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Waynes

Switzerland

Thought we might have a thread where there shoulden't be any mocking, where we all become friends and live happily ever after.

On other days I will eat some fish, different meats, offal, French fries and some Muesli.

My typical day is:

Meal 1,

1000 calorie shake, complex carbs and protein mixed with skimmed milk.

Meal 2,
Large portions of each, Basmati rice and Chili con carne.

Meal 3,
Chicken or steak, boiled or baked potatoes, and a mixture of greens, bread with low fat butter.

Meal 4,
Pint of full fat milk and a few cakes.

Meal 5,
Large portions of each, Basmati rice and homemade chicken vindaloo..

Wayne
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coomo

Waynes wrote:
Thought we might have a thread where there shoulden't be any mocking, where we all become friends and live happily ever after.

On other days I will eat some fish, different meats, offal, French fries and some Muesli.

My typical day is;

Meal 1,

1000 calorie shake, complex carbs and protein mixed with skimmed milk.

Meal 2,
Large portions of each, Basmati rice and Chili con carne.

Meal 3,
Chicken or steak, boiled or baked potatoes, and a mixture of greens, bread with low fat butter.

Meal 4,
Pint of full fat milk and a few cakes.

Meal 5,
Large portions of each, Basmati rice and homemade chicken vindaloo..

Wayne

How fast do you eat your chicken Waynie? Do you chew the recommended 32 times a mouthful, or do you shovel it in and swallow hard? im sure youd get better results if you used the slow method.

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sgb2112

Eat all my food in a 4 hour window. To hell with grazing like a cow. 5-9 pm window.

Meal 1. Post workout 2 large banana's blended in water with 50 grams whey.

Meal 2. About two hours later. Big salad, couple of chicken breasts, & a starch, ie pasta or rice.

Non training days I blend my whey with frozen mixed berries & eat 1/4 cup almonds. Main meal is always alot of greens, a protein source & a starch.
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M Lipowski

New York, USA

Impeccable :)
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Crotalus

1 ) 1/2 bag instant grits with sharp cheese and three scrambled eggs mixed in , coffee.

2) couple eggs blended with peanut butter and half and half.

3) salad w/ chicken or tuna.

4) same as breakfast

5) same blender drink as before

6) meat and a salad

Besides this, I eat watermelon throughout the day and night ... the one summer addiction I'm powerless against.

This eating is for four days and in the fifth I eat mostly good carbs all day with little protein / fat. I'll have cereal and fruit a few times a day, juice, baked potato or rice and maybe a slice or two of pizza.

Day six I start all over again.

No idea of the calories but am sure the low carb days are around 60-70 grams. Other than my coffee, my drinks are flavored water.

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DownUnderLifter

Meal 1
1 cup (dry) oats
1/2 cup skim milk
tbsp honey
banana

Meal 2
coffee
apple
banana

Meal 3
cheese/pickle sandwich
Natural Peanut Paste sandwich

Meal 4
200g fat-free yoghurt
tbsp walnuts
1 cup frozen blueberries

Meal 5
150-200g steak/chicken/fish
salad/veg
rice/potatoe

Meal 6
500ml skim milk
Natural Peanut Paste sandwich

DUL
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dhitquinn

Meal 1 breakfast
ready break made with milk with added raisins.
natural yoghurt and 1 scoop of chocolate protein blended in with 300mls of orange juice

meal 2
1/2 sandwich tuna
1/2 sandwich corned beef
glass of milk with yoghurt blended through it
pint of water (most water drinks i have i put in a small amount of cordial)

meal 3 lunch
1 tin of sardines and 1 tin of lemon flavoured tuna blended in 400mls of tomato juice.
pint of water

meal 4
2 pickled eggs
2 pieces of buttered roll with olive oil and balsamic vinegar
pint of water

meal 5 dinner

varies a lot to be honest usually something with chicken/meat/fish with either potatoes or cous cous and veg.
1/2 a protein shake
pint of water
tea or coffee

meal 6

1/2 meat feast pizza
1/2 a protein shake
2 pints of water

meal 7 last meal

1 tin of salmon blended in 400mls of tomato juice
2 slices of german smoked cheese
cup of tea

if i wake throughout the night i will have a protein shake that i keep in my fridge in a large jug usually made from 5 desert spoons of skimmed milk powder 3 scoops whey concentrate 2 scoops of casein 3 cups of ready brek and 600mls of water. i use this throughout the day as well.

i usually have 2-3 tabs of brewers yeast with every meal and a good few cod liver oil tablets through out the day.

