[quote]Chris Colucci wrote:
Does that mean you the weekends are cheat days and you consume more servings/more food overall? Or you're more relaxed and get less fruit? [quote]
Weekends are cheat days. At least Saturday is=beer, pizza, pancakes, beer, whatever else sounds good, and beer. Sunday is a lot more controlled as far as intake goes.
[quote]Without knowing any other details of your diet or general training (which would help us give more accurate advice), my first instinct is to drop both fruits in the evening. Night time + sugar-based calories is not the road to 6PackAbsVille.[quote]
6-6:30am is breakfast=1 serving of cherries, 1 serving of blueberries, 1 serving of strawberries, and 1 banana mixed in a blender with 20 oz water, 1 cup of milk, 1 cup of plain and unsweetened yogurt, and 2 scoops of whey protein.
Lunch is at 12 and is typically 1 cucumber, 1 bell pepper, 15-20 green olives, 2 ounces of pumpkin seeds, 2 ounces of almonds, 1 orange, 1 plum, and 12ish ounces of beef, chicken or 2 tins of tuna.
1:15 is when I lift weights 3 days a week. I'm currently doing Wendler's 5/3/1 program. In the past I've pretty much stuck with WS4SB.
At 2:30 I have a cup of cottage cheese along with celery.
Then around 6:30ish I'll have supper. It differs but always involves a salad. We don't have fried foods cept on Saturdays. This is when the papaya and pineapple is eaten.
Monday and Weds evenings I play soccer. On Tues and Saturday, I have throwing practice for the Highland games.
Before bed, I'll have either a couple scoops of protein or a cup of cottage cheese.
[quote]By the way, how the hell've you been? :)[quote]
I've been good but reallllly busy. I start in June working on my masters degree.