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Unread 11-09-2016, 03:00 AM
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Default My planned Carb-Up this Friday

Got my first carb-up this Friday post-tension AM workout. Plan on consuming my carb load between post-workout Friday and a pre-workout meal on Saturday morning.

So this is what i'm planning on consuming in those 24 hours. My weight is ~70kg, and i've estimated my BF at 12%. I've used the 12g/kg calculation for my first carb-up. For more details please see my log (linked in sig).

Friday AM Post-Workout - Shake w/ 50p & 150c (from Dex/Malto)
Friday Mid Morning - Shake w/ 25p & 140c (80c from Dex/Malto and 60c from milled oats)
Friday Lunch Time - Shake w/ 25p & 140c (80c from Dex/Malto and 60c from milled oats)
Friday afternoon - 100g bowl of Special K w/ 250ml skim milk (100c)
Friday Evening - 100g bowl of Cocoa Bombs w/ 250ml skim milk (100c)

Saturday Morning - 8 GF weetbix w/ 250ml skim milk + 25g honey (120c)

In total that's 750g of carbs in a 24h period, between my post-tension workout and pre-strength workout.

Any thoughts or comments from more-experienced people would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Unread 11-09-2016, 08:30 AM
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I would recommend adding more food choices to it that you may enjoy like pretzels, bagels, white bread, rice, etc. Your carb up sounds right but is rather boring.

One of the nice aspects about the carb up is the psychological reprieve as well of getting to eat what you want.

Definitely try to stick to the guidelines but Id recommend having more fun and choice with yours.
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Unread 11-09-2016, 09:12 AM
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I would recommend adding more food choices to it that you may enjoy like pretzels, bagels, white bread, rice, etc. Your carb up sounds right but is rather boring.

One of the nice aspects about the carb up is the psychological reprieve as well of getting to eat what you want.

Definitely try to stick to the guidelines but Id recommend having more fun and choice with yours.
I would agree with this. The carb up should be enjoyed to some extent.
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Third person to say it: get some VARIETY. You might not feel the cravings yet, but this diet will get to you.
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Unread 11-09-2016, 01:04 PM
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Thanks for the replies guys, but I'm a glutard, and cannot consume wheat. That won't be enjoyable at all.

I'm limited to rice, oats, potatos aaannnddddd that's about it. A bowl of cereal is about as exciting as it gets here

I have gf bread, but am planning on consuming that over the weekend during the down/flexible days.
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Unread 11-10-2016, 10:22 AM
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I'm limited to rice, oats, potatos aaannnddddd that's about it.
I can't speak for others, but I could eat truck loads of mashed potatoes.
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Would that not contain too much fat? Still got to keep fats low.
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Would that not contain too much fat? Still got to keep fats low.
Hah, I was at a michelin starred restaurant. Our mash was 50% butter by weight. That was the exact ratio. Hard to keep it from breaking.
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Would that not contain too much fat? Still got to keep fats low.
I always just mixed mine with skim milk.
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Unread 11-11-2016, 07:14 PM
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That's a lot of dextrose/maltodextrin.

I would use it in the post workout shake and then, no pun intended, mix it up from there.

There's a lot you can do with potatoes and rice though. Mashed potatoes (with skim milk, as has already been mentioned), which can be jazzed up with garlic powder other spices...etc. and low-fat/non-fat cheese.

You can also make roasted potatoes with some vegetables and meat. Home fries...heck you can even make chips with them. You can make stir fry with rice, and I'm sure there's numerous recipes for other creative stuff on this web site.

I wonder if fat-free Pringles would work for you as well. Only ~500 calories per can if I recall correctly. People always claimed all that Olestra would cause anal leakage, but my anus never leaked.
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