Dave


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Waynes

Switzerland

M Lipowski wrote:
Impeccable :)


Who were you referring to as impeccable, sgb2112 ???

If people who enter comps like M Lipowski and the rest, if you have time it would be interesting to see what you eat well out of season and well into season.

coomo wrote:
Waynes wrote:
Thought we might have a thread where there shoulden't be any mocking, where we all become friends and live happily ever after.

On other days I will eat some fish, different meats, offal, French fries and some Muesli.

My typical day is;

Meal 1,

1000 calorie shake, complex carbs and protein mixed with skimmed milk.

Meal 2,
Large portions of each, Basmati rice and Chili con carne.

Meal 3,
Chicken or steak, boiled or baked potatoes, and a mixture of greens, bread with low fat butter.

Meal 4,
Pint of full fat milk and a few cakes.

Meal 5,
Large portions of each, Basmati rice and homemade chicken vindaloo..

Wayne

How fast do you eat your chicken Waynie? Do you chew the recommended 32 times a mouthful, or do you shovel it in and swallow hard? im sure youd get better results if you used the slow method.



Dammed dammed dammed, I nearly forgot, next week I will be flying up to London restaurant, where you prepare your own food, you take one onion and some herbs and then one coomo, dice him up into very small chunks, and fry them all together, and eat when hot.

Wayne



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sgb2112

Probably me. Intermittent fasting gets no love from the bodybuilding world. Check out leangains.com for physique transformation pics. They use an 8 hour window to consume three meals, one of them pre-workout.

For me, the six meals a day thing became a drag and did not result in better performance or physique..I was drinking three met-rx's & eating three whole meals, more than BW grams in protein etc.

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DanBeitzel87

Since i am deployed, it is very hard to stay consistent, but this is the run down as of late, and at least for a few more months.

Meal 1: four scrambled eggs with a little shredded cheese and jalapenos, one banana with natural peanut butter. two big glasses of water.

Meal 2: two cans of tuna, one diced hard boiled egg, diced jalapenos, diced up melon, strawberries or watermelon.

Meal 3: Whey Protein shake with skim milk.

Meal 4: Chicken breast with a side of broccoli

Meal 5: Whey Protein shake with skim milk

Lots of water in between. And when im feeling totally depleted, a glass of chocolate milk after workout.


Dan Beitzel
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MDieguez

sgb2112
I've seen the lean gains stuff. Very interesting. Have you had the dramatic results that Martin and some of his clients have had. I like his recommendations on training as well ( brief and intense). His triple bodyweight deadlift is impressive ( 660x3 @ 200lbs.)
Mike
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Jym1985

At the moment Im bulking, so my diet is as follows:

Meal 1:
Glass fresh orange juice
130g Oats
4 whole eggs
50g Whey protein shake

Meal 2:
Half a high calorie drink with the following ingredients;
450ml full fat milk
2 apples
2 bananas
3 tbsp natural yoghurt
150g oats
60g whey protein
50g maltodextrin

Meal 3:
135g pasta
1 tin tuna
pasta sauce

Meal 4:
The second half of the high calorie shake in meal 2

Meal 5:
2 chicken breasts
120g basmati rice
veg

Meal 6:
6 whole eggs
4 rashers of bacon
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overfiftylifter

Breakfast-protein drink(Whey-casein-egg)mixed in apple juice with frozen blueberries and two slices of whole wheat toast with a jumbo mug of black tea from PG Tips,Twinings Everday, Marks and Spencer, Waitrose, Tesco, Harrod's or Fortnums which I bring back in a big bag from my trips to England.

Lunch-tuna sandwich with sliced tomato on whole wheat with sauerkraut on the side and coffee(Folger's in every cup)

Snack-organic Kirkland peanut butter(getting some resveratrol)sandwich on a high protein bread and a apple

Dinner-egg salad sandwich made with omega-3 eggs and olive oil based mayo(also used with earlier tuna)on whole wheat bread with a mixed salad and a tall glass of Shiraz, Cabernet, Merlot(a little more resveratrol) during the week day and Baltika Porter, Young's Double Chocolate or Oatmeal Stout on the weekend.

