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Nutrition: Workout III - December 13, 2007, 01:01 AM

Ok, you went to the gym, you hit the elliptical machine, the weights, you go home and are still sweating. You shower/sauna and feel good/hurt enough and THINK you are getting the results you want.

Reality hits you when you look in the mirror and see that all the hard work isn't adding up to what you REALLY want. WTF!!! Question, What the heck are you eating and how many times a day? Are you eating foods from the store our will you prepare your own meals and resist the restaurant? Do you finish your plate? Are you taking supplements, energy drinks, meal replacement bars? Are you consistant or is Sunday the day off. What supplements do you take???

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Ok, you went to the gym, you hit the elliptical machine, the weights, you go home and are still sweating. You shower/sauna and feel good/hurt enough and THINK you are getting the results you want.

Reality hits you when you look in the mirror and see that all the hard work isn't adding up to what you REALLY want. WTF!!! Question, What the heck are you eating and how many times a day? Are you eating foods from the store our will you prepare your own meals and resist the restaurant? Do you finish your plate? Are you taking supplements, energy drinks, meal replacement bars? Are you consistant or is Sunday the day off. What supplements do you take???

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Results aren't instant. That's the thing that gets folks. Like anything, you have to work hard and change your lifestyle. Fitness and healthy diet is a lifestyle. It's not something temporary, where you work hard for a couple of months and become slim. You need to change everything. Real foods and good nutrition will trump supplement use. If you eat the right foods, you don't need supplements. You can still eat out... opt for the Salmon and salad vs. the burger and fries. Look at what comes with the meal. This doesn't mean you have to completely wipe out the bad foods - you just eat them in moderation. Limit yourself to a couple of times a month for some Wendys or Taco Bell, or whatever. Pick something thats not all fried.

Remember, your biggest meal should be breakfeast. Each meal after should taper off all the way to dinner.

I eat 6 times a day, but they are small portions and snacks. I eat healthy and excercise 5 times a week (including my run 4-5 miles a day M-F) and am in decent shape. I also smoke, so I gotta make up for my bad habits somwhere.


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Eat to live, do not live to eat. Ensure that you are meeting your basal metabolic rate (BMR) or else your body will go into starvation mode and store fat. (way too many fad diets forget this in their equations) I eat every 3 hours based upon what I intend to do for the following 3 hours. Treat your body like a campfire, throw a log on every 6 hours but in between you need to throw on some kindling.


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Fitness is 80% diet 20% training...

All the training in the world without a proper diet will not get you results.


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well luckily I am still at an age where I dont even worry about weight other than putting it on so I can gain more mass.

1hour before waking: 5g arginine
Immediately when waking:40g whey/1-3g carnitine/100mg beta-ecdysterone
with breakfast: multi vitamin

hour before workout:5g arginine/ 200mg caffeine or Nitric oxide pre workout mix
30 mins before: 20g whey/ 5g creatine/ 1-3g carnitine

immediately after workout: 30g whey/ 30g casein/ 5g creatine/ 1-3g carnitine/ 100mg beta-ecdysterone/ gatorade

hour before bed: 5g arginine/ 1 dose ZMA

at bed: 40g casein protein/ 100mg beta-ecdysterone

I drink a gallon of water, no sodas at all. I try to limit beer but thats the hardest part(weekends are drinking time)


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well luckily I am still at an age where I dont even worry about weight other than putting it on so I can gain more mass.

1hour before waking: 5g arginine
Immediately when waking:40g whey/1-3g carnitine/100mg beta-ecdysterone
with breakfast: multi vitamin

hour before workout:5g arginine/ 200mg caffeine or Nitric oxide pre workout mix
30 mins before: 20g whey/ 5g creatine/ 1-3g carnitine

immediately after workout: 30g whey/ 30g casein/ 5g creatine/ 1-3g carnitine/ 100mg beta-ecdysterone/ gatorade

hour before bed: 5g arginine/ 1 dose ZMA

at bed: 40g casein protein/ 100mg beta-ecdysterone

I drink a gallon of water, no sodas at all. I try to limit beer but thats the hardest part(weekends are drinking time)
Nice supplement list! Alot of people forget about caffeine but its natures lubricant and a must have. Might want to check out bsn's new stuff, atro-phex, contains most of your dosings in a simple mix & drink packet.


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I eat about 4-5 times a day
mostly egg beaters in the morning, tuna/ chicken salad for lunch, cheese sticks/ peanuts or cashews for snacks, chicken or salmon for dinner with green veggies.

daily multi-vitamin in AM

work-outs normally consist of circuit training, running or some type of cardio, or weight training

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6-8 small meals a day 3 protein shakes on in the morning one before workout and one after workout. Mix of chicken breasts, 95-97% lean beef hard boiled egg whites and lots of water and green tea. No sodas.


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well, I don't ask for supersized anymore...

Not because I'm healthy or anything, it's just those Mcbastards don't offer it anymore


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When I was training (Sharon keeps me fat and happy now)...I was eating approximately every two hours throughout the day and taking in 1.5 - 2 grams of protein per lb of body weight (At the time that was around 325-400 grams) and as many calories as I could find. I was supplementing with Universal's Animal line (Protein mix, Pak, Nitro, Mstak, and Pump - no joke it was about 40 pills a day). In about an 8 month period I went from 180 lbs with a bench equal to or below my body weight to about 215 with a solid 315 bench. Everything (chest, shoulders, back, arms) went through the roof as far as strength was concerned, but I was not "fit" or "trim". Size and strength compared to definition and tone are two totally different regimes as far as diet and exercise are concerned. Another important factor that many people overlook is REST. It doesnt matter if you are training to be the strongest man alive or want to look like you were chiseled out of stone, you body repairs itself during times of rest and inactivity. Over training can actually have adverse affects on your gains.


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I have a question, no matter when I take my multi-vitamin (i.e. before a meal, after a meal, midday) it always makes me a bit nauseous. Im just taking a women's one-a-day. Anyone have the same problem?


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I have a question, no matter when I take my multi-vitamin (i.e. before a meal, after a meal, midday) it always makes me a bit nauseous. Im just taking a women's one-a-day. Anyone have the same problem?
Could be a few different things, but if I had to place bets, it would be you are not drinking enough water. Vitamins are either water or fat soluable. Odds are this is a water soluable vitamin and requires a specific amount of water to be taken in on a daily basis.


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I have a question, no matter when I take my multi-vitamin (i.e. before a meal, after a meal, midday) it always makes me a bit nauseous. Im just taking a women's one-a-day. Anyone have the same problem?
Yes, happened to me too....but I found that taking it after I eat my breakfast with a full glass of water helps...

If I take it by itself, I want to


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