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Leviathan
02-21-2002, 03:15 PM
I've tweaked and edited this thing several times now, but I want to get everyones opinion on it. Again, I'm 6'1" and 180lbs. looking to gain about 20lbs. of lean muscle mass.

7:30 AM

1 NY-TRO PRO-40 CHOCOLATE WITH 2-3 GRAMS GL3 L-GLUTAMINE AND 1/2 SERVING CREATINE HSC AND 16 OUNCES WATER
1 CUP MUSLEI WITH 8 OUNCES SKIM MILK
1 MULTIVITAMIN

10:30 AM

1 CAN TUNA
LETTUCE AND TOMATO
2 SLICES WHEAT BREAD
1 APPLE

1:00 PM

2 GRILLED CHICKEN BREASTS
1 PEELED, BOILED, WHITE-SKINNED POTATO
8 OUNCES WATER

3:00 PM

1 CAN TUNA
LETTUCE AND TOMATO
2 SLICES WHEAT BREAD
1 BANANA

PRE-WORKOUT

2 DYMETADRINE XTREME
2 SCOOPS N-LARGE2 WITH 16 OUNCES WATER

POST-WORKOUT

1 SERVING CREATINE HSC WITH 8-10 GRAMS GL3 MICRONIZED GLUTAMINE AND 16 OUNCES WATER
1 SCOOP VP2 WHEY ISOLATE WITH 1 SCOOP N-LARGE2 AND 16 OUNCES WATER

7:00 PM

8 OUNCES EYE OF ROUND STEAK (LEAN)
1.5 CUPS GARDEN SALAD (LETTUCE & TOMATO)
1 PEELED, BOILED, WHITE-SKINNED POTATO
8 OUNCES WATER
1 MULTIVITAMIN

10:00 PM

1 SCOOP VP2 WHEY ISOLATE WITH 10 OUNCES WATER

DAILY TOTALS:
Calories: 3442.60
Protein: 378.83
Carbs: 336.69
Fat: 38.86

CBates
02-21-2002, 03:20 PM
Looking at the totals, I'd say drop the carbs a bit and up the fat, if you want to keep it around the same cals.

Slim Schaedle
02-21-2002, 03:23 PM
save 2 DYMETADRINE XTREME for cutting, IMO
Eat real FOOD before bed...whey digests too quickly. (go for cottage cheese)
You take 2 scoops of Nlarge pre-workout, but only 1 after? How many carbs is one scoop??
Are there carbs in the creatine HSC??

Zalxder
02-21-2002, 03:49 PM
I gotta get me a diet like that, looks good to me

The_Chicken_Daddy
02-21-2002, 04:50 PM
not enough fat. drop the othet two and up it.

also, poor choice for last meal. get something more complex in their for before bed.

Spiderman
02-21-2002, 05:25 PM
Too much protein for someone who's natural in my opinion. Drop about 80-100 grams of protein from that diet. You don't need that much per day. And i agree with Chicken... add some more fat to your diet as well. ;)