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    Recomp Diet


    Idk if this is the correct section, if not mod please move and notify me where. Thanks

    Goal is recomp...

    Meal 1
    2scoops whey
    1table spoon natural pb
    1/2 C oats

    464 cals 54P/35C/13F

    Pre workout meal (shake)
    2scoops whey
    1table spoon natural pb
    1/2 C oats

    464 cals 54P/35C/13F

    Workout----- supps
    MCC, Beta Alanine, 20g BCAA

    Post Workout Shake
    2scoops whey

    220 cals 50P/4C/0F

    Post Workout meal
    8oz Lean meat
    1C Green veggies
    1C Brown rice
    1table spoon evoo

    641 cals 61.5P/55C/17.6F


    Meal 3
    8oz Lean meat
    1C Green veggies
    1table spoon evoo

    426 cals 56.5P/11C/14F


    Pre bed
    2 scoops casein
    1table spoon natural pb

    314 cals 54P/7C/11F

    Totals....

    2526 cals 317P/145C/70F
    50/25/25 split.

    Anyone got suggestions? I want to keep the protein powder in there for ease of use. Im busy with school and dont got time to sit down during school and eat usually.

    Also if I eat any more cottage cheese, Ill puke.
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    if you find you have little energy for your workouts, swap an apple in pre-workout over the oats.
    the fructose will put some glycogen in your liver, n it should be burnt through your workout so dont worry there

    keep bcaas's pwo, if you are bulking, pre may be fine, but id say hormone optimization is key when dieting and you dont want an insulin spike pre-workout which may occur from that dose of bcaas
    everything else looks good
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    Thanks for posting this. I was looking for a recomp diet and this outline looks pretty good. Think ima go with the same thing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bnatural View Post
    if you find you have little energy for your workouts, swap an apple in pre-workout over the oats.
    the fructose will put some glycogen in your liver, n it should be burnt through your workout so dont worry there

    keep bcaas's pwo, if you are bulking, pre may be fine, but id say hormone optimization is key when dieting and you dont want an insulin spike pre-workout which may occur from that dose of bcaas
    everything else looks good
    Thanks for the apple/fruit tip B.
    I start this tomororw!

    Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    Thanks for posting this. I was looking for a recomp diet and this outline looks pretty good. Think ima go with the same thing
    Np, took me a while to add everythign up lol, even with Fitday.
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