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Old 09-06-04, 06:21 PM
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Meal 4.

2 Cut up Chicken Breast
1 cup Brocolli
1 Sweat Potato

This meal comes about an hour after the shake.
what kind of sauce do you have on the chicken and broccoli? that looks good compared to the stuff i eat!
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Your 6th meal would that be a good prework out meal. I use the same product inclulding the flavor. I train in the morning so it would also serve as my first meal. I also just take 2 scoops with me an fill my shaker with water for a post work out drink. Is that something that is ok as far as you can see.
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Old 09-07-04, 08:18 AM
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Its 8:15am here in New Jersey and im having a cup of coffee, I dont think you need a picture of that. :P
no but I would like one. This has been a great thread.
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Great thread and awesome pics for those that need pics! :P One thing though...the floral pattern on the plate....what's up with that shit bro?
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what kind of sauce do you have on the chicken and broccoli? that looks good compared to the stuff i eat!
Its the fat free general cho's sauce i get from costco. it has about 15g simple sugars in 3 tbsp but thats ok because its a post workout meal.
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Your 6th meal would that be a good prework out meal. I use the same product inclulding the flavor. I train in the morning so it would also serve as my first meal. I also just take 2 scoops with me an fill my shaker with water for a post work out drink. Is that something that is ok as far as you can see.
Well its a complex carb, protein meal so ya it could be used as pre or post workout. you might want to add some simple sugars to the pre workout.
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Bouncer - how do get your broc... frozen or fresh? i've been wanting to throw that into my daily diet with my chicken.
We buy it fresh cut in the bag. They keep it in the cold room at costco.
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I got a little behind yesterday guys. After my last meal that i posted above yesterday i had the following.

Meal 5, Chicken, 1 cup oatmeal mixed with honey

Meal 6, Chopsteak with Veggies and some chicken. (Went to a steakhouse)

Meal 7, 6 egg whites, 2 whole eggs scrambled.

Meal 8, Protein Shake and some nuts.
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wow, great idea bro....very informative thread




....damn that chicken and brocolli look good too, will have to try it
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Thank you for the simple sugar idea for the perwork out meal. Now can you give me a few examples of simple sugars I can use in with my protein shake.
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Thank you for the simple sugar idea for the perwork out meal. Now can you give me a few examples of simple sugars I can use in with my protein shake.
a mix of dextrose and maltodextrin is the best. both can be ordred in bulk on-line...
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bouncer, its good to see the actual food that is consumed on a daily basis-- nice job - gave me some ideas on meals

oh and i will take whats under the eggs -lol
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oh and i will take whats under the eggs -lol
Good eye, I wonder if anyone else noticed that.
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Good eye, I wonder if anyone else noticed that.
The untrained eye would not. Especially those who have never been so fortunate to experience having some of that in the fridge. :agree:
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:P bout 15 in there now.
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Thanks Big man...you know what's funny about this post. It is soooo normal. I am one of those strange types that can break down a daily intake to the last gram. But I over think it...like to the point that I use not having a meat scale to NOT eat correctly.

This post is funny becaues it adds the simplicity that many of us need to see. No secrets, no special sauce (of sorts), no magic powder... just the basics. It is a nice slap in the face to some one like me. It takes the self dedication to get up and take an extra 15 min here and there to do it right. This thread shines a light on me...I yell at so many people that come to me and "want a work out" but wont put forth any effort. It just feels like a waste of time.

WELP--that sounds a lot like me with my diet.

so again ... thank you again for the post
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Great thread. I'm a visual person and this really motivates me to eat the right way.
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Thanks Big man...you know what's funny about this post. It is soooo normal. I am one of those strange types that can break down a daily intake to the last gram. But I over think it...like to the point that I use not having a meat scale to NOT eat correctly.

This post is funny becaues it adds the simplicity that many of us need to see. No secrets, no special sauce (of sorts), no magic powder... just the basics. It is a nice slap in the face to some one like me. It takes the self dedication to get up and take an extra 15 min here and there to do it right. This thread shines a light on me...I yell at so many people that come to me and "want a work out" but wont put forth any effort. It just feels like a waste of time.

