Well, here's how the meal plan has essentially been going.
1/2 tsp of bulk cissus
1 scoop wpi with water
1 cup of oatmeal with ground cinnamon
10-12 oz of lactaid 1 % milk, 1 scoop cherry wpi, 1 tbsp of extra virgin olive oil
1 chicken breast, 1 cup of oatmeal, 1 tbsp of extra virgin olive oil, lactaid milk, multi, ginger root, vigor, fish oil
Same as above except no supplements added
1-1.5 hours before workout
1 scoop wpi, xfactor gatorade or 1 % lactaid milk, 1 cup of oats
pre/during workout: 1 scoop man clout, 3 scoops xtend, 12-14 oz of xfactor gatorade, 1 scoop cherry wpi, 6 grams of citrulline malate
1 tsp of bulk cissus
about 14 oz of xfactor gatorade, 1-1.5 scoops of wpi, 1/2 cup of oats, vigor.
Dinner type meal: varies, could be chicken again, or steak, or even pasta. One thing for certain, I have complex carbs, protein, and a shot of extra virgin olive oil at this meal. Multi, fish oil, ginger root
1/2 tsp of Bulk Cissus
Xtreme formulations ultra peptide chocolate, 2 tbsp of natural peanut butter, 8-10 oz of lactaid milk. Fish oil
Extras: I'll add bananas occasionally to my shake in the morning. If I'm sick of oatmeal, I'll have like 2-3 pieces of whole wheat toast/1/2 cup of oatmeal at earlier meals. I use Smart Balance spread on my toast, and sprinkle it with ground cinnamon. Or I'll just have primarily toast for the complex carbs at the meal.
I have a 1-2 green smoothies a day: I take them in between meals. They consist of tropicana orange juice, spinach, and water. I have atleast 1 serving of spinach a day!
Also, plenty of water! but not during meals. About 20-30 minutes afterwards. I even add lemon juice to my water. Not all the time, but atleast 2-3 times a day.
Well, that pretty much covers what I eat on a daily basis.
Following the 1 serving of Man Clout, 5-6 hours later, I take another serving during a meal. I take 2 servings daily.
I'll update each sunday what I weigh.
Also: if I don't have time to cook, then I'll just have a shake consisting of 1 scoop of cherry wpi, 1/2 cup of oats, 1 tbsp of extra virgin olive oil, and lactaid milk.
I'm still learning about nutrition, and will continue to vary things up as I move further along in the offseason. It's all about diet/nutrition! Something I'm trying to teach myself, and hopefully the knowledge I attain over the coming months will provide me with an edge later on!
On off days, I eat primarily whole foods, and that's it. I still have 2-3 scoops of protein though. But 5 of my meals are whole food meals!