WC: Gonna be ripped come Vibes 2011
Posted 18 October 2010 - 06:42 PM
9:30 AM: 400g non-fat yogurt, .25 cup 2%milk, 1 scoop protein powder, 8 frozen strawberries (blended)
12:00 PM: 200g (prior to cooking) lean meat (leanish, anyway…chicken, fish or 93% lean ground beef), Large garden salad (lettuce, spinach, carrots, cucumber), salad dressing (unhealthy store brand Italian), piece of fruit
3:30 PM: 200g (prior to cooking) lean meat (leanish, anyway…chicken, fish or 93% lean ground beef), Large garden salad (lettuce, spinach, carrots, cucumber), salad dressing (unhealthy store brand Italian)
6:30 PM: Supper consisting of some sort of meat, usually lean. Some steamed vegetables, and a large garden salad. Same as above but with a little bit of olive oil and either Red Wine or Balsamic vinegar, handful of roasted cashews
8:30 PM: 200g (prior to cooking) lean meat (leanish, anyway…chicken, fish or 93% lean ground beef), Large garden salad (lettuce, spinach, carrots, cucumber), with a little bit of olive oil and either Red Wine or Balsamic vinegar, handful of roasted cashews
9:30 PM: 250 ml egg white omelet with 3 slices of American cheese, piece of fruit,
Posted 18 October 2010 - 06:52 PM
You might be lacking in a good exercise at bed time.
Ser. though, I was told not to eat 3 hours before bed. It's better to wake up hungry and go right for the protein shake....not juice.
bedtime exercises require proper energy
food = energy
that not eating x hours before bed is bs in my opinion, but whatever works for you
i seriously need to watch it though...the pounds are beginning to creep up already & it's not even november yet
Posted 18 October 2010 - 06:54 PM
I dunno, it makes a lot of sense to me. Metabolism slows down while sleeping. the body begins its storage process. It's best to have little in the belly when entering sleep...(everyone is defferent of course..)
Posted 19 October 2010 - 01:44 PM
Durian. A fruit that could kill you if thrown with enough force, and smells deadly too.
This tropical fruit is widely eaten and loved in Southeast Asia, apparently for both its taste (which has been described as having elements of mango and creamy custard with notes of onion or garlic) and its nutritional value. It's a fascinating fruit—grown on trees throughout the region, a ripe durian is about the size and shape of a rounded football and is covered in thick, sturdy half-inch-long thorns, making it look like a very distressed blowfish. Indeed, it's recommended that those who harvest the fruit wear a hardhat, and there are often signs posted at the base of the trees warning people not to linger under them too long for fear of being bonked on the head—a bloody and potentially fatal occurrence.
It takes a really sturdy, large knife to crack these things open, and it's best to do this outdoors, on a solid, steady surface. Opening a durian outdoors is also recommended because it'll stink up your place pretty quickly, with the odor (imagine rotten, mushy onions mixed with sweaty old gym socks and a dash of vomit) lasting for a good, long while. The flesh, which is a pale yellow with a creamy or custardy texture, surrounds five or six large seeds—the layout of flesh and seeds is much like that of an avocado. It's a bit of a challenge to find durian in the U.S.—some Asian markets will carry them, usually in the freezer section, but because of their extreme smell, shipping from overseas is not a common occurrence. It's also important to understand that even in the countries where durian is a beloved and popular treat, many office buildings, hospitals, and mass transit systems actually forbid the fruit to be carried, let alone opened and eaten on the premises! However, if you do come across some and you really want to buy one, it'll cost you anywhere from $5 up to $25—depending on availability and quality.
So how does this superfruit add up? A single 243-gram (1 cup) serving contains 357 calories, with 108 of those calories coming from unsaturated fat. You will however, receive 80 percent of your RDA of vitamin C and 37 percent of your RDA of dietary fiber, along with substantial RDAs of thiamin (61%), riboflavin (29%), vitamin B6 (38%), folate (22%), potassium (30%), manganese (39%), copper (25%), and magnesium (18%).
Bottom Line: For those in areas or economic situations that make a nutritionally sufficient diet a hard thing to come by, or for anyone living in Southeast Asia, durian could definitely be of value. But for the sheer desire to add something healthy and smart to balance out a diet, my vote is definitely a big thumbs-down. Lack of availability, difficulty of preparation, and high fat and caloric content all make this fruit not so super
Posted 19 October 2010 - 02:25 PM
13 miles on city streets?
That's a good amount of up and down the island......
no streets, way too much stop & go
i ride from my place to central park & then do 2 laps of the large loop (i'm pretty sure that loop is about 6 miles). it works out to about 13 miles or 1 hour door to door.
for longer rides i would go up & down the west side greenway...over the bk bridge & up past the gwb, that was fun
i run up & down the streets...the scenery is a lot more interesting than the park (i get bored easily )
Posted 19 October 2010 - 03:01 PM
npa = never post again.
Sounds like tasb is gonna siihb.
Bruh, you'll get you #1s at the end of 90 days as indicated earlier in this thread. I really dont know why wanna check out dudes anyway, but that's your business.
Let's not get this one moved to L&S, bruh. siijnjn'sb is something you would fancy, breh. I have never even seen #1s of jnjn....so simmer down, ya filthy wook.
Posted 19 October 2010 - 04:25 PM
Posted 19 October 2010 - 04:32 PM
I think I need to buy new work clothes. My shirts are a bit big. Does this even make sense? I should be ripping through them by now but I am not. I think I am gonna get some of those fancy cut shirts. All my shirts bag up where I have to tuck them in. Very uncomfortable.
try a few different brands before you consider changing sizes...some brands are cut more narrow than others (which i think looks best on slimmer guys. baggy shirts just look like a sloppy mess imo)
fyi, tight pants belong on chiks, not dudes