IFBB pro designed diet
- 07-12-2010, 12:56 PM
IFBB pro designed diet
This diet was designed by an IFBB pro. I am 12 weeks as Im writing this, but my diet is the same as it was 4 weeks ago when I started this. Current stats are 6' 230lbs 5% bf. I was about 215lbs 4% when I started this diet 4 weeks ago.
4 egg whites
4 whole eggs
1 C oatmeal
2 slices whole wheat toast
1 T regular jelly
Fish oil caps
8 oz steak
12 oz potato
Fish oil caps
8 oz chicken
2 C rice
8 oz steak
1 C rice
8P (IMMEDIATELY POSTWORKOUT)
2 scoops Massport (by infinite labs)
8 egg whites
1 C oats
Other supps include
Liquid Mulit vit/min
Massport by infinite labs
H2O is around 1 gallon/day
Notice there aren't any veges? The veges are optional. Usually I don't have room, but I haven't been very constipated so Im thinking Im good. They will get added in as we get closer. What am I forgetting?
- 07-12-2010, 01:00 PM
WOW. This looks great. Sorry I have nothing to add, just had to comment. MAy have to try this.
07-12-2010, 01:16 PM
07-13-2010, 10:21 AM
Wow thats alot of eggs. Not to mention food overall. I bet its a very expensive diet. just the eggs steak and chicken.. times that by 7 days a week. wow. I'd love to be on this strict of a diet but I'm not sure if I could afford it lol.
07-13-2010, 11:22 AM
You put on 12 pounds of muscle in 4 weeks? Where did you list the anabolics? Its a decent diet but I can't believe the gains.
07-13-2010, 12:26 PM
07-13-2010, 12:30 PM
07-13-2010, 12:32 PM
07-13-2010, 12:37 PM
~ Nothing can kill the Grimace!!
07-13-2010, 12:41 PM
this diet is so basic, you dont have to be a BB pro to design it. who still eats eggwhites instead of 8 whole eggs especially when in bulk? 6 grams of amazing fat per yolk! yolk contains vitamin A, BCAAs, anabolic arachidonic acid, not to mention cholesterol which converts directly into testosterone.
theres not that much fat in this diet at all. instead its all protein, straining the liver and kidneys. you can get so many more calories (9 per gram) by eating fats. steak is good but theres a whole lot of omega 6 in grain fed beef so you wanna also eat fish to balance the 3 to 6 ratio a little bit. eat more animal fat, saturated fat.
07-13-2010, 01:22 PM
07-13-2010, 01:28 PM
As you mentioned, the diet is extremely basic. That's the point. There is nothing crazy about this diet. It's a fair variety of foods that have fueled growth and strength gains. This diet has allowed me to maintain 5% bf. I used to blow up to 270lbs eating tons of crap, but that does no good. It's just that much more weight to lose, and that much more taxing on the body.
07-13-2010, 02:12 PM
Here's what I say, if thats really you in your sig.. lol.. then by all means apparently w/e your doing its working.
07-13-2010, 02:15 PM
07-13-2010, 02:23 PM
07-13-2010, 03:57 PM
bingo antonG42O, i am reading his book and this diet is so close to what he stated in the book. still, I will being checking in to see what i can learn from your experience
07-13-2010, 04:39 PM
That actually looks decently affordable too....depending on steak sales, chicken is cheap, eggs are cheap, etc,etc
07-13-2010, 05:32 PM
07-13-2010, 06:08 PM
I'm not a biochemist so i dont know how exactly it works. I do know though that testosterone is derived from cholesterol.
the point is to embrace and not fear the whole egg.
07-13-2010, 07:02 PM
You are correct; testosterone and all other steroidal hormones are derived from cholesterol. Now if only cholesterol was directly converted into testosterone... It would be a wonderful world. I am sorry if I came across as rude, I just wanted to make sure there was no misinformation being spread.I'm not a biochemist so i dont know how exactly it works. I do know though that testosterone is derived from cholesterol.
Words of wisdom right herethe point is to embrace and not fear the whole egg.
07-13-2010, 11:02 PM
07-13-2010, 11:03 PM
07-13-2010, 11:07 PM
07-14-2010, 12:20 PM
Keep us posted on your prep, this is quite interesting to read. I take it even though you are incorporating a decent amount of carbs the total amount you take in is pretty low for your body size or are the anabolics helping keep the fat gain to a minimum. From my experience if I throw that much carbs into my diet I will get soft and more than likely get fat gain.
07-16-2010, 05:01 AM
07-21-2010, 11:34 PM
07-22-2010, 12:16 AM
hmm interesting, certaintly more carbs then i thought, i always belived it was all about brown rice with the pro's yet i see whole wheat....? hmm interesting. im am excited to see this end, PLEASE POST ANY AND ALL ADJUSTMENTS TO THE DIET U MAKE AND MAKE TONS OF NOTES! even though IMO i dont agree with some of the things, it is still EXTREMELY important to have this input! so REPS TO YOU!
~ IRON LIVER™________ *[It's just advice man, that's all it is! You can take or do whatever the FCUK you wanna do!]
07-22-2010, 10:10 AM
07-22-2010, 11:21 AM
these two excerpts are from an electronic version of nutrition and metabolism journal:
Athletes, particularly in sports requiring strength and power, consume high levels of dietary protein [89,90]. In fact, many athletes habitually consume protein in excess of 2.0 g/kg/day . Supplementation with amino acids will further increase dietary protein levels in these individuals . Yet there is no evidence that this population is at greater risk for kidney disease or losses in renal function . Poortsmans and Dellalieux  found that protein intakes in the range of ~1.4–1.9 g/kg/day or 170–243% of the recommended dietary allowance did not impair renal function in a group of 37 athletes. We found no data in the scientific literature to link high protein intakes to increased risk for impaired kidney function in healthy, physically active men and women.
Observational data from epidemiological studies provide evidence that dietary protein intake may be related to the progression of renal disease . In the Nurses' Health Study, protein intake, assessed with a semi-quantitative food frequency questionnaire, was compared to the change in estimated GFR over an 11-year span in individuals with pre-existing renal disease . Regression analysis showed an association between increased consumption of animal protein and a decline in renal function suggesting that high total protein intake may accelerate renal disease leading to a progressive loss of renal capacity. However, no association between protein intake and change in GFR was found in a different cohort of 1,135 women with normal renal function (Figure 1.). The latter finding led the authors to conclude that there were no adverse effects of high protein intakes on kidney function in healthy women with normal renal status.
i totally agree with you on the whole egg idea. Never done egg whites myself. Reps for that. In all my studies, including first hand assurrance from a pathologist, ive found that consuming cholesterol and sat. fat does not necessarily increase VLDL's... its all dependent on liver function and genetics as to what type of fat particles are packaged by the liver and transported in the blood.
To quote my A&P professor: "Why do you think these farmers can wake up every morning and eat 4 or 5 whole eggs and still live to be 80 or 90 with no triglyceride issues?"
Suffer now.. and live like a champion later.
04-23-2011, 09:59 PM
1)2 whole eggs, then 1 whole egg
10 egg whites
1 C oats
Red meat eliminated at 6 weeks out.
Every two to three weeks we would carb deplete using the following diet for a MAXIMUM of 5 days:
1) 8oz chicken
1 C oatmeal
2) 8oz chicken
4oz green veges
5) 8oz tilapia
4oz green veges
This tactic is what worked for me, with a third eye being an IFBB pro. This is not a cookie cutter diet that anyone can or should use. It's just what I did.
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