post a sample daily diet, from what you just said it sounds like you may need to increase protein.
The more I visit this site, the more I keep learning. One thing I learned is if you don't have a proper diet, chances are the goals that you want to accomplish are a lost effort. My goal is muscle growth. I eat carbohydrate rich foods (mostly rice) 2 hours before I workout and protein 30 minutes after my workout (milk, fish or chicken........what ever I can get my hands on). But I guess that's considered the midnight snack and dinner. I need to know if what I'm am eating as of now is the right way to go and what should my breakfast and lunch consist of?
Ok, I'll write what I eat. Breakfast (7:00) Cereal. Lunch (11:00) Pizza, fries or peanut butter sandwich.....all they serve for high school lunch. A small snack (4:00) a fruit or granola bar. Dinner (6:00) Rice. Midnight/after workout snack (10:30) Milk, Chicken or Fish.
Start up a journal
If I do create a journal, do I have to record time, serving size or anything else in addition to recording what I eat?
From the look of your diet- you may need to read the stickies on lean proteins, healthy fats, and complex and simple carbs, etc. yada yada yada....
Goal: 8% Body Fat, maintain majority of muscle mass
New Years Resolution: stick to a fitness and diet plan that works long term.
Thank you for the site. I'll be sure to try it out!