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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 02-04-2009, 11:27 PM Thread Starter
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Meal Plans?

Hey everyone,

new here and first off I'd like to know if anyone knows of good meals plans. I am about to start a strength building program and would like to know what would be the best to eat during it. I am going to go for 2 months and see how it turns out in April.

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Age: 16
Weight: 130
Height: 5'11
I still go to school so most of my workouts will be between 4-8, and I am not to fond of fish or eggs.


any help appreciated.


Thanks,


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Chocolate and fried chicken...can't lose with that!



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i like to supersize the #8 at mcdonalds
and eat alot of icecream and donuts

u get in really good shape

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Breakfast- wheat toast w/ peanut butter or marmalade

Lunch- whole wheat Sandwich with one slice of lean turkey/ham/beef (1tbsp mustard or mayo or w.e) . Or whole wheat pasta with tuna

Dinner- any lean meat and veg

Its pretty boring but you cant really go wrong with that. Just get as much protein you can from lean meat to build muscle. Sorry i dont have more exciting meal plans.
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Posting this in the Training and Nutrition section may get you some more..... helpful responses
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Breakfast- wheat toast w/ peanut butter or marmalade

Lunch- whole wheat Sandwich with one slice of lean turkey/ham/beef (1tbsp mustard or mayo or w.e) . Or whole wheat pasta with tuna

Dinner- any lean meat and veg

Its pretty boring but you cant really go wrong with that. Just get as much protein you can from lean meat to build muscle. Sorry i dont have more exciting meal plans.


He's a 130lbs 16 year old, not a fat 40 year old woman. What I had to eat today.

Breakfast:Sandwich with two slices of pork and onion and three slices of thick cut pork.

Snack:Two slices of toast with Jam

Lunch:Two cajun chicken breasts with pasta and veg.

Snack:Peanut butter sandwich

Snack: Dennys breast in a bun with a large milkshake

Dinner:Chicken Breast with potatoes and veg.

I also ate an apple, a pear, a large quantity of milk and some porridge. And about 4 cups of tea.

Right now I am eating two choclate scone things my sister made which are awesome. Later I will eat a can of tuna and some more peanut butter before I go to bed.

^Thats a days worth of food.
I could eat what you just prescribed in one sitting.
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He's a 130lbs 16 year old, not a fat 40 year old woman. What I had to eat today.

Breakfast:Sandwich with two slices of pork and onion and three slices of thick cut pork.

Snack:Two slices of toast with Jam

Lunch:Two cajun chicken breasts with pasta and veg.

Snack:Peanut butter sandwich

Snack: Dennys breast in a bun with a large milkshake

Dinner:Chicken Breast with potatoes and veg.

I also ate an apple, a pear, a large quantity of milk and some porridge. And about 4 cups of tea.

Right now I am eating two choclate scone things my sister made which are awesome. Later I will eat a can of tuna and some more peanut butter before I go to bed.

^Thats a days worth of food.
I could eat what you just prescribed in one sitting.
Good God, if you're not bulimic (and by that, I mean super pretty), you better look like Miss Piggy. By the way, you had me at fat 40 year old woman.



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Hah, nah I just have crazy metabolism. Plus I have been getting my .5km runs in pretty consistently recently

Also why do you think I am a girl????
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