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#1 Postby pspforever1 » Sun Nov 09, 2014 11:55 pm

Age: 21.
Height: 5"10.
Sex: M.
Location: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

BMR 1622.1.
BMI 18.7

Start Weight- 130lbs (Sun. Nov 9, 2014).
Current Weight- 134lbs (Tue. Jan 27, 2015).
Target Weight: 160lbs
Style: Body Weight Exercise.
Program: http://www.startbodyweight.com/p/start-bbodyweight-basic-routine.html.



Step 1: Find a diet plan that offers variety and meets caloric / nutritional requirements. (In progress).

Meal plan:
Breakfast-
- 2/3 cup of Oatmeal w/ handful of almonds(12-13), 4 dates(meaty, big, soft), 2/3 cup of rice milk, hemp hearts, coconut sugar (tblsp). (726 cal)
- Smoothie - 2 scoops of sunwarrior, 1 banana, handful of spinach(1 cup), cashew butter (1/2 tblsp), coconut oil (1 tblsp), hemp milk (2/3 cup). (432 cal)



Snack 1-
1 Whole Wheat Bagel with earth balance margarine (200 cal)


Lunch-
Creamy Mushroom Pasta
-2 cups of brown rice pasta, cashews, garlic, oil, vegetable cube, steamed broccoli (650 cal)

Snack 2


Smoothie-
Fruit Smoothie
-1 cup frozen berries, banana, soy milk, 2tblsp peanut butter (370)

Salad-
Greens / Lettuce, Nuts & Seeds, vinaigrette, Tomato, Cucumber, Bell peppers, 1/2 avacado (140 cal)

Dinner-

2/3 cup uncooked Brown Rice, 1 sweet potato(medium/large), steamed veggies, Gardein chicken tenders. (700 cal)



Beverages
-Water (distilled)
-Juice
-Smoothies

Supplements

-Intramax
-Sunwarrior

Calorie Taget: 2848 /3010
Step 2: Start program & Track progress :boxer:



Any suggestions welcome!! :P
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#2 Postby C.O. » Tue Nov 11, 2014 9:19 pm

Nice start. I would suggest setting a measurable goal like decide how much weight you would like to gain and or how much muscle wait, you could test your body fat, and also a time frame you are shooting to reach these goals by.

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#3 Postby pspforever1 » Fri Nov 21, 2014 4:19 pm

I miss calculated the calories in pasta after noticing the entire package was only 16oz. I was using a measuring cup to measure the dry pasta and 2 cups is 16 oz so I thought if I put two cups of dry pasta in the measuring cup that would equal 16 ounces. On the package is says 200 calories for 2oz which makes me thrilled and excited until I just saw the package on the front said only 16 oz. Sorry for repeating myself a bit but I think I'm going to invest in a food scale like this http://www.amazon.ca/Digital-Kitchen-Nu ... onal+scale
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#4 Postby C.O. » Sun Nov 23, 2014 5:25 pm

We have one that works well and it was much cheaper, i'll see if I can see if theyre selling it online anywhere.

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RE Food Scale

#5 Postby pspforever1 » Mon Nov 24, 2014 3:42 pm

Any luck? I thought 40$ was pretty cheap considering it can save the nutritional info on the device itself.

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#6 Postby C.O. » Thu Dec 18, 2014 12:14 am

Oh thats good actually, ours can't save data.


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