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Old 09-05-2011, 06:49 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by gethuge69 View Post
Thanks for the quick responses guys.

Here is the info you guys requested. My lifts about 5 weeks ago when I was doing more of a strengthed based routine were as follows:

Bodyweight - 148
Bench - 240 x 3
Squat - 255 x 5
Deadlift - 300x3

My Diet looks like this:
Meal 1 - 4 Egg Whites, 2 Whole Eggs, 12 oz Orange Juice, 1 tbsp peanut butter
Meal 2 - 2 slice whole wheat bread w/ chicken
Meal 3 - 2 scoops protein powder pre workout
Meal 4 - 1 cup brown rice, chicken, maybe sum veggies or salad
Meal 5 - 4 egg whites, 2 whole eggs
Meal 6 - 2 scoops protein powder, 1 tbsp peanut butter

After hitting 300 lbs on the deadlift, it got really tough for me.. and my stregnth routine allowed my numbers to go up, but I didn't see much size..
You're getting strong, which is great! dead lifting 2x bodyweight is always a good thing, my friend.

getting stronger without size means good training, but not enough FOOD!
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