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hoagies
10-29-2005, 04:49 PM
m1 - 3 scrambled egges 4 pieces of whole wheat toast

m2 - granola bar or banana ( hard because im at school

m3 - 2 turkey sandwiches with mustard on whole wheat bread. 1 cup brown rice 1 banana

WORKOUT

m4 - 1 scoop creatine, 1 scoop whey with skim milk, 2 teaspoons natty pb.

m5 - 10 ounces chicken, sometimes pasta

m6 - 1 scoop whey with skim milk only, 1 scoop creatine

m7 - 1/2 cup cottage cheese

i workout out around 4-5 times a week. cardio 2 times a week.
im looking to gain muscle mass with gaining as little unnecessary fat as possible. any suggestions?

i consume around 1 to 1 1/2 gallons water a day.

spencerjrus
10-29-2005, 05:54 PM
m1 - 3 scrambled egges 4 pieces of whole wheat toast

m2 - granola bar or banana ( hard because im at school

m3 - 2 turkey sandwiches with mustard on whole wheat bread. 1 cup brown rice 1 banana

WORKOUT

m4 - 1 scoop creatine, 1 scoop whey with skim milk, 2 teaspoons natty pb.

m5 - 10 ounces chicken, sometimes pasta

m6 - 1 scoop whey with skim milk only, 1 scoop creatine

m7 - 1/2 cup cottage cheese

i workout out around 4-5 times a week. cardio 2 times a week.
im looking to gain muscle mass with gaining as little unnecessary fat as possible. any suggestions?

i consume around 1 to 1 1/2 gallons water a day.


Looks alright, I would go to fitday.com and put in an average days food and make sure you are getting 1g protein per LB/LBM and .05g healthy fats per LB. Make sure you are supplementing with flax/fish oil. (some type of EFA's) I would also eat less carbs for more fat/protein, but thats just me. I see nothing glaringly wrong with your diet.

hoagies
10-29-2005, 06:01 PM
yea.. i take fish oil and a multivitamin every day.

Built
10-29-2005, 07:49 PM
Ditch the granola bar - eat some almonds or walnuts with your banana instead. I buy 'em bulk, raw, toss 'em in a baggie.

Unreal
10-29-2005, 08:07 PM
Veggies and greens.

WaterWalker
10-30-2005, 09:42 PM
Is the natty pb part of your post-workout meal? If so, I would suggest moving it.

Geeper
10-31-2005, 12:05 PM
Wow, not bad... usually a review my diet is frightening and scary, but like Built said, other than the bar it's pretty good

reeffish
10-31-2005, 12:53 PM
It kind of depends on the granola bar. What are it's stats? Really, saying you can't have a good granola bar on a bulk is a little extreme...

I eat them on a cut too and have no problem losing 2 pounds a week.

ryuage
10-31-2005, 01:00 PM
nature valley peanut butter granola bars = yummy

Built
10-31-2005, 01:10 PM
Hey, if they don't make you hungry, and you're hitting your macros, go for it. But they're basically just cookies.