I'm having a tough time figuring out my nutritional requirements based on my current activity level.
Here is my training regiment, I don't miss anything.
Chest/shoulder/tri's weight lifting session - 45minutes
Intense circuit training - 1hour
follow by boxing drills - 1hour
= 2.45 Hours total
2 or 4Mile run based on energy levels - Not sure on time, it's not hard running, it's just jogging (don't know how else to describe it)
Boxing drills - 1.5hour
Sparring - 20-30min
Total= 2hours - 15-30min running?
Squats and calf work weight lifting - 45min
Boxing drills - 2hours
2 or 4 Mile run
Circuit training 30min
Boxing drills 1h
total: 1.5-2h boxing - 2-4 Mile run
Back weight training: 45min
45min fast paced walk
Total: 45min - 45min low intensity
2-4 Mile run
1hour swimming med intensity
So I guess my weekly total of exercise is:
High intensity: 2.45 - 2 - 2.45 - 2 - 0.45 = 9.35h
Med intensity: 30min - 30min - 30min - 60min = 2.5h
low intensity: 45min = 0.45h
Reason why I ask this is because, even though I do all this activity, the only way i've ever felt good was eating tons of food and everything i wanted (kfc, mcdonalds, restaurants, etc); however, I've started over time to putting on more and more bodyfat and it's becoming an issue.
Any tricks or tips to get lots of good calories in, and please no carbohydrate restricting diets, I need the energy.
I'm also not sure how many calories I should be pulling in