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    Correct Diet

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    Joe Way

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    Correct Diet

    Post  Joe Way on Mon May 03, 2010 11:16 pm

    Im looking for a few quick meals/snacks to eat before and after each session, as I'm guessing getting this correct would really benefit me.

    Any help would be much appreciated Smile
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    Admin

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    Re: Correct Diet

    Post  Admin on Tue May 04, 2010 12:13 am

    It would be great to see what your currently eating from day to day to get an idea of what your doing right and what your doing wrong.

    As someone who is new to working out we won't expect it to be a perfect bodybuilding diet but interested to see how many calories your currently consuming and where your getting them from.
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    Brawn

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    Re: Correct Diet

    Post  Brawn on Tue May 04, 2010 12:49 am

    A couple of bananas just as you go in to the gym works wonders. Or I occasionally have a lucozade body fuel or a bag of skittles. the sugar give you fast energy.
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    Romp3L

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    Re: Correct Diet

    Post  Romp3L on Tue May 04, 2010 9:58 am

    Brawn wrote:A couple of bananas just as you go in to the gym works wonders. Or I occasionally have a lucozade body fuel or a bag of skittles. the sugar give you fast energy.

    I like taking 1 banana or a rice cake or 2 slices pineapple.
    I agree with Brawn. (just not the skittles.im on a diet.lol) But wat works for u, works for u.
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    Joe Way

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    Re: Correct Diet

    Post  Joe Way on Tue May 04, 2010 10:30 pm

    This was my diet today, one of my rest days

    7am- Two slices of wholemeal toast, 1banana, glass of milk
    12.30pm- Noodles with added chicken, yogurt, water and some Rolo's Smile
    4pm- two slices of wholemeal bread
    7pm- chicken, potatoes and vegetable, water
    9pm- two slices of wholemeal bread and a glass of milk

    How should I be changing this diet on a training day?

    All help would be loved. Thanks Smile
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    Brawn

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    Re: Correct Diet

    Post  Brawn on Wed May 05, 2010 1:32 am

    Shocked I eat more than that for breckfast!... Well nearly!

    Without totally re righting your diet and laying out a propper bodybuilders diet here are a few MUST do tweeks.

    7am- Two slices of wholemeal toast, 1banana, glass of milk (Either add or change to as many eggs as you can eat i.e 3,4,5,6, and a bowl of porage oats.)
    12.30pm- Noodles (Wholemeal rice or wholemeal pasta about a double hand full) with added chicken, yogurt, water and some Rolo's (lol@rolos a hand full of arlmonds would be better.)
    4pm- twofour slices of wholemeal bread a tin of tuna
    7pm- chicken, potatoes and vegetable, water
    9pm- two slices of wholemeal bread a 300g tub of cottage cheese and a glass of milk

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