Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#76 Postby Richard » Fri Sep 05, 2008 5:03 pm

FOOD:
Breakfast: Oats, soymilk, dates, vitamins
Lunch: Protein shake
Afternoon: Beans
Afternoon: Protein shake
Evening: Protein shake
Night: 5 raw carrots
Night: Protein shake
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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#77 Postby Richard » Sat Sep 06, 2008 10:31 am

FOOD:
Breakfast: small bowl of oats with soymilk, vitamins
Post-workout: protein shake
Afternoon: protein shake
Evening: protein shake
Evening: Kidney beans & TVP
Night: 6 raw carrots & protein shake

Since eating consistently through the day, I think my stomach is shrinking or something. The bowl of kidney beans & TVP really made me full up, which is good. I feel like breaking it down to smaller portions still, or just eating something easier to digest than the TVP.

TRAINING:
Back & biceps & traps
20 minutes interval training on bike (1 minute gentle, 2 minutes hard, that was difficult)
Skating for 1 hour (not very heavy)
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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#78 Postby Richard » Sun Sep 07, 2008 5:06 am

FOOOOD:
Breakfast: vitamins, oats & soymilk & dates
Afternoon: oats, soymilk & dates
Evening: Bowl of kidney beans & nutritional yeast
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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#79 Postby Tasha » Sun Sep 07, 2008 11:48 am

What kind of protein do you take?
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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#80 Postby Richard » Sun Sep 07, 2008 1:15 pm

It's soy protein isolate
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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#81 Postby Tasha » Sun Sep 07, 2008 9:01 pm

What do you usually mix it with?
or do you drink it straight up like a man's man :wink;
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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#82 Postby Richard » Mon Sep 08, 2008 4:25 am

Yeah, I am weening myself off junk, so I am starting to have it just with water, although the stuff is "chocolate flavour" - it doesn't really taste of chocolate, but it is better than plain. Sometimes I have it with some soy milk also if I want to have a little carbs with it
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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#83 Postby Richard » Mon Sep 08, 2008 10:51 am

FOOD:
Breakfast: Oats, Dates, Soymilk
After tennis: More oats, dates, soymilk
Afternoon: Protein shake
Night: Beans

TRAINING:
Tennis (knocking a tennis ball around) for 2 hours
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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#84 Postby Tasha » Mon Sep 08, 2008 3:58 pm

Someone should really invent a vegan protein isolate cooler. Then that way you could actually enjoy what you are drinking. That way we wouldn't have to plug the nose and shoot it down out throats.
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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#85 Postby Richard » Tue Sep 09, 2008 10:22 am

What's a cooler? Like, a fridge?

FOOD:
Breakfast - Oats, soymilk, dates, vitamins
Post-workout - Protein shake
Afternoon - 3 raw carrots
Afternoon - Protein shake
Evening - Protein shake
Night - Kidney beans & nutritional yeast

TRAINING:
Shoulders, chest, tris and a bit of ab work.
20 minutes interval training on bike
Got a new personal best for smith press, although I have never tried just 1 rep, so I don't know my real maximum as it were. But I got 5 reps at 70kg + bar which is the most I've ever done. And prior to that, I got a new PB last week on chest as well... so hopefully in my next chest workout I'll beat it again. All my numbers at the gym are going up right now.
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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#86 Postby Richard » Wed Sep 10, 2008 5:14 am

FOOD:
Breakfast - Oats, dates, soymilk, vitamins
Post-workout - Protein shake
Afternoon - 3 raw carrots, protein shake
Evening - TVP
Evening - Protein shake
Night - Two seed crackers

TRAINING:
Back, biceps, traps
20 minutes interval training on bike
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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#87 Postby Tasha » Wed Sep 10, 2008 1:48 pm

Richard wrote:What's a cooler? Like, a fridge?

FOOD:
Breakfast - Oats, soymilk, dates, vitamins
Post-workout - Protein shake
Afternoon - 3 raw carrots
Afternoon - Protein shake
Evening - Protein shake
Night - Kidney beans & nutritional yeast

TRAINING:
Shoulders, chest, tris and a bit of ab work.
20 minutes interval training on bike
Got a new personal best for smith press, although I have never tried just 1 rep, so I don't know my real maximum as it were. But I got 5 reps at 70kg + bar which is the most I've ever done. And prior to that, I got a new PB last week on chest as well... so hopefully in my next chest workout I'll beat it again. All my numbers at the gym are going up right now.


Way to GO Richard !!! :D

A cooler can be a place to store chilled stuff
but this cooler is meant to taste sweet, like lemonade or a tropical drink, like fizzy naval, strawberry kiwi
Like a fruit juice drink, without the sugar or carbs and 25grams of protein. But there isn't a vegan product out there yet.
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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#88 Postby Richard » Sat Sep 13, 2008 10:35 am

Woop, beat it and got 7 reps with the same weight today on the smith, which is good

FOOD:
Breakfast - soymilk, vitamins
Post-workout - protein shake
Afternoon - protein shake
Late afternoon - kidney beans
Evening - oats & soymilk & dates
Evening - kidney beans again yum

TRAINING:
Chest, tris, shoulders, abs
20 mins interval training on bike
1 hour skating
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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#89 Postby Richard » Sun Sep 14, 2008 12:13 pm

FOOD:
Breakfast: Oats, soymilk, dates, vitamins
Afternoon: Kidney beans
Evening: Protein shake
Night: 3 seed crackers, oats and more beans

TRAINING:
Skating 1 hour
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Re: Ninja Training & Diet Vol. 3

#90 Postby Tasha » Sun Sep 14, 2008 12:21 pm

Oh my gosh
GO Richard ! You're hooked ! :)
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