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Hi guys.

Just of late i have not had the oppertunity to train and eat as i would like (past 3 weeks gue to ill health in the family). So i am getting ready to get back into it. I wondered what you all felt about my plan. Any comments and suggesstions are welcome as i appreciate the help.

Diet

9:30 am - Two or three weetabix in semi-skimmed milk

10.30am - Whey Shake (Made with milk - i dont like it with water)

1.00 pm - Jacket Potato with chilli (or beans or chicken tikka)

3.00 pm - Chicken Sandwich (Two Rounds)

8.00pm - Whey Shake with a chicken meal and rice or pasta (or sometimes potatoes)


Training

I follow religously a 3 day a week program every mon, wed, fri.

Mondays : see me do Chest and Back

Wednesday : i concentrate on arms

And fridays : legs and maybe a bit of chest again (bench)

I also try to get out for a 30 minute run on the tues and thurs.

My main goals is to build muscle. Not to concerned about getting ripped yet but would not like to look fat.

As i already mentioned any comments or advice would be greatly appreciated.

I have been training for about 3 years now and have made some good gains but my diet has never been good and it is only know i am planning a good diet.

(Just a thought - would the odd eca stack be a good idea every now and then (too keep fat off) - or should i save that for when i am trying to rip up.)
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    RE: ScottB's Journal 2003/05/12 16:49:31 (permalink)
    Hi bro....

    OK. I don't like the 5 hour gap between 3-8 without eating you need something there, an MRP perhaps if whole food isn't an option. I owuld also like to see a light something in after 8 and before you go to bed.

    Your routine doesn't mention delts, and I don't like the addition of chest in with legs, mondays session should do you.

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    RE: ScottB's Journal 2003/05/12 17:16:38 (permalink)
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    Hi bro....

    OK. I don't like the 5 hour gap between 3-8 without eating you need something there, an MRP perhaps if whole food isn't an option. I owuld also like to see a light something in after 8 and before you go to bed.

    Your routine doesn't mention delts, and I don't like the addition of chest in with legs, mondays session should do you.

    Dirty




    Thanxs for the comments Dirty. If i was to just drop chest on fridays and make it legs only. What day would you suggest delts. I occasionally do them at the end of an arm workout but it not something i do all to often to be honest with u.

    Would you think a whey shake would be good at about 9.30/10.00. Would it be alright even though it would be made with milk (semiskinned) because i really cant stand it with water.

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    RE: ScottB's Journal 2003/05/12 17:31:37 (permalink)
    For delts, a nice and simple routine would be Seated Press, Side Lateral Raises and Upright Rows. You could stick them in after your leg session on a Froday.

    As for the shake, a slower absorbing protein is optimum prior to sleeping due to the extened time without food, however the milk does aid this with the whey and should be fine.
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