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      09-05-2019, 07:09 AM   #1123
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My buddy who works out also is hungry every hour. Annoying sometimes as were in the middle of like a movie, driving somewhere, working, or right after we just ate an hour ago this mofo is like "Dude, I'm starving! Can we go through a drive thru or something?" I'm like "Bitch, we just literally ate at a restaurant an hour ago and forked $100 bill!" he is 6.3 275lb so I dunno if that has anything to do with it
Haha, hes got like 85lbs on me so that may have something to do with it. Idk what it is my body just hustles through food. After dinner is one of my hungriest times of that day.

The way I take in my calories throughout the day is kind of odd though and may have something to do with it:

Coffee 5am: 8oz black ~15cal
First meal 6am: Protein bar (190cal)
Coffee 8:30am: 8oz black ~15cal
Second meal 11am: Depends, but usually a protein w/ rice and veggies (600cal)
Preworkout 3:30pm: ~15cal
Protein Shake 5:30pm: 2 scoops w/ Peanut butter and water (400cal)
Third meal 7pm: Same as second meal, but usually a larger serving (800cal)
Snack 1 7:30pm: Usually yogurt (100cal)
Snack 2 8pm: Peanut butter toast w/ honey (300 cal)
Snack 3 8:30pm: Eggs (180 cal)
Pre-bed Casien Shake 9-9:30pm: 1.5 scoops casien w/ PB and water (300cal)
*Besides coffee and preworkout all I drink is water or sparking water so no added calories there. A rough estimate some calories change from day to day depending on what snacks I incorporate.*

So as you can see I take in a majority of my calories within a 4 hour span following my workout (2080cal/2915cal). Most likely not the healthiest way to do it, but it works with my work schedule. I'm also odd in that I like to be hungry when I workout, always feel better throughout. So the fact that I take in 2/3 of my calories within the 4 hours that I'm at home is probably why the fiancé is always busting my balls for it lmao
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Haha, hes got like 85lbs on me so that may have something to do with it. Idk what it is my body just hustles through food. After dinner is one of my hungriest times of that day.

The way I take in my calories throughout the day is kind of odd though and may have something to do with it:

Coffee 5am: 8oz black ~15cal
First meal 6am: Protein bar (190cal)
Coffee 8:30am: 8oz black ~15cal
Second meal 11am: Depends, but usually a protein w/ rice and veggies (600cal)
Preworkout 3:30pm: ~15cal
Protein Shake 5:30pm: 2 scoops w/ Peanut butter and water (400cal)
Third meal 7pm: Same as second meal, but usually a larger serving (800cal)
Snack 1 7:30pm: Usually yogurt (100cal)
Snack 2 8pm: Peanut butter toast w/ honey (300 cal)
Snack 3 8:30pm: Eggs (180 cal)
Pre-bed Casien Shake 9-9:30pm: 1.5 scoops casien w/ PB and water (300cal)
*Besides coffee and preworkout all I drink is water or sparking water so no added calories there. A rough estimate some calories change from day to day depending on what snacks I incorporate.*

So as you can see I take in a majority of my calories within a 4 hour span following my workout (2080cal/2915cal). Most likely not the healthiest way to do it, but it works with my work schedule. I'm also odd in that I like to be hungry when I workout, always feel better throughout. So the fact that I take in 2/3 of my calories within the 4 hours that I'm at home is probably why the fiancÚ is always busting my balls for it lmao
Dude, you don't feel bloated when you go to bed at night? I see you're done with dinner at 7pm but you still eat the next 2 hours especially with the eggs and casein shake
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      09-05-2019, 09:08 AM   #1125
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Dude, you don't feel bloated when you go to bed at night? I see you're done with dinner at 7pm but you still eat the next 2 hours especially with the eggs and casein shake
Always fairly bloated when I go to bed, gotta get those calories in though! Starving when I get up each morning, so in my eyes that means my body is using the calories efficiently.
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      09-05-2019, 09:49 AM   #1126
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Yeah I always eat a lot in the evening and drink casein right before bed also who cares if bloated I'm sleeping.
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Haha, hes got like 85lbs on me so that may have something to do with it. Idk what it is my body just hustles through food. After dinner is one of my hungriest times of that day.