Weekend dinner is under "She Who Must Be Obeyed" command.

Probably enough protein, fiber to prevent having just a weekly BM, antioxidants galore and enough alcohol to make life livable. Probably don't drink enough water. Never really trusted the stuff.

Overfiftylifter-not on a gluten free, Paleo "can't find my club to fight off the tigers", very high protein hemorrhoid producing diet.

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sgb2112

MD, give it a shot & start out with the 8 hour eating window leangains version. Lyle McDonald also has some good articles on meal frequency on his site too for more info on IF.

You will not get weaker or go into catabolism not eating every three hours..that is broscience/supplement industry fear mongering.



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dhitquinn

Jym1985 wrote:
At the moment Im bulking, so my diet is as follows:

Meal 1:
Glass fresh orange juice
130g Oats
4 whole eggs
50g Whey protein shake

Meal 2:
Half a high calorie drink with the following ingredients;
450ml full fat milk
2 apples
2 bananas
3 tbsp natural yoghurt
150g oats
60g whey protein
50g maltodextrin

Meal 3:
135g pasta
1 tin tuna
pasta sauce

Meal 4:
The second half of the high calorie shake in meal 2

Meal 5:
2 chicken breasts
120g basmati rice
veg

Meal 6:
6 whole eggs
4 rashers of bacon


Great bulking diet well done
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fbcoach

Approximately 3000 calories/day
200-250gms protein/day
The rest made up of carbs and fat

Example:

Meal 1
10 egg whites smothered in salsa
2 Waffles
2 slices of whole grain toast
sliced up apple

Meal 2
Protein bar

Meal 3
2 Tuna salad sandwiches
Pretzels
Banana

Meal 4
HUGE salad
Chicken with Mounds of rice mixed with vegetables I cannot pronounce
Bowl of ice cream

Meal 5
Protein bar

On Saturdays, I eat any and all I want
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DownUnderLifter

ddhitquinn wrote:
Meal 1 breakfast
ready break made with milk with added raisins.
natural yoghurt and 1 scoop of chocolate protein blended in with 300mls of orange juice

meal 2
1/2 sandwich tuna
1/2 sandwich corned beef
glass of milk with yoghurt blended through it
pint of water (most water drinks i have i put in a small amount of cordial)

meal 3 lunch
1 tin of sardines and 1 tin of lemon flavoured tuna blended in 400mls of tomato juice.
pint of water

meal 4
2 pickled eggs
2 pieces of buttered roll with olive oil and balsamic vinegar
pint of water

meal 5 dinner

varies a lot to be honest usually something with chicken/meat/fish with either potatoes or cous cous and veg.
1/2 a protein shake
pint of water
tea or coffee

meal 6

1/2 meat feast pizza
1/2 a protein shake
2 pints of water

meal 7 last meal

1 tin of salmon blended in 400mls of tomato juice
2 slices of german smoked cheese
cup of tea

if i wake throughout the night i will have a protein shake that i keep in my fridge in a large jug usually made from 5 desert spoons of skimmed milk powder 3 scoops whey concentrate 2 scoops of casein 3 cups of ready brek and 600mls of water. i use this throughout the day as well.

i usually have 2-3 tabs of brewers yeast with every meal and a good few cod liver oil tablets through out the day.

Dave




Great plan Dave. What are your current stats, BW etc?

Cheers
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dhitquinn

DownUnderLifter wrote:
ddhitquinn wrote:
Meal 1 breakfast
ready break made with milk with added raisins.
natural yoghurt and 1 scoop of chocolate protein blended in with 300mls of orange juice

meal 2
1/2 sandwich tuna
1/2 sandwich corned beef
glass of milk with yoghurt blended through it
pint of water (most water drinks i have i put in a small amount of cordial)

meal 3 lunch
1 tin of sardines and 1 tin of lemon flavoured tuna blended in 400mls of tomato juice.
pint of water

meal 4
2 pickled eggs
2 pieces of buttered roll with olive oil and balsamic vinegar
pint of water

meal 5 dinner

varies a lot to be honest usually something with chicken/meat/fish with either potatoes or cous cous and veg.
1/2 a protein shake
pint of water
tea or coffee

meal 6

1/2 meat feast pizza
1/2 a protein shake
2 pints of water

meal 7 last meal

1 tin of salmon blended in 400mls of tomato juice
2 slices of german smoked cheese
cup of tea

if i wake throughout the night i will have a protein shake that i keep in my fridge in a large jug usually made from 5 desert spoons of skimmed milk powder 3 scoops whey concentrate 2 scoops of casein 3 cups of ready brek and 600mls of water. i use this throughout the day as well.

