General Discussion: FUK summer 2015 Six pack challenge = Ineff Challenge - Can you repeat his success


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Noble Locks
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21 Mar 2006 11:22
the press reads obviously reads fuk avidly.

andymakesglasses
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21 Mar 2006 12:22
thepolïce wrote: anyhow, whan I can give you is easy guide lines.
Write what you guys eat throughout a normal day, and I'll check it out.

BREAKFAST
pint of water, pint of grapefruit juice, mixture of museli and oats with semi-skimmed milk and a banana

LUNCH
two pieces of wholemeal toast with Marmite

TEA
I'm a vegetarian and almost always cook from scratch - curry, chinese, various stir-fried vegetable concoctions, always with tofu or beans, usually with pitta bread, rice or noodles rather than pasta

I go running 2 or 3 times a week (about 4 miles each time), don't do any weights just now, and go mountain biking (30 miles) or walking in the hills (10 miles) pretty much once every weekend

I'm 6ft and 13.5 stone and have decent sized muscles already (NO HOMO) but wouldn't mind being a wee bit bigger and more toned

any advice more than welcome!

Cheers
Andy
Guido
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21 Mar 2006 12:36
andymakesglasses wrote:
thepolïce wrote: anyhow, whan I can give you is easy guide lines.
Write what you guys eat throughout a normal day, and I'll check it out.
LUNCH
two pieces of wholemeal toast with Marmite

fuk that! give me a bit of fat on my belly any day than have to face making do with that as a meal!

somebody pass me a Guinness as well!
andymakesglasses
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21 Mar 2006 12:42
Guido wrote: fuk that! give me a bit of fat on my belly any day than have to face making do with that as a meal!

somebody pass me a Guinness as well!

heh, the marmite is nothing to do with eating healthily, I just love it. and I neglected to mention the weekly portions of Guinness, oops

Cheers
Andy
nick
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21 Mar 2006 12:46
andymakesglasses wrote: BREAKFAST
pint of water, pint of grapefruit juice, mixture of museli and oats with semi-skimmed milk and a banana

LUNCH
two pieces of wholemeal toast with Marmite

TEA
I'm a vegetarian and almost always cook from scratch - curry, chinese, various stir-fried vegetable concoctions, always with tofu or beans, usually with pitta bread, rice or noodles rather than pasta

I honestly think I would end-up starving to death on that diet, where do you get your energy from ?
denisovich
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996 posts since 14/6/05

21 Mar 2006 12:49
me too.. i've already had that today and its not even 1. still can't put weight on though.
nick
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21 Mar 2006 12:51
They say your brain uses 70% of the calories you eat, that doesn't leave much to keep your body going if you're on a near starvation diet.
Guido
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21 Mar 2006 12:56
andymakesglasses wrote:
Guido wrote: fuk that! give me a bit of fat on my belly any day than have to face making do with that as a meal!

somebody pass me a Guinness as well!

heh, the marmite is nothing to do with eating healthily, I just love it. and I neglected to mention the weekly portions of Guinness, oops

Cheers
Andy

I meant more the two bits of bread…. but yeah that stuff is rank as well.
andymakesglasses
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20613 posts since 26/1/06

21 Mar 2006 12:58
nick wrote: They say your brain uses 70% of the calories you eat, that doesn't leave much to keep your body going if you're on a near starvation diet.

I'm definitely not on a near starvation diet, the portions are quite big - I wouldn't weigh what I did if I was starving myself! Fair enough I don't eat a huge amount at lunchtime, but I eat plenty for breakfast and tea, I'm definitely not wasting away!

I've always had plenty of energy, possibly partly because I have a pretty sedentary job - sitting drawing & working on the computer all day.

Cheers
Andy
SOS
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6483 posts since 12/10/04

21 Mar 2006 12:58
I had porridge with water today awell.
Was not pleasent and went in the bin.
Guido
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12884 posts since 20/4/05

21 Mar 2006 13:00
Well that's one way to cut the calories! Laughing out loud
andymakesglasses
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21 Mar 2006 13:00
SOS wrote: I had porridge with water today awell.
Was not pleasent and went in the bin.

did you microwave it or do it on the hob? I've never tried it in the miscrowave with water, but I can't imagine it tastes as good as when you do it on the hob!

surely making it with semi-skimmed milk is fine for what we're aiming for, it's not going to make that much difference is it?

