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Old 04-02-2013, 08:15 PM   #51
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Old 04-03-2013, 08:36 AM   #52
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no doubt, I totally agree with that. I think that there's better backloading foods, but at the end of the day, you have to find foods that you respond best to.

For clean carbs, I seem to respond well to instant white rice. For dirty carbs, ice cream has been working quite nicely. I have also found frozen french fries to work decently, but I have yet to try potatoes in their unadulterated form
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4/3: Morning weight - 171.4lbs

~3400 calories, 350g carbs (mostly instant white rice and ice cream)
I stopped drinking water voraciously by 9pm, which helped me sleep (read: didn't wake up to pee) and gave me a more accurate representation of myself in the mirror. Also had a BM yesterday so that probably attributed to change in weight.
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4/3: Morning weight - 171.4lbs

~3400 calories, 350g carbs (mostly instant white rice and ice cream)
I stopped drinking water voraciously by 9pm, which helped me sleep (read: didn't wake up to pee) and gave me a more accurate representation of myself in the mirror. Also had a BM yesterday so that probably attributed to change in weight.
So much information. Lmao
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I gotta record my rambling somewhere. This eating style really has me getting in tune with my body
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Are you doing the recommended shakes? Accelerator, hypertrophic potentiator, pre training? Are you using BCAA's? How are you using them? After doing the restoraid log I gotta say that product should work well with cbl.
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Are you doing the recommended shakes? Accelerator, hypertrophic potentiator, pre training? Are you using BCAA's? How are you using them? After doing the restoraid log I gotta say that product should work well with cbl.
I don't have whey isolate or bulk leucine (I need to pick up the latter), so here's the breakdown of my typical training day
8:30am: Wake up (gotta love college lol)
9:30am: 2 cups coffee w/ 1 tb VCO
12:30pm: Protein + fat meal (typically ~1100 cals)
4:00pm: Pre-workout
5:00pm: intra workout/bcaas
6:00pm: 2 scoops whey blend + 10g creatine - 240 cals
(walk back from gym to my house)
6:15pm: 3 servings of instant white rice (135g carbs) - 600cals
7:30pm: some sort of high GI cereal + almond milk (fruity pebbles or corn flakes) - 400-500 cals
8:45pm: 1 scoop BCAAs (for the lecuine) lean meat (pork tenderloin, turkey, chx) + dirty carbs (ice cream, french fries, cookies) - the remainder of my calories

I find that keeping my backload to about 2.5hrs is best for my sleep and mirror appearance the next morning.

Here's my MFP if you want to see day to day: Linedriver465's Food Diary | MyFitnessPal.com
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4/5 morning weigh in: 171.8 post ULC day with a 31.25in waist

Gonna up the carbs to 400g and calories to 3600 on lifting days while sticking with 180g protein an 180g fat on rest days.

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4/5: Somewhere around 3600-3700 cals today with ~427g carbs. Feels johngoodman. Especially after a high volume deadlift day.
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4/6 weigh in: 170.6!! Wtf, despite increasing carbs and cal, my weigh dropped significantly and I woke up looking quite lean. Go figure. Time to up the cals to 3750 on lifting days and see what happens! Rest days will stay conservative still at about 2500cals
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