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How is My Supplement/Diet?

6’2
245 lb
Been at a stand still…
NCAA d1 athlete

Supplements

Creatine Mono
ZMA
NO-XPlode
Cellmass

Diet
Breakfast
2eggs
2 center cut bacon
2 wheat bread
or
oatmeal w/ toast and peanut butter

Lunch
Tuna w, crackers and cheese
or
Ham Sandwich, lettuce, cheese, wheat bread

Dinner
Chicken, or another meat, w 2 vegetables, skim milk.

snacks during the day
nuts, yogurt, cottage cheese, jerky

I guess here are my questions.
We are given low fat chocolate milk after workouts. It totals around 32g of protein, with a good balance of sugars and carbs.

  1. do i need to supplement more protein in my diet? i am not trying put weight on
    i am about to open my outdoor season and need to stay quick for the throwing events.

  2. does anyone feel there is a big difference with creatine mono and CES?

Just tryin to get soem feedback. thanks!

another thing to add, is

how is Surge recovery? better than ZMA
what about Superfood?

for one, check out the lawsuit against cell-mass for completely lying about their ingreditents.

Surge>chocolate milk for recovery

zma and Surge 2 different things, zma is more for recovery/sleep aid, and naturally increasing T levels

think of Superfood as something 100x better than a multi-vitamin.
seeing as there is little to no fruit/veggies, start eating them and maybe supplement with Superfood, but don’t rely on Superfood solely
as for supplementing protein, you said you’re not trying to gain, are you trying to lose weight?

also, ditch the NO explode
here’s the cell mass thing
www.supplementpolice.com/9898.pdf

im not to worried about body weight its more body composition. i forgot to add animalpak in there as a multi. how does Superfood match up against animal pak?

i heard about the BSN lawsuit but thought the product was still fine to use b/c it had creatine mono. is it worth just trashing?

i’m not going to say throw it away, but i’d be sure not to ever buy from that company again.

i’d ditch animal pak in a heart beat for Superfood.

alright, i really appreciate it.

The last thing you need to worry about is your supplement regiment. You eat like a 12 year old girl.

You are 6’2" 245, and you eat about half of the calories I do on a regular day, and I’m 5’11" 205. You HAVE to eat more, and more frequently (especially since you’re an athlete).

Doesn’t your strength & conditioning coach bust your ass about eating?

I made some changes. Eat up!

[quote]hardhead57 wrote:
6’2
245 lb
Been at a stand still… No shit!
NCAA d1 athlete

Supplements

Creatine Mono
ZMA
Fish Oil

Diet
Breakfast
4eggs
2 center cut bacon
2 wheat bread
Piece of fruit
Handful of cashews or other nuts
or
oatmeal with protein and frozen berries w/ toast and peanut butter
Glass of whole milk

Lunch
Tuna, cheese on huge bed of spinach, lots of olive oil
Handful of walnuts/almonds
Fruit
or
2 Ham Sandwiches, lettuce, cheese, wheat bread
Fruit

Snack
Protein shake with olive oil, berries, natural PB

Dinner
Chicken, or another meat, w 2 vegetables, milk

Snack
Cottage cheese or plain yogurt with protein, natty PB

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[quote]swordthrower wrote:
The last thing you need to worry about is your supplement regiment. You eat like a 12 year old girl.

You are 6’2" 245, and you eat about half of the calories I do on a regular day, and I’m 5’11" 205. You HAVE to eat more, and more frequently (especially since you’re an athlete).

Doesn’t your strength & conditioning coach bust your ass about eating?

I made some changes. Eat up!

hardhead57 wrote:
6’2
245 lb
Been at a stand still… No shit!
NCAA d1 athlete

Supplements

Creatine Mono
ZMA
Fish Oil

Diet
Breakfast
4eggs
2 center cut bacon
2 wheat bread
Piece of fruit
Handful of cashews or other nuts
or
oatmeal with protein and frozen berries w/ toast and peanut butter
Glass of whole milk

Lunch
Tuna, cheese on huge bed of spinach, lots of olive oil
Handful of walnuts/almonds
Fruit
or
2 Ham Sandwiches, lettuce, cheese, wheat bread
Fruit

Snack
Protein shake with olive oil, berries, natural PB

Dinner
Chicken, or another meat, w 2 vegetables, milk

Snack
Cottage cheese or plain yogurt with protein, natty PB

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you make a good point, but you can’t just base calories on someone’s size. apparently, he’s eating enough to maintain, so if anything I would improve on his quality of calories first (more fruits/veggies, etc) before worrying about eating more.