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CainMcCloud
11-03-2009, 09:12 PM
Breakfast: Whey Shake w/ 1 School Carton of 2% Milk 52g Protein, 400 avg cals
Lunch: Water, Protein Bar 20g Protein, 200-280 avg cals
Dinner: Water, Meal, V8 Juice, 400-600 avg cals
Snack: Whey Shake w/ 8-12 FL OZ of Skim Milk 52g Protein, 300 avg cals

400+250+500+300=1450 avg cals

Workout days:

Breakfast: Whey Shake w/ 1 School Carton of 2% Milk 52g Protein, 400 avg cals
Lunch: Water, Protein Bar 20g Protein, 200-280 avg cals
Pre-workout: Whey Shake w/ 8-12 FL OZ of Skim Milk 52g Protein, 300 avg cals
Dinner: Water, Meal, V8 Juice, 400-600 avg cals

400+500+300+250=1450 cals

Maintenance: 2513 Calories/day
Fat Loss: 2010 Calories/day
Extreme Fat Loss: 1508 Calories/day
According to this: http://www.freedieting.com/tools/calorie_calculator.htm

So, I should see weight loss, while getting around 150g+ of Protein everyday. I am also on http://www.bodybuilding.com/store/univ/animalpak.html So Vitamin/Mineral wise I should be fine.
I am also taking a 250mg Supplement of B1 for Metabolism, and 1000mg Supplement of Omega 3 Fish Oil for Heart Health/Overall Health.

Do you think this should lead to good Fat Loss results? Critique please.
Also, for Dinner, I might add +100 or +150, depends on what happens, but most likely it'll always be below 1600 cals everyday.

LuNa
11-03-2009, 09:30 PM
First off all, why did you make three topics? Maybe it would be a good idea to actually state in which topic you want your answer, then people answering on all three.

Edit:

To answer your question, what do the rest of your macro's look like? How much fat and carbs are you taking in?

What are your body measurements? Height, weight, amount of exercise in a week.

Calories seem low to me. I would start with the "Fat Loss" amount of calories and adjust from there. The calculator that you have used is very generic and without knowing your maintenance by experience, you might go way to low. 2000 cals is a good number to start at. Give it a couple of weeks and adjust if needed.

Off Road
11-03-2009, 10:17 PM
I'd like to see more solid food.

thereturn
11-03-2009, 10:38 PM
I'd like to see more solid food.

I'd like to see SOME solid food! its all shakes!

try putting some of the usual stuff in there, chicken breast, tuna, cottage cheese, veggies etc.

LuNa
11-04-2009, 12:08 AM
I didnt even really read his quote. 1450 calories with only liquids? Good luck. I would say reread the stickies, if you have done so in the first place and then try again.

Off Road
11-04-2009, 06:38 AM
I am assuming that "meal" listed for dinner is something solid, but it can't be much. I'd replace one of those earlier shakes with some meat. I'd also include some veggies to help clean the pipes and not rely on V8 for that. Extreme methods are a short cut and won't teach you how to be consistant. Don't be in such a hurry, you are young and this is a lifetime pursuit. Learn to eat for your goals and be consistant with your diet and lifting. Otherwise you'll be right back to where you started and will have wasted all of your efforts.

CainMcCloud
11-04-2009, 07:28 PM
Sorry about the 3 topics, my computer said it just kept loading and never went through, so I decided to wait a day and see if that changed anything. I didn't mean to spam, I am asking a mod to delete the other 3 (I made one today without being aware any of them went through yesterday)

Height: 5"6 1/2
Weight: 188 Currently
Exercise: Lift 4x a week, Cardio 2x a week (Cardio is very mild, 2 intense lifting days, 2 mild lifting days)
Macro's I believe is somewhere like 150+g Protein, 80-120 g of Carbs, fat I am not so sure, I will measure up for 2 days and get back to you.
Hmmm, I will heed this advice and watch how my body goes.
@Off Road: Thanks, yea, good idea with more veggies for sure lol. Well, the thing is, our school's meats are usually something super nasty, and terrible for you.