oh. sorry. definitely didnt mean that.
i didnt think it was ridiculous. just curious to see if it could be done logically.
no no. im saying that im not ripped, but i am muscular in most peoples opinion. thats all. i WANT to get ripped. and from my own personal gains i feel like i am actually going in the right direction.
age: 18/ weight: 175-180lb/ height: 6'/ i dont know what else you want.
breakfast=2 or 3 fruits (banana always, berries, pineapple, apple), 1/2 or 1 whole wheat bagel (about 12g protein is what i try to purchase) with all natural peanut butter w/ flax seed and flax seed oil (i believe its 10g of protein per tbsp) and a glass of milk or 100% orange juice.
lunch(im in high school..ugh)= i usually get a chicken sandwich or salad, with grapes and a banana on the side, and maybe some baked lays on the side (their attempt at health food). During the weekends i usually have turkey, tuna, or chicken, usually includes lettuce and/or tomatoes. If i get fast food then its usually a wrap or a salad of some sort.
dinner= this is usually my highest protein meal of the day. most of the week it is grilled or pan seared chicken breast with a pasta, potato, rice, and veggies. other times it is lean beef fajitas with lettuce and flax added (like tonight :)) or a steak. If not the above sides, i have a large salad that includes chicken, lettuce, carrots, apple, grapes, and a cheese.
my snacks: are limited because we aren't allowed to have food in school, but i usually have something when i get home like apple, berries, nuts or something like pretzels.
don't worry. i know the eggs arent a "heavy hitter". i definitely wasnt praising eggs. i just want to include them in my diet because they are nutritious.