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Old 07-01-2010, 11:21 AM   #10 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by luger0 View Post
Hey mate,

If anything you should invest in a decent blender.

You say you live at home right and most of the meals you have you have to cook yourself.

Well, if you do up protein shakes you can get a meal in 48-ounces of drink that equals what you average now in a traditional meal.
Yeah, I tend to use a blender-like thingy(Magic Bullet)to make protein shakes. I try to bump them to around 150g of protein for safety's sake. Since now I'm training for this tournament I need to be as close to 100% every day of training. I suspect I'll burnout and need a moment to recooperate mentally(by moment I mean a couple days!)pretty soon.

As for food. That's a good ideas, but I think I'm just too much of a former fat kid and enjoy the subtle tastes of properly cooked food! I can rip apart a strawberry smoothie when the mood strikes me though!
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