View Full Version : what about this dieT?!@?
07-19-2003, 07:50 PM
1 cup oatmeal w/ 1% milk
1 Whey shake
4 eggs, 2 just whites
2 pieces of bread
Pasta or Rice with olive oil (Both fill up a plate)
Glass or two of milk + water
Whey Shake + some honey (pre workout)
2 Whey shakes
1 tblspoon of honey
A small plate of pasta with olive oil
Some greens...like green beans or spinach
A steak or chicken breast
Peanut butter and water or milk
I'm 165 , 6'2 looking to GAIN weight, I wanna be 190 hehehe
I started at 150 ish, and the biggest I have ever been was 175
07-19-2003, 07:50 PM
what are your goals? stats?
07-19-2003, 07:54 PM
are those enough stats?
AND I WANNA be 190 By christmas hehehe...
07-19-2003, 09:43 PM
all-in-all it looks pretty good. but for post-workout, i'd try to just have a whey shake mixed in water with a high GI carb like dextrose or maltodextrin, so that you can have it as a liquid meal. then maybe an hour later have a regular meal.
also, i dont think there is too much of a need for the honey pre-workout. i'd just go with a normal meal if its possble.
07-19-2003, 10:59 PM
nice, thanks...I don't really count my calories, cause I have a lot of snacks during the day and I can't keep track of them, but do you think that's enough calories for me to get bigger? I get skinny realllly easily. I definitely gotta get that malto dextrin stuff.
07-20-2003, 04:50 AM
Might want to add in more essential fatty acids to your diet. Maybe susbstitute some oily fish like salmon into one of your meals or supplement with fish oil or flaxseed oil.
A pre-workout shake is definitely beneficial, and IMO it should contain a small amount of protein and carbs. You could go with ~10-15g of whey and ~25-35g of carbs (maltodextrin) mixed in a small amount of water about 30 minutes before training.
Post workout would be more of the same. ~50g of carbs and ~25g or protein consumed immediately after training. Save the whole food for the next scheduled meal, which would be eaten ~90 minutes after finishing your post workout shake.
Also get some protein in with that last meal.:)
07-20-2003, 04:52 AM
Originally posted by jcny19x
nice, thanks...I don't really count my calories, cause I have a lot of snacks during the day and I can't keep track of them, but do you think that's enough calories for me to get bigger
If you do not notice any weight gain after a week or two just increase cals slightly. Add in a little more food to a couple of your meals.
07-20-2003, 04:08 PM
thanks bradley, i juss wanna say (even though everyone knows), you are the man
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