My training regime

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  1. cool-cat

    cool-cat Well-Known Member Full Member

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    1st september.
    10 minute warm-up
    3 rounds shawdow boxing.
    3x10 bench press
    2x10 incline bench press
    3x10 chest flys
    3x10 bicep curls
    3x10 leg extensions
    2x10 calf raises.

    Diet.
    Meal 1: 2 weetabix, 330ml milk and i slice whole meal bread.
    Meal 2: salmon fillet and tomato 330ml milk
    Meal 3: Mashed potatoes mixed wiht milk. Carrots and brocholi.
    Meal 4: Cereal (bran) 330ml milk handful of grapes.
    Meal 5: 1 piece of fruit
     
  2. SouthpawSlayer

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    very little protein in your diet for hypertrophy training
     
  3. cool-cat

    cool-cat Well-Known Member Full Member

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    I ran out of protein shakes and i would normally take two a day. hopefully get some soon.
     
  4. SouthpawSlayer

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    eat some eggs or tuna better than those shakes man
     
  5. cool-cat

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    some days i make a omlette wiht only egg whites. the main reason i take shakes are i train late at night at dont want the food lying in me all night.
     
  6. cool-cat

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    2nd september

    10 minute warm up
    12 rounds on bag
    3 rounds sparring
    10 minutes skipping
    3 rounds shawdow boxing
    strength exercises
    cool down


    Diet.
    meal 1: 2 weetabix, 1 slice of brown bread and 330ml water.
    meal2: Home made vegetable soup 330ml milk
    meal 3: home made vegetable soup, 1 slice of brown bread. 330ml milk
    meal 4: 1 egg white, 1 slice of brown bread with tuna.
     
  7. cool-cat

    cool-cat Well-Known Member Full Member

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    any ones advice is greately welcomed.
     
  8. RDJ

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    Do not throw away the yolk, please!!! :|

    It's the best part of the egg. Half the protein and all the nutrients. The fat is a good addition to your diet as well, you seem to be running dangerously low on it. Your diet is very low in calories altogether, your workout being geared towards hypertrophy. The food won't lie in you all night, it will be used to replenish your sugar levels in blood, liver and muscles, and to recover from your workouts.

    Diet: Add fats from natural sources, increase protein intake, and in general eat more.
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    Workout: Ditch the isolation exercises in favor of compound lifts. There is no need to do bicep curls for a boxer.
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  9. cool-cat

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    i thought that would be enough for someone around the 60kg mark. the reason for the bicep curls was that i wanted to see if the kerry kayes programme works or not.

    thanks for advice.
     
  10. RDJ

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    I'm about 68 at the moment and I eat at least double, probably even triple that amount. If you're working out daily I can't imagine that being enough. Regardless of weight and calorie intake the diet could use some improvement.

    I see, Kayes :blood :D
     
  11. cool-cat

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    going to change the weetabix for oats. and have a protein shake after training and then add the egg whites to another meal. even with that low calorie diet i still have a lot of bother slimming down and losing weight.
     
  12. cool-cat

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    3rd September
    Training:
    Morning: 1.5-2 mile run
    Evening: 3x10 shoulder press
    3x10 lateral raises
    3x10 shoulder press behind head
    3x10 bent over rows
    3x10 dumbbell shrugs
    2x10 tricep dips.

    Diet:
    Meal 1: 2 weetabix, slice brown bread, 330ml milk
    Meal 2: vegetable soup, 330ml milk
    Meal 3: mashed potatoes (mashed in milk only), sweetcorn, half a protein shake, 330ml milk
    Meal 4: protein shake and one apple.
    Meal 5: 1 egg omlette

    (each protein shake has 20g of protein per serving)
     
  13. cool-cat

    cool-cat Well-Known Member Full Member

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    RDJ do you think i still need more calories?
     
  14. cool-cat

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    4th September
    Training:
    10 minute warmup
    1.5 mile run
    12 rounds on bag
    3 rounds sparring
    8 minutes skipping
    5 minute cool down.

    Diet:
    Meal 1: 2 weetabix, 1 slice brown bread, 330ml milk
    Meal 2: Half a tin of beans, slice of brown bread, half a protein shake.
    Meal 3: Lasagne 330ml milk.
    Meal 4: Protein shake, 1 apple.
     
  15. cool-cat

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    5th September
    Training:
    rest day

    Diet:
    Meal 1: 2 weetabix, slice of brown bread, 330ml milk
    Meal 2: slice of brown br,ead, 1 egg half a yolk and half a protein shake.
    Meal 3: Pasta in tomatoe sauce, 330ml milk
    Meal 4: 2 slices of brown bread with chicken. no butter.