[quote]Nominal Prospect wrote:
The calorie count per day was at least 6000 on a normal day,
I highly, highly doubt it. The armed forces aren’t known for turning people into hulking beasts, and that is what 6,000 a day would do to someone of your height. People toss around these high calorie counts but I’m pretty sure that 80% of them have never actually counted. 4-5,000 kcal a day is a shitload of food, nevermind 6,000. Go on to Fitday.com and you might be surprised at the real figures.
Go ahead and bulk but try not to get fat. You have good muscularity already and aren’t exactly in dire need of size. If I were you I’d get on gear. That way, you could add size and get leaner at the same time. Anavar is an ultra mild anabolic agent that would be perfect for your first run.[/quote]
We had a lecture on our diet requirements, and from what I remember, this was around 6000.
A typical breakfast would be cereal/oats, a full english (2 sausages, bacon, scrambled/fried eggs, 2 pieces of toast, black pudding, beans and those triangle potato things), some fruit, and chocolate bar, that doesn’t include drinks.
For lunch, it could be something like steak, chips, baked potato, and tons of veg. If your plate wasn’t stacked, the people serving the food would sort it out. Then you’d have the obligatory fruit and chocolate.
Evening meal would be the same, but this time with a desert which was basically full of sugar. Cakes, custard, fruit.
Then at 9pm, we’d have a last meal, which basically comprised of everything we’ve eaten throughout the day, plus extra cereal, and fruit.
Between evening meal and 9pm, we usually had burgers and fries and stuff like that from the burger places on camp.
Also, if you could fit it in, you went for seconds at every meal. We were told, if we didn’t maintain high calorie diets, our bodies would eat themselves. Missing meals was an offence, too.
I’ll try and get something from a proper source if you want to check it out. I’m not trying to prove you wrong, but I’m just trying to inform you from my side.
Also mate, what’s Anavar? Fancy telling me a bit more about it?