Every week I make my food on Sunday, I eat the same thing all week generally, with dinner being the only thing I change up as I eat with my family, I just generally add protein to whatever my wife makes (she cooks clean so it's all good). I don't follow macros, count calories, or any of that, I just try to get 50 grams of protein a meal 6 times a day. I try to toss in some minor carbs, but not many, as I feel carbs don't work with my body well in terms of fat storage, and I never get tired during a training session, the only thing stopping me is the time limit of having to get back to work (I get a 90 minute lunch where I work out during).
But, on the days I don't train, I just feel this is excessive. So, I generally skip one or two meals. Also, I'm a big dude, 330 lbs, probably 25% body fat, so not a lard fat ass with his belly rolling over his dick, but you at the same time won't see much if any definition anywhere. So, I don't need any extra calories is what I'm getting at.
Should I still eat as big on off days as I do on training days, assuming that the meals are clean / the same as I normally eat?
My goals at this time are just to gain strength in the big 3, I have no goals to lose weight, but I definitely do not want to gain any weight. If I lose weight, that is a plus, however, but it is not a current goal. I'd like to get to master status at SHW, which I think is around 1600, then decide what to do from there. Elite is I think 1725, too far away to think about at this time. My current lifts are 600ish squat, 320ish bench, 500ish dead