KaliBaby wrote:hun, you're eating more than what you've been posting right?? lifters need their fuel!
JP wrote:helping in what way, to eat more or less or better?
but yeah, i was always hoping you only log half or a quarter of what you eat because it looks like it... you must be in starvation, not athlete, mode with so little food?
Also your protein intake is not adequate for strength training.
sorry to be blunt!
Thats the thing that gets me, I'm loving training and seeing good improvements...If you are eating well, enjoying training and improving you will see the results you want. If you aren't fuelling yourself your training will suffer, exercise will be tough and you'll struggle to progress.
JP wrote:that looks like a better food intake - if that was what you ate before noon
in total maybe less than 20g of protein, or was that pudding MASSIVE? You would need to have 1.7g/kg or above ideally according to mainstream sports nutritionist recommendations.
dont get fooled with feeling good or strong - thats thanks to evolution, in times of malnutrition and low calorie intake body will try to remain ready and active so it can actually get food.
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