Hey guys, I’ll try to keep this as easy to follow as I can, but I could use some real help. Thanks in advance!
So basically I was in a lifting lull, I’ve been working out consistently (haven’t missed a scheduled day in like 6 months) but I’ve been basically treating it as something I had to do. Needless to say my diet kind of went all caddy-wompus. (Not that it was anything to be proud of originally)
But recently I’ve noticed serious progress and my spirit is back in it again, and I want to grab it by the horns while I can. Obviously easier to build better eating habits and stick with them when I’m already interested.
First off, I don’t really care to be 8pack shredded. I just want to feel healthy, and get strong as hell, while maintaining a presentable body. I’ve been really tired lately, day in and day out, and starting to feel achy.
So my ultimate questions are:
What is an affordable and easy nutritional regimen to follow? Some brief details:
-I have a hard time with breakfast. I’m not hungry in the mornings at all, and I like my beauty sleep, the easier the better.
-I am terrible about eating colored fruits and vegetables, what are some of the best bang-for-my-buck greens to start with? (Nothing cooked preferably, generally like raw better)
-If you can make chicken taste good again, please enlighten me.
What supplements are really worth a damn?
-I can read articles on it all day, but I’d like some personal experience
-I get a vast amount of protein just from my diet (I’m a huge meat and potatoes kind of dude), is it worth it to get powder, or are my funds better distributed elsewhere?
-If possible, give me your 3 most important supplements/vitamins and I’ll start with that.
I drive a lot for work, so bringing my own food isn’t always ideal, about 3/5 days a week I’m more than an hour away from the shop. I typically stick with a double meat tuna and spinach footlong from subway, any alternative advice here? Or is this the best of a bad situation?
Let me know if you need anymore details, ie activity levels, lifting routine, etc. Didn’t want to make this post any longer than it is already.