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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

It’s 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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  1. #1
    Wannabebig New Member
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    Help me with my new diet

    Hello, i'm new here and this will be my first post. I need some help with a new diet i am elaborating.
    Brief intro: been exercising for 1 year, went from 125 to 159 lbs (stats as for december). However, most of this was fat because of the last diet that included a lot of fat and i did cheat a lot eating saturated fat products (i wasn't informed about the types of fat) , it gave me 22% of BF. I dropped that diet and started doing cardio since january and went to 145 lbs and 20% BF.

    My goal is to bulk to 170 lbs with a clean diet and then cut to 160 lbs and lower the BF. I have elaborated this new diet, i don't want to make the same mistake again with the fats so i want your opinion on the diet. I also would like to know how to organize the times of each meal, i will give you the meals details and an outline of my time so you can help me organize each meal according to my schedule.

    6 meals of 2500 cals total. Ratio: 50c/30p/20f

    Meal 1 (breakfast):
    - 4 egg whites
    - 1 nonfat yogurt
    - 1 medium sized apple
    - 1 natural cheese slice

    Meal 2:
    - 2 turkey ham sandwiches
    - 1 glass of skim milk

    Meal 3:
    - 6 oz of chicken breast
    - salad
    - 2 glasses of grapefuit juice

    meal 3 alternative

    - pasta with tomatoe sauce
    - cottage cheese or parmesan cheese
    - 1 glass of lemon juice

    meal 3 alternative

    - 2 beaf steaks
    - broccoli
    - 2 glasses of orange juice

    Meal 4:
    - 1 cup of skim milk
    - oatmeal
    - 1 serving of whey protein

    Meal 5:
    - 1 can of sardines in water
    - corn
    - 2 pinneaple slices

    meal 5 alternative
    - salmon
    - 5 pineapple slices

    meal 5 alternative
    - rice and beans
    - 2 pineapple slices

    Meal 6:
    - 1 glass of skim milk
    - 1 large banana
    - 1 tablespoon of honey
    - 1 small tablespoon of flaxseed oil


    So this is it, and this is my daily time schedule:

    7:00am> breakfast
    8:00am> gym
    10:00am> meal
    1:00pm> lunch
    4:00pm> meal
    5:30pm> go to study
    7:00pm> (study 20 mins break) meal
    9:00pm> come back home from studying
    9:30pm> dinner

    I appreaciate your help very much. Thanks a lot guys
    Last edited by ChenteGT; 03-29-2004 at 01:10 AM.

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    is numero uno Saint Patrick's Avatar
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    You may need a bit more than 2500 cals to gain weight.

    Meals 5 (except the one w/ salmon) and 6 don't have enough protein.

    Other than that, looks good
    Age:30
    Height: 5'7"
    Weight: Not Big Enough
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