Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by michael, Feb 13, 2007.
They all look like good meals but no one should get this "big muscle, no fat" mentality. It's just not healthy and quite frankly improbable. Our bodies just aren't designed to grow lb upon lb of muscle without any fat cells forming.
If you want big gains, a strong body, you're going to have to eat more *healthy* calories than you burn which will result in some fat production.
Eating healthy and eating every 3 hours is definitly the way to stay relatively fat free and promote muscle growth.
My point is: don't fear the fat.
I wouldnt gain weight on that diet
Really needs some more fat calories. Carb sensitive people probably need ALOT more fat calories.
There callories are way the fuck off, I dunno where the fuck they are getting there numbers...
I have gained significant amount of muscle while dropping fat at the same time. Its all about tailoring your diet properly.
saying that, I like the diet posted above. The only thing I would change is take the carbs out of the 6pm meal on the non training day & up the fat on both days
3400and 2400 kcals not only would I be constantly hungry, I would lose weight
i didnt really think you'd gain pure muscle, just named the thread what the article was supposed to be about.
still think it's a pretty solid diet if you add a few things in.
I can't eat three meals while on the clock at work.
That's the one thing I love about my job, when we are slow all I do is sit in my cube and eat while browsing OT/EFS.
that's what i do.. except my job is always slow.
posting from work now, ftw. whenever i post on here, between mon-fri 9am-2pm, its from work
Seems like a pretty solid diet, but there are a couple things that I would change... Maybe I will give this a shot