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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  1. #1
    Banned Reinier's Avatar
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    please make me a good diet.

    Please help me get a good diet.

    My goal is to add as much muscle mass as possible before march when i will start cutting.

    I have been eating in a kind of careless way till now, no crap or junkfood, usually enough protein, enough small meals, but lots of simple carbs and some bad fats and no real order.

    a few things about how my diet should be:
    not too high budget. dont wanna eat up all the money in the house.

    I only have whey protein post workout and its the only supplement i use.

    I dont eat cheese. not under any circumstance.

    meals between something like 9 am and 3 pm should be easy to bring along and snack.

    If somebody could make me a good diet that goes by these rules i would be very grateful.

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    ok this is gonna be easy

    work these foods out to how many caloires u think u could grow nice on.

    meal 1
    myoplex mass(u can get it on netrition.com. its like $2 a shake)

    meal 2 & 3
    some type of big sandwhich(lots of turkey or roast beef )

    meal 4
    myoplex mass

    meal 5
    chicken breast and brown rice

    now throughout all the day drink 2% milk

    then u should grow pretty good on this.

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    Banned Reinier's Avatar
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    thx calvin but i dont think ill have the myoplex, it seems like a great supp but i cant order overseas because i dont have visa or mastercard and the supps in holland are very expensive.

    The big sandwich with meat along to school seems like a great idea, as does the chicken and brown rice.

    I think id like to replace meal 1 with oatmeal for the carbs and 2 full eggs for the protein.

    I already drink 2% milk all day btw.

    another thing i like to put in is some peanuts as they have some good fats and some protein too, and they make an easy way to modify your calorie intake.

    meal 1 about 7:30 am
    oatmeal
    2 full eggs
    multivitamin pill

    meal 2 about 10:50 am
    that yum big sandwich with meat(WW bread of course)

    Meal 3 about 12:50 pm
    some peanuts
    sandwich (probably jus normal one, maybe ham on it)

    meal 4 about 15:30
    another sandwich

    meal 5 family dinner around 18:00
    vegetables
    potatoes or brown rice
    meat
    multivitamin pill

    meal 6 20:00
    skim yoghurt

    meal 7 just before hitting the bed, whatever time that is
    small can of tuna

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    I forgot one important meal, the post workout.
    on workout days i would not have meal 4 and replace it with this:
    some white bread for insulin spike
    about 50 grams of whey powder in water
    some WW bread


    wow... looking at this im gonna eat a LOT.....
    well i guess its ok to have many meals if you work the cals.
    I dont really know many cals ill probably need....
    I`m about 198 lbs now, 6"3, 18% (i believe) i work out about 4 times a week and i play basketball 2 times a week.
    any ideas what my maintenance level could be? 3500 kcals?
    Last edited by Reinier; 12-01-2001 at 08:29 AM.

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