Cutting Science (My Training Log)

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Cutting Science (My Training Log)

#1 Postby xxJRHxx » Sat Jan 16, 2010 8:06 pm

I have been lifting for about 2 years now as a meat eater and now that I see the tremendous health benefits a vegan lifestyle can provide it's time to get serious with building a fit body.

Monday:
SQUATS (5x5 Moderate to Heavy Weight)
BENCH PRESS (5x5 Moderate to Heavy Weight)
REVERSE DUMBBELL RAISES (5x5 Light to Medium Weight)

Wednesday:
SQUATS (5x5 Moderate to Heavy Weight)
BARBELL BACK ROWS (5x5 Moderate Weight)
DEADLIFTS (5x5 Moderate to Heavy Weight)

Friday:
SQUATS (5x5 Moderate to Heavy Weight)
ISOLATED BARBELL CURLS (5x10 Light to Moderate Weight)
MILTARY PRESS (5x10 Light to Moderate Weight)

*Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday (Rest and Eat)

Nutrition:
Almonds
Peanut Butter (Organic)
Fruits
Green Veggies
Colored Veggies
Jam
Honey
Oatmeal (My favorite)
Fiber One Bars
Rice (Brown, Wild, White)
Beans (All types)
100% Fruit Juice
Water (My second favorite)
Bread (All types)
Cereals (All types) I love cereal!
Soy Milk (Vanilla is good for the tummy!)
Rice Milk
Veggie patties
Pasta (Must have)
Tomato sauces (All kinds)

I eat when I get the urge and I ensure not to overeat.
Pure Spirit and Health, this is why I'm a Vegan!

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Re: Cutting Science (My Training Log)

#2 Postby djshrew » Sat Jan 16, 2010 8:26 pm

which Fiber One bars are you eating? I've only ever seen ones with honey and milk in them.

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Re: Cutting Science (My Training Log)

#3 Postby xxJRHxx » Sat Jan 16, 2010 11:52 pm

I love these:
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Re: Cutting Science (My Training Log)

#4 Postby mikkah1987 » Sun Jan 17, 2010 12:11 am

Hi James!

Since transitioning to vegan 3 months ago…I no longer eat honey… I switched to agave nectar (100% pure sweetener) I use in my hot & cold cereals & hot tea… Maybe you can give it a try! :D

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#5 Postby djshrew » Sun Jan 17, 2010 9:40 am

Just so you're aware, this site has the nutrition value (and ingredient list).

http://www.fiberone.com/Product/Bars.aspx

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Re: Cutting Science (My Training Log)

#6 Postby xxJRHxx » Sun Jan 17, 2010 10:41 am

djshrew wrote:Just so you're aware, this site has the nutrition value (and ingredient list).

http://www.fiberone.com/Product/Bars.aspx

Looks like I am going to have to make some adjustments! Thanks for the info.
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Re: Cutting Science (My Training Log)

#7 Postby xxJRHxx » Sun Jan 17, 2010 10:42 am

mikkah1987 wrote:Hi James!

Since transitioning to vegan 3 months ago…I no longer eat honey… I switched to agave nectar (100% pure sweetener) I use in my hot & cold cereals & hot tea… Maybe you can give it a try! :D


Taking a look at it now thanks!
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Re: Cutting Science (My Training Log)

#8 Postby chewybaws » Sun Jan 17, 2010 2:37 pm

Hey man welcome :) I like your routine, simple and has the best strength exercises in there

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Re: Cutting Science (My Training Log)

#9 Postby xxJRHxx » Mon Jan 18, 2010 10:00 am

chewybaws wrote:Hey man welcome :) I like your routine, simple and has the best strength exercises in there


Thanks! I try to go straight to the large muscle groups because they release the growth hormones and they also require the most calories to heal. I LOVE EATING LOL, so I impact the larger groups so I can consume more food (I know this sounds crazy but it works well for me :D ) I am looking forward to hearing more from you!
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Re: Cutting Science (My Training Log)

#10 Postby Vegan Joe » Mon Jan 18, 2010 11:12 am

Some varieties have honey and dairy.
Best when on sale.
Not chewy but crunchy and plenty sweet,
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Re: Cutting Science (My Training Log)

#11 Postby xxJRHxx » Mon Jan 18, 2010 3:46 pm

Thanks! Adding it to my shopping list!
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Re: Cutting Science (My Training Log)

#12 Postby coroho » Mon Jan 18, 2010 8:23 pm

Also, Kashi makes some vegan ones and Clif bars are vegan too.
xxJRHxx wrote:Oatmeal (My favorite)
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Looks like you're on the right track :D

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Re: Cutting Science (My Training Log)

#13 Postby LocalBrada » Tue Jan 19, 2010 2:09 pm

coroho wrote:Also, Kashi makes some vegan ones and Clif bars are vegan too.
xxJRHxx wrote:Oatmeal (My favorite)
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Looks like you're on the right track :D

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