The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness
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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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  1. #1
    Guns of the future
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    Clockwork24's Journal

    Hey guys...I've made a few posts over the last 2 months and its long overdue that I've started a journal here. I'm a 25 year old male from Long Island, NY. I'm 5'8” and 137 lbs. I've been lifting weights for around 3 ½ months, but I haven't been going as many days as I should. My diet has been an even bigger problem because although I know I need to eat a lot, I've been on a wacky schedule and eat most of my food later in the day. I am, however, getting stronger and I definitely gained a good 5 pounds of what appears to be muscle. If I hit the gym more religiously and ate more, I know I could have gained over 15 lbs during those 3 months. With all that being said, my short term goal is to gain at least 15 lbs over the next 2 months so that I'll weigh no less than 150 lbs and have noticeably bigger arms by the time classes start in early September.
    My routine has been changing a bit over the weeks while sticking to the M-W-F split. I started off doing chest/triceps – legs/shoulders – back/biceps. Then I switched to chest/biceps – legs/shoulders – back/triceps. I've been doing mostly compound excercises such as deadlift, squats, dumbell presses, dips, french-press, etc. Most excercises are done in sets of 3-4 with 6-12 reps. Last week things got screwed up because I trained with someone who likes to train one muscle group each day so he had me doing 5 chest exercises in 1 ½ hours! My plan is to start the WBB#1 workout tomorrow, but I'm still open to suggestions on how to tweak things so that I can see some great gains.
    Now to officially start my journal I will give you guys an idea of what I'm cramming into my mouth as I type. Lol

    Sample nighttime snack:

    2 TBLSP Natural peanut butter & 1 TBLSP marmalade sandwich (15 grain bread)
    -550 Calories
    -20g Fat
    -70g Carbs.
    -8g Fiber
    -16g Protein

    ½ cup of 4% fat cottage cheese
    -110 Calories
    -5g Fat
    -4g Carbs.
    -12g Protein

    1 cup of whole milk
    -150 Calories
    -8g Fat
    -12g Carbs.
    -8g Protein

    Snack total
    -810 Calories
    -33g Fat
    -86g Carbs.
    -8g Fiber
    -36g Protein

    Other goals:
    -Drink atleast 1 gallon of water each day
    -Balance the dairy & fiber intake
    -Get on a regular sleep schedule (~8-9 hours per. night)
    -Improve form at the gym
    -Lift HEAVY but SMART!
    Last edited by clockwork24; 07-11-2006 at 01:14 AM.

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  3. #2
    Guns of the future
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    Not on track yet

    Tuesday, July 11th

    Sleep: 4-5 hours...or less
    Water: Not enough

    **Didn't workout...NEED TO SLEEP!!!**

    Meals

    10:30 AM
    1 1/4 cups of Fiber One Honey Clusters cereal with cup whole milk
    -245 Calories

    cup of 4% fat cottage cheese
    -110 Calories

    4:30 PM
    Bologna & American cheese sandwich (15 grain)
    -560 Calories

    2 Cups of whole milk
    -300 Calories

    5:30 PM (Mom's dinner)
    Chicken Breast & ham/cheese, tater tots and corn
    -??? Calories

    Lots of Blueberrys
    Coffee

    11:00 PM
    Shake (2 scoops Muscle Milk, 1 cup whole milk, 1 cup water, 1/2 cup cookies & cream ice cream, 1 tbspn PB, & 1 serv. Udo Choice)
    -900 Calories

    Before bed
    1 1/4 cups of Fiber One Honey Clusters cereal with cup whole milk
    -245 Calories

    Mucho aqua

    Total:
    -2,360 Calories (NOT including Mom's dinner)
    Last edited by clockwork24; 07-11-2006 at 11:15 PM.

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