blue we all mean well and trust me some of us did alot of useless stuff or overanalyzing when we first started. Were saving you some time by telling you how it is.
Let me just give you some words for thought. You as you are right now have nothing! Mentally or physically to lose, but everything in terms of knowledge, strength and size to gain.
No more surfing for the perfect this or that cause in real life nothing is truly perfect. Your body is to complex and forever adapting now go put it through some challenges every week and beat them the following week with more weight or reps or intensity.
For instance I had a problem of not using my hips enough to power through my squats but today I added 30 lbs to my squat today why, because I practiced and practiced powering more with my hips and was determined to get it right
Now just go get your little ipod throw on some heavy metal and beast it up.
ps Is that all you had today some lactaid? You need to start eating like a man if you want to look like a man.
All of you guys are right - I need to stop overanalyzing irrelevant shit. I’m going to stop obsessing over these things and tear down all this shit I’ve built around my head.
I am eating more than Lactaid - today was 3 eggs, 1 cup oatmeal w/ blueberries, walnuts, coconut milk, 6-7 oz of turkey, 2 sweet potatoes, 3 chicken thighs and the better part of a half gallon of Lactaid. Probably need to up it.[/quote]
I honestly would ditch the lactaid and maybe drink more water in place and add some sort of shake with heavy whipping cream, olive oil and some casein protein/whey protein mix. I say this because that milk might screw with your insulin output, maybe drink it only around work out time like hour before if you have to.
Again if you find yourself adding an absurd amount of fat most likely that milk would be the culprit. You need some more saturated fat like ground beef if on a budget, pepperoni, heavy whipping cream, coconut oil. Also add some almonds and natural peanutbutter for extra cals. Every thing else looks pretty good.
Except for the oats, some people have a mild allergic reaction, like I get a sick feeling if I eat oats, get all groggy as shit. So I just eat sweet potatoes and brown rice and drink fruit juice for carbs.
Oh cottage cheese with peanut butter is also real good for a night snack. Good luck on your goals. Only time you should be on this site is if your eating something or you got “real” problems with training or diet.