Last edited by Razzo; 2012-11-07 at 12:45 PM.
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Chicken, turkey, fish, lean cuts of meat, egg/eggwhites, fat free cheeses, high protein wraps, and soy beans is where I get the majority of my protein. I never use powder as it tastes funky and it's virtually impossible to find kosher powder.
100g Red Lentils - 22g of protein
150g chicken - 38g protein
150g broccoli - 5g protein
x amount of milk - x protein
My plan is to somehow eat about 3400 calories a day for the first few weeks and then go up to 4000 for the last few weeks until I reach 85kg. 3500 calories should be enough to keep that weight then. Rule of thumb is "weight x 20kcal", right?Chicken, turkey, fish, lean cuts of meat, egg/eggwhites, fat free cheeses, high protein wraps, and soy beans is where I get the majority of my protein. I never use powder as it tastes funky and it's virtually impossible to find kosher powder.
Now with all the information of how to maximize your gain its time to simplify it a bit.
Food, training, sleep.
- Eat proper. Dont freak out if you eat a piece or two of cake. Breakfast, lunch and dinner is nobrainers. Supplement with some fruit or some nuts in between.
- Hit the weights like there was no tomorrow. Use a program that suits your needs. Could be mine. Could be anyones.
- Sleep right. Get a loong good sleep each night. Make sure you sleep in most dark as possible. Minimize noise.
With that you should be able to acheive your goal without going mental over eating habits, protein intake, maximum use of this and that. You seem motivated so it should be fun and easy for you to do this.
Last edited by runawaybishop; 2012-11-07 at 01:54 PM.
Last edited by jbhasban; 2012-11-07 at 02:47 PM.
He states that its effective for metabolism boosts as well as muscle growth. I know you shouldnt trust whatever you read but in my years of intense workout and passion about body development I never found and article that said otherwise. I don't go looking for myth busting every day so if you have concrete evidence I would very much like to know.
best advice you'll get from these forums: get advice from actual athletes and their coaches,not wow players.
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