Cheers
Andy
denisovich
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996 posts since 14/6/05

21 Mar 2006 13:24
use semi skimmed. water's rank - its not supposed to taste like gruel. you got any proper maple syrup? add that or some honey - pretty nice.

SOS if you start hitting the weights properly the excess will drop off and you'll then need to start eating more, not less - instead of watching what you eat, i'd eat plenty (apart from bad stuff) and just do plenty of weights.
SOS
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6483 posts since 12/10/04

21 Mar 2006 13:28
I am hittign the weights heavy aswell, still pumped from last night, and plan on working other emuslce with a it of cardio on top.

My current routine.

Sundays - Heavy Cardio + crunches
Mondays - Weights group 1+ crunches + sml cardio
Tuesdays - Weights groupo 2 + crunches + sml cardio
Wednesdays - Kung fu - So its cardio
Thursays - Weights group 1+ crunches + sml cardio
Friday - Weights group 2+ crunches + sml cardio
Sat Off.
denisovich
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996 posts since 14/6/05

21 Mar 2006 13:37
sounds good. one thing - abs need a rest too - you got two days of doing them back to back - x2 a week is enough
Essence
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3129 posts since 10/1/05

21 Mar 2006 17:48
make sure you do some lower back extensions or something also… as many times as your train abs.
thepolïce
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351 posts since 29/1/05

21 Mar 2006 18:06
andymakesglasses wrote: BREAKFAST
pint of water, pint of grapefruit juice, mixture of museli and oats with semi-skimmed milk and a banana

LUNCH
two pieces of wholemeal toast with Marmite

TEA
I'm a vegetarian and almost always cook from scratch - curry, chinese, various stir-fried vegetable concoctions, always with tofu or beans, usually with pitta bread, rice or noodles rather than pasta

I go running 2 or 3 times a week (about 4 miles each time), don't do any weights just now, and go mountain biking (30 miles) or walking in the hills (10 miles) pretty much once every weekend

I'm 6ft and 13.5 stone and have decent sized muscles already (NO HOMO) but wouldn't mind being a wee bit bigger and more toned

any advice more than welcome!

Cheers
Andy
for real maine??
this isnt very much food for a male.

the only way for getting cut, is to eat several meals a day. (of good food ofcourse)
that way you "trick" your body into release its fat(energy) reserves.
when you go long time without food, the body goes into this survival mode. the essense of that mode is that
the body will store _everything_ you put into your mouth as fat.

back to your meals.
it seems like you only eat carbs.
since you're a vegetarian, include more tofu,lentils,beans,nuts as high quality protein sources throughout a day.
but the essense is to eat atleast five meals.

you know, alot of vegeterians are getting malnourished?
so when you dont eat meat, you have to have a quality b-vitamin source such as brown rice.
when you dont eat fish, its IMPORTANT supplement with the essensial fattyacids Omega3.

EDIT:
for you guys wondering about my workoutplan on pm.
I'm a MMA freefighter, so my training involves alot of different exercises.
i rekkon most of you cats know how freefighters train!? (ufc reality show)
Essence
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3129 posts since 10/1/05

21 Mar 2006 18:23
Have some eggs for breakfast… maybe an omelette or something 2 yolks 4 whites and skimmed milk, cooked in olive oil.

Need portein in each meal Smiling

Make some protein bars great for snacks… and carry nice amount of carbs and plenty of protein, and are also good for a sweet tooth.
SOS
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6483 posts since 12/10/04

21 Mar 2006 19:00
Ok here is POLICE average day meal wise…
(From his mouth)

Breakfast One big bowl of wholegrained oatmeat / nuts
contains protein,fibre,vitamin,mineral but is considered as a carbsource

Meal 2 One box of tuna and one little bowl of brown rice
contains mainly protein from the tuna, and some complex carbs from the rice.

Meal 3
One box of makrel or salmon. // 3 eggwhites on two slices of bread
contains proteins and EPA.

Meal 4
chickenbreast + potatoe slices WITH skin baked in the oven without oil
protiens and carbs

Post workout meal

Refill the glycogen storage with complexe carbos within the first half hour.


Meal 5 Before bedtime
one box of tuna
stricktly proteins
mr.white
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17101 posts since 10/7/04

21 Mar 2006 19:03
He must STINK of fish Laughing out loud