Skinny fat gaining mass
- 06-03-2005, 09:51 AM
Skinny fat gaining mass
Any advice concerning my diet would be really appreciated.
It is an attempt at a lean bulk, it will be 50/30/20 changing to 55/35/15 on workout days.
Meal 1 :
1 whole egg and 1 egg white
1 apple 58c/31p/11f 466 calories
Meal 2 :
200g brown basmati rice
1 can tuna
*Serving veg 58c/32p/2f 375 calories
Meal 3 :
Same as meal 2 58c/32p/2f 375 calories
Meal 4 :
2x fish oil caps 58c/33p/9f 445 calories
Meal 5 :
65g chicken breast
*serving veg 58c/31p/11f 453 calories
Meal 6 :
80g chicken breast
2x fish oil caps 20c/30p/8f 275 calories
It will be pretty much the same every day.
On workout days I will have my post workout shake between an hour before my 5th meal :
1 banana 70 c/ 35 p/ 7 f = 475 calories
That makes an average of ~2700 calories a week, I will record my results each week
and just accordingly ie. raise calories.
I weigh 139 lbs at ~18% bf (waist skin calliper measurement) - skinny fat.
Well seeing as I am only 139 I can't try to lose my gut as I will be extremely
thin looking, so I have decided to try and do a simple lean bulk until I reach a level where
I will be able to cut without looking anorexic. So I am trying to keep fat gain to a minimum.
Please give opinions and advice regarding my diet.
This is the routine I will be following :
Trying to do it right..
- 06-03-2005, 10:02 AM
Looks like you have it nailed. Only thing I would do is put more whole food protein in there for breakfast (more eggs).
- 06-03-2005, 12:02 PM
06-03-2005, 04:19 PM
That's a lot of oats man, why don't you mix it up some so you don't get terribly bored and fall off the diet? More veggies too...
06-03-2005, 04:35 PM
Not to get too far o/t but, ex how do you prepare your legumes when you cook them. I used garlic and chili powder and they were still kinda bland. I'm trying to add more beans and legumes to my diet...then hopefully more veggies (one step at a time... ). Just curious as to how to add more flavor to them because the one time i made them they were kinda bland. Thanks.Originally Posted by exnihilo
06-03-2005, 05:05 PM
Get some concentrated beef stock, I get some from smart and final with no fat, it's got sugar and sodium but it's no biggie. Use about 2 tablespoons of that for a large pot of beans. I also carmelize onions with the beef stock before cooking the beans. Then I crush about 15 cloves of garlic, add a variety of seasonings, about one third a bottle of hot sauce, and I'm good to go.Originally Posted by UHCougar05
Don't wait to get started on the veggies, you can add them to almost anything
06-04-2005, 02:07 AM
Sounds like a winner. I'll probably do that today or tomorrow when I get off of work. Ok, I'll add some veggies too...Originally Posted by exnihilo
06-04-2005, 06:46 PM
Personally, I would add a tablespoon of flax and some walnuts or almonds.
Also, like Ex said, ideally you should substitute some of those oats for beans and veggies.
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