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  • 03/02/13--12:09: 11419
  • anybody here who has "training lab" from matt vincent?


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  • 03/02/13--12:09: 11420
  • you end up in a poor situation and have only 140$ for food per month, but you don't want to lose your gains. what do you buy? what do you eat?


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  • 03/02/13--12:09: 11421
  • milk is often declared as the cheapest source of protein (namely by Rippetoe)
    Also i would prolly buy beans, lentils, etc.. and rice and fresh "On Sale" vegetables, make a lentil stew, eat it with rice and a fried egg on top with a salad on the side
    Buy on sale canned tuna and make a tuna salad to eat with pasta or rice

    grow your own salad and tomatoes


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  • 03/02/13--12:09: 11422
  • buy earthworms, make a shake out of them, Seriously, check those fuckers out. Google "Earthworm protoein"


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  • 03/02/13--12:09: 11423
  • >>11421
    I heard its not good to eat canned tuna too often, is this true?


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  • 03/02/13--12:09: 11424
  • >>11423
    yeah because of the mercury and stuff i beleive....

    A big buzz thats going around now is the lack of testosterone in youth nowadays because of all the chemicals in the food... i beleive mercury in canned fish is one of them.


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  • 03/02/13--12:09: 11425
  • yeah its pretty good but try to add the vertical / horizontal pull within the routine as they are really important to balance out the whole thing.

    for ex include 5x5 bw rows on a) increasing them till 5x15 then do them barbell rows or change for pullups

    on b) add 5x5 chinuos increasing them till 15x5 then do them weighted

    and your conditioning can change to just swings and burpees instead of mointan climbers.... if you can manage the impact on your feet.


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  • 03/02/13--12:09: 11426
  • >>11345
    This

    Youll need a pullup bar at least

    work towards one hand pushups one hand pullup and pistol squats. Try to do a bridge from standing position for back strength and flexibility.

    The only thing missing IMO from body weight training is a move to emulate the deadlift, try kettlebell swings or pick something heavy from the ground to complete.

    also walk 30 mins + per day, do sprints and
    pick something heavy and walk (farmers walk - carry it in one hand, with both hands overhead etc...)


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  • 03/02/13--12:09: 11427
  • Mean old Mr. Gravity anyone?


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  • 03/02/13--12:09: 11428
  • Alright /fit this is my weekly plan:
    Monday-
    GYM 45 min
    Calorie intake - 3000
    ---------
    tuesday-
    CARDIO 45 min
    calorie intake - 2100
    --------
    wed -
    GYM 45 min
    CARDIO 45 min
    calorie intake - 3000
    --------
    thurs -
    CARDIO 45 min
    calorie intake - 2100
    ----------
    friday
    GYM 45 min
    CARDIO 45 min
    Calorie intake - 3000
    --------
    saturday
    CARDIO 45 min
    calorie intake - 2100
    ----------
    sunday
    GYM 45 min
    CARDIO 45 min
    calorie intake - 3000
    -----------
    For the days with 3k calorie intake what foods should i eat? (i want under 20% carbs)
    and for the days with 2100 calories what should i eat?
    keep in mind 14 hour breaks between getting my daily calories ( not sure if that matters)
    pic related it's some of the circuits i'm going to be doing


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  • 03/03/13--17:45: 11430
  • you want to eat 3k calories bc you are gonna do 30 pushups and 60 bodyweight squats plus some jumping jacks and shit?

    i'm confused. what is your starting condition/body type and what is your goal?

    and cardio burns a lot of calories. why are you eating less on the days you do cardio? are you trying to gain weight one day and lose weight the next?

    really, what the fuck?


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  • 03/03/13--17:45: 11431
  • >>11420
    You could make a sub with over 40 grams of protein in it that would still only be like half a meal. I strongly reccomend sandwiches. And get some jarred slices cherry peppers and put those bitches on there and maybe some dijon. Obviously you can't eat a sandwich for every meal but sandwiches are fucking good for gains bro.

    >>11423
    Yeah although it's content is nothing compared to some fish.


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  • 03/03/13--17:45: 11432
  • Even when I'm into a very high-protein diet, I'm not sure you need to eat that much of it for not losing your gains. The whole 1.5 grams of protein per pound of bodyweight formula seems a bit unnecesary for many authors.
    I don't claim you shouldn't eat as much protein as you can, but if you really can't afford if for shit, just try not to cut your calories that much (eat rice, and cheap shit high on carbs), and get your protein from cheap sources (get imaginative), but don't go crazy about getting a lot of it.

    Also, I've been eating about 400 grams of meat daily for like 3 years. Some days I don't, some I have more. Am I gonna fuck myself up? I eat low carb, don't really control fats.
    I'm sorry to use your thread for this OP, but the question just jumped to me when I was writing.


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  • 03/03/13--17:45: 11433
  • >>11424
    Turns out it's more due to BPAs used in the lining of most canned foods these days. Seek out canned food that doesn't have this.


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  • 03/03/13--17:45: 11434
  • >>11428
    It kinda sounds like you are trying the leangains approach and cycling calories depending what you are doing that day. The issue is that your GYM days may not be exerting enough if the pic is your regimen. Use heavy weight training with those higher calorie days if your intent is to build muscle, and cut back on the cardio somewhat on those days since you have it every other day in the week.


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  • 03/03/13--17:45: 11435
  • >>11433
    Allright thanks bro, ill look it up


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  • 03/03/13--17:45: 11436
  • >>11336
    C'mon, i mean, when is he gonna do it? i bought this book a very long time ago... prolly in 2003-04 or something.

    Hey OP, what is interesting to you about this book?

    I read it a while ago... if i remember well it starts out with a fitness test which results tell you where in the general progression are you going to start.
    The exercises are interesting versions of the common bodtweight push/pull with the help of household items.
    What i found pretty nice is the stretching routine, i tried it out onece a couple of years ago and i can say its pretty thorough and complete.
    The insights the author gives are pretty helpful too. At one point he talks about the importance of stretching when weight lifting and exposes the physical AND psychological dangers of totally neglecting it.

    Im googling it right now and it seems to be the Convict Conditioning of France heh!
    Or maybe CC is our Methode de Musculation since it came out earlier...


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  • 03/03/13--17:45: 11437
  • At the danger of turning this into /s/, here's another inspiring picture for the female /fit/izens: 53kgs, lifting 49 - 63, and ... rrrawr.

    OP: A book on actual medical nutrition (not the latest craze diet just out to sell books) and a nutritional table is sufficient for most people to get enough protein from normal food. Basically it boils down to vegetables, lean fish and meat, eggs, nuts and dairy.

    Whey protein is basically just left overs from making cheese, so it's nothing magical about it - you get the same stuff from drinking milk. I wouldn't spend much money on it unless I was having trouble keeping a good diet otherwise.

    As for timing, I'd place more value on having a steady intake of protein throughout the day than having one big shake whenever.


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  • 03/05/13--06:13: 11438
  • >>11345
    This.

    Google bodyweight fitness and calisthenics.

    >Dem handstand pushups


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  • 03/06/13--23:25: 11439
  • >>11437
    You get protein from milk, but that comes with a lot of excess fat and calories as well. Your average protein shake has around 35-40 grams of protein. That's five glasses of milk. Whey protein shakes are a more convenient way of getting enough protein without eating a shit ton.

    Eat a normal, healthy diet with lots of protein, carbs, and such, and have a protein shake post-workout. The key word in protein's description is that it's a SUPPLEMENT. You shouldn't let it affect what you usually eat.


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