Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Eason, Dec 20, 2009.
where ur carbs at?
I tend to go fairly low. Between the milk, 2 slices of bread, fruits, and fiberous foods I tend to get in at least 100. Usually have a banana in there as well but I might have to axe those also.
If you don't already have one, invest in a slow cooker. Possession of one pretty much wipes out any excuse not to have something good to eat on hand most of the time. I like to dump a couple pounds of chicken breasts in, add seasoning and a quality buffalo sauce, turn the dial, and walk away. A few hours later, I shred up the chicken and I've got probably two or three meals covered.
100g carbs? Are you a woman?
More meat and more carbs <3
Add in steaks or chicken. All different types of seafood is great too on occasion (only because it's so expensive).
Slow cookers rule
1 lb lentils, 1 lb Slovacek beef sausage, chopped carrot & celery, lots of water, 2 beef bullion cubes.
Also good to invest in a rice cooker, not that rice is hard to make, but these things make it just stupid easy.
Just realized that my 2012 goals (poasted in another thread), if accomplished would qualify me for national competition. Especially if I lift in a lighter class.
My 2012 lifting goals: break 700lb cumulative lifts (minimum 200lb per each lift). I reached my 2011 lifting goal: bench with plates and rehabbed knee.
On the topic of bench: I have a hard time getting the weight off the rack but not lifting. Tips on the start?
Vibram Five Fingers on sale for $50 shipped:
Bit the bullet and kopped.
I don't have any good 2012 goals, mostly because I'm deathly afraid of my KB progress hitting a wall.
My 2012 lifting goals:
- 500+ squat (in comp)
- 600+ deadlift (in comp)
- 345+ bench (in comp)
- 1450+ total (in comp)
- 365+ touch-n-go bench (in training)
Lol. Suggestions on an actual plan? Obviously I need more meat. Breakfast is good to go. Its the rest of the meals that I need help with. Do you guys cook your pounds of meat each morning or all in advance?
I cook all my chicken ahead of time and I cook my steaks when I eat it.
Add a 1/2 lb of meat to four meals. Or a pound of meat to two meals. Whatever suits you. Doesn't really matter as long as you get all the meat in (pause)
Oh and add in more carbs (fruits, bread, rice, pasta, whatever). A guy your size should be eating more than 100 measly grams.
Moved into a new apt and I don't want to destroy another door frame mounting a pullup bar.
I'm looking at these screwless pullup bars, but they require the molding along the top of the doorframe to hold them in place, which my doorframe doesn't have. Ideas?
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