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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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    Meal Plan Complete! Thoughts?

    Okay I finished my daily meal plan.

    BreaKfast-Protein Shake
    1 cup carrot juice
    1 large organic egg
    1 tablespoon Wheat Germ Oil
    2tablespoon Natural Raw Wheat Germ
    1 Cup Skim Milk
    2 Large Organic Egg whites

    Totals: 468Cals
    Fat: 21g
    Carb: 44g
    Prot: 28g

    Snack:
    1 Cannned Red Grapefruit
    1 Cup Stuffed green olives

    Totals: 511 Cals
    Fat: 16g
    Carb: 87g
    Prot: 6g

    Pre-workout
    1 Apple Carb:19

    Lunch:
    2cups cooked lentils
    1tbsp Olive oil
    1 cup 8 oz nonfat plain yogurt

    Totals: 725 Cals
    Fat: 16g
    Carb: 99g
    Prot: 50g

    Snack:
    1 cup Organic Hummus
    1 cup raw celery
    2tbsp Olive Oil

    Totals: 478 Cals
    Fat: 31g
    Carb: 40g
    Prot: 13g

    Dinner:
    2 slices sprouted wheat bread
    4tbsp organic peanut butter
    2cups skim milk

    Totals: 686 cals
    Fat: 35g
    Carb: 49g
    Prot: 36g

    Before Bed:
    1 cup LF cottage Cheese
    1tbsp olive oil

    Totals:283 Cals
    Fat: 14g
    Carb: 6g
    Prot: 28g

    Grand Total: 3,215 Calories
    Fat: 136g
    Carb: 356g
    Prot: 162g

    grams cals %

    Fat: 136 1220 40%
    Sat: 24 212 7%
    Poly: 29 261 9%
    Mono: 74 670 22%
    Carbs: 356 1173 39%
    Fiber: 62 0 0%
    Protein: 162 649 21%
    Alcohol: 0 0 0%

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    sorry to post twice

    I messed up the format on that last sorry to post again. This one is a little easier on the eyes though.

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    that looks pretty frickin soild

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    What are your goals?You must be bulking. I might higher protein a little bit and lower carbs.

    Also I would say your snacks and premeal workout need more protein in them.

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    1g protein/LBM
    .5g fat/LBM

    ^ ATLEAST

    How much do you weight?
    Whats your bf%?

    I'm with Mr. D, but I dont like the grams of fat, but it's your choice.

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    Yeah my goal is to bulk but I will probably start at 2500-2750 cals a day and slowly work towards this but the meal plan will be the same just smaller portions.

    Right Now I am 6' 177 with about 20% body fat I would like to keep cals low for awhile slowly build up to 3200 do lots of cardio for awhile and lift like crazy and get down to 15% bf before bulking. Or should I just bulk and worry about cutting later. I am torn between the two either way I am going to slowly build up to 3200 cals so that my body can adjust.

    My protein intake was calculated based upon a 1.14g protein per LBM.

    There is also a post workout meal that is not listed here that contans

    30g fat
    100g hi GI carb such as baked potatoe, parsnip, or perhaps dextrose
    40g protein

    these are a given after every lift and not factored into the overall diet so I am sure my cals will end up somewhere close 4000 when I reach full on bulk.

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    if you are 20% bf i wouldnt look into bulking. Get as lean as possible then start a nice clean bulk.

    you should include that PWO meal in fitday.

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