Remember if you want to get big, you need to eat big. Follow Berardi’s massive eating guideline you will need around 4000 calories a day but i guarantee you if you are eating 4000 cal a day you wont be bulking for long, maybe a few months deffinately not a year.
Have a look at this i have added a few things, but you need a lot more calories;
Meal 1- Large bowl bran cereal with 2 cups skim milk,banana ((use oatmeal add some almonds and add a few egg whites))
Meal 2- 40g whey protein mixed with skim milk (( you need add some whole foods or you will be hungry doesnt matter what it is, maybe a apple and some almonds or any nuts))
Meal 3- Chicken or turkey ,apple,cucumber, 1 multi vitamin (( add some whole grain bread or any very grainy bread, i use to hate brown bread with a passion, now when i eat white bread it tastes like cardboard to me…anyway bread has good carbs and protein))
Meal 4- Can tuna,salad ((more brown bread agian))
Meal 5- Salmon or chicken or beef,veggie plate,3 salmon oil capsules
Meal 6- 20g whey mixed with 2% milk, 1/2 cup cottage chesse, mixed nuts,3 salmon oil caps (( try get some calcium calseinate or just casein powder))
Post workout- 40 g whey,
1 1/2 hours after pwo- 4 slices toast with jam ,1 cup skim milk,small chicken sub.
Pre workout- Fruit bar,20 g whey,4 or 5 sesame snack things.
As i said earlier you need a lot more calories.
Heres Dr John Berardi’s diet he used to get big, give you some ideas:
here’s the diet I generated:
8 AM, Breakfast: 6 whole eggs, 4 slices of whole grain bread, and 4 packets of instant oatmeal.
12 PM, Lunch: 1 pound extra lean ground beef, 1 cup cauliflower, and 2 large baked potatoes.
4 PM, Evening Meal: 1 pound of extra lean ground beef, 1 cup broccoli, and 2 large baked potatoes.
8 PM, Post-workout: half pound of pasta (weighed before cooking), 1 cup green beans, and half pound extra lean ground chicken.
Before bed: 6 whole eggs, 4 slices of whole grain bread.
Also, upon waking each morning I’d mix up a one gallon jug of water and somewhere between five and ten scoops of protein. In addition, I’d open a bag of six cinnamon raisin bagels and put peanut butter on each one. The protein drink and the bagels were to be consumed all day long when an actual meal wasn’t being eaten. The motto was: “If I’m not chewing, I’m not growing.” As soon as I’d finish each meal, I’d start right away with my protein shake and bagels and continue on them until the next meal. No lie.
Gluttony? You bet! Did I grow? You bet! On this plan I went from 165 pounds at 8% fat to 210 pounds at 12% fat in about six months. Hurray for newbie gains! That’s 34 total pounds of lean mass or about six pounds of lean mass per month.
EAT BIG, SLEEP BIG, LIFT BIG and results will come.