_zet wrote: Is it possible for someone to direct me to a bulking plan that I could use to reach my goals thanks all!
Imagine how good it would taste with some dark chocolate spread?
on Ice Cream?
baldy wrote:What weight lifters (should) eat is often talked about on the forum.
This comes out of the new book "Vegan for Life" by Jack Norris and Virginia Messina both registered dieticians. So way better than the diet bro science we normally use
Hopefully it will inspire people to buy the book, which is excellent.Breakfast
1.5 cups of tofu
3 slices of whole-wheat toast
1 tablespoon marg
2 tablespoons fruit preserve
1 cup orange juice
1/2 trail mix (dried fruit and nuts)
2 whole-wheat pita breads
1 cup hummus
Salad greens with vinaigrette dressing
1 cup fresh fruit
Whole-grain English muffin
2 tablespoons peanut butter
2 cups Quinoa
1 cup BBQ Seitan
2 cups steamed kale with 2 teaspoons olive oil
1 cup vanilla soya yoghurt
1/4 granola3500 calories (based on 18-19 calories per pound bodyweight)
126 grams of protein (based on 1.5 grams per kilogram bodyweight
I found it interesting and will defiantly use it as a template to change my diet a little.
baldy wrote:This is the base of my own personal bulking meal plan:
1st breakfast: Oats, banana, pea protein and soya milk smoothie
2nd breakfast: 4 weetbix soya milk
3rd breakfast: bagel with hummus and cup coffee
lunch: left over dinner
afternoon: protein shake
Pre training: redbull and 2 slice toast, 2 potato waffles and 1/2 can baked beans
Postworkout shake: 60g carbs 30 grams protein
Dinner: stir fry tofu with rice
vegan hal wrote:Baldy is the fuckin MASTER of bulking. i'm always in awe.
sergio wrote:Holy cow, that's serious business. How much longer you're able to keep this meal plan? Or you just stick to it until your goal is reached?
_zet wrote:it's interesting. Looking at both omnivore/vegetarian/vegan bulking diets, I see that most are based around 3,500-4,000 range. I simply see that as far too little to bulk on and this is someone who measures all food etc. People are often surprised at how much I'm eating. Also, had an arm wrestle with my old man today, he's 50 and I'm 24. I lost 4 times. He was surprised that whilst i've gotten bigger I'm still not stronger.
I often wonder if anything medically is wrong with me or it's just a genetics thing.
Mikhail Koklyaev wrote:Benedikt he is deadlift god , I'm only amateur
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