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Old 06-28-2008, 02:56 PM   #1
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It's been a while since I have been on here and I'm sad to say I had a 6 month lapse due to some family, relationship, wife, and daughter issues. I have moved to orange county California from pennsylvania "Anybody in the area want a training partnet?" and I am now ready and motivated to make some change happen. I weighed 235 two weeks ago when I arrived here and now weigh roughly 218. I think the heat helps, I am starting a new diet today. I was hoping for some recommendation on the diet as well. I was thinking 6 meals.

1: Egg whites 5-6, oatmeal non instant no added sugar "Can I add a fruit or is that a no-no?", one glass apple juice

2: gnc 100 percent whey protein shake "Chocolate", small glass of water

3: Tuna fish in water, 2 slices wheat bread

4: Protein shake

5: Baked chicken, or lean fish, Veggie of my choice "What is acceptable?" "small serving Brown rice"

6: Protein shake, some water if I can stomach it.

Any advise is helpful, My new found fat is once again around my stomach area and hips, would you guys recommend 80 percent cardio or should I be hitting the weights more now than ever. Any suggestions at workout plan would be gratefully accepted.

I will post pics soon, even though my body disgusts me right now.

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Old 07-02-2008, 12:33 AM   #2
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Nobody replied :( but I changed my diet on my own accord.

meal 1: 8am- Egg whites with flax seed and a half a slice of ezekiel low sodium bread.

meal2: 11am- Protein Shake, roasted chicken breast sandwich with whole cottage cheese on ezekiel low sodium bread

meal3: 2pm- Promax protien bar, 1 small glass apple juice

meal4: 5pm- Protien Shake, 1 tablespoon flax seed

Workout 5:30 - 7:00

Meal5: 7:30pm- Protien Shake, Tuna Fish in water

Meal6: 10pm- idk, always up this late, always get hungry

Ok so basically I am now strict to my diet and will be working out 5 times a week. I change my diet a little bit each day because I don't know a lot but my workout partner has competed before and is helping a lot. Tomorrow he will help me decide on a good diet and a write up. My goal is to get to 180 in 6 months with about 8% body fat, then I want to get my body in amazing shape at about 3% and compete in a natural body building competition as I know they have many all the time here in California.
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Old 07-02-2008, 05:03 AM   #3
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Do you have carbs in your pre and post workout shakes? Why do you only have two (maybe three if you count Meal6) real meals during the day? That last meal is super important since your workout is so late in the day. I would like to see a meals 5, 6, and 7 after your workout. Even if they're smaller, that will be fine. Just space them out less. What is your workout going to be like? Post everything your partner writes up for you if that's what you're going to follow.

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I would like to see what he comes up with for you as well. If you can post up diet and training.

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You put cottage cheese on roasted chicken sandwich? Thats a first for me.

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