- 07-02-2008, 03:40 PM
- 07-02-2008, 03:56 PM
Calculate your maintenance calories
Eat cleanly over your calories, increase 250-500 per day on a weekly basis. Set your macronutrient goals at 35/35/30 (P/C/F or %Protein, %Carbs, %Fats)
If you give me your current stats and activitiy level I can calculate your BMR/MC and we can go from there in designing a diet for you.
07-07-2008, 10:44 AM
07-07-2008, 11:44 AM
I would start with 250 cal or so over that... 3,000 is probably a good goal to shoot for. I would monitor your cal/protein/carb/fat intake for a week or 2 so you know what it "feels like" to take in 3,000 cals. Once you've got that down you can gradually increase your weekly calorie intake.
If you are looking to bulk I would shoot for a 35/35/30 percentage breakdown of protein/carbs/fats and try to make sure your carbs are coming from good sources, not sugars.
Also, I wouldn't stack anything with M1T... it's really unecessary as you should be able to blow up on the M1T alone.
You should checkout fitday dot com as a lot of people use it to log their diets. I use my own spreadsheets but its basically the same.
07-07-2008, 11:47 AM
35/35/30, not 40/40/20 which I see a lot of people recommending or the MHP 40/30/30
You find 35/35/30 is best for clean bulking then? (not a lot of fate gain?)
07-07-2008, 01:14 PM
Take a look at this post. I believe it's chalked full of what you're asking for.
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