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    rate my bulk diet!


    stats;
    age: 27
    height: 5'10
    weight: 83.5kg
    bf%: 12

    diet;
    meal one:
    dry rolled oats 100g
    mutant whey (1 scoop)
    200ml skimmed milk

    577 cals
    41g protein 73g carbs 11g fat

    meal two:
    mutant mayhem (preworkout)

    25cals 5g carbs

    meal 3:
    mutant mass (post workout)

    1060 cals
    52g protein 182g carbs 14g fat

    meal 4:
    dry rolled oats 100g
    mutant whey (2 scoops)
    200ml skimmed milk

    717 cals
    63 g protein 78g carbs 14g fat

    meal 5:
    175g chicken breast
    1/2 boil in bag brown rice

    510 cals
    59g protein 45g carbs 8g fat

    meal 6:
    175g chicken breast
    1/2 boil in bag brown rice

    510 cals
    59g protein 45g carbs 8g fat

    meal 7: (bedtime)
    phd casein peptide (1 scoop)
    200ml skimmed milk
    ronnie coleman ressurect-pm (1 scoop)

    182 cals
    30g protein 12g carbs 1g fat

    daily total:
    3599 cals
    305g protein 443g carbs 56g fat

    useful and relative feedback appreciated! thanks!

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    Way too many liquid calories IMO.

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    Moar food less shakes.
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    the whey is mixed into the oats instead of having it as a separate shake
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    Quote Originally Posted by tyga tyga View Post
    Moar food less shakes.
    This! More whole eggs, beef and how about some greens (broccoli, spinach, Brussels, ect)
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    The question is, how has ur diet been prior to this bulk?

    In order to get good results, u'd probably have needed to jump from low carb to high carb and calorie deficit to calorie surplus.

    If thats the case and ur body has been starving for food, and ur insulin sensitivity is high, then the body will respond favorably to an anabolic diet like this one.

    Usually, the leaner u are, the more drastic the results of ur bulking efforts. Its not fair but oh well. The leaner guys get bigger and leaner and the fatter guys get heavier and fatter...
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    i was on a low carb diet prior to this, under 100g a day, and consuming 1800cals in total. gradually increased it by 200cals a day ever week until this point. so far i have put on 3kg in as many weeks whilst maintaining my bodyfat and leanness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by louis19 View Post
    the whey is mixed into the oats instead of having it as a separate shake
    Just because you mix it with food doesn't make it solid.

    You have too many protein supplements loaded into the front of the day. First meal should be whole food. Not a shake and oats. Beef, eggs, whites, oats.

    If you want to use shakes to ADD CALORIES that's fine. But you don't want the bulk of your cals to come from shakes. They should merely be used when you just can't stuff your face with whole food anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by louis19 View Post
    stats;
    age: 27
    height: 5'10
    weight: 83.5kg
    bf%: 12

    diet;
    meal one:
    dry rolled oats 100g
    mutant whey (1 scoop)
    200ml skimmed milk

    577 cals
    41g protein 73g carbs 11g fat

    meal two:
    mutant mayhem (preworkout)

    25cals 5g carbs

    meal 3:
    mutant mass (post workout)

    1060 cals
    52g protein 182g carbs 14g fat

    meal 4:
    dry rolled oats 100g
    mutant whey (2 scoops)
    200ml skimmed milk

    717 cals
    63 g protein 78g carbs 14g fat

    meal 5:
    175g chicken breast
    1/2 boil in bag brown rice

    510 cals
    59g protein 45g carbs 8g fat

    meal 6:
    175g chicken breast
    1/2 boil in bag brown rice

    510 cals
    59g protein 45g carbs 8g fat

    meal 7: (bedtime)
    phd casein peptide (1 scoop)
    200ml skimmed milk
    ronnie coleman ressurect-pm (1 scoop)

    182 cals
    30g protein 12g carbs 1g fat

    daily total:
    3599 cals
    305g protein 443g carbs 56g fat

    useful and relative feedback appreciated! thanks!
    Move meal five to pre workout and sub rice for oats.

    Move meal one to post workout and sub oats for rice.

    Meal three here

    Meal six here

    Meal four

    Meal seven

    That would at least split up the liquid intake

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    Quote Originally Posted by louis19 View Post
    i was on a low carb diet prior to this, under 100g a day, and consuming 1800cals in total. gradually increased it by 200cals a day ever week until this point. so far i have put on 3kg in as many weeks whilst maintaining my bodyfat and leanness.
    I say keep repeating the process. Stay on an anabolic bout for 8 weeks at a time then jump back to a careful deficit to prime the body for more muscle growth. The toggle really works well for older folks too (by older I mean late 20's and older).

    Young guys, aka college and younger, can just perpetually eat big because their insulin sensitivity is awesome. Especially true for athletes...

    Trust me when I say ur body only accrues muscle mass in spurts. It isnt linear, even on gear. Once insulin sensitivity starts declining, the muscle to fat ratio in ur gains gets worse and worse.
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    moar fats!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fueledpassion View Post

    I say keep repeating the process. Stay on an anabolic bout for 8 weeks at a time then jump back to a careful deficit to prime the body for more muscle growth. The toggle really works well for older folks too (by older I mean late 20's and older).

    Young guys, aka college and younger, can just perpetually eat big because their insulin sensitivity is awesome. Especially true for athletes...

    Trust me when I say ur body only accrues muscle mass in spurts. It isnt linear, even on gear. Once insulin sensitivity starts declining, the muscle to fat ratio in ur gains gets worse and worse.
    Im 18 and been bulking for 12 weeks already,should i start cutting cuz i think im not making any gains no more :/
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    you're probably already incorporating this, but just thought I'd add that at least a gallon of water if not 1.5-2 a day, we are made up of at least 70% water haha
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    I would dump the crap weight gainers. Stick with real food and a good WHEY ISOLATE (not a blend or a cheap whey mixture) post workout along with some Karbolyn or oatmeal/potatoes/rice.
  

  
 

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