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Old 10-25-2013, 05:10 AM #1
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I got a low carb and a high carb one

-1c milk or 1c unflavored almond milk (higher v lower carb)
-1.5 scoops casein - COOKIES AND CREAM
-80g Blueberries - They taste the best IMO; have tried strawberries and mixed berries.

Tastes like blue berry cake batter ice cream

It is like 26g CHO/5g fat/46 protein vs 14g CHO/5g fat/38g Pro.
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I am always changing it, but:

-3c milk or 3c almond milk
-6 servings Kashi GoLean or you can use several cups of oatmeal but I like how I get the soy protein with go lean and also the crunch factor it adds.
-12 servings CHOCO PB MYO - Please don't be dumb **** and use something else!
-4 servings casein - I like C n C or Choco PB ON, but don't think it matters much so long as you got the choco pb myofusion
-2 servings Natty PB or Almond PB

I recommend mixing the protein powders and the milk/almond milk before the other ingredients or else you will find it nearly impossible to get all the powder mixed. I also sometimes add a bit of water if I am having trouble mixing. I keep track of how much every ingredient weights then divide the total by 10 which equals how much each bar should weigh if I want 10 bars.

Macros should be roughly 20g CHO/8g Fat/48g PRO per bar with the entire recipe yielding 10 - usually my first bar is me licking 170 grams of ingredients out of the mixing bowl lol.
These bars are supposed to be frozen.

If you don't like them, then your an idiot.
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Old 10-25-2013, 09:48 AM #2
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These recipes are still delicious, even 2 years later.
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Old 10-25-2013, 05:27 PM #3
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Old 10-25-2013, 06:59 PM #4
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Interesting. Right now I'm going with the standard 1g protein per pound of bodyweight, filling the rest with carbs and fat. 75 G FAT and like 350 carbs. We'll see. Maybe I'll adjust in a week or so... I'm 'scared' of the high amount of carbs--don't want to get back to the level of fat I was at when I returned from Afghanistan.
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Old 10-25-2013, 07:12 PM #5
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I consume ~30g of carbs per day now, in the form of spinach and a banana. Although whenever meetings come up, the host almost always provides something deliciously unhealthy.
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Old 10-27-2013, 11:29 PM #7
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in. 20 weeks out starting macros: 80/300/250
F/P/C, I'm assuming? IIRC you looked pretty well conditioned at your last comp, hopefully you can come in even better this time around.

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I consume ~30g of carbs per day now, in the form of spinach and a banana. Although whenever meetings come up, the host almost always provides something deliciously unhealthy.
I eat really high carb and I'm still dropping weight. I had a fatty fat fat weekend that bumped me up last week, but I'm lighter than I was in Basic right now. A simple caloric deficit is a wonderful thing.



To anybody knowledgeable:

I have a lovely 24 hour weigh in for my meet in November. I'm planning on rehydrating (and end up hyperhydrating) with massive amounts of sodium, carbs, and now glycerol. This will be my first time with a 24 hour weigh in and I am super excite.

I'm not super sure about glycerol dosage. I've seen a 5% solution being suggested for longer-term hyperhydration. Is this accurate? I plan on mixing in some with my rehydration solution (a gallon of 1:1 powerade and water, with a spoonful of sea salt), as well as the powerade that I will be drinking throughout the meet.
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Old 10-30-2013, 09:22 PM #8
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Old 10-30-2013, 09:35 PM #9
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I eat really high carb and I'm still dropping weight. I had a fatty fat fat weekend that bumped me up last week, but I'm lighter than I was in Basic right now. A simple caloric deficit is a wonderful thing.
If you can handle cutting with high carbs well, by all means go for it. I experimented with it for awhile and I found low carbs to be a lot more comfortable (in terms of bloat, satiety, etc). Like you said, caloric deficit is all that matters.

I'd also be interested in hearing about competition hydration. I'll be competing in a push/pull event next Sunday. I have to weigh in the day of and I've never cut for a competition before.
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Old 10-31-2013, 09:18 AM #10
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The only reason I keep my carbs at ~100 is because it covers about two sweet potatoes, or a very tiny bit of ice cream and sweet potato. Helps me avoid triggering a carb binge and going crazy.
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If you can handle cutting with high carbs well, by all means go for it. I experimented with it for awhile and I found low carbs to be a lot more comfortable (in terms of bloat, satiety, etc). Like you said, caloric deficit is all that matters.

I'd also be interested in hearing about competition hydration. I'll be competing in a push/pull event next Sunday. I have to weigh in the day of and I've never cut for a competition before.
For the day of, and your first competition, don't even cut. Just go in feeling strong and move some heavy weight. The only exception is if you're within like 3lb, in which case just fast for a half-day or whatever.
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Old 11-04-2013, 11:22 AM #12
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Old 11-11-2013, 01:33 PM #13
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Ate too much at a banquet on Friday, missed weight by 2lbs on Sunday. Deadlifted a PR, had a horrible bench, and obviously didn't place. Would have finished 2nd in the other weight class. Oh well, it was fun and encouraged me to make some routine adjustments.
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Old 11-14-2013, 12:30 AM #14
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Ate a **** ton in a matter of hours because before 10 pm all I had to eat was two fiber bars, a greek yogurt, and a pop tart.

10:00pm - Pepper jack Turkey Griller from work
10:45pm - two brixx pizzas
11:30pm - Vanilla milkshake from cookout

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Question for the smart people here:

My roommates keep giving me **** for eating 1g/lb protein per day (~215g) saying that is will "ruin my kidneys and liver and is unhealthy for you". This coming from binge drinkers, mind you.

Can someone give me some science I can shove in their face to help get them off my back? It is always fun disproving their stupid ideas, especially the one about fish oil a while back.
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Umm why would protein ruin your liver? That's such a ****ty argument on their part. Even worse than "if you eat that much protein your body will just piss it out".
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Question for the smart people here:

My roommates keep giving me **** for eating 1g/lb protein per day (~215g) saying that is will "ruin my kidneys and liver and is unhealthy for you". This coming from binge drinkers, mind you.

Can someone give me some science I can shove in their face to help get them off my back? It is always fun disproving their stupid ideas, especially the one about fish oil a while back.
http://www.jissn.com/content/4/1/8

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Umm why would protein ruin your liver? That's such a ****ty argument on their part. Even worse than "if you eat that much protein your body will just piss it out".
Oh trust me, I get to hear that one too. Along with I **** it out, its the reason I poop a lot. Not my crohns, but the protein.

Thank you biskit, I will be showing them that article when I get back from thanksgiving break.

Haha jewfro, took me a while to get that one.
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Oh trust me, I get to hear that one too. Along with I **** it out, its the reason I poop a lot. Not my crohns, but the protein.

Thank you biskit, I will be showing them that article when I get back from thanksgiving break.

Haha jewfro, took me a while to get that one.
Crohns is for sure no fun. Hope you don't like asparagus, corn or any other fibrous or indigestible veggie. Luckily just means you get to eat more meat.
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Ya, usually it isn't bad as long as I watch what I eat. It sucks when I eat a bunch of bad food, then I destroy some toilets/my *******.
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