View Full Version : Critique my new cut plan please?

09-19-2005, 01:48 AM
i'm 6'0 tall and about 210 lb i think its around 24% bf

trying to cut down 15-20 lb of fat by christmas
i work out 3 times a week and walk a hellovalot on campus
i have only 17.50 to spend daily at the student market and cant grill or cook anything in my room

Meal 1
0.5 cup rolled oats
1 scoop whey

Meal 2
6 oz Chicken Breast

Meal 3
california rolls (fish, rice, seaweed)


Meal 4 (about half an hour after workout)
2 scoops whey
2.8 oz raison bran crunch
0.5 cup milk
1 tsp natty pb

Meal 5
6 oz chicken breast
1.75 oz almonds
2 cups garden salad (no dressing)

Meal 6 (pre bed)
0.5 cup cottage cheese

Comes out to 2182 alories
30% (70g) fat
30% (169g) carbs
40% (212g) protein

tear it up please :] :ninja: :ninja: :evillaugh

09-19-2005, 01:59 AM
1. Too few calories
2. Ditch the raisin bran crunch. Eat more oatmeal.
3. More vegetables and fruits. I see none.
4. More healthy fat (fish oil, mono - put olive oil and vinegar on your salad etc.)
5. Did I say to eat more food? Yeah, eat more food.
6. Eat more vegetables. You should be eating some now.
7. Nutrient timing!!!! After your workout, get in your raisin bran crunch if you like it. Have two cups or so with some skim milk and protein.
8. Ditch the soy milk. Soy has all kinds of problems with it.
9. Are you using any condiments!? How can you eat PLAIN chicken breast?
10. Where's fish/steak etc. in this?
11. And I hope you're not drinking alcohol while cutting :)

09-19-2005, 02:25 AM
thanks for the list of things to fix haha

btw i do eat plain chicken breast
hahah i jsut wolf it down.. not too bad

i cant eat steak or fish becuase i cant buy it and cook it myself and the places that serve them on campus are greasy and i duno the nutrition info of tjhem

and i have 1 salad.. albeit small..

and i thought that some soy protein was good in your diet?

09-19-2005, 02:46 AM
Soy has some highly estrogenic properties. Not good when you're trying to hold onto muscle. My only concern is that this diet seems very limited in food selection. I'd like to see you have some taste and variety. I know - being on campus sucks. I used to pound almonds and beef jerky like crazy.

What you might want to do is ask the food prep campus people to do some made to order stuff, and tip them for their help. I did this at my campus eatery and the chefs were happy to oblige. And BTW, make that a big salad :)

09-19-2005, 02:51 AM
hmm the only problem with going to the food prep people is that it costs 9.50 to get inside the place (where its all you can eat) and that would force me to eat everything in one sitting and wont be able to eat much the rest of the day :\