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    Good stuff , bro .

    I see you put carbs in the earlier meals and fat / protein in the later . Can you explain why ?

    Also what would be a good POST workout drink or meal and the timing ?\

    Also , what about supplements ? Are they needed for Newbie's ?


    This can keep going....
    Last edited by Talo; 06-04-2010 at 11:52 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Talo View Post
    Good stuff , bro .

    I see you put carbs in the earlier meals and fat / protein in the later . Can you explain why ?

    Also what would be a good POST workout drink or meal and the timing ?\

    Also , what about supplements ? Are they needed for Newbie's ?


    This can keep going....
    All good ideas but remember... I want to keep this for newbies.

    Pre/Post workout stuff come after training. Supplements, ect come after time in the trenches and when looking to take things to the next level.

    The biggest things I want newbs to understand is proper nutrition; proper training; and consistency.

    Without those 3 things, no matter what supplements or pro and post workout nutrition you employ it won't matter.

    Keeping it simple for now but will definitely want to touch on this areas with future installments
    I lost 20 pounds...How? I drank bear piss and took up fencing. How the **** you think, son? I exercised.

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    good post Natenator!

    Really intesresting for newbies and It's easy to understand!

    Good job!

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    I'll give you green when I can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cch View Post
    ... now if only we can express the importance of training more than just bi's, chest and abs...
    Why these guys love flexing their 13" bis to go with their 12" quads

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    What weight would use the plan he made with 2500 cal? Like 160 pounds?

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    That should help a lot of people out Nate...Good job...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mayodt View Post
    What weight would use the plan he made with 2500 cal? Like 160 pounds?
    I really don't believe in hard and fast rules for people because we're all different and what your body requires calories wise may be different than what someone else requires calorie wise even if at the same body weight.

    I prefer to go off a set baseline for a couple weeks, assess my progress and then make adjustments from there - either up or down depending on what's going on with my body.

    Hope that helps.
    I lost 20 pounds...How? I drank bear piss and took up fencing. How the **** you think, son? I exercised.

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    Hi Nate,

    new to the site and have been working out for about a year. my question is how do i calculate my calorie needs do i use my lean weight or actual weight i am at about 20%bf weighing in at 195lbs and 5'8". do i calculate my calorie need at 195lbs or at 160lbs.

    Ty

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    Great post natenator. Before I read it this is a diet that I came up with. LMK what you think. When it comes to bodybuilding I am a newbie. But lifting no I am not. Just trying to find some help with dieting.


    MEAL 1
    1 CUP OATMEAL (GROND CINAMMON, SPLENDA, IDODIZED SEA SALT)
    10 EGG WHITES (ADD FRANK’S HOT SAUCE FOR FLAVOR)
    TURKEY BACON 3 SLICES
    1 PIECE WHOLE WHEAT BREAD
    1 TABLESPOON JELLY (LOW SUGAR)


    MEAL 2
    PROTEIN SHAKE
    - 3 SCOOPS WHEY PROTEIN
    - ¾ CUP OATS


    MEAL 3
    2 CANS TUNA
    2 WHOLE EGGS
    SALAD (LOW FAT RANCH)
    MEDIUM SWEET POTATOE


    MEAL 4
    SAME AS MEAL 2
    ALT: AFTER TRAINING ON TRAINING DAYS
    PROTEIN SHAKE
    - 2 SCOOPS GATORADE
    - 3 SCOOPS WHEY PROTEIN
    - 2 SCOOPS CREATINE


    MEAL 5
    ½ LB 93% LEAN GROUND BEEF
    1 CUP COOKED BROWN RICE
    1 CUP COOKED VEG
    LITTLE SOY SAUCE FOR FLAVOR


    MEAL 6
    2 CHX BREASTS (8 TO 12 OZS)
    PROTEIN SHAKE
    - 3 SCOOPS WHEY PROTEIN
    2 TABLESPOONS OF NATURAL PEANUT BUTTER


 
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