The way I take in my calories throughout the day is kind of odd though and may have something to do with it:

Coffee 5am: 8oz black ~15cal
First meal 6am: Protein bar (190cal)
Coffee 8:30am: 8oz black ~15cal
Second meal 11am: Depends, but usually a protein w/ rice and veggies (600cal)
Preworkout 3:30pm: ~15cal
Protein Shake 5:30pm: 2 scoops w/ Peanut butter and water (400cal)
Third meal 7pm: Same as second meal, but usually a larger serving (800cal)
Snack 1 7:30pm: Usually yogurt (100cal)
Snack 2 8pm: Peanut butter toast w/ honey (300 cal)
Snack 3 8:30pm: Eggs (180 cal)
Pre-bed Casien Shake 9-9:30pm: 1.5 scoops casien w/ PB and water (300cal)
*Besides coffee and preworkout all I drink is water or sparking water so no added calories there. A rough estimate some calories change from day to day depending on what snacks I incorporate.*

So as you can see I take in a majority of my calories within a 4 hour span following my workout (2080cal/2915cal). Most likely not the healthiest way to do it, but it works with my work schedule. I'm also odd in that I like to be hungry when I workout, always feel better throughout. So the fact that I take in 2/3 of my calories within the 4 hours that I'm at home is probably why the fiancÚ is always busting my balls for it lmao

Nothing wrong with that. Most of my daily calories come in the 4-5 hours after my workout. The body is primed for it then.

Then they gradually decline into smaller meals as the day goes on. At that point I'm pretty much letting hunger dictate when I eat as that tells me my body is ready for more.

The trick with bulking and doing it like that is to find and eat meals that your body processes pretty easily. I can eat chicken and rice, and be hungry 2 hours later. But something like oatmeal would keep me full for hours.

That's good for cutting calories, but when bulking you want to get in as much as you can ....so I pick foods that I know my body will burn right through.
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      09-06-2019, 05:09 AM   #1128
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Nothing wrong with that. Most of my daily calories come in the 4-5 hours after my workout. The body is primed for it then.

Then they gradually decline into smaller meals as the day goes on. At that point I'm pretty much letting hunger dictate when I eat as that tells me my body is ready for more.

The trick with bulking and doing it like that is to find and eat meals that your body processes pretty easily. I can eat chicken and rice, and be hungry 2 hours later. But something like oatmeal would keep me full for hours.

That's good for cutting calories, but when bulking you want to get in as much as you can ....so I pick foods that I know my body will burn right through.
Agree 100% with your third statement. Key is finding something that you can digest easily, although my body plows through oatmeal. For me it's any protein w/ rice really. We constantly make taco meat w/ rice and black beans. Just hit it with some cheese and hot sauce and mix it up, so easy to eat and digest. Recently made some banging stir fry that was good too, shit now im hungry haha.

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Hit chest yesterday, solid day. First time I talked to someone in the gym in months lol, I'll usually avoid conversation because I honest am just not there to talk to people. I'll see people try to talk and usually just ignore them unless they look like they're worth my time. There's one respectable trainer at our gym, I was on a bench supersetting flat db press w/ plate presses. At the time I was using a 25lb plate for the plate press (not focused on the weight just squeezing my chest together). Trainer recommended using 2 10lb plates and squeezing them together instead, got more mobility since the diameter of the smaller plates is less. Actually solid advice for once!
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After the swim I weighed in at 192. 203 when I started inter-fasting (aka no breakfast) 10 days ago. Just swimming and elliptical at this point. Legs should be the same muscle mass, and swimming keeping the upper body musculature.
Same average sleep but I'm only nodding off before I leave the table lunch/dinner. Food is a POWERFUL drug
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      09-06-2019, 06:05 PM   #1130
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Awesome leg workout tonight! I'm actually looking at some casein products on Bodybuilding.com website. So casein is more a slower release type protein?
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Think I'm gonna take today off, havent had one in 35 days.
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      09-07-2019, 01:26 AM   #1132
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Awesome leg workout tonight! I'm actually looking at some casein products on Bodybuilding.com website. So casein is more a slower release type protein?
Yep. Again it's 2:20am....and I'm up getting ready to go hit the gym.

