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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Its no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

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    Your meals in a typical day ...

    Mine are:


    Breakfast -
    either a couple of homemade hot pockets with spinach and soy cheese or a large P B & J sandwhich.


    Mid morning snack -
    an apple (or two) and granola bar.

    Lunch -
    a tofu sandwich (tofu, spinach, and soy cheese on WW bread), a couple of boiled potatoes, a couple of raw brussle sprouts, and an apple, and or plum, and or peach.


    Dinner -
    a large bowl of beans (black, kidney and fava), lentils, and either brown rice or bulger, a couple of raw garlic cloves, one raw red or yellow bell pepper, 1/2 red raw onion, and some whole wheat bread.

    after dinner snack -
    Some walnuts / almonds and raisons, and or fruit, celery and carrots.

    * Each meal is followed by 1.2 grams of Chlorella and 3 grams of Spirulina.


    My pw protein "shake" is hemp protein powder with water.

    Of course this various but for the most part ... this is it.




    EDIT:
    Someone reminded me of beer, I usually have 2 maybe-3 beers everyday afer work.
    Last edited by Vegetarian; 12-01-2008 at 06:30 PM.
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    12/29/08
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    beef, chicken, turkey, and pork.
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    Breakfast 1
    Oatmeal
    Protein shake
    English Muffin w/PB

    Breakfast 2
    3 eggs
    tater tots
    4 slices of bread

    Lunch
    8oz of beef/chicken/pork
    Rice/pasta/potatoes

    Dinner
    8oz of beef/chicken/pork
    Rice/pasta/potatoes

    -200g protein shake I sip on thruout the day
    -10 Beef Liver tabs in the AM/PM

    Pre-workout drink is usually coke with 10 Beef Liver tabs
    During - Gatorade with 20g of BCAA and 10g of Creatine
    Post - Ultra Fuel 100g with 20g of BCAA and 10g of Creatine and 10 Beef Liver tabs

    I also drink about a gallon of gatorade everyday.

    I supplement my dinner with McDonald's when the spirit compells me or I'm gaining weight.

    I eat in between meals as well. Everything from garnola bars to candy bars to PB crackers to Ring DIngs.
    Last edited by RhodeHouse; 11-30-2008 at 10:14 PM.

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    Lots of whole grains, ground beef, and dairy.
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    A single egg.

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    This is what I had today. Most days are pretty similar.

    Breakfast (5:30 am): 6 weet-bix. 1 piece of toast with peanut butter.
    Snack (8:00 am): Handful of nuts
    Morning tea (9:15 am): Chicken breast and leg, 2 small potatoes, 2 pieces of pumpkin and about half a cup of peas. Tub of yoghurt.
    Lunch (12:30 pm) Same as morning tea.
    Afternoon tea (3:00 pm): 200g tin of baked beans on 2 pieces of wholemeal toast.
    Snack (5:00 pm): 95g tin of tuna.
    Snack (6:00 pm): 6 inch turkey sub.
    Dinner (8:30 pm): Same as lunch/morning tea but with steak instead of chicken.
    Before bed (10:00 pm): 25g casein protein in water.

    Add 4 litres of water and a couple of glasses of milk and thats pretty much it. Dinner depends on what my gf cooks but with the exception of the occasional spaghetti bol or lasagne its usually meat and veg.

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    oats-flax meal-maca-protein(soy-hemp) -bee pollen
    berries(all kinds)

    eggs and more eggs
    green(spinach-kale-broccoli-green beans)
    sweet potatoe
    tofu
    lentils-all sorts of legumes-bulgur-kashi-quinoa
    nuts-peanut butter
    fruits and the list goes on...... I eat well and balanced
    You will soon see Getfit in OngII Flying Knee Thingys of Doom see if the feisty greek can survive the kicks of Steel Leg From Shaolin Soccer,Dim Mak(def touch) from ChungLee,and Flying Crane by Daniel-san-El Pietro

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    i dont have a typical day as i eat a very varied diet, but heres yesterdays for you (my cheat day of sorts)...

    breakfast: 3 sausages, 4 eggs, 3 wholegrain toast, raspberry jam, banana, milk.

    meal 2: wholegrain pasta, 2 diced chicken breasts, napolitana sauce, milk

    lunch: roast pork, potatoes, carrots, broccoli, gravy, milk

    meal 4: 2 bits of cod, chips (homemade - lovely ), milk

    meal 5: 2 beers

    meal 6: tuna, apple, banana, milk

    weekdays, ill usually eat salmon, beef, chicken, tuna, pasta, potatoes, fruits, veggies, rice, herbs, spices, in various different forms and recipes. im not one for those hippie health-freak diets

    along with water & vitamins

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    I myself dont have a typical diet. Usually just eggs in the morning if I have time (or eggs), or a PBJ. lunch is whatever sandwich I can make or something from the school cafeteria. Finally dinner is whatever someone is cooking that night, so tonight seems it will be chicken cutlets since no one has a recepie yet for thsi week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by getfit View Post
    oats-flax meal-maca-protein(soy-hemp) -bee pollen
    berries(all kinds)

    eggs and more eggs
    green(spinach-kale-broccoli-green beans)
    sweet potatoe
    tofu
    lentils-all sorts of legumes-bulgur-kashi-quinoa
    nuts-peanut butter
    fruits and the list goes on...... I eat well and balanced
    hey, a couple questions;
    1) How does quinoa taste, and do you cook it the same as bulgur?

    2) What does bee pollen do??


    Thanks.
    Last edited by Vegetarian; 12-01-2008 at 06:24 PM.
    5' 11" 155lbs. 13% BF - 10/20/2008
    Goal - 180lbs, 10% BF

    11/14/08
    162lbs 11-12% BF


    12/29/08
    166lbs 10% BF

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    well my daily meals start with some egg whites and toasts, lunch usually is of little rice and some bolied vegetable. and dinner i take only salad. i mke it a point to drink around 8-10 glasses of water

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    Oy, and I thought my diet was bad

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