Advice on getting jacked
- 06-01-2008, 06:31 PM
Advice on getting jacked
I am 183 lbs, hard gainer and 36 y/o. My goal is to get as muchas possible considering my body type. I was hoping to get some advice from you all as I have gotten good tips here in the past. At any rate, here is my normal routine:
milk or orange juice
Cheap Body Tech (vitamin shoppe brand) L-Dopa
Varies as I am at work but I try to keep it low fat high protein and carbs. not always possible as we have lunch brought in 3-4 times a week
MHP Probolic shake with peanut butter and added oats
one more dose of l-dopa
Once again varies, although generally is either grilled chicken or turkey, brown rice or barley and broccoli. Tons of it.
Workout is an 4 day split - back/bis, chest/tris, shoulders, legs in that order. Wednesday is abdominals.
Daily caloric intake is around 3,000 cals 230 gr protein
I have made steady progress but would like to take it to the next level.
All comments are appreciated
- 06-01-2008, 07:31 PM
i think you should bump up your cals to around at least 3,500. imo opinion i would just keep doing what your doing because you say youve been making steady progress and if your still growing naturally i would even think about going to "the next level". btw dump the animal pak, theres better/cheaper multi's out there, look into multi-pro 32x from AST or ADAM from NOW.
06-02-2008, 01:30 AM
hard gainer means you gotta eat more than you think, try some spoonfulls of pb in between meals and you will be surprised how much those cals add up!
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06-02-2008, 03:35 PM
I have always avoided multi's put out by sports supplement companies and just get my multi at the health food store. MST's vitamin and mineral supps have caught my eye though.
06-03-2008, 12:08 AM
just curious...if im trying to cut..but want to keep the muscle...would staying at 3,000 cal a day be good? and a scoop of pb inbetween meals? or is that for bulking?
06-03-2008, 08:42 AM
What is your BMR, I know it is just a guideline I have to go well below my BMR to lose weight body type plays a major role. I think 3000 calories would be a good recomp level for me but I would likely have to taper that. I would use www.fitday.com to figure out where you should start.
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