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2006/07/18 17:25:35 (permalink)
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what to get

hi ive been weights on a 3 day split for a few months now and have a little money to get some additions to my diet,
what do you guys suggest i should add suchas powders,oils anything like that would be greatly appreciated.

im 17 just under 6 foot and weight 11, 2 with quite low body fat and am looking to get alot bigger mainly muscle not to much higher fat percentage realy

thanks again jay
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    Nature Boy
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    RE: what to get 2006/07/18 17:32:54 (permalink)
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    Post your current diet, the best thing you can buy and what most people will reccomend is food

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    RE: what to get 2006/07/18 17:38:36 (permalink)
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    You can perhaps benefit from the convenience a protein powder can give you. But you don't really need supplements if you're diet is nailed. You might as well spend the extra money on good food.

    So you can post it up as mentioned above, and we can take a look - see what you may need.

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    RE: what to get 2006/07/18 18:31:13 (permalink)
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    I'd actually recommend that you do get some supplements as they'll really help to enhance your results. For the base, I'd stick to a good protein powder which will ensure that you get enough protein - essential for building muscle. Also a good creatine formula, such as a blend of CEE and monohydrate would be ideal for you.
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    RE: what to get 2006/07/18 20:18:46 (permalink)
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    ive tries the powder creatine didnt realy do much for me not as much as i thought, iu heard your ment to stay on it for a month or two and then have time off as your body naturly makes it but will stop doing so if you keep on creatine for too long???

    i was just interested in uying maybe some egg white powder aswell for ease as my days are never the same for eating time which makes eating protein every 3 hours easyier but also flax, udos oil and some carbs supplements may be helpful im just not up on nutrition.at the moment i havcent got a strict routine i jus try to eat chicken and tuna and pasta when i can i would like to structure a routine so ican guive that to my mother which would make it easyier aswell.

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    RE: what to get 2006/07/18 20:58:45 (permalink)
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    Take a look at the stickies at the top of the diet forum these cover cutting and bulking diets and whilst generic diets they provide a sound structure around which you can base your own diet. Routine is very important in your diet, if your body never knows when its going to be fed, and thinks its likely to starve it will hold on to fats and burn muscle for calories. Not ideal
    Develop a diet, with quantities and post it for review on here. The guys and girls will give you all the pointers required as long as you are capable of clearly defining your objectives.

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    RE: what to get 2006/07/18 23:05:44 (permalink)
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    at the moment,

    815, whey in water

    830, bowel oats and milk,2 scrambled eggs on two 3 toast peice of fruit.

    1015,shake:penut butter milk ect

    1230,chicken peices in a roll or pitta with fruit or tin of tuna and mayo with fruit and scoop of whey in milk.

    330, paster and cheese or rice and jacket potatoe

    5 ish train with water throughout

    then straight after(545) few scoops of whey in water

    615, nuts fruit half can tuna/few chunks of chicken

    800,scoop whey in water

    1100, bed

    please can somone who knows nutrition more than me(most) check that over and aslo add in what things i started the topic about thanks in advance.bulking is my plan lean muscle, i play football alot and am very active if that helps out aswell.
    have quite a low bodyfat %
    as for snacks and drinks sometimes i have sweets or chocolate or the odd pack of crisps and fizzy drinks but nothing over the top i used to eat crap all day every day but never seemed to put on weight or fat.

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    RE: what to get 2006/07/18 23:35:44 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: jay06

    at the moment,

    815, whey in water

    830, bowel oats and milk,2 scrambled eggs on two 3 toast peice of fruit.

    1015,shake:penut butter milk ect

    1230,chicken peices in a roll or pitta with fruit or tin of tuna and mayo with fruit and scoop of whey in milk.

    330, paster and cheese or rice and jacket potatoe incomplete... wheres the protein? vege?

    5 ish train with water throughout

    then straight after(545) few scoops of whey in water couple would be fine (50ml measuring scoops)

    615, nuts fruit half can tuna/few chunks of chicken Good solid meal needed here... for example.. chicken, pasta & vegetables etc

    800,scoop whey in water Incomplete... have something else here (a meal)

    1100, bed Something around 10:30pm too.. pro/fat based



    Its not too bad tbh mate. Lacking EFA's and the normal.. yer damn veges!
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    RE: what to get 2006/07/19 11:10:33 (permalink)
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    cool thanks for looking through that for me, what would you recomend for the last two incomplertes?
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    RE: what to get 2006/07/19 19:04:22 (permalink)
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    3:30pm - Anything as long as the meal itself contains low GI carbs, your protein and good fats.. All to fuel

    8:00pm - If your pretty sedentary throughout the day and are wanting to keep an eye on fat levels, maybe another pro/fat meal... mackeral & egg salad?? tuna salad with flax/olive oil etc... or with veges, even better!
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