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MrMuscle
11-05-2001, 09:53 AM
As some of you know ive just started training with a girlfriend of mine. and she is working really hard, and is very dedicated. now im planning on fixing a diet for her..but i wanna see a diet suggestion from each and every one of you. she is a single mother for 2 girls, so she isnt overflowing with cash. so for now, she is not gonna use protein powders as a protein source. try making it "cheap" so that the poor girl doesnt eat herself out of house and home. she is a small eater..she doesnt eat much at all.so we gotta change that so that she starts adding some muscle..she is 1.62cm tall and 57kg. she has a very nice build. please spend some time and device a diet for her..i would appriciate it very much..im also gonna post this at elite just to see what kinda response i get...

oh and i dont think i have to mention this..but she is NOT juicing.

ericg
11-05-2001, 10:48 AM
Originally posted by MrMuscle
.........she is 1.62cm tall and ...........

Dam almost as tall as Shaq!!

MrMuscle
11-05-2001, 11:33 AM
lol sorry about that 165cm

Spiderman
11-05-2001, 11:49 AM
So she's 5'3" and about 125 lbs. Ok...well, thats pretty good actually... thinkin we can help ya out here.... let us think on it. ;)

Reinier
11-05-2001, 02:48 PM
the metric system is the most logical and easy way.
miles, inches feet pounds are all blelch *cough*

Reinier
11-05-2001, 02:49 PM
btw 162 cm is not 5"3 but 5"4

smalls
11-05-2001, 02:59 PM
membership to costco...booyah,
milk=cheap
tuna=cheaper
chicken=not as cheap
deli meat
fish--all good protein sources(some cheaper than others)
If she could live off brown rice as a carb source she would be set.
25lb bag=5 frickin dollors (I think)
wheat bread,
big bags of oatmeal (but i dont think costco has instant, so its a little more tedious to cook. but oats anywhere are pretty dang cheap.
hope that helps.:)