My training regime

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  1. cool-cat

    cool-cat Well-Known Member Full Member

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    May 9, 2008
    6th September

    Training:
    Rest day

    Diet:
    Meal 1: 2 weetabix, slice of brown bread, 330ml milk
    Meal 2: potatoes, carrots brocholi and chicken.
    Meal 3: Protein shake mixed in milk
     
  2. RDJ

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    Diet wise I still maintain: more fats, more fruits, more meals.
     
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    cool-cat Well-Known Member Full Member

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    i had an apple there now,

    i no its still not enough though. thought i would go easier on the food intake today because i wasnt training.
     
  4. cool-cat

    cool-cat Well-Known Member Full Member

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    May 9, 2008
    7th September

    Training:
    10 minute warm up
    3 rounds shawdow boxing
    2 mile run
    15 rounds on bag
    3 rounds sparring
    10 minute cooldown stretching

    Diet:
    Meal 1: 2 weetabix, slice of brown bread, 330ml milk
    Meal 2: potatoes, carrots brocholi and chicken.
    Meal 3: Protein shake and slice of brown bread
    Meal 4: after training protein shake and one apple.
     
  5. cool-cat

    cool-cat Well-Known Member Full Member

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    May 9, 2008
    8th September
    Training:
    Morning: 2 mile run
    Evening:
    Circuit training: Warm up 5 minutes skipping
    Round 1:
    press up, bodyweigth squat, shoulder press and burpees (for 30sec each)

    Round 2:
    Bench press, Squat thrusts, sit ups and clean and jerk (for 30sec each)

    Round 3:
    Push outs, bunny hops, plymo press up and v-sit holds (for 30sec each)

    Round 4:
    Bent over rows, high jumps, leg raises and snatch. (for 30sec each)

    Diet:
    Meal 1: 2 weetabix, slice of brown bread, 330ml milk
    Meal 2: protein shake mixed with milk
    Meal 3: post training protein shake mixed in milk
    Meal 4: Pasta with tomatoe sauce and vegetables.
    Meal 5: 2 slices of brown bread with chicken
    Meal 6: 1 apple 3 gerkins
     
  6. RDJ

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    What's the reason you do not eat fat? Or the reason you prefer weetabix over whole food like fruits? I think your diet can be considered a crash diet for someone working out regularly. It's not very high in nutrients, and lacks important things. If you want it to be that way I'll shut up from now on, but I'm really curious why your diet is the way it is.
     
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    The main reason why i take weetabix in the morning as it is a source of complex carbohydrate and thought it would be best to have in the morning.

    i normally have a piece of fruit after training but didnt bother today because i had the pasta about 20minutes later so it thought there was no point.

    And the main reason i dont eat much fat, is because i find it hard losing fat and losing weight i dont know why because i always ate i strict diet but since it started eating like this i have lost quita a bit of weight.

    thanks for having the interst in my diet and training :good
     
  8. RDJ

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    I disagree. Any meal needs fats, carbs (does not matter much whether they're simple or complex) and protein. A fruit smoothie with fruits, yogurt and flaxseed beats the **** out of a weetabix nutrition wise.

    Your entire diet has one single piece of fruit, on an entire day. That's not much, especially if you work out a lot.

    You losing weight is because you're on a diet ridiculously low in calories, but the absence of fats is not healthy.

    I'm a diet nazi I can't help it :D
     
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    its nearly became addictive when i see the results i always look to push it that little bit farther.
     
  11. cool-cat

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    May 9, 2008
    9th September
    Training:
    10minute warm up
    3 rounds shawdow boxing
    12 rounds on bag
    3 rounds sparring
    2 mile run
    strength exercises
    5 minute cool down.

    Diet:
    Meal 1: 2 weetabix, slice of brown bread, 1 egg 330ml milk
    Meal 2: Protein shake mixed with 500ml of skimmed milk, vegetable pasta and 1 apple
    Meal 3:pasta with cheese 330ml milk
    Meal 4: Protein shake mixed with 700ml of skimmed milk
    Meal 5: 1 beagle 2 gerkins, one apple
     
  12. cool-cat

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    May 9, 2008
    10th September
    Training:
    2 mile run

    Diet:
    Meal 1: Half cup of porridge oats, 1 egg
    Meal 2: Muller rice, low fat milk shake
    Meal 3: Brown rice with home mad chicken curry.
    Meal 4: beagle, 1 gerkin and some cheese
    Meal 5: Protein shake in milk, apple slice of toast.

    is this to much eating now?
     
  13. cool-cat

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    May 9, 2008
    11th September
    Training:
    10 minute warm up
    5 minutes skipping
    10 rounds on bag
    4 rounds sparring
    abdominal exercises
    5 minute cool down

    Diet:
    Meal 1: 2 weetabix, 1 egg 330ml milk
    Meal 2: cheese roll, 1 apple
    Meal 3: lasagne 330ml milk
    Meal 4: protein shake made in 400ml milk, 1 apple
    Meal 5: cheese roll, 1 bannana
     
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    May 9, 2008
    12th September
    Training: rest day

    Diet:
    Meal 1: 2 weetabix, slice of wholemeal toast
    Meal 2: chicken sandwhiches (brown bread) 330ml pure orange juice
    Meal 3: protein shake in 330ml milk 2 slice of whoolemeal bread
    Meal 4: went out tonight- pizza, binoffoe cake. (first off day in 5 weeks)
     
  15. RDJ

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    Not for an active person in my opinion. Try it for a while and see if you gain weight, or how you feel in the gym.