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Old 04-13-2008, 01:43 PM   #1
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Everywhere I've looked on the net and here it's says to eat 3 times before working out. I workout after I get up, if someone would please help me with a eating routine for my situation and body style please let me know.
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Old 04-13-2008, 05:04 PM   #2
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What's your body style ?
How is your current diet ?

I never heard that a person has to eat 3 times before they workout.
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endomorph I would guesss my body type to be. I have most of my weight around my waist.

Wake up - Protein shake (one scoop of portein 4 oz 1% milk)
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Old 04-13-2008, 05:30 PM   #4
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wake up 1 scoop of protein to 4 oz of 1% milk

work out

protein shake with oj and frozen fruit

tuna fish with pickles

protein bar or banana with rice cake

beef jerky with broccoli

banana with rice cake
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might want to check out fitday.com to keep track of your diet...
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What are your goals ? Regardless if you want to lose or gain your not eating enough. And protein should be your number 1 . Have it with every meal.

Fitday is a good tool to use, that way you will know where it is you stand for calories.

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If you're an endomorph, I would certainly start by cutting out high gi carbs and milk. Get rid of the bananas and oj after your workout. You'll be fine with eating a regular meal 45 minutes after your workout w/ emphasis on protein.

1) Increase your LEAN cuts of meat and veggies.

2) Get yourself some fish oil

3) If you wake up and lift (as I do), you'll be fine w/ a scoop or two of protein before you hit the gym.

4) You don't need carbs postworkout

5) Log onto fitday.com and log in a full week of eating without any deviation. That will give you a baseline to work with to where you can start adding and elliminating foods.

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So all veggies are good, and most fruits aren't because of the carbs?
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