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Posted: 7/12/2012 9:41:13 AM
I am 89 kgs currently.I follow this diet the last 4 days while i was 91.1kgs.The last 5 months i have been between 80-92 kgs 2 times.ALways i followed a diet but eventually the junk food beat me.My height is 1.82m.I found i can sustain this ''diet'' thats why i follow it

-Morning: A cup of coffee with a spoon of sugar (cant go without coffee)

-Around 4 hours later i drink a fresh orange juice with apple inside, I found that gave me energy to continue the day and fruits are good

-Around 4 hours later i eat my main food which is beef or pork or something green like beans or maybe lentils with half cucumber without salt but with a spoon of oil and some vinegar

-Two hours before go to bed i eat lettuce with a delicious sauce

Additional i drink a lot of water.From when i began the diet i am go running in the park for cardio and i do some crunches and push ups but i want to enter a gym

My goal is to become ripped till the next Summer.My ideal goal will be like Bradd Pitt in Fight Club but i dont know if this is doable?Is it?So i searched and i am thinking to start his training program which is

Monday - Chest
3 - bench press
3 - nautilus press 

3 - incline press 
3 - pec deck machine 

Tuesday - Back
3 - 25 pull ups
3 - seated rows 
3 - lat pull downs 
3 - t bar rows

Wednesday - Shoulders
3 - arnold press 
3 - laterals 
3 - front raises 

Thursday - Biceps & Triceps
3 - preacher curl machine 
3 - ez curls cable 
3 - hammer curls 
3 - push downs 

Friday
Treadmill 60 minutes 80-90% MHR

Saturday
Treadmill 60 minutes 80-90% MHR


In every day i have 500 crunches in sets of 20 and 10-20 mins walking in the treadmill or joking in very low speed

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Posted: 7/12/2012 12:46:18 PM
here are my thoughts.

it sounds like you're going the low calorie route which some people believe in but i don't.  eat as much as your body needs but eat good calories.

why aren't you eating breakfast.  i don't drink coffee so i can't really comment on that but just coffee and sugar sounds like a terrible breakfast.

and then the next thing you drink is juice.  that's 8 hours into the day and you haven't eaten any fat or protein.  you might lose weight in the short term but you can't sustain this nor does your body want to. 

your one meal is ok but i don't understand what you mean by something green like beans or lentils.  where are your vegetables.  half a cucumber and lettuce doesn't get it done.  those aren't the most nutrient rich vegetables.  and what's wrong with salt?  if you're doing that much exercise, your body needs salt. 

basically, i think your diet sucks unless you are preparing for a single event.  i'd start adding some protein, fat and vegetables for these meals if you want to sustain this for any time period.
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Posted: 7/12/2012 1:57:03 PM
Thank you that you give me some of your time

For fat- i forgot to add that i eat stake and beef and pork(already mention some)
Vegetables- i eat near a whole lettuce before bed
I dont like breakfasts to be honest.I am a coffee type :)
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Posted: 7/12/2012 3:32:42 PM
lettuce isn't the best.  i'd mix it up the vegetables.  it's just better for you.  if you don't like vegetables, cook them in real butter. 

i think you'll do much better with your workouts if you have a real breakfast- eggs, bacon, smoothie with real fruit, couple slices of turkey or other meat with cheese, maybe some almonds,
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Posted: 7/13/2012 7:52:44 AM
Horrible program. Where is Squat and Deadlifts? And where r the bigger compound exercises? Military, Dips etc?
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Posted: 7/13/2012 7:34:49 PM
1. Your diet is horrible and is the most important!!
2. Your routine needs more compound power moves.

Other then that its GREAT?
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Posted: 7/14/2012 2:44:19 AM
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Ease off on the push sets imo. Your routine looks pretty good but it's all upper body with no rest in between. Shoulder routine looks good as well but laterals and fronts you're simply training/isolating the same area again until breakdown. Chop it down and rotate. My humble opinion. Good luck.

Push pull you have a good mind set on the the routine.

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Posted: 7/14/2012 1:03:19 PM
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Posted: 7/24/2012 11:58:21 PM
Yeah dude your diet sucks.  With the goal of getting ripped you have to up your protein intake to compensate for less carbs to force your body just to burn fat and not that hard earned muscle.  I agree with Clubdirt breakfast is the most important meal if your trying to put on muscle.  I usually have a protein shake 4 eggs and a greek yogurt with a little fruit, nuts or granola over a couple hour span in the am.  That right there is about 100-120 grams of protein.  Turkey is good for lunch.  And Chicken or fish for dinner.  Vegetables too.  Lentils and Sweet Potatoes are great too if you crave starch like me.
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