The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness
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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís 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?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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    Cutting diet , critics are welcome

    This is how my day looks like:

    Breakfast 7:30

    cup of low fat milk with teaspoon wey proteine
    40gr special K (very low fat 0.2%)with some low fat milk

    10:00 AM

    cup of low fat milk
    200gr low fat cheese (less then 1% fat)
    little piece of fruit

    12:00
    cup of low fat milk
    6 multigrain sandwiches with low fat cheese(+-120gr - 10%)

    3:00 PM

    whey proteine shake with low fat milk
    little piece of fruit

    5:30PM

    150Gr or more chicken,steak,turkey or something else
    2 potatoes or 125gr long grain rice
    vegetables

    8:30 PM

    100 or 200 gr low fat cheese (less then 1% fat)


    before bedtime aprox. 11:00PM

    tablespoon whey proteine powder mixed in water


    This all comes around 2000-2200 cals +-40 gr fat +- 270gr carbs(sometimes less) +- 180-190gr prot.

    Critics and suggestions always welcome

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    I would probably eat some oats instead of Special K for meal 1, and you might want to think about getting some EFA's in your diet as well. Mixing your whey with milk would help slow absorbtion which would be beneficial when taking whey before bed.

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    I'd eat cottage cheese for protein before bed if you want a slower absorbing protein, or take casein protein instead of whey.

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    Tablespoon of whey? What's that, like 5 grams of protein before bed?
    Shao-LiN
    "I tried so hard and got so far, but in the end, it doesn't even matter." - Linkin Park

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    Bradley,
    When you say oats instead of special K, what kind of oats ? I assume that you don't mean oatmeal. Thanks.

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    I eat plain oatmeal every morning, sometimes i mix a little whey into it

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    Originally posted by Early Riser
    Bradley,
    When you say oats instead of special K, what kind of oats ? I assume that you don't mean oatmeal. Thanks.
    yeah, oatmeal

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    can't get oatmeal down my throat thats wjy i eat the highest holding proteine cornflakes

    tablespoon of whey = +-12gr proteine , thaking that right before bedtime , but an hour before i had like another 150-200gr plain low fat cheese , so it aint that bad i think

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    Originally posted by Davy
    can't get oatmeal down my throat thats wjy i eat the highest holding proteine cornflakes

    What about some whole wheat flakes of some sort? There are better cereals out there than corn flakes just make sure they don't have too much added sugar.

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