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    Talking Diet critiquing from the gurus

    I started the challenge and I am looking for open and honest advice to attain my goals. Goals? The normal bulking while leaning out towards the end. Like anyone 'bulking', I don't want to bulk out with a beer gut with the added muscle - but I don't want to starve my muscles from growing either. In the past I have been deadset against many carbs, but read in other threads that throwing some complex carbs in the mix is a good thing. Any advice would be great. Oh, I am anti-sugar mostly (even fake stuff).

    Soon, I will be switching my workouts to early morning - should I charge up with a quick protein shake pre/post? I mix glut and bcaa's in the mix as well.

    Right now, I am at 190lbs/5'11"

    Meal #1
    1 whole eggs + 5 egg whites

    5 oz. 93% lean beef or chicken
    1/2 cup oatmeal before cooking
    1 TBS Flax Oil
    Meal #2 (pre-post workout)
    Protein Drink: 2 Scoops Protein powder, Glutamine
    Creatine Potion (during workout)
    Meal #3
    8 oz. chicken (before cooking)
    6 oz. sweet potato
    1.5 cup vegetables (broccoli, etc.) or salad with 2 TBS. Low Cal Dressing
    Meal #4
    4 oz chicken breast and 4 oz beef
    2 cups Broccoli
    1/2 cup raw almonds
    Meal #5
    8 - 10 oz. 93% lean beef, chicken, turkey, fish and once or twice weekly sirloin steak
    2 cups vegetables/spinach
    1 TBS Flax Oil
    Meal #6
    4-oz chicken breast and 4 oz beef,
    2 cups Broccoli
    1/2 cup raw almonds
    Meal #7
    Cassien Shake

    I am also taking many supplements:
    BCAA, Vitamin-e, Glutamine powder, Beta Alanine, Beta-caratine, vitamin c, b complex, source naturals multi, and a few others.

    Was using superpump 250 and sizeon (during workouts) and seems like a waste of time - plus it's giving me unwanted sugars.

    I know how it goes: 80% diet/10% ironwork/10% additives. If I can get any advice on the 80%, I should be able to do the rest.

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    looks good but you really need to calculate how may carbs/protein/fats you are taking in daily...if your looing to add some size try using the 50/30/20 method...i have dropped bf and kept my muscle mass using 40/40/20 method

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    Quote Originally Posted by phosphor View Post
    I started the challenge and I am looking for open and honest advice to attain my goals. Goals? The normal bulking while leaning out towards the end. Like anyone 'bulking', I don't want to bulk out with a beer gut with the added muscle - but I don't want to starve my muscles from growing either. In the past I have been deadset against many carbs, but read in other threads that throwing some complex carbs in the mix is a good thing. Any advice would be great. Oh, I am anti-sugar mostly (even fake stuff).

    Soon, I will be switching my workouts to early morning - should I charge up with a quick protein shake pre/post? I mix glut and bcaa's in the mix as well.

    Right now, I am at 190lbs/5'11"

    Meal #1
    1 whole eggs + 5 egg whites
    5 oz. 93% lean beef or chicken
    1/2 cup oatmeal before cooking
    1 TBS Flax Oil
    Choose between eggs or and protein source--6egg whites, 2 whole eggs or 6 oz protein. oatmeal seems ok.
    Meal #2 (pre-post workout)
    Protein Drink: 2 Scoops Protein powder, Glutamine
    Creatine Potion (during workout)
    Shake is good.
    Meal #3
    8 oz. chicken (before cooking)
    6 oz. sweet potato
    1.5 cup vegetables (broccoli, etc.) or salad with 2 TBS. Low Cal Dressing
    I would drop chickcen to 6oz. Sweet potato a good choice..-
    Meal #4
    4 oz chicken breast and 4 oz beef
    2 cups Broccoli
    1/2 cup raw almonds
    I would do 6oz of either cooked. and 26 almonds is a serving. not sure if that equals half a cup.
    Meal #5
    8 - 10 oz. 93% lean beef, chicken, turkey, fish and once or twice weekly sirloin steak
    2 cups vegetables/spinach
    1 TBS Flax Oil
    6 oz should be sufficent.
    Meal #6
    4-oz chicken breast and 4 oz beef,
    2 cups Broccoli
    1/2 cup raw almonds
    I would do 6oz of either cooked. and 26 almonds is a serving. not sure if that equals half a cup.
    Meal #7
    Cassien Shake

    Personnaly I find Casien a waste of money. I would jsut use whey and save the money, or eat 1 cup of of low fat cottage cheese.

    I am also taking many supplements:
    BCAA, Vitamin-e, Glutamine powder, Beta Alanine, Beta-caratine, vitamin c, b complex, source naturals multi, and a few others.

    Was using superpump 250 and sizeon (during workouts) and seems like a waste of time - plus it's giving me unwanted sugars.

    I know how it goes: 80% diet/10% ironwork/10% additives. If I can get any advice on the 80%, I should be able to do the rest.
    See bold--This is what I would do, and then cycle the carbs.

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