i usually have 2-3 tabs of brewers yeast with every meal and a good few cod liver oil tablets through out the day.

Dave




Great plan Dave. What are your current stats, BW etc?

Cheers


Hi mate currently i weigh about 215 dunno measurements yet i dont tend to do that as if i havent grown it really annoys me and sets me up for a crap week.

the plan is quite good but it is difficult to stick to because of work etc.

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entsminger

Virginia, USA

Wayne---
Thought we might have a thread where there shoulden't be any mocking, where we all become friends and live happily ever after.

On other days I will eat some fish, different meats, offal, French fries and some Muesli.

My typical day is:

==Scott==

Well if this isn't the biggest pile of horse shi....

Just kidding Wayne, Here's my typical diet.

Breakfast:
Yogurt cup or can of tuna
Peanut butter on some fruit or veggie
Cranburry juice
Liver tablets/vitamins

lunch: if possible?
Peanut butter sandwich
turnip or apple or blackberries etc
Tuna

Snacks:
Chocolate chip cookies, or chips or whatever is handy to much on here and there.

Dinner:
Either fish or chicken or steak or hamburgers, or spegetti or whatever.
Salad, lots of veggies, no dressing
Baked potatos or fries, green beans, peas, etc etc....
Light Snack 2 hours before bed +
Liver tablets vitamins



Now maybe I missed it but I didn't see to much junk listed on some of these other diets? Most of us know we eat our share of junk food regardless if we're training for Mr. Olympia or not. Let's be honest here.
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fbcoach

entsminger wrote:
Wayne---
Thought we might have a thread where there shoulden't be any mocking, where we all become friends and live happily ever after.

On other days I will eat some fish, different meats, offal, French fries and some Muesli.

My typical day is:

==Scott==

Well if this isn't the biggest pile of horse shi....

Just kidding Wayne, Here's my typical diet.

Breakfast:
Yogurt cup or can of tuna
Peanut butter on some fruit or veggie
Cranburry juice
Liver tablets/vitamins

lunch: if possible?
Peanut butter sandwich
turnip or apple or blackberries etc
Tuna

Snacks:
Chocolate chip cookies, or chips or whatever is handy to much on here and there.

Dinner:
Either fish or chicken or steak or hamburgers, or spegetti or whatever.
Salad, lots of veggies, no dressing
Baked potatos or fries, green beans, peas, etc etc....
Light Snack 2 hours before bed +
Liver tablets vitamins



Now maybe I missed it but I didn't see to much junk listed on some of these other diets? Most of us know we eat our share of junk food regardless if we're training for Mr. Olympia or not. Let's be honest here.


Hi Scott,
I pretty much atay away from junk food during the week, but I do make up for it on Saturdays....(beer, pizza, etc.). I know we all train for health reasons, but another big reason is vanity. Personally, it is hard for me to stay motivated either to train or eat properly if I don't pay close attention to both. For me, diet and training go hand-in-hand.
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overfiftylifter

My junk food comes as moisture in a glass, usually porter or stout.

Overfiftylifter-Scott, I drink to your good humor and health
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southbeach

overfiftylifter wrote:
My junk food comes as moisture in a glass, usually porter or stout.

Overfiftylifter-Scott, I drink to your good humor and health


you are a man after my own heart. i like a beer you must cut with knife. ;)

best beer i ever had was Guinness (DRAFT) must be from the tap!

Their stout is great too!

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dhitquinn

I wish alcohol wasnt so detrimental to bodybuilding and also didnt give you a terrible hangover it is difficult to avoid at times as getting wasted is a national sport here in Scotland and everyone is always doing it leaving you with no option to go out and have a few, not to mention the expense could be put to better use ie more good quality foods for the cupboard etc.
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Jym1985

I actually do not like eating junk food or drinking.
I dont even like tea or coffee.

