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Old 04-19-2008, 07:36 PM
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Hey I'm new to the forum here. I was hoping maybe some of you could look at my diet and routine and give me some tips. I just started looking at my diet a couple of weeks ago and cut out all of the microwavable dinners and junk food I was eating.

I just started working out and Martial Arts about eight months ago and now starting to take it all pretty seriously. Anyway if you guys can look at this and give me some tips to lose this last bit of fat that would be awesome.

Day 1:

Brunch: Cereal/ Small yogurt

Snack: 2 muffins

Dinner: Steak/ Carrots/ Potato/ Broccoli

Snack: Protein shake/ Almonds/ Small yogurt/ Bannana

Snack: Herb Salad/ Crackers cheese and sausage


Gym workout: 2 sets around 11 weight machines with 15 reps on each machine.

100 sit ups

Day 2 (cheat day):

Breakfast: 2 eggs/ 2 pieces of toast/ Bacon

Snack: Protein Shake/ Herb salad/ Small yogurt/ Nut and Raisin mix

Dinner: Pizza/ Rice Milk/ Chips/ Chocolate bar


30 reps Staggered pushups
30 reps Jump Squats
30 reps Alternating squats
30 reps Elevated pushups
30 reps squats
30 reps dips
30 reps burpies
30 reps crunches
30 reps military dumb bell press
30 reps dumb bell curls

Day 3:

Breakfast: Tea bun/ Small yogurt/ Rice milk/ Banana

Snack: Tea bun/ Small yogurt/ Dates/ Tamarine

Dinner: Pot roast/ Potato/ Carrots/ Broccoli

Snack: Dates/ Tamarine/ Nut mix/ Protein shake


Gym workout 1 set of 11 machines 15 reps

1 minute sets:

19 pull ups in 1 minute
66 sit ups 1 minute
33 push ups

20 minute jog

Day 4:

Breakfast: Protein shake/ Small yogurt/ Banana/ Dates

Dinner: Meat loaf

Snack: Herb salad/ Spice bun/ Banana

Snack: Dates/ Fruit leather/ Toast


An hour and a half Shoot fighting class (cardio/ pushups/ sit ups/ conditioning/ sparring, etc)

100 sit ups

Day 5:

Breakfast: Papaya/ Banana/ Dates/ Tea bun

Dinner: Meatloaf/ Carrots/ Rice/ Papaya

Snack: Muffins/ Toast and jam/ Dates/ Small yogurt


Gym workout 2 sets of 15 reps

1 minute sets

18 pull ups
58 sit ups
32 pushups

20 minutes using punching bag

100 sit ups

60 push ups

1 set of 75 dumb bell reps

Day 6:

Breakfast: Fruit leather/ Dates/ Porridge/ Pineapple

Lunch: Turkey sandwich

Dinner: Perogies/ Onion/ Bacon


An hour and a half Kickboxing class (Cardio, pushups, situps conditioning, etc)

Day 7:

Breakfast: Pineapple, Spice bun

Lunch: Crackers cheese and sausage/ Herb salad/ Dates/ Small yogurt

Snack: Protein shake/ Dates/ Cucumber/ Spice bun

Dinner: Steak/ Potato/ Greek salad/ Nut mix


Hour long Extreme conditioning class (cardio, push ups, sit ups, etc)

100 pushups
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Old 04-20-2008, 07:17 AM
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All that writting and you didn't tell us the amounts. How many calories are you taking in ? How much protein/carbs/fat ? Makes a difference if that steak you have is 4oz or 8oz and same with chicken or anything.

I would say that your not getting enough protein.
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Old 04-20-2008, 07:21 AM
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looks like you're only getting lean protein from food once a day...may want to try and get some more...

^^^^^what talo said
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...And eat more frequently.
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Old 04-21-2008, 08:23 AM
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Also, if you're trying to get larger then I would get off those isolation machines. Hit up the barbells.

If you're just trying to tone and whatnot then I guess keep doing what you're doing.

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