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Old 03-30-2007, 08:15 AM   #1
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Well Guys!
Following Eric3237 advice, I am separating the advice, so this is for my wife.

My wife is going to the gym at 9:00.

I am trying to find out a good workout and a good diet for her . I am posting her stats so I hope some body can help us calculating her Body fat, Calories intake and all she needs.


My Wife's stats

Wrist 6"
waist 37"
hip 41"
forearm 9"
weight 144 lbs
heigh 61"

We do not how to start so here is our plan:

meal 1
Omelete 1 whole 1 white egg
1 oz ham
1 3" bagel
18 oz water

meal 2
milk shake with 2 scoop of CYTOSPORT Complete Whey Protein Cookies 'n Creme
skim milk (250 ml)
1 medium pear
18 oz water

meal 3
2 oz chicken breast
cooked vegetales ( carrots asparagus, onion cabage.
1 tbsp olive oil
18 oz water

meal 4:
2 oz. Swish Cheess Reduce fat
18 oz water

meal 5

Salmon 3 oz
1 Tomato large
green pepers
Onion
18 oz water

Meal 6
milk shake with 2 scoop of CYTOSPORT Complete Whey Protein Cookies 'n Creme
skim milk (250 ml)
18 oz water


We are planning to do this monday to sunday ( What about a cheat day?)


According to the calculators: I can not remember where did I get those calculator from but the gave me this numbers:

My wife need 2125 Calories with ( 30-50-20 Ratio ) / meals (6)

So She needs to eat this amount per meal

25 gr protein
42 gr carbs
7.3 gr fat

What do you think, It is Ok?. what would you change?

Here is our protein stats
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CITOSPORT
Supplement Facts
Serving Size:22 grams
Servings per Container: 103

Ingredient Amount
Calories 90
Calories from Fat 15
Total Fat 1.5g
Saturated Fat 1g
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 45mg
Total Carbohydrate 2g
Dietary Fiber 0g
Sugars 1g
Protein 17g
Calcium 113mg
Sodium 40mg
Potassium 110mg
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About the Trainiing routine:

Workout 1. Shoulders, Biceps and Triceps.

Exercise Sets Rep Range
Dumbell Shoulder Press 3 8 10 reps
Cable Upright Row 3 8 10 reps
Dumbell Rear Delt Raise 3 8 10 reps
One Arm Cable Curl 3 8 10 reps
Barbell Curl 3 8 10 reps
Dumbell Concentration Curl 3 8 10 reps
Dumbell Triceps Kickbacks 3 8 10 reps
One-Arm Dumbell Triceps Ext 3 8 10 reps
One-Arm Reverse Pushdown 2 8 10 reps


Workout 2: Thighs, Hamstrings and Calves.

Exercise Sets Rep Range
Barbell Squat 4 8 10 reps
Leg Extension 3 8 10 reps
Dumbell Side Lunge 3 8 10 reps
Dumbell Stiff-leg Deadlift 3 8 10 reps
Lying Leg Curl 3 8 10 reps
Cable Abductor Raise 3 8 10 reps
Standing Calf Raise 3 8 10 reps

Workout 3: Chest, Back and Abdominals.

Exercise Sets Rep Range
Barbell Incline Press 3 8 10 reps
Dumbell Flat Press 3 8 10 reps
Dumbell Incline Fly 3 8 10 reps
Reverse Lat Pull down 3 8 10 reps
One-Arm Dumbell Row 3 8 10 reps
Dumbell Pullover 3 8 10 reps
Cable Weighted Crunch 3 8 10 reps
Leg Raises 3 8 10 reps


I forgot to say this workout is for Mon,Wed, Fri and on Tue and Thu She dos 30 minutes HIT ( high Intensive Training ?)


That is the End . Thank you so much and I hope some one can help us with this adding or taking off any thing.

All help and comments will be appreciated.

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Old 03-30-2007, 09:38 AM   #2
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Just glancing over it...if she's trying to lose weight i would drop as much carbs as possible. You have her eating 40g/meal, 6x/day, thats 240 carbs, and from what i can see they are mostly high GI carbs. Way to much to be lossing weight. Lose the fruit and milk for sure. You'll probably want her eating around 50g/day.
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Thanks Scorcher2005. I am going to replace the skim milk with water on my shake and I am going to take the fruit off!


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Just glancing over it...if she's trying to lose weight i would drop as much carbs as possible. You have her eating 40g/meal, 6x/day, thats 240 carbs, and from what i can see they are mostly high GI carbs. Way to much to be lossing weight. Lose the fruit and milk for sure. You'll probably want her eating around 50g/day.

I also agree, but I would have her eat about 100g/day of carbs, most of which in the morning and before and after working out. Then after a week or two, retake the measurements and adjust accordingly.

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Sounds Good!
Do I need to replace those carbs with protein ? or keep the diet just like it is with out the fruit and milk

Thanks for the quick answer ChinPieceDave667
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I might change meal 4 around. 2oz cheese isin't much. Tuna, cottage cheese, peanut butter sandwich...these are all ok

Cheat days aren't going to hurt aslong as you keep it in check. example would be on Sunday take a few hours and order a pizza , or whatever your weakness is. (Personally I like candy.) I wouldn't have a complete cheat day, but a meal or two wont hurt.

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I agree with Talo on a cheat meal not being bad but is actually good for you if used in moderation to keep your motivation high. Good luck on achieving your goals.

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Thank you so for the aswer much TALO

How about a Whole grain Tuna or turkey Sandwich?
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Thanks widdoes2504

I am going to make her work hard . I want her looking super hot...

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Thank you so for the aswer much TALO

How about a Whole grain Tuna or turkey Sandwich?
sounds good to me.
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