WELP--that sounds a lot like me with my diet.

so again ... thank you again for the post
im glad you got learned something from it bro. that was just what i was going for.
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Great thread. I'm a visual person and this really motivates me to eat the right way.
good to hear. im glad this thread was able to help.
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Old 09-08-04, 08:58 AM
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Question Bouncer, about how much do you spend on food a week?...just curious
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how about a picture of what all this food makes your body look like ?
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Old 09-08-04, 10:36 AM
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Question Bouncer, about how much do you spend on food a week?...just curious
between the 2 of us, we spend about $100/week on food.

this does not count the protein shakes...

we buy from costco in bulk - and it's really mainly chicken, beef, and eggs.

chicken comes in 5lb bags that are frozen and $13/bag. beef is usually $20/2 pieces of london broil sized top round steak. eggs are $5.50/7.5dozen.

if you eat clean, it really isn't that expensive.

what is expensive is when we cheat on the weekends
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between the 2 of us, we spend about $100/week on food.

this does not count the protein shakes...

we buy from costco in bulk - and it's really mainly chicken, beef, and eggs.

chicken comes in 5lb bags that are frozen and $13/bag. beef is usually $20/2 pieces of london broil sized top round steak. eggs are $5.50/7.5dozen.

if you eat clean, it really isn't that expensive.

what is expensive is when we cheat on the weekends
Cool thanks Sana.

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Hey Bouncer this is the best thread yet at least for me. I see you fly the Finnish flag but you live in jersey. What up with that. My question is where can I find the 10 lbs of optimum protein bag you took a picture of on page 2.
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Hey Bouncer this is the best thread yet at least for me. I see you fly the Finnish flag but you live in jersey. What up with that. My question is where can I find the 10 lbs of optimum protein bag you took a picture of on page 2.
He used to fly the british flag as well. Either he's trying to keep us from finding out who he is, or he just doesn't know what the hell he is. He was born in NJ. As for the protein, the boys at power nut have what you need.

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He used to fly the british flag as well. Either he's trying to keep us from finding out who he is, or he just doesn't know what the hell he is. He was born in NJ. As for the protein, the boys at power nut have what you need.

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lol, i fly a different flag every month. i like the pretty colors...:ghey:
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food for about 3 days for both sana and me. that is about a bag and a half of chicken tenders cooked up.
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food for about 3 days for both sana and me. that is about a bag and a half of chicken tenders cooked up.
hey man r those the tyson ones u get at coscos. We dont have that store here but we got a Sams Club store. How much does that bag last bro. Like if i buy one would it last me the week.
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yes they're tyson chicken tenders. that's about a bag and a half worth cooked up in that container and it lasts us about 3 days. next to it is about 4lbs of ground beef and turkey together.
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food for about 3 days for both sana and me. that is about a bag and a half of chicken tenders cooked up.
Chicken tenders look a little bland! How did you cook them and did you use any seasonings?
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Chicken tenders look a little bland! How did you cook them and did you use any seasonings?
i boil them in water, about 1/2 cup of soy sauce, 1/2 cup of chinese cooking wine, and ginger. it's not bland at all. i eat it plain like that - and it's lightly flavored. he usually will cut it up and recook it with whatever he is going to eat.
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Ok, today is my day off and it is going to be a somewhat high calorie day. Here is what I had for breakfast.

1 Scoop of protein. (Because its the morning and I wanted to get a quick supply of protein to my muscles.

3 Beacon, Egg, and cheese bisquits.
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Ok, today is my day off and it is going to be a somewhat high calorie day. Here is what I had for breakfast.

1 Scoop of protein. (Because its the morning and I wanted to get a quick supply of protein to my muscles.

3 Beacon, Egg, and cheese bisquits.
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that looks yummy. Havent had those in about 2 years
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yes they're tyson chicken tenders. that's about a bag and a half worth cooked up in that container and it lasts us about 3 days. .

sounds good, so if u all eat that in 3 days , its enough to last me 6 days. Cool I might consider getting some this week. Im going food crazy now
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Did the protein powder get mixed with something or did you just choke it down dry? :eek:
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I think we should take up a collection and get Bouncer and Sana some new damn plates.
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I think we should take up a collection and get Bouncer and Sana some new damn plates.
you know you can tell alot about a man from his plates:ghey:
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oh and juice let me know if they sell those tenders at sam's. if not i'm takin a ride to costco this weekend.:agree:
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Here is meal 3 and 4.

Meal 2 was just a protein shake.

6 Double Hamburgers.
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I think we should take up a collection and get Bouncer and Sana some new damn plates.
Those plates are like a $300 set. Pfaltzgraft plates I believe is the name.
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Yea, shouldn't that be in the fridge? I think this off day of yours is way too greasy. The song "ring of fire" comes to mind.
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Yea, shouldn't that be in the fridge? I think this off day of yours is way too greasy. The song "ring of fire" comes to mind.
I had just gotten home from the store, its a new bottle. Its in the fridge now.
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oh and juice let me know if they sell those tenders at sam's.

u got it:agree:
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Those plates are like a $300 set. Pfaltzgraft plates I believe is the name.
I guess it's true that you can't buy good taste or style. It's just something you have phany pack man :P
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I guess it's true that you can't buy good taste or style. It's just something you have phany pack man :P

Lol... there isnt anything wrong with a fanny pack. Thats what i say.
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