my diet... HELP v.34789131

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  1. sexhaver420

    sexhaver420 Buying stuff I don't need, with money I don't have OT Supporter

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    I workout 3-4 times a week for an hour and a half. My workout consists of:

    Chest and tris
    Back and bis
    Shoulders and traps
    After my muscles are dead I do abs or legs, not a work out though, just enough to get them weak. I rotate every other time.

    Im 5'11. Before working out 4 weeks ago I weighed 205 pounds. Now I weigh 203 and I can notice significant muscle gain in my upperbody. I belive I'm on the right track.

    my goal is too lose weight, get big buff arms and chest, and get a six pac. I'm thinking If I'm losing weight and gaining muscle at the proper rate, by the time I've lost enough fat, my arms and chest will be buff enough, and my abs will be toned enough. I'm looking for bulkiness and size on by arms and chest but tone on my abs.

    My diet basically revolves around Jamba Juice, a family friend owns one that is on the way to both school and the gym, making it convienent. I usually start off my day with a glass of milk and have a ricecake for breakfast. Then for lunch I go to Jamba Juice. My friend gives me free smoothies, or fatty discounts. I usually end up getting something fruity(not sweet) with a protien boost and a pizza protien stick. It ends up to be around 800 calories. Then I go for Jamba Juice again for dinner and get both something with a protien boost and a protien stick. Then after I work out, I get home and eat a MetRX protien bar.

    On days that I don't work out I usually go out to eat lunch at jamba juice and my mom will make me something for dinner.

    Will this work out?
     
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    GilgaMesH Active Member

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    goddamn, every single gay ass fitness cliche rolled into one fag-tastic post.
     
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    Perkwunos Dog Bones OT Supporter

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    things that would help in fromulating answers:
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    Gutrat "GET DOWN..."

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    Where are all these fuckin' posts coming from? It's like they almost do it on purpose now?
     
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    NickStam Buy Low, Sell High

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    WTF does buff actually mean?
     
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    Perkwunos Dog Bones OT Supporter

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    Buff \Buff\, v. t. [OF. bufer to cuff, buffet. See Buffet a
    blow.]
    To strike. [Obs.] --B. Jonson.
    [1913 Webster]

    Buff \Buff\, n. [See Buffet.]
    A buffet; a blow; -- obsolete except in the phrase
    "Blindman's buff." See blindman's buff.
    [1913 Webster]

    Nathless so sore a buff to him it lent
    That made him reel. --Spenser.
    [1913 Webster]

    Buff \Buff\, a. [Of uncertain etymol.]
    Firm; sturdy.
    [1913 Webster]

    And for the good old cause stood buff,
    'Gainst many a bitter kick and cuff. --Hudibras.
    [1913 Webster]

    Buff \Buff\, a.
    1. Made of buff leather. --Goldsmith.
    [1913 Webster]

    2. Of the color of buff.
    [1913 Webster]

    Buff coat, a close, military outer garment, with short
    sleeves, and laced tightly over the chest, made of buffalo
    skin, or other thick and elastic material, worn by
    soldiers in the 17th century as a defensive covering.

    Buff jerkin, originally, a leather waistcoat; afterward,
    one of cloth of a buff color. [Obs.] --Nares.

    Buff stick (Mech.), a strip of wood covered with buff
    leather, used in polishing.
    [1913 Webster]

    Buff \Buff\, v. t.
    to polish with a soft cloth, especially one similar to a
    buff[5]. See Buff, n., 5.
    [1913 Webster +PJC]

    Buff \Buff\ (b[u^]f), n. [OE. buff, buffe, buff, buffalo, F.
    buffle buffalo. See Buffalo.]
    1. A sort of leather, prepared from the skin of the buffalo,
    dressed with oil, like chamois; also, the skins of oxen,
    elks, and other animals, dressed in like manner. "A suit
    of buff." --Shak.
    [1913 Webster]

    2. The color of buff; a light yellow, shading toward pink,
    gray, or brown.
    [1913 Webster]

    A visage rough,
    Deformed, unfeatured, and a skin of buff. --Dryden.
    [1913 Webster]

    3. A military coat, made of buff leather. --Shak.
    [1913 Webster]

    4. (Med.) The grayish viscid substance constituting the buffy
    coat. See Buffy coat, under Buffy, a.
    [1913 Webster]

    5. (Mech.) A wheel covered with buff leather, and used in
    polishing cutlery, spoons, etc.
    [1913 Webster]

    6. The bare skin; as, to strip to the buff. [Colloq.]
    [1913 Webster]

    To be in buff is equivalent to being naked.
    --Wright.
    [1913 Webster]

    colorful \colorful\ adj.
    1. having striking color. Opposite of colorless.

    Note: [Narrower terms: changeable, chatoyant, iridescent, shot
    ; deep, rich; flaming; fluorescent, glowing;
    prismatic; psychedelic; red, ruddy, flushed, empurpled
    ]

    Syn: colourful.
    [WordNet 1.5]

    2. striking in variety and interest. Opposite of colorless
    or dull. [Narrower terms: brave, fine, gay, glorious;
    flamboyant, resplendent, unrestrained; flashy, gaudy, jazzy, showy, snazzy, sporty
    ; picturesque]
    [WordNet 1.5]

    3. having color or a certain color; not black, white or grey;
    as, colored crepe paper. Opposite of colorless and
    monochrome.

