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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    high cal high protein

    i need a quick High cal high protein recipe for a shake im going to the store in a bit and need to know what to buy and i need to do it without WHEY! so egg whites and milk and cottage cheese and olive oil and banana sounds right to me? and peanut butter
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    how does this sound -

    3 table spoon peanut butter - 300 cals
    3 egg whites - 210 cal and 21 gram protein
    2 table spoon Olive oil - 240 cals
    2 Bananas - 180 cals 2.4 gram protein
    120 grams cottage cheese - 15 grams protein and 100 cals
    1 table spoon Honey - 70 cals
    Dried Milk 100 grams - 25 grams protein

    TOTAL = 1100 CALS AND 65 GRAMS PROTEIN

    drink 2 of those everyday so i get 2200 cals and 120 grams protein and eat loads in the middle :-)
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    Mix it with milk and count the protein and calories from that. I just didn't see it in your totals.
    Last edited by JaredG; 06-23-2006 at 01:39 PM.

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    OOPZ completely forgot ofcourse milk!!! lol

    3 table spoon peanut butter - 300 cals and 20 grams protein
    3 egg whites - 210 cal and 21 gram protein
    2 table spoon Olive oil - 240 cals
    2 Bananas - 180 cals 2.4 gram protein
    120 grams cottage cheese - 15 grams protein and 100 cals
    1 table spoon Honey - 70 cals
    Dried Milk 100 grams - 25 grams protein
    Milk 400ml - 260cal and 13 gram protein
    TOTAL = 1360 CALS AND 78 GRAMS PROTEIN

    drink 2 of those everyday so i get 2720 cals and 155 grams protein and eat loads in the middle :-)

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    iv done this all on fitday and this is what it looks like for 1 intake of this shake http://img48.imageshack.us/img48/2917/fitday5vo.jpg
    its pretty good you get 2018 cals and 115 gram protein so if i take to servings thats 4032 cals and 230 grams protein! isnt that a bit overkill?

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    if you need it then its fine, the shake might come out a bit thick and might taste disgusting though, lol.
    2000 or bust

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    haha yes i really need all the cals and protein tbh and the taste i dont really care i can down anything really the worst being raw eggs lol i might just add some ice cream to fix that. What is the best time to drink it? instead of making to shakes i think ill just drink half when i wake up because my body has had no food for 8-10 hours so it will give it a good start and one in the evening or on workout days post workout am i correct?
    Last edited by jalal90; 06-24-2006 at 08:33 AM.

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    Uhh I dont have any honey or cottage cheese, and I made it. ITS ****IN NASTY. I wish I could drink it cuase it has alot to offer.

    EDIT: If I had honey and cottage cheese does it taste any diff?

    EDIT: I hate bannana flavored drinks...if there anything else I could use?
    Last edited by Billy E.; 07-31-2006 at 04:04 PM.

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    raw egg whites? eeek, the hard part isnt going to be drinking it but holding it down.
    "Everybody wants to be a bodybuilder, but nobody wants to lift no heavy ass weight!" - Ronnie Coleman

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    3 egg whites is not 210 cals. 3 whole eggs are.
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