chewy's progress

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Re: chewy's progress

#46 Postby evolveahimsa » Mon Oct 18, 2010 11:42 am

Wow, your transformation looks incredible dude. I read you upped your calories to over 4000. Any chance you could post what your typical diet is like? I'm having a really hard time getting anywhere close to 4000 cals a day and I would love some more food ideas / a sample diet plan for 4000 cals per day. Congrats again!
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Re: chewy's progress

#47 Postby chewybaws » Mon Oct 18, 2010 4:16 pm

Thanks guys

Pretty much the same since then. Swapped the hemp seed in the morning smoothie for a scoop of hemp protein, added oats to the night shake, and at the moment I'm having quinoa or buckwheat instead of brown rice. When I need extra calories now I've been just chucking a banana, 50g of oats and 100g of any nuts/seed combination into 400ml water in a blender, good way to rack up 850kcal with minimal effort.

Work your way into it, it's better to count calories for a week or 2 to make sure you're actually eating what you think you're eating. It will allow you to increase them accurately as well. Start from whatever you're eating just now and add 50-100kcal a day.

Meal frequency is important. Experiment and see what works for you. I prefer eating every 2-3 hours. If I leave it any longer inbetween the day goes up and I can't fit it in without feeling too full at night. Other days I can eat most of it before 5-6pm.

The reason I drink a lot of my calories is because to be quite honest I don't want to spend my whole day eating.

There'll probably be little in the way of progress pictures from me for close to a year. Don't wanna stop eating big till I hit 100kg bench and 200kg deadlift. Will hit within a year if everything goes according to plan. Then I'll get shredded

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Re: chewy's progress

#48 Postby tomc » Tue Dec 21, 2010 9:25 am

Brilliant effort mate. Keep at it!

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Re: chewy's progress

#49 Postby emvoneuw » Tue Jun 28, 2011 9:20 pm

Lookin awesome! Great definition.
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Re: chewy's progress

#50 Postby vegansludge » Wed Nov 09, 2011 2:37 am

Your log and progress was a huge inspiration not only to register here but to work towards getting stronger and putting on mass.

Congrats on the transformation, mate.
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Re: chewy's progress

#51 Postby veggiesasquatch » Sat Nov 12, 2011 7:40 am

Dude so glad this popped up near the top again! Great seeing your pregress!!!

Can't wait to start the mon-tue-wed powerlifting Prog this week!!!
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Re: chewy's progress

#52 Postby robert » Fri Nov 18, 2011 12:17 am

vegansludge wrote:Your log and progress was a huge inspiration not only to register here but to work towards getting stronger and putting on mass.

Congrats on the transformation, mate.

That is an awesome testimonial! Love it!

Well done.

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