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Vegan Bodybuilding & Fitness Strength Table 2014


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  • 3 weeks later...

It's been a while guys! Still working out, mostly maintaining the last year but am now training for a meet (my first).

 

Current lifts:

 

Deadlift: 520 lbs

Squat: 360 lbs (weak I know)

Bench: 245 lbs or so

BW: 230 lbs

 

Have had issues with my left knee so my squat has gotten weaker. Feels good to be back though.

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Squat is up to 200 kg (with some left in the tank)

Bench is now comp approved

Deadlift is 260 kg (maybe a few kg left there, too)

Bw is up to 86.5 kg though

 

Numbers should go up again in mid-january when I max out for the last time before cutting to 80 kg (dehydrated 75 kg) to slowly set course for all-time glory.

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If you're looking to build more muscle mass but enjoy eating a vegetarian style of diet, you may often feel as though you might be defeated before you get going.

 

Let's have a look at the 20 top tips that the vegetarian bodybuilder needs to know.

 

1. Get Sufficient Calories

2. Consume Plenty Of Fruits And Vegetables

3. Don't Neglect Chickpeas And Legumes

4. Swap Rice For Quinoa

5. Utilize Egg White Or Soy Protein Powders

6. Avoid A Heavy Reliance On Processed Foods

7. Keep Your Workouts Short But Intense

8. Be Sure To Vary Your Food Choices

9. Make Use Of Tempeh

10. Consider Going Lacto-Ovo Vegetarian

11. Utilize Nuts For Fuel

12. Take In Plenty Of Flaxseeds, Walnuts, And Flaxseed Oil

13. Start Adding Peanut Butter

14. Consider Iron Supplementation

15. Focus On Broccoli And Spinach Intakes

16. Don't Let Others Get You Down

17. Eat More Frequently

18. Monitor Your Body Fat Levels

19. Supplement With Branched Chain Amino Acids

20. Stay Positive

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