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2007/06/15 19:26:09 (permalink)
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Weekend Diet Advice - Non Training Days

Hi,

I'm just wondering how many of you guys are like me, as in: Mon-fri eat really strict the weekend comes and I drink loads (booze) and eat whatever I fancy, Pizza, indian and that sort of thing? I do weights Mon, tue, wed & thursday.

Should I be drinking my protein shakes and eating correctly every 2-3 hours over the weekend and non training days also? How much will this hinder my overall results?

Before you ask, my goals are to gain/maintain muscle mass but loose the gut and see some abs. I'm currently trying to follow a diet from here, the "gain muscle - loose fat" one that Toxic Toffee posted.
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    OoOGazOoO
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    RE: Weekend Diet Advice - Non Training Days 2007/06/15 19:27:16 (permalink)
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    By the sounds of it, you could easily wipe out all your hard work during the week, with your weekend 'style'.
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    ToxicToffee
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    RE: Weekend Diet Advice - Non Training Days 2007/06/15 19:30:33 (permalink)
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    depends how 'good' you want to be

    get pissed, eat crap but eat ok during week = some gains but never the best
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    Rhyso
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    RE: Weekend Diet Advice - Non Training Days 2007/06/16 00:40:12 (permalink)
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    OK, well I guess I better start eating properly on weekends too then.

    Do I just stick to the same diet as during training days then?

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    1ManRiot
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    RE: Weekend Diet Advice - Non Training Days 2007/06/16 00:46:21 (permalink)
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    I used to but I feel I grew out of the whole scene (and "gains" were crap). How old are you? BBing doesn't need to rule your life, enjoy what you enjoy.
    Diet on non training days should generally be the same, minus the PWO obviously. You grow when you are resting and eating so keep it going in.

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    Rhyso
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    RE: Weekend Diet Advice - Non Training Days 2007/06/16 00:53:48 (permalink)
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    I'm 25, I don't want to compete or anything, I've been lifting weights for about 6 years now and never really taken my diet serious at all (I didn't used to eat till about 1pm a couple of months back!). Now I want to make a difference to my body and make it look like i've been doing weights for years! I think my diet has really prevented me from gaining over the years. I want to see how much of a difference a good deit really makes.
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    RE: Weekend Diet Advice - Non Training Days 2007/06/16 00:56:25 (permalink)
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    A good diet is everything! Get it nailed!

    Have you had your diet looked over?

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    RE: Weekend Diet Advice - Non Training Days 2007/06/16 01:04:44 (permalink)
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    I'm doing one Toxic Toffee posted, I've got it printed out and I try and follow it the best I can. Can't remember what it's called. something like loose fat and gain muscle. I'm gunna give it ago and see if it helps. already I can tell I'm eating loads more then I used to. Feels like i'm eating all the time. I've only done it this week so far. I might take some pics and measure the difference over 4 months or something?
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    RE: Weekend Diet Advice - Non Training Days 2007/06/16 01:11:13 (permalink)
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    Dude i can't even tell you how big of a difference it has personally made for me to eat 6-7 meals a day and eliminate alcohol.

    "Children need encouragment. When a child answers a question correctly, tell him it was a lucky guess. This way, he develops a good, lucky feeling."
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