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munderw00
04-17-2010, 09:52 PM
Stats:

Height: 5'8
Weight: 165
BF%: ~11%
Age: 17

Breakfast:
2 Chicken Biscuits
2 8oz glasses of fat free milk

Post-Workout:
2 scoops of whey
2 8oz glasses of fat free milk

Lunch:
4 8oz glasses of fat free milk
2 Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches
1 small serving of cafeteria fries
1 serving of fruit/vegetables

Dinner:
2 8oz glasses of skim milk
1/2lb of Spaghetti w/ sauce
1 serving of fruits/vegetables

Snack:
Maybe a bowl of ice cream or popcorn

Before bed:
8oz of skim milk
1 scoop of peanut butter
1-2 tbsps of extra virgin olive oil
2 scoops of whey

thanks in advance

notes* everything is pretty typical except dinner, dinner usually varies

The Gasman UK
04-18-2010, 04:53 AM
Ok for bulking up- is that your goal? Could be a bit cleaner but somtimes you gotta shovel down the cr@p to get the calories in. I would defo add in some servings of green veggies for the antioxidant and vitamin content, you don't wanna sell short your heart you only get one. Perhaps increase the amount you eat for breakfast?

VikingWarlord
04-18-2010, 08:25 AM
Since you haven't been bothered to post a lot of relevant information, it's easy to see you also haven't bothered to read the forum for the plethora of information that many of us spend a lot of time writing up for other people.

Just as I tell everyone else that makes the same newbie error, there are people that do this for a living, and a very GOOD living. Asking the same question time and time again without doing any of your own research shows little regard for those of us that do what we can. Show us you've put in some effort on your own to learn and you'll be more likely to get help with more specific questions.

munderw00
04-18-2010, 09:40 AM
Since you haven't been bothered to post a lot of relevant information, it's easy to see you also haven't bothered to read the forum for the plethora of information that many of us spend a lot of time writing up for other people.

Just as I tell everyone else that makes the same newbie error, there are people that do this for a living, and a very GOOD living. Asking the same question time and time again without doing any of your own research shows little regard for those of us that do what we can. Show us you've put in some effort on your own to learn and you'll be more likely to get help with more specific questions.

Thank you for taking the time to write-up all the tips and suggestions! You rock!

And no **** I've looked, I was just looking for suggestions on MY diet. But thanks for wasting both your and my time.

munderw00
04-18-2010, 09:41 AM
Ok for bulking up- is that your goal? Could be a bit cleaner but somtimes you gotta shovel down the cr@p to get the calories in. I would defo add in some servings of green veggies for the antioxidant and vitamin content, you don't wanna sell short your heart you only get one. Perhaps increase the amount you eat for breakfast?

Thank you! Yeah I know I need to increase the amount of veggies and antioxidants. Any suggestions on meats I can incorporate?

Yeti Sandwich
04-18-2010, 10:16 AM
Thank you for taking the time to write-up all the tips and suggestions! You rock!

And no **** I've looked, I was just looking for suggestions on MY diet. But thanks for wasting both your and my time.


Thank you! Yeah I know I need to increase the amount of veggies and antioxidants. Any suggestions on meats I can incorporate?

So if you've looked around the site, I assume you found the "what a bodybuilder eats" article which gives ideas for quality protein sources.

http://www.wannabebig.com/forums/showthread.php?t=46565

You're getting a lot of smart-ass responses because you're posting questions that have been answered ad nauseam on the site.

Off Road
04-18-2010, 11:26 AM
The relevant pieces information that the guys are looking for are:
What are your goals with this diet?
What are your maintenance calories?
What changes are you looking to make to it?
How long have you tried it and what have been your outcomes?

munderw00
04-18-2010, 02:47 PM
The relevant pieces information that the guys are looking for are:
What are your goals with this diet?
What are your maintenance calories?
What changes are you looking to make to it?
How long have you tried it and what have been your outcomes?

Goal for this diet is a recomp. Maintenance is roughly ~2500cals. I am looking to clean up the garbage and learn new healthy alternatives to sub into my diet. I have been on this diet for about 6 weeks and have lost 1-2% BF without cardio.

Off Road
04-18-2010, 03:12 PM
Do you know the calorie and macro nutrient quantities of the posted diet?