I live in deep South Texas and I stopped at a nutrion store called ?ea? Nutrition "don't wanna get sued if they're reading this post". They do a free diet consultations with a purchase of one of their products over 50 dollars. A young dude, probably in his early twenties wrote this out:
Meal 1 at or about 7:30 am : 2 scoops of protein (50 grams) and 1/2 cup of oat meal
Meal 2 at or about 10:30 am : 5 oz. of lean ground beef, 5 oz of sweet potatoes, 1 cup of greens
Meal 3 at or about 1:30 pm : 2 scoops of protein and 2 rice cakes with a teaspoon of natural peanut butter
Meal 4 at or about 4:30 : 5 oz. chicken breast, 5 oz of sweet potatoes, 1 cup of greens
Train at 630
Meal 5/Post work out at or around 7:30 pm: 2 scoops of protein
Meal 6 at or around 10:30 pm: 2 whole eggs/ 3 egg whites and 1/2 cup of oatmeal.
Meals were done kind of in reverse because I usually wake up at 630 to get ready for school, drop off my daughter and dont usually eat until 800 am. I cant eat too much while in school so that's why I have 2 shakes as part as meals. I should point out that I am 31 years old, weigh somewhere between 189-193 on a given day. I lift weights about 4-5 days a week with cardio after the training session usually about 20 minutes. I am really trying to lean out and have that clean ripped look. I don't eat garbage but still carry around a considerable amount of bodyfat. I asked about carb cycling but the guy said that I should stick to this for about 3 weeks then come back to check the progress before starting a carb cycling diet. Still pretty muscular so not a complete fat ass but bodyfat a little high which is confusing because I have vascularity in my arms "biceps" and see faint striations in my upper chest. Please help!! Does this look ok??