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Squattage
07-23-2007, 01:24 PM
I realize this is probably terrible and I am just looking for any feedback. This is my first try at a diet plan. I am 205 lbs and I'd guess anywhere from 14-20% BF.

My diet plan is 28% fat, 26% carbs, 46% protein at 2099 calories per day. I believe my maintence level is about 3000.

Total

Calories- 2099
Fat- 62g
Carbs- 155g
Protein- 233g

And without any further ado:

7AM Breakfast
4 Eggs
Oatmeal
3 oz Carrot


Calories- 420
Fat- 22g
Carb- 32g
Protein- 29g

10AM Brunch
Whey Protein
Milk
Olive Oil


Calories- 311
Fat- 16g
Carb- 15g
Protein- 30g


1PM Lunch
6 oz tuna
3 pkt mustard
2 tbs Relish
1 tbs Peanut Butter
3 oz carrots
1 cucumber
Whey Protein
Milk


Calories- 556
Fat- 12g
Carb- 43g
Protein- 70g


4PM Pre-Workout
6 oz tuna
3 pkt mustard
2 tbs Relish
1 tbs PB
Whey Protein
Milk

Calories- 483
Fat- 11g
Carb- 27g
Protein- 67g


7PM Post-Workout
6 oz tuna
3 pkt mustard
2 tbs Relish
Oatmeal
3 oz carrots


Calories- 332
Fat- 5g
Carb- 37g
Protein- 39g


I'm already going to be subbing in chicken or a different type of meat for one of the tuna meals. And the non-fat milk and whey will be blended together. Other than that, how does this look?

Mr. D
07-23-2007, 01:52 PM
Cals seem a little low if maintenance is 3000. UPPPP the fats!

Taliesin
07-26-2007, 08:19 PM
make sure you drop your cals slowly by 200-500 a day from what you are doing now

markdk86
07-27-2007, 06:42 AM
make sure you drop your cals slowly by 200-500 a day from what you are doing now

A day? Umm, no. Maybe 200 calories per WEEK but not a day.

Unholy
07-27-2007, 06:49 AM
make sure you drop your cals slowly by 200-500 a day from what you are doing now

same goes for you.

Bako Lifter
07-27-2007, 06:54 AM
same goes for you.

Dropping cals from 2,000 to 1,800 a day would be bad? I'm not disagreeing, I just didn't know that.

Unholy
07-27-2007, 06:57 AM
Yea 200-500 cals a day is ridiculous. The OP is over 200lbs with a maintenance of about 3000 calories, he's already in a 1k/day deficit dropping 200-500 a day would have him at next to nothing after a few days. This is a marathon not a race. Once people understand that they will be much happier with their results.

Bako Lifter
07-27-2007, 07:01 AM
Yea 200-500 cals a day is ridiculous. The OP is over 200lbs with a maintenance of about 3000 calories, he's already in a 1k/day deficit dropping 200-500 a day would have him at next to nothing after a few days. This is a marathon not a race. Once people understand that they will be much happier with their results.

Ahhh, good to know. I just thought it would be like the opposite of bulking. Instead of adding 200, subtract 200.

But you're taking this guy as a normal person right? Not a hard core body builder like you? :p

Unholy
07-27-2007, 07:17 AM
I'm just a normal person. He should not be in more then a 1k/day deficit, even that is a bit extreme right off the bat.

markdk86
07-27-2007, 08:52 AM
I'm just a normal person. He should not be in more then a 1k/day deficit, even that is a bit extreme right off the bat.

Unless he doesn't give a rat's ass about LBM lol.

Ecfootball57
08-23-2007, 01:52 PM
hey adam your fat haha your sitting right next to me