This leaves me eating and drinking healthily all year round, which does produce really good gains if I get enough sleep.

I do tend to loose a fair bit of weight when I go offshore (about 5 times per year). But when I come back Im more determined than ever to regain the weight, which is what Im doing justnow.

In just 2 weeks, I have gained 7lbs, most of which is muscle. My high calorie drinks help a lot when Im at work (onshore)
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Waynes

Switzerland

I like lots of the ideas here, great ideas and diets all. Natural peanut butter, never tried that. I also do the shake thing at bedtime; I freeze it in the morning then take to bed, and if I wake early and feel thirsty/hungry, take a few swigs.

sgb2112 wrote:
Eat all my food in a 4 hour window. To hell with grazing like a cow. 5-9 pm window.

Meal 1. Post workout 2 large banana's blended in water with 50 grams whey.

Meal 2. About two hours later. Big salad, couple of chicken breasts, & a starch, ie pasta or rice.

Non training days I blend my whey with frozen mixed berries & eat 1/4 cup almonds. Main meal is always alot of greens, a protein source & a starch.


I would lose muscle and fat if I eat that low food, and muscle mostly, I eat more than that in one sitting, however if it works for you great, and are you gaining good like this ??? Look at the scales and BF monitors, and if they are both the same after 6 months, your either very advanced, or doing something wrong.

I know Mariusz Pudzianowski and Derek Poundstone, too which both are roughly 320 and ripped, and both eat about 8000 calories per day or 25 calories per pound of bodyweight, thus I try to do the same.

I also remember a video of Jay Cutler going shopping, he to eats a huge amount, well you just have to grow, 99% can only grow with excess food

I train on a 10 way split, and am very active in work, other sports and walk the dog at least 2 hours per day. And I did not eat like that; I would find it very hard to gain.

southbeach wrote:
overfiftylifter wrote:
My junk food comes as moisture in a glass, usually porter or stout.

Overfiftylifter-Scott, I drink to your good humor and health

you are a man after my own heart. i like a beer you must cut with knife. ;)

best beer i ever had was Guinness (DRAFT) must be from the tap!

Their stout is great too!



Guinness is stout. We have Guinness in lots of the bar over here in Europe, but its not really a beer or lager. Most people who drink Guinness for the first time expect it to taste like a dark beer, and they dont like it. It does have a rich and sour bitter, heaviness to it. It is an acquired taste in order to drink it. Also very healthy, full of iron.

ddhitquinn wrote:
I wish alcohol wasnt so detrimental to bodybuilding and also didnt give you a terrible hangover it is difficult to avoid at times as getting wasted is a national sport here in Scotland and everyone is always doing it leaving you with no option to go out and have a few, not to mention the expense could be put to better use ie more good quality foods for the cupboard etc.


Yes me too, as there are many unwanted calories in alcohol, but I think the worst part is the dehydration in the morning, that is when my ice cold shake comes in anytime I wake up after a night out.

Jym1985 wrote:
I actually do not like eating junk food or drinking.
I dont even like tea or coffee.

This leaves me eating and drinking healthily all year round, which does produce really good gains if I get enough sleep.

I do tend to loose a fair bit of weight when I go offshore (about 5 times per year). But when I come back Im more determined than ever to regain the weight, which is what Im doing justnow.

In just 2 weeks, I have gained 7lbs, most of which is muscle. My high calorie drinks help a lot when Im at work (onshore)


Funny I can be like that for months on end if I want, used to be like that most of the year. Ten years ago at my check my cholesterol was the lowest that they had seen, too low, they said I had to get it up.

entsminger wrote:
Now maybe I missed it but I didn't see to much junk listed on some of these other diets? Most of us know we eat our share of junk food regardless if we're training for Mr. Olympia or not. Let's be honest here.


But lets just talk of gaining muscle and being vain, what really is junk food ??? As the thing I will say away from is saturated fat.

However most would call French fries, cheese cake and beer junk food; however I eat French fries twice per week, and might eat a whole cheese cake in one eating.

And go out for a few beers three times a week.

Wayne


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