Re: "bodybuilding thread"
[quote author=Kodos link=topic=119717.msg2520806#msg2520806 date=1218030197]
oatmeal with a scoop of protein in the morning
3 eggs around 10:30 am, two with yolks removed (I have high cholesterol, for some reason)
lunch - normally a sandwich with whole grain bread, fresh veggies, lean roast beef and some turkey
Meal replacement bar around 4:00 PM
Dinner - usually whatever I always eat, I don't often eat fatty foods at all
I also down 1 1/2 to 2 scoops of protein after each workout.
I used to only eat two meals a day (Lunch and dinner) so this a HUGE increase in calories for me.
How much do you weigh and how is your metabolism. The way your eating was how I was eating when I was weighed 230 lbs. If you weigh something like 160 you could eat some fattier foods to put on some weight. I wouldn't say eat McDonald's everyday, but eat a lot of steak and potatoes and cut out the cardio to a day a week. Spend the rest of the days just lifting weights and you should start to put on some weight. You're probably eating too many foods that give you energy and don't convert to fat, which is why you're not gaining weight as quick as you would have thought.
LMFAO "oh i thought i didn't need that" i bet in your head you were like "go kick your mom in the ass for me when you get home " 08mazda2.0