I’ve been training for about two years now and I’ll admit I haven’t been to big on diet up to this point. Anyway, I’m looking to start the Get Jacked Fast program soon but I’m a bit unclear on the diet specs. For example if the breakfast protein calls for 4 portions and if 1 portion of chicken is 75 grams that’s 300 grams of chicken for breakfast. Over the course of the day it’s more than 3 pounds of food. Am I calculating this correctly?
Why does that sound so outrageous?
Just do the diet as it is written. It’ll work if you do it. Yes, to some it is more food than expected.
Thanks for the reply. It seems like just keeping that much food around could be a challenge.
Thanks for the reply. It seems like just keeping that much food around could be a challenge.[/quote]Welcome to the world of the dedicated trainer. Buy in bulk!
I had a Get Jacked Fast diet question,
I was wondering what amount of FINiBAR would be suitable for a serving of low glycemic index carbs? i.e. 1 whole or bar 1/2 bar = 1 serving
Where is this Get Jacked Fast diet located? I did a search and only found some threads with random questions but no specific article.
It’s an e-book available at: http://christianthibaudeau.com/products_en.html
It’s an e-book available at: http://christianthibaudeau.com/products_en.html[/quote]
That’s awesome, I didn’t realize CT had his own site. Thanks for the link!