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Old 04-28-2011, 03:24 PM   #41
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post diet over the last few days please
Today:

Woke up:
- two glasses (roughly 12 ounces a piece) of milk
- Cereal (honey bunches of whatever) with milk
- Clark bar
- 5 egg & cheese omlette

Mid morning peanut butter sandwich (brought in pb and bread to do this as a go to snack rather than chips or whatever)

Lunch
- water
- Vapiano wheat pasta with tomato sauce and chicken breast
- coffee post lunch

Mid afternoon
- pb sandwich (could only finish half)
- gatorade

Trying to figure out what to do, if anything, after work. Did upper body lifting Monday, nothing tuesday, legs for an hour yesterday... swimming today? Lfiting? Neither? If I work out, I'll get a protein shake on the way. Oddly, my biceps and chest are still sore from Monday and my legs dont' feel any soreness.

I know the above isn't crazy bulking or whatever like some of you guys are capable of but it is a big step up for this scronny blonde
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Today:

Woke up:
- two glasses (roughly 12 ounces a piece) of milk
- Cereal (honey bunches of whatever) with milk
- Clark bar
- 5 egg & cheese omlette

Mid morning peanut butter sandwich (brought in pb and bread to do this as a go to snack rather than chips or whatever)

Lunch
- water
- Vapiano wheat pasta with tomato sauce and chicken breast
- coffee post lunch

Mid afternoon
- pb sandwich (could only finish half)
- gatorade

Trying to figure out what to do, if anything, after work. Did upper body lifting Monday, nothing tuesday, legs for an hour yesterday... swimming today? Lfiting? Neither? If I work out, I'll get a protein shake on the way. Oddly, my biceps and chest are still sore from Monday and my legs dont' feel any soreness.

I know the above isn't crazy bulking or whatever like some of you guys are capable of but it is a big step up for this scronny blonde
seems like you're eating a lot. Today you can probably do another upper body workout.
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Old 04-28-2011, 03:59 PM   #43
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seems like you're eating a lot. Today you can probably do another upper body workout.
In that case, off to the gym after work. Definitely trying to up the intake
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Old 04-28-2011, 04:13 PM   #44
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In that case, off to the gym after work. Definitely trying to up the intake
"Lift now, skeet later". That's my motto!
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Old 05-02-2011, 01:57 AM   #45
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Follow this routine, it will get you started in gaining strength and some size. It is easy to follow and you only have to lift 3 days a week. If you can still see abs then you really dont need to do much cardio. If you follow that lifting schedule you will find it very hard to add cardio once you start adding some real weight to your squats. As far as food, i second the myfitnesspal app. You can use it as an app or login online. Go online and find a bmr calculator then add about 500-1000 calories to it. You only need to eat eggs, chicken, ground turkey, sweet potato, brown rice, brocoli, apples, and natural pb.

oh and milk, lots of milk
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