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liquidmonkey
02-08-2010, 03:11 AM
i workout 4 times a week with high intensity workouts.
my goal is to gain another 5kilos by may.

is this good eating?
7:30 breakfast
9:30 shake = 687kcal + milk + banana (gainer pro from star nutrition)
12:00 lunch
15:00 workout
17:00 shake = 687kcal + milk + banana (gainer pro from star nutrition)
19:00 dinner
22:00 snack

i'm not sure how many kcal my other meals give me but i generally have oatmeal for breakfast, sandwiches for lunch and some form of pasta, meat, chicken breast, rice combo for dinner.
snacks are generally fruit.

is that shake i take, really giving me 6870+ calories?!?!?!?
and i've currently gone off of creatine but will start again in a week and that to my shake as well.

thanks!

Kessy
02-08-2010, 03:49 AM
I would leave out the 22.00 snack.

Mercuryblade
02-08-2010, 09:45 AM
I would leave out the 22.00 snack.

Given that the OP has no mention of many calories are in his other meals, there is no basis for this statement whatsoever.

Daniel Roberts
02-08-2010, 09:52 AM
i workout 4 times a week with high intensity workouts.
my goal is to gain another 5kilos by may.

is this good eating?
7:30 breakfast
9:30 shake = 687kcal + milk + banana (gainer pro from star nutrition)
12:00 lunch
15:00 workout
17:00 shake = 687kcal + milk + banana (gainer pro from star nutrition)
19:00 dinner
22:00 snack

i'm not sure how many kcal my other meals give me but i generally have oatmeal for breakfast, sandwiches for lunch and some form of pasta, meat, chicken breast, rice combo for dinner.
snacks are generally fruit.

is that shake i take, really giving me 6870+ calories?!?!?!?
and i've currently gone off of creatine but will start again in a week and that to my shake as well.

thanks!

I answered the 687kcal question in your other thread.

This isn't good eating - you know nothing of your intake bar the shakes, and even they you're unclear about.

Good eating is knowing how many calories you need to take in each day and doing that consistently. It doesn't matter how many times you need to eat to get that total in.

skinnylegs
02-09-2010, 11:39 AM
Like others have said, I think it is important that you eat the right stuff for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Otherwise, all will be for naught. Maybe you can provide more details about what you are eating?