help planning my diet
- 11-06-2008, 03:06 AM
help planning my diet
ok so i want to start trying to get my diet a bit more on track. its not too bad but want to really rip up for january. i work out 3 times a week monwedfri, and do a bit of cardio when i can. have been reading about the ud 2.0 and CKD sort of things and i want to do something like that.
i went carb free for 5 weeks when i was young and it was the first time i saw my abs. but ive worked hard making muscle and dont want to lose as much of it this time. i just want heaps of advice from you guys on how to modify this to the best i can, i plan to start it strictly in 2 weeks.
so mon-fri i want to eat low carbs and then do a carb up on the weekend. prob starting fri night-sunday mornign
i think my maintainance calories are about 2800 i'm 80kg, does that sound about right?
mon-fri i was thinking this
60gm carbs/250gm protein/ ??? fat
which is about if im correct
240 cal/ 1000/cal
don't know how much fat to eat because i don't know if my caloric calculations are right, and I DONT KNOW HOW MUCH CALORIES TO CUT.
i really wana play with this now to work out the best way
max input wood be amazing
- 11-06-2008, 04:42 AM
I would move your calories around something like.
30-35 percent protein -- 840 to 980 calories -- 210 to 245 grams
65-70 percent fat --1820 to 1960 calories -- ~202 to ~217 grams
20-30 carbs a day
That would be to maintain weight for you. What you would do is start up a week like this, see how you feel, how your body reacts. That weekend lower it by 300-500 a day from fat. I would suggest not carbing up until the second week.
11-06-2008, 05:44 AM
ok so eat at maintainace for the first while but down the carbs.. i can do that. just need to watch my sugars. and yeah i was guna do 8-10 days no carb before my first carb up
11-06-2008, 02:04 PM
11-06-2008, 05:15 PM
breakfast - oatmeal and low fat milk 1 slice wholemeal break half avacado
meal 2 - 2 eggs whole boiled
lunch - ham, letuce, tomato, low fat cheese salad and ranch dressing
meal 4 - protein shake
dinner - roast chicken, or steak sometimes fish, and brocoli
11-06-2008, 10:21 PM
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