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godandfootball
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31/08/2018 4:12 pm  

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Ok Well my football season was cut short because of a torn ligamnet in my knee. I eat a sh*tload and im not going to be active so I'm going to start cutting down. I'll try to lift with my upperbody in my free time.
Now i'm contemplating whether I should go on a diet like how luke lowrey structures just alot of fruits, veggies, and meats. Or if I should go on a high protein low gi carb diet. Eat alot of chicken, turkey, protein shakes, soy milk, and have low gi carbs like wheat bread, total ceral, bannas, veggies. Which one do you think will produce better results?
Also i'm not sure how many times i'm going to be able to lift with my upperbody becuz other commitments. Hopefully twice a week. I was wondering I have some creatine with dextrose in it and was wondering if I should take that post workout on days I lift or is it more of an everyday thing because I dont want to take it everyday because of the sugar.
I will also be taking a vitamin/mineral supp along with additional calcium/d/magnesium supp, a zinc supplement, a chronium picolinae supp, and a b complex supp. Also I will be taking msm, glucosmine chrondite, and fishoils.
Opinions, tips, and words of advice and encourgament would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.


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slipshady
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31/08/2018 4:52 pm  

dextrose post workout only. as for your diet i personally would stick to a basic diet consisting of low gi carbs, lean proteins and moderate fat intake. eat every 3 hours or 2 and a half i prefer three. keep your meals b/t 300-400 cals if possible.


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D-Termined
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31/08/2018 5:45 pm  
Posted by: slipshady
dextrose post workout only. as for your diet i personally would stick to a basic diet consisting of low gi carbs, lean proteins and moderate fat intake. eat every 3 hours or 2 and a half i prefer three. keep your meals b/t 300-400 cals if possible.

Agreed on the diet.

Your supps look great, maybe get an omega complex/EFA complex rather than just the fish oil, the omega 6 will help the healing process.

If you can muster 2 days a week on your upper body you will be fine. I would stick to doing one muscle group a week, many peoples opinions vary, however, I like... a chest, tri, and delt day, then maybe a back and bi day, abs both days if able. If your looking to cut, keep your reps high and intense, dont take much time between sets. If you keep your diet on track, you should keep all your muscle and get hard and vascular.

Good Luck


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