then it is fine.
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