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BendtheBar 10-21-2012 02:15 PM

Everybody Wanna Be a Bodybuilder
 
New log. Consider it an interlude. Taking a 3-4 month mental break from the strict powerlifting. Still going to lift heavy, but also going to play a bit.

Primary goal is to get under 250 pounds. I promised my wife that when I reached 45 years old I would get under this mark. I have to honor my word.

I am currently eating low carb. From this point forward I will be prepping meals on the weekend and knowing exactly how many calories I am eating.

Meal Plan

My meal plan is:

8 am to 5 pm - 4 protein shakes. Coffee. 500 total cals. 20 grams carbs. 90 grams protein.
5 pm - Big meal part 1. Meat heaven (detailed in the post to come). 900 calories. Tons or protein and fat.
7 pm - Big meal part 2. Meat heaven (detailed in the post to come). 900 calories. Tons or protein and fat.

Once I see how I am handling this amount of food I will dial it back as/if needed.

Optional - Almonds as a snack.
Drink - Hydramino BCAAs - often.

Chillen 10-21-2012 02:23 PM

You are a youngen' at 45, I got 6 years on you bucko! ;):thefinger:

You know, Boss, there is a "personal science" involved in what a person will tolerate and what they will not tolerate within their lifestyle when it concerns adding in diet and fitness, and for a long time, you have had this down pat.

Likewise, I firmly believe in the "personal and individual science" of tracking calories and weight training data and governing this calorie intake and weight training data while watching bodily feedback; and, being able to use the tracking data correctly to manipulate your calorie intake v activity ratio to a personal goal benefit.The science is learning yourself within the data and tweaking this to one's goal advantage.

It seems by your post, and years of previous history, you have this down pat too, boss.

This is why YOU WILL FEEL THE THUNDER under your feet when you walk. Its your heart vibrating with emotional ties to your personal well-being and time under the bar.

You keep on creating the lightening and thunder....Steve....

Rock on!


Don

BendtheBar 10-21-2012 02:23 PM

Meat Heaven

Make this on Sunday. It makes 5 meals. 9200 total calories.

Put the following in a crock pot:

--One large Onion
--5 ounces diced Spinach
--8 ounces diced Mini-Peppers
--Hot peppers if desired
--0.92 pounds 75% lean ground Beef
--20 ounces 93% Turkey
--0.52 pounds Italian Sausage
--3.6 pounds Chicken Breasts
--Salt, pepper and minced garlic

Once cooked, add with the following cream sauce:

--2 sticks of Butter
--2 blocks of Cream Cheese
--4 ounces Blue Cheese
--1/3 cup Heavy Cream

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BendtheBar 10-21-2012 02:24 PM

Workout plan coming...

Jen 10-21-2012 02:30 PM

New log! Woooooooooo! Wishing you the best, as always, with whatever your personal goals are.

Fazc 10-21-2012 02:39 PM

That's a great goal Steve, subbed!

kitarpyar 10-21-2012 02:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BendtheBar (Post 286698)
Workout plan coming...

Bicept curlz FTW :D

On a serious note, great goal, and I am looking forward to see you get there. subbed.

HumanHorrorFilm 10-21-2012 03:29 PM

That meat "stew" you got going looks tremendous. i want to make it!

miked96 10-21-2012 03:30 PM

Thats a good looking recipe! This sounds like a great plan. Good luck Steve, I know you will be successful.

PRmachine 10-21-2012 04:06 PM

Best of luck to you Bend the Bar. The meal looks fantastic. How was it?


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