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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
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    It was suggested last week that I needed to take the sugary carbs out of my diet for cutting.... anyways, I thought I would post my new (plan) to see about getting some critique.

    Breakfast (Cal=487| Pro=44 |Carb=70 |Fat=?)
    - Brown Rice w. Can of Tuna
    - 1/2 Bowl of Oatmeal

    10AM Snack (Cal=136| Pro=128 |Carb=? |Fat=?)
    - 8 Egg Whites

    12pm Meal (Cal=477| Pro=50 |Carb=41 |Fat=?)
    - Brown Rice w. Can of Tuna
    - Chicken Breast

    2pm Snack (Cal=280| Pro=40+ |Carb=0 |Fat=3)
    - 2xChicken Breast

    5pm Meal (Cal=280| Pro=40+ |Carb=0 |Fat=3)
    - 2xChicken Breast

    PostWorkout Meal (Cal=140| Pro=20+ |Carb=0 |Fat=2)
    - Chicken Breast

    Daily Totals
    Calories = 1800
    Protein = 270
    Carbs = 109 range
    Fat is under 25 (not sure on exact number)

    And their isn't 1 sugar carb in the whole plan (atleast that i'm aware of) so whats your thoughts... decent meal plan for cutting? or should I make some changes?

    Thx..

    - Grendal

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    Expert Advisor MissAbs's Avatar
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    This looks like a much better start for you.

    A few thing:

    A half bowel of oats?= are you measuring this or guessing,
    If you are guessing, then you are going to be in trouble.

    Secondly- spend more time figuring out your fat grams. I still think the fat calories look a bit low for my liking.


    I still think you need to work on the precision of the numbers so you are more accurate and can make adjustements based on the progression of your body, and diet.
    You can "tweak it" if you are not exact.

    Over all it is much, much better than what you had shown last week.
    MissAbs
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    No carbs after 12pm??.....WOW
    " Eat to grow, Progression to get stronger " - mesmall

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    What time do you workout ????
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    'Over thinking, over analyzing separates the body from the mind'

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    I workout usually around 7:00pm - 7:30pm.

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