It's that time again!! After my competition I have still been hitting the gym hard but I have seemed to "fluff" up in some places that I am not fond of
Everybody always talks of the joys of competing and the hard core prep that we endure but fail to mention post contest can be brutal if you depleted your body too long. Some however can eat good the Monday after there show and all off-season, but I go into a binge that can last for 2 months. Don't get me wrong I still keep my protein to 275-300 gms and take my supplements but if I want a cheeseburger or pizza I do it.
So 6 weeks from today is time for the beach and I am going to get about 10-15 lbs of this "fluff" off, and what better way to do it is with my personal favorite X Factor and tingle free time released Peak Beta by Molecular Nutrition.
So enough of the small talk and time to work. The difference between what I call a mini-cut and contest prep for me is simple. Contest prep entails no cheating, I NEVER miss a workout or HIIT session, and my carbs never go beyond 150. My so called mini-cut is a quick cut of some problem areas and usually 6 weeks is great for me. Sometimes I might miss or juggle a few things around but everything should fit in nicely. During contest prep nothing changes, nothing is missed, and every meal is consumed.
Weekly spilts will show in the log and my diet will be:
Meal 1: 7 eggwhites 2 yolks 1 bowl of oatmeal
Meal 2: Protein Shake
Meal 3: Grilled chicken salad, 2 soft chicken wraps, or Half a roasted chicken sub
Meal 4: 6 oz Lean red meat 8 oz sweet potato
Meal 5: Protein Shake
Meal 6: Can of chicken green beans or broccoli
Meal 7: If hungry Tuna or turkey
Other supps: Multi: ON Opti-Men 3 a day
Pre w/o: CL White flood and Green Mag
Protein: 2 Favorites Gaspari Myofusion or of course Xtreme Formulations Whey
Beginning weight: 254
Goal weight: 240-242
Feel free to follow along and ask any questions along the way