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Old 05-02-2008, 05:21 PM   #61
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Well it's Friday again!!!!

I started my carb load yesturday(early) and finished today. Only went 24hrs. I picked up two night shifts today and tommorrow. So I have lots of food to eat. Tonight will be about 8 chicken breasts and 2- 6 oz peper steaks. Also some haverti cheese. I will add in about 30g BCAA through out the night and before I go to bed I will have a 4 egg omlet with cheese with 3 scoops of protein powder(with water). No greens today - I forgot to pick up my bad of spinach, will have to do that in the morning. I like to get atleast 3 cups in. I don't count these either.

Total 2660 cals 113 fat 19carb 374 protein

I am going to try and hit 2800 cals now instead of 3000. I didn't include the 8g of fish oil and 30g of BCAA ( not sure if I should or not). And doese anyone know what the BCAA's would equal in calories ?

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Old 05-02-2008, 05:24 PM   #62
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jesus dude...how many ounces are those chicken breasts?
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Old 05-02-2008, 05:38 PM   #63
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Aprox 4oz, 125g. From M&M meats. Frozen chicken breasts isn't usually my first choice, but these don't have much sodium and the don't shrink much either.
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Old 05-02-2008, 06:14 PM   #64
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also going to ride the bike for 60mins and write up a new program for the gym.
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Old 05-06-2008, 10:55 AM   #65
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Tuesday May 6th

Diet is good so far , haven't weighted myself this week yet and I'm going to wait a bit before I do. I like the mirror anyways.

Hitting 2800 cals a day now ( yesturday I was only able to get in 2520 calories basically I didn't have my protein drink) still high protein / fat. Energy is still good and so are my workouts. Strength hasn't dropped or increased , but I'm not pushing heavy weights anymore anyways. Just trying to keep my 3x3 over 315 for bench. Squats at 395 for 3. I want to start going to 15-20 rep range , just haven't found a decent program yet).

Todays workout 315 3x3 , cgbp 225 2x5 Side lat raises, skull crushes, lat pull downs. Needed to get out of the gym as fast as I could so I could go and coach t-ball.

Did manage to get in 45mins cardio at work....Gotta love a job that pays to workout.

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Good stuff Talo and yes it is nice having a job that pays you to workout.
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that is the ideal job...nice find
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Going to be changing things up just a bit. On training days I will be adding carbs to my post shake. Either malto/dextrin , waxy maize or apple juice(25oz). I just want to see if I can get some strength back while still cutting up. So hopefully this will do the trick

So as today is a training day my totals will be 3685cals = 1710(f), 424(c), 1524(p).

Non training days will remain as before with less than 30g of carbs total.

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Leg Press (medium rep 10)
Leg Press calf raises (high rep 25)
Pulldowns ( low rep 5)
Hammer curls (medium rep 8-10)
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i wonder if that is more beneficial than having almost no carbs all week and then just gorging yourself on carbs for one or two days...be interesting to see

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i wonder if that is more beneficial than having almost no carbs all week and then just gorging yourself on carbs for one or two days...be interesting to see
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