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post #47986 of 57266
if you just completely cut that stuff out it's not that hard.
post #47987 of 57266
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

if you just completely cut that stuff out it's not that hard.

+1 Do not allow the stuff in the household.  If it is not sitting in the house, I have no craving or desire for it.  However, if it is the house, I lack the self control.  Waste no time with it and demolished in a few minutes, only to be depressed about it afterward.  Then I call it a YOLO bulk.

post #47988 of 57266

I've been relatively good. I actually don't eat that stuff that often, but when I do it's a lot :/

post #47989 of 57266

Also, quick workout today.


Got 10x70db and 7x75db on the incline bench. 

Did incline bench, seated row, lat pulldown, and cable flyes. 

post #47990 of 57266
yeah that's what I do so I made the decision to just completely eliminate it. I don't even eat birthday cake at work.
post #47991 of 57266
Yeah keep the house clean food only and, more importantly, prep and plan your meals ahead of time so you know what your next meal is and its easy to prepare.
With that said, today all I've eaten is 7 donuts, a cinnamon roll and 2 hot dogs at ikea, and a deep dish pizza. Anniversary cheat. For real though I usually have a cheat meal once every 3-4 weeks and that's it. Today has been a little nuts.
post #47992 of 57266
Just got back from a huge east coast trip visiting Wharton, Columbia, Stern, HBS and Tuck. Ate shit the whole time and clearly put on weight hahaha. It was worth it though. Gonna get back into the groove on Monday, cut until I'm done interviewing (so I know I can still fit in my suit) and then start an actual bulk instead of just getting fat.
post #47993 of 57266
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Originally Posted by Khayembii Communique View Post

Just got back from a huge east coast trip visiting Wharton, Columbia, Stern, HBS and Tuck. Ate shit the whole time and clearly put on weight hahaha. It was worth it though. Gonna get back into the groove on Monday, cut until I'm done interviewing (so I know I can still fit in my suit) and then start an actual bulk instead of just getting fat.

If you end up going to Penn, lots of good food options around campus and the lunch trucks are an inexpensive and occasionally healthy option, too. I wonder if one can bulk on Ethiopian cuisine....hmm.
post #47994 of 57266
got news on friday that funding application for a bigger paper got the greenlight and I'm on as full-time full-salary researcher

basically been drunk like for 3 days straight now
post #47995 of 57266
whats up with this npgl, is it part of the crossfit fad?
post #47996 of 57266
That's the first I've heard of it, but I looked it up and the team names are dumber than MLS, WNBA, or even arena football.
post #47997 of 57266

How do you all plan meals out? It seems like something I ought to do but I always end up just picking out stuff that sounds good from the grocery store. Then when mealtime rolls around I just cook whatever.

post #47998 of 57266
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Originally Posted by rjbman View Post

How do you all plan meals out? It seems like something I ought to do but I always end up just picking out stuff that sounds good from the grocery store. Then when mealtime rolls around I just cook whatever.

Buy Jamie Oliver's 15 minute meals cookbook. Pick 3 meals that you'll cook each twice during the week so that you don't end up with leftover ingredients. Make your list.
post #47999 of 57266
I cook 3-5 days worth of lunches and freeze anything I will eat in more than 2 days

Been working pretty well, just have to switch it up to keep from getting bored. I can eat the same thing over and over for a long time so it works for me. I hate wasting time figuring out what to eat, and there is nothing but shit to eat by my job.

Anybody use BCAAs for preworkouts? I know they are recommended for fasted training but I tried some today for my leg workout and they seemed to help a ton. Sometimes I feel hypoglycemic during workouts and with this I damn near forgot to eat once I was done.
post #48000 of 57266

How much money do you end up spending for each meal doing that? I know it's healthier than eating out so that amount is hard to quantify, but I'm curious what the breakdown ends up being. 

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