Hi all, I'm new to the site, been lifting on and off for over a year and wanting to get back into it and take things seriously since I'm going back to college next week and will be able to control my diet 100%. I'm sort of an ecto type body at 5'11" currently at 170 and 11%. I'm planning on following a routine that is 3 days a week, MWF, each session designed around bench, deadlifting, and squatting with supporting exercises that I'll change from time to time based on weak points in my lifts, etc.
Diet will look something like this, hope someone can help point me in the right direction:
meal 1 (waking) - 9 turkey sausage links, 1 cup green beans, glass of milk, 12 almonds
meal 2 (mid morning) - 8 oz chicken breast, 1 cup wild rice, .5 cup brocolli, glass of milk
meal 3 (early lunch) - 8 oz grouper (fish), 1 cup green beans, 12 almonds, glass of milk
meal 4 (early afternoon / around class time now) - .5 cup whole rolled oats, 2 tbsp natty pb, 1 scoop time release protein blend
pre workout - .75 cup whole rolled oats, get the BCAA's ready
post workout - 2 tbsp honey, 2 scoops whey protein, pasta
meal 5 (early evening) - 8 oz chicken breast, asparagus (not sure the measurement here), .25 cup sunflower seeds
meal 6 (before bed) - 1 glass milk mixed with 2 scoops time release protein blend
I will be supplementing as well with a multi, fish oil, flax oil and consume 2 gallons of water as well (which means using the bathroom after every class). Any feedback is more than welcome, I'm looking to put on some size over the winter but at the same time maintain some element of leanness and vascularity, so I want my diet to be spot on. Also, no cardio is planned as well besides my long treks to and from class. Thanks in advance for any help.