    Note: [Narrower terms: tinted; touched, tinged; amber, brownish-yellow, yellow-brown
    ; amethyst; auburn, reddish-brown
    ; aureate, gilded, gilt, gold, golden;
    azure, cerulean, sky-blue, bright blue; bicolor, bicolour, bicolored, bicoloured, bichrome
    ; blue, bluish, light-blue, dark-blue
    ; blushful, blush-colored, rosy
    ; bottle-green; bronze, bronzy;
    brown, brownish, dark-brown; buff; canary, canary-yellow
    ; caramel, caramel brown; carnation;
    chartreuse; chestnut; dun; earth-colored, earthlike
    ; fuscous; green, greenish, light-green, dark-green
    ; jade, jade-green; khaki; lavender, lilac
    ; mauve; moss green, mosstone; motley, multicolor, culticolour, multicolored, multicoloured, painted, particolored, particoloured, piebald, pied, varicolored, varicoloured
    ; mousy, mouse-colored;
    ocher, ochre; olive-brown; olive-drab; olive;
    orange, orangish; peacock-blue; pink, pinkish;
    purple, violet, purplish; red, blood-red, carmine, cerise, cherry, cherry-red, crimson, ruby, ruby-red, scarlet
    ; red, reddish; rose, roseate; rose-red;
    rust, rusty, rust-colored; snuff, snuff-brown, snuff-color, snuff-colour, snuff-colored, snuff-coloured, mummy-brown, chukker-brown
    ; sorrel, brownish-orange
    ; stone, stone-gray; straw-color, straw-colored, straw-coloured
    ; tan; tangerine;
    tawny; ultramarine; umber; vermilion, vermillion, cinibar, Chinese-red
    ; yellow, yellowish;
    yellow-green; avocado; bay; beige; blae bluish-black or gray-blue)
    ; coral; creamy; cress green, cresson, watercress
    ; hazel; honey, honey-colored
    ; hued(postnominal); magenta;
    maroon; pea-green; russet; sage, sage-green;
    sea-green] [Also See: chromatic, colored, dark,
    light.]

    Syn: colored, coloured, in color(predicate).
    [WordNet 1.5]

    buff - WordNet (r) 2.0 (August 2003) :

    buff
    adj : of the color of buff leather
    n 1: an ardent follower and admirer [syn: fan, devotee,
    lover]
    2: a soft thick undyed leather from the skins of e.g. buffalo
    or oxen
    3: bare skin; "swimming in the buff"
    4: a medium to dark tan color [syn: yellowish brown, raw sienna
    , caramel, caramel brown]
    5: an implement consisting of soft material mounted on a block;
    used for polishing (as in manicuring) [syn: buffer]
    v 1: strike, beat repeatedly; "The wind buffeted him" [syn:
    buffet]
    2: polish and make shiny; "buff the wooden floors"; "buff my
    shoes" [syn: burnish, furbish, flush]

    buff - Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

    240 Moby Thesaurus words for "buff":
    Leatherette, Leatheroid, Maecenas, abettor, adherent, admirer,
    advocate, aficionado, amateur, angel, apologist, appendage,
    applauder, appreciator, attendant, attender, audience, aureate,
    auric, authority, backer, bareness, beige, birthday suit, booster,
    buff-yellow, bug, burnish, canary, canary-yellow,
    cavaliere servente, champion, citron, citron-yellow, claqueur,
    coat, collector, commender, connoisseur, courtier, crank, cream,
    creamy, critic, cuticle, dangler, decollete, defender, dependence,
    dependent, dermis, devotee, dilettante, disciple, dress, ecdysiast,
    ecru, encomiast, encourager, endorser, energumen, enthusiast,
    eulogist, eulogizer, expert, exponent, extoller, fallow, fan,
    fanatic, fanatico, fancier, favorer, fell, finish, flaxen, fleece,
    flesh, flunky, follower, following, freak, frequenter,
    friend at court, fur, furbish, furring, gilded, gilt, glance,
    glaze, gloss, gold, gold-colored, golden, groupie, gymnosophist,
    gymnosophy, habitue, hanger-on, haunter, henchman, hide,
    homme de cour, hound, idolater, idolizer, imitation fur,
    imitation leather, infatuate, integument, jacket, lauder, leather,
    leather paper, leathern, leathery, lemon, lemon-yellow, lover,
    lunatic fringe, luster, luteolous, lutescent, mainstay, maintainer,
    monomaniac, nakedness, naturism, naturist, not a stitch, nudism,
    nudist, nudity, nut, ocherish, ocherous, ochery, ochreous, ochroid,
    ochrous, ochry, or, outer layer, outer skin, panegyrist, paranymph,
    parasite, partisan, patron, pelt, peltry, plugger, polish, praiser,
    primrose, primrose-colored, primrose-yellow, promoter, protagonist,
    public, puffer, pundit, pursuer, pursuivant, rawhide, reliance,
    rind, rooter, rub, rub up, saffron, saffron-colored,
    saffron-yellow, sallow, sand, sand-colored, sandblast, sandpaper,
    sandy, satellite, savant, scholar, scour, second, seconder,
    sectary, shadow, sheath, shine, sider, skin, skins, sleek, slick,
    slick down, smooth, specialist, spectator, sponsor, stalwart,
    standby, state of nature, stooge, straw, straw-colored, stripper,
    stripteaser, successor, support, supporter, sustainer, sympathizer,
    tagtail, tail, technical expert, technician, tegument,
    the altogether, the nude, the raw, theatergoer, toplessness, tout,
    touter, trainbearer, upholder, vair, varnish, visitor, votary,
    ward heeler, wax, well-wisher, worshiper, xanthic, xanthous,
    yellow, yellowish, zealot
     
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    NickStam Buy Low, Sell High

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    Also wtf is a protein boost and a protein stick????????????????????
     
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    NickStam Buy Low, Sell High

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    none of those definitions sound like something you want your muscles to be
     
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    Perkwunos Dog Bones OT Supporter

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    way to go! Your diet is officially one of the worst I've ever seen posted on here :)
     
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