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Rock - Cilmbing Diet: Critique Please.

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Rock - Cilmbing Diet: Critique Please.

Hi Guys,

I've been 'training' for 20 years. Average bodyweight 75-80kg @ 6' 3". 15 - 20% BF.

Goals: Always wanted to improve strength to weight ratio for rock - climbing, but supplimented this with weights, 4 x per week, split routines. Natural Ectomorph. Would like to achieve 70kg/sub 10% BF.

Current diet:

5:00 Wake - Pint tea, 30ml skimmed milk
6:00 Work, fairly physical job (cheesemaking): basically unfuelled cardio.
9:00 Meal 1: 200g Tin Pink Salmon/half bag salad leaves/Cup of tea, spot of milk.
12:00 Meal 2: 120g Tin Sardines in oil (drained) half bag salad leaves/Cup of tea, spot of milk.
14:00 Finish work
14:15 Pint Strong black coffee
15:00 - 16:30 10 mile fell - run through the Peak District, steady pace, but variable heartrate due to hill climbs/descents.
17:00 Pint coffee, spot of milk/4 whole egg omlette/half onion.
18:00 Either Climbing or Training. Training may be:
a) Campus Board: Footless climbing up wooden rungs above a doorframe - 10 sets, max reps, 3 min rest between sets.
b) Pull-ups on a bar: One - arm locked positions at chin level/90 degrees/120 degrees plus assisted one arm pull ups.
19:00 Whey in 20ml low cal orange squash/5g leucine.
20:00 200g steak or chicken/half jar low-fat Rogan Josh sauce/Steamed broccoli & fresh tomatoes & carrots.
22:00 (this is where I'm not sure)
a) One day 200g cottage cheese/fresh clove garlic (okay?)
b) Every other day 200g All Bran/handful sultanas/15g cocoa powder/Candrel powdered sweetner/300ml skimmed milk.

Basically, the All Bran thing gives me an alternate day carb-up which blunts my natural choc/biscuit cravings. I am slowly losing weight 1-2 lbs/week and gaining definition with this regime. I gave up booze 9 months ago. I have, in the past, had almost Bulimic binges on chocolate/Biscuits.

General critique please. Also, one concern of mine is, does all the roughage late at night, push the PPWO protein out of my system before its properly digested. I do have a monumental crap at about 7:00 am.

Cheers,
HD.
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    cLaTTeReD
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    RE: Rock - Cilmbing Diet: Critique Please. 2007/06/18 14:22:47 (permalink)
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    why would you need a specific diet for rock climbing lol

    just eat plenty complex carbs and protein

    do you know a good diet for car maintanane btw ?
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    RE: Rock - Cilmbing Diet: Critique Please. 2007/07/03 01:05:48 (permalink)
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    concerned by the lack of carbs especially with you doing the long run as well
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    RE: Rock - Cilmbing Diet: Critique Please. 2007/07/04 15:01:31 (permalink)
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    You need more carbs first thing

    This may be of interest http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/article-power-weight-ratio.aspx
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    RE: Rock - Cilmbing Diet: Critique Please. 2007/07/04 21:28:04 (permalink)
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    more food 1st thing you're going 4hrs b4 you 1st eat something
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    RE: Rock - Cilmbing Diet: Critique Please. 2007/07/04 23:07:14 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: James

    You need more carbs first thing

    This may be of interest http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/article-power-weight-ratio.aspx


    Cheers James/Lost/Jim.

    Started including a 'quick' microwaved porridge breakfast, consisting of 70g Oats, 3 whole eggs, tspn cocoa powder, tbsp canderel, skimmed milk. Added more carbs PPWO as well.

    Energy levels/strength definately up. Definition up. Weightloss plateau at the moment, but not the main issue, as long as power to weight ratio continues to improve.

    HD.
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