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post #27541 of 46494
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Originally Posted by TKJTG View Post

Rather than listening to your body you ought to be reading a food scale

You have to realize i'm a total n00b at this. I don't even know what a food scale does, or how it works.
post #27542 of 46494
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

I don't even know what a food scale does, or how it works.

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Do you know what a scale is? Do you know what food is? Put food on scale.
post #27543 of 46494
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

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Do you know what a scale is? Do you know what food is? Put food on scale.

Well, duh. I understand that much, haha. How do you use one to your advantage in the fitness sense? Just knowing the exact amounts of food you're eating?
post #27544 of 46494
Yup. I can't just stare at a plate of chicken and say "yup, that's 200 calories" or "definitely 20g of protein there." Helps with consistency and accuracy.
post #27545 of 46494
Unsweetened vanilla almond milk

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OMG so tasteless

It's like water with vanilla extract.
post #27546 of 46494
Almond milk has no nutritional value. The calcium is added after the fact. Absolutely no reason to drink it unless you like the taste... and I'm guessing you don't.
post #27547 of 46494
I drink plain almond milk usually but the mentioned was in the fridge. It has 0 sugar so thought I'd try.

Unsweetened for a reason, and it tastes like shit! Lesson learned.

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I've been having a glass a day with some vitamins or mostly fish oil pills. Since I cannot digest milk.
post #27548 of 46494
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

That looks good dude, I still owe you that drink by the way!

Does anyone actually know how many calories are in a fucking chicken breast.

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Originally Posted by TKJTG View Post

4oz of frozen chicken breast has 110 cals.

No, it doesn't.

Mark, this website and a food scale are all you need:

http://ndb.nal.usda.gov/ndb/search/list

As for chicken breast:

http://ndb.nal.usda.gov/ndb/foods/show/837?fg=&man=&lfacet=&count=&max=&qlookup=&offset=&sort=&format=Abridged&_action_show=Apply+Changes&Qv=.28&Q2020=1.0&Q2021=1.0&Q2022=0.5

each ounce of cooked chicken breast has roughly 45 calories. Each ounce of raw chicken breast:

http://ndb.nal.usda.gov/ndb/foods/show/835?fg=&man=&lfacet=&count=&max=&qlookup=&offset=&sort=&format=Abridged&_action_show=Apply+Changes&Qv=.28&Q2016=1.0&Q2017=0.5

Has roughly 32 calories.

If you have any questions with this shit, let me know.
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Originally Posted by I<3Bacon View Post

Almond milk has no nutritional value. The calcium is added after the fact. Absolutely no reason to drink it unless you're lactose intolerant. And even then, I don't know why you would do that to yourself.

FTFY
post #27549 of 46494
First day back in the gym in three weeks. Ugh, my strength fell through the floor. Must have lost a good 3-5 reps on all my 50lb dmb lifts.

On the plus side, I hit my 10lb of weight loss. Not too fuckin shabby for 2 months of concerted dieting and only about 4 actual weeks of gym work with no cardio. Come at me, diet knowledge.
post #27550 of 46494
Rambo, the cals are different depending on if it's frozen, raw, or cooked. 4oz of FROZEN chicken breast is approx 110 cals. This is straight from the bag of frozen chicken I have right now, lol.
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post #27553 of 46494
senior EWC is this wk, wreaks havoc on my training lol
post #27554 of 46494
What are good core routines?

I only know of ab wheelouts, blast straps fallouts, landmines and woodchoppers that can make me feel a burn. Leg raises seems like no kick. Tried hanging knee raises, felt weird, more like I'm moving my knees than using my core.

Also, been curling in the squat rack past week. Major lolz from gym buddies.
post #27555 of 46494
front squat

also hanging leg raises will be money if done correctly
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