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> Fitness, Training and Nutrition, Do you train? What is your motivation?
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Posted: May 30 2016, 09:53 PM


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Might as well bring this up again.

But more so to this question:
What meal set up do you have for daily/weekly? I know I see people make a weeks worth of chicken/broccoli (Maybe carrots) and rice (Not sure which type) but is it lunch and dinner, or breakfast/lunch/dinner all together?

I also know theres supposed to be a 'meal/snack' in between the main meals, but what do you prefer? Yogurt? Nuts/Cheese?

Starting my change in two weeks, just getting this time to prepare and read more into it as well, so links/videos would be great.
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Posted: Jun 1 2016, 07:31 PM


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Diet is where I'm lacking but due to my style of working out I pretty much get away with just about anything I eat.

Before you decide to diet I suggest you cut bad stuff out first. Stop eating sweets, fast food, no more soda, pretty much all the bad shit for you. Sounds easy but try that for a month and see how it goes.

You should always have a water bottle near by, sipping on water all day. More water you drink the better as thats how the body disposes of toxins and such.

I drink a lot of tea at night just before bed, peppermint being my go to, find something that you like, its helps fight the urge of eating and it calms you to help you sleep better.

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Posted: Jun 7 2016, 04:23 AM


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Since my previous attempts to get fit on my own has repeatedly failed, I've signed up for a kickboxing class to help keep me more accountable for not showing up.

First class was this morning. Woke up at 3:30am, got to class by 5:30, and was pretty much exhausted by the end of the warm-up. Barely made it through the hour-long class without losing my breakfast, which consisted of a bowl of oatmeal, two hard-boiled eggs, and a can of Monster... which probably was not a good idea, but I needed the caffeine.

My plan is to attend four times per week: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday. Figure Wednesday and the weekend can serve as rest/low intensity cardio days.

As for a diet, I'm going to try cutting down on certain foods as per Lonely_Driver's suggestions, replacing them with more healthy alternatives like egg whites, nuts, and vegetables.

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Posted: Jun 7 2016, 08:11 AM


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Keep the egg whole, unless you're eating a big ass breakfast, then cut down on the yolk, missing a lot of essential fats/other great things in the yolk.

Already watching meal prep videos, one made a breakfast one (Which only consisted of eggs and potatoes) But he gave a good insight, he use 3 egg whites and two whole eggs for one days breakfast. (He did the calculations) but he said to always have a egg yolk in there.

also saw the typical chicken one, so many had no flavor, but the one who did t he breakfast showed him using teriyaki and other spices (Even used a spice marinade that's used for all meat)

Gonna start shopping on friday to get an idea of I need to do. white rice, chicken and broccoli seem like a good weeks start of it.
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Posted: Jun 7 2016, 11:31 AM


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I try not to eat more than two egg yolks for breakfast. I usually have three eggs: two whole, one egg white. Today, after I posted, I had scrambled eggs, probably the equivalent of one whole egg and two egg whites. So, I ate two whole eggs and three egg whites today, which is coincidentally what the video suggested. smile.gif

For lunch, I had a bowl of escarole and beans soup (ate out at a local pizza shop and figured soup would be a healthier alternative), followed by a pre-made salad.
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Posted: Jun 9 2016, 11:19 AM


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I'm doing strength training since several years, however, I barely became stronger over the years. I started to think it's getting a waste of time, but then I tried drinking protein drinks since last december after the exercises and now I'm feeling that I'm becoming stronger after each training day little by little and I can see my muscles are growing bigger too. I figured out that I'm a so-called hardgainer. Since I never did anything before to refill my protein stores after the training, my muscles never became stronger.
I wish I started drinking protein drinks already some years ago. pinch2.gif
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Protein works wonders on training days I have two.

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Posted: Jun 11 2016, 11:19 AM


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Random question: Does the whole 'planking' workouts really work?

I know there's like 3 or so variations (Hand/using your arms/one arm for the sides/etc) but do they actually work like the traditional crunch or so?

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