Just wanted to update you guys on what I'm doing in terms of nutrition/supplementation.
I don't count calories or macros or anything like that. I do a carb cycling of sorts, where I eat high carbs on mondays and fridays (lifting workouts and speed workouts those days), medium carbs on tuesday-thursday (just one workout a day), and low on the weekends (no workouts). High days I try to eat carbs with every meal, medium days are more carby before/after the workout period, and low is low. Pretty simple stuff.
Supplement wise isn't too much. Mostly due to financial purposes. I take a generic multivitamin every morning, and will throw in fish oil capsules throughout the day. Post workout I'll have about 50g of whey isolate with 5g of creatine. Pre and during workout will be a power bar and gatorade, or something along those lines.
Food choices basically depends on what they have in the cafeteria that day. For example, I'll give you what I had today. (medium day)
9 AM Breakfast
Decent amount of scrambled eggs w/ salsa
Cup of mixed fruit (kiwi, cantaloupe, pineapple, etc)
Glass of milk
(breakfast was quick today because I had a presentation to prepare for. I'll throw in oatmeal occasionally as well)
1 PM Lunch
Grilled rosemary chicken sandwich w/ bacon
Cup of chili
Mixed veggies (broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, etc.)
25 oz water
Workout was at 4. Had 32 oz gatorade before and during. Had 50g of whey and 5g of creatine post. Also had a handful of blueberries before and a few blueberries after (they've been in my fridge awhile)
5:45 PM snack
I ate a generic brand fiber bar to fill me up a bit because we had a meeting at six and I didn't have time to grab some dinner
7:15 pm dinner
They had an all you can eat "Fat Tuesday" dinner. Uh oh. I kept it somewhat clean. I had two plates of bourbon chicken stir fry, two small chicken bowls (rice, black beans, chicken, salsa, cajun sour cream) and a cup of oreo pudding (oreos are my weakness). I then proceeded to shit my brains out. Lets just say it's a good thing my cafeteria isn't always an all you can eat.