[quote]Chris Shugart wrote:
That could work. You’ll just have to try it and see. Or, one HSM per day, one FINIBAR pre-training to fuel you through it. [/quote]
I’m not sure if it would be possible to get FINIBARs here without paying an arm and a leg for shipping.
What do you think about the following:
8:00 AM Breakfast: 100 grams of muesli (341 cal / 62 g carbs / 9 g protein) + 1 shake with two scoops and flax seed + recommended supplements
9:00 AM: Training
11:30 AM: Shake with 1 scoop Recovery
12:00 PM: Lunch HSM consisting of breast of chicken and steamed vegetables
3:00 PM: Shake with 1 scoop
6:00 PM: Shake with 2 scoops and flax seed
9:00 PM: Shake with 2 scoops + 1 scoop peanut butter
Looks solid except for the muesli - that’s got some wheat in it. Personally I’d stay away from it. When it comes to experimenting there’s only 1 way to really find out. Give it a shot and see what happens.[/quote]
Thanks to ye both.
Chris, Corstijeir, et al:
What would you go or think of as options instead of the muesli, knowing that FINIBARs and other brand name products are not really a possibility here?
As a former fat dude I can now see how something like wheat can put me back on a crave/binge but also feel like with high intensity workout like muay thai I may need some carbs for energy.
I would like to keep it as low carb as is reasonably possible (following the 100 carb a day article as a general guideline) and make most of my diet protein and vegetables and a bit of fruit. But I also need sustained explosive energy for muay thai and my understanding is that I would need to add some starchy carbs for best results. Thoughts?