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  • February 14, 2009 at 12:35 pm #1140

    Hi, im quiet strict in what i eat and the plan i follow but was wondering what is the consequence of say eating a bad meal at a restaurant and having some desert or having a few beers with a mate etc. is this a major setback?

    February 14, 2009 at 12:43 pm #7762

    If you are competing and trying to get to a very low body fat % in a set amount of time, then yes it is a major set back.

    If not, eat away!! πŸ˜€

    February 14, 2009 at 10:59 pm #7763

    im definately not competing , im very much a begginer but would like to see results happen, its just sometimes the old ways try and call you back and i was wondering if it means you lose a week of that hard earned body fat loss or something

    February 15, 2009 at 12:26 am #7764

    You lose a week if you eat a weeks extra food in that meal. If you try to go all out straight away and do not give your self a break every now and again you have more chance of failing, unless you are some super willpowered person. Keep your good eating to at least 90% of your meals and you will come out just as good but also feeling like you are not missing out as much.

    February 15, 2009 at 12:38 am #7765

    Are you talking about cutting? or bulking?

    If your cutting, do some more cardio the next day for punishment, If your bulking, slam more beers and steaks down. Ice cream is nice to bwhaha

    If its only once in a while who cares. Live a little.

    Ps: I don’t touch alcohol at all, its nasty shit.

    February 15, 2009 at 2:06 am #7766

    I Guess im cutting at the moment with bulking to come afterwards. i like the idea of not going to strict as it would leave you feeling deprived. so anyways if im bulking and you say eat ice cream n stuff isnt that adding to the waistline again? wont i end up muscly but fat?

    also unbuff you say alcohol is nasty , i know its like drinking straight calories and it makes you feel terrible but what is the other downfalls of having a beer occasionally?
    previously i had a few beers nearly every night through habit and i cant say it had any real benifits, other than being sociable.

    keep it coming fellas , thanks for the great advice so far……….Wayne

    February 15, 2009 at 4:09 am #7767

    If your cutting and not competing, I think its fair to have only ONE cheat meal a week