We have said in our previous Diet Plan to GAIN WEIGHT | Meal 01
If you want to gain weight, then it is very important that you do it right.
Soda and donuts may help you gain weight, but it can destroy your health at the same time.
If you are underweight, then you want to gain a balanced...
Hey so I have been googling diet plans etc and I read on this forum someone saying " why pay for a basic diet when you can ask here for free" so that's what what ill be doing Haha
My body fat% has shot up and I'm Trying to look for a good diet plan! However, I'm a very fussy eater. I don't...
which way do you guys prefer to meal prep. Do you guys like to measure out when actually cooking and put into individual Tupperware per meal or just lets say bulk cook chicken breast, put it into a large container and serve out when needed?
I've dabbled in and out the gym for a few years now, mainly for enjoyment reasons but recently I've enjoyed the gains and ive started taking it all a bit more serious since people have noticed the gains and commented more regularly. I have a good knowledge of the gym/exercises and ive...
Currently bored of the same boring taste of chicken & rice..
Anyone have any good tips to spice it up a bit? Or am i fighting a lost cause and should man up?
Any advice would be much appreciated!
Im 16 and just beginning weighlifting to get a nice body and get strong for hockey. Heres how I started my first day of meals
meal 1 (breakfast)
2 large eggs-140calories,5g of fat,12g protein(for 2 eggs not 1 each)
nature valey oat bar- 200 calories, 8g fat, 4g protein
2 pieces of...
Ok so I'm starting my workouts soon and I'm pretty skinny so I got a weight gainer and I need to know how to eat while working out. So can somebody give me a good meal planner they have that they can share with me? (Provide names of foods and when to take them please example...
OK first questino. it's hockey offseason for me and it's time to workout!! I recetly bought a weight gainer because Im skinny. I want the look of being bigger AND the STRENGTH will that help?
Now i just need help to organize my meals every day (or should it just be the days I work out). Please...
I'm always in a dilemma over the last meal of the day, which for me, is around 9.30/10pm. Nothing i eat feels 'healthy'.
Listening to people on here, carbs last thing at night are a no no. Fats are probably not advisable because there is little time to burn them off before sleeping. So...
I read an article recently that made a good case for your post workout meal needing to be carbohydrates, and simple ones, at that. I see lots of guys at the gym, using protien drinks, post workout. Can anyone shed light on this subject? As you can imagine, i'm somewhat confused.
Im tryin to eat every 2 hours but due to work commitments I cant always be this regular. Whats the best thing to do when you miss a meal- eat the missed meal with the next meal or spread the missed meal over the rest of the meals or something else?
wanting to change or add to my morning snack....
which is:- a peanut butter wholegrain bagel
more protien needed i no.
Was "toying" with the idea of adding 3 boiled eggs.
I see some have a shake, but i have my shake straight after my breakfast which is a bowl of porridge.
Im currently on a 3 day split.
Monday - Back - arms / 20-30mins cardio
Wednesday - Shoulders /legs 20-30 mins cardio
Friday - Chest - arms 20-30 mins cardio
Ive been training for 2years now but my diet has been poor.
Ive taken a diet and correct it so it will work better for me...
Iv currently been eating a brown breadsandwich with a chicken breast, low fat cheese and a slice of ham, about 1.30h before hitting the gym, just ti have some energy in me to lift weights.
Iv been told tho, as im actually looking to lose fat, to drop the bread altogether.
me again hehe.
Just wondering if 11-14g of protein per meal is enough? Im looking at about 5 meals a day plus protein shake. With the meat issue im not sure if that enough. If it isnt i can always had some beef jerky or something which is about 50g per 100g (obv i wouldnt eat that much at once...
THE EFFECT OF MEAL FREQUENCY ON BODY COMPOSITION DURING 12-WEEKS OF STRENGTH TRAINING
Hansen Øyvind1, Fostervold Mathisen Therese2, Raastad
(Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, University of Oslo1,
Norwegian School of Sport Sciences2, Norway)
Human trials on the effect of meal...
My mid morning meal, is normally about 10:30 and consists of about a cup of wholewheat pasta, two tins of tuna, onion and mayo. Now, my qustion is, how bad is the mayo. This may sound stupid. But is it going to be that bad. I just fnd it hard to eat without it as it is too dry. I workout at...