But in order of fast to slow absorbing proteins...you have:
Hydrolyzed Whey
Whey Isolate
Whey Concentrate
Miscellar Casein
Casein

So in theory, you want the fastest acting protein right after your workouts, then I like a blend of whey isolate and casein as it covers all the bases for a fast, intermediate, and slow absorbing protein source. Good for meal replacement if you can't eat.

Then typically straight casein right before bed as it will negate going long periods of eating. Kind of like a IV drip that everytime it pulses, you stimulate muscle synthesis and Nitrogen retention within the muscle.
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Oh hell yeah arm day gym bros! Feel good, feel strong. Feel motivated and feel like tearing shit up!
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Legs for me, dont feel psyched up. Lost some weight recently messes with me look smaller.
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So today (well at 2:00am because I was awake again!) was my first week of Active Recovery. Today was chest.

I'm telling you after hitting workouts for 5 reps or less for weeks that eventually having you do multiple sets of 3 reps, active recovery can be brutal as you drop the weight and reps go way up.

After my warm-ups, I hit 16 reps on the bench at 245lbs. You want to talk about lactic acid burn.

To add insult, my training partner who is on a higher % of weight then I am banged out 275lbs for 17 reps. I said it was 18, but since I touched the bar at the end to help him rack it .....he wouldn't count the rep.

But I've seen him do 225 in the past for 25 reps and make it look easy. It just blows my mind the genetics he has. He was set to go to Russia last year to compete for the record in the raw bench category, but his kid got pretty sick and he called it off. The record at the time was 560lbs. I had personally help spot him on a 540 attempt that he made look easy putting up.

All of this at a bodyweight of less than 205lbs. Just crazy.

Sometimes I feel good about where I'm at, then he brings me back to reality and I realize I have a long ways to go still.
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Impressive 25 reps with 225lbs. The most I can do is 10.
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I can do at least 15 maybe few more.
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Impressive 25 reps with 225lbs. The most I can do is 10.
I swear to you man....he played around with those 25 reps too. I bet he could hit 30+ if he wanted. We were just playing around one day and they were mentioning the NFL Combine benching results.

And to top it off, he did it after a chest workout that we just went through.
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Very boring here...

Alarm at 3:40 AM
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Eat and have my coffee while driving.
Into the health club at 5:00
Lap swim freestyle for 25mins.
At work at 5:55 for first meeting.
Repeats daily during the work week.

Listen to tunes while I swim, fwiw. I like to do 45 minute swims but working 12 hour days only allows that on weekends.
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At a cross road just like every year around this time. Don't want to fully commit to bulking as I don't want to put on the extra weight... Also have weddings, travel, a move, and job change coming up so I don't know if I will be able to get all the proper lifts in... *sigh* May have to put it off until the middle of October
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Very boring here...

Alarm at 3:40 AM
Out the door by 4:20.
Eat and have my coffee while driving.
Into the health club at 5:00
Lap swim freestyle for 25mins.
At work at 5:55 for first meeting.
Repeats daily during the work week.

Listen to tunes while I swim, fwiw. I like to do 45 minute swims but working 12 hour days only allows that on weekends.
Why should I NOT use a snorkel? I'm drowning 25 yards at a time, I still have to stop at each end of the pool and catch my breath. I've tried to slow down each lap, but I just can't get there yet. I do series of free and breast strokes, and it takes me almost 45 minutes to complete 1100. I do this every third work-out day now.
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Can someone post what their pull-up routine is, # of sets and reps ? (grip style, and where it falls in that days workout)
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Can someone post what their pull-up routine is, # of sets and reps ? (grip style, and where it falls in that days workout)
# of sets and reps will vary depending on what your goal is. I usually don't do pull-ups unless I am traveling where the equipment is limited. I'll do them on back day either towards the beginning or end. 4 sets 10-15 reps, inbetween a wide and medium grip.
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