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Slag

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Apr 21, 2011
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this is what im having 5-15 minutes after my workout.

No fat yogurt (protein/simple carbs)
Flax seed (omegas)
whey protein (protein)
regular corn flakes (starch carbs)

instead of a shake thats what im having atm i think it comes out to like 500 calories

than i have a whole foods meal like 45 mins-hour and a half after that
 
PillarofBalance

PillarofBalance

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Feb 27, 2011
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this is what im having 5-15 minutes after my workout.

No fat yogurt (protein/simple carbs)
Flax seed (omegas)
whey protein (protein)
regular corn flakes (starch carbs)

instead of a shake thats what im having atm i think it comes out to like 500 calories

than i have a whole foods meal like 45 mins-hour and a half after that
If you're "clean bulking" or cutting, I'd avoid all dairy due to allegations of sub-Q fat depositing. For quick carbs a cheap jug of dextrose usually works fine. I'd ditch the flax at this time as well so there is no fat slowing the digestion down. You also didn't specify which type of whey.... Hopefully you meant isolates or even better hydrolysates. Toss in 5 grams glutamine and you're good to go.

I almost think thats a myth!
 
S

Slag

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Apr 21, 2011
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#5
by clean bulking i mean slow increase in muscle mass so like .1 to .2 pounds a day instead of .5+
 
3J

3J

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May 19, 2011
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#6
dude just keep it simple and EAT REAL FOOD!!!

my pre workout

6oz chicken breast

1 1/2 cup brown rice (weighed cooked) or 10oz sweet potato..

why would u replace food with a whey shake??

throw in some bcaa's and your g2g
 
Ogre717

Ogre717

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Jul 22, 2011
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Looks good for your goals. But i have to agree with 3J though. If you dont have serious gains or cutting in mind, eat clean and balanced food. Let your training have the variability to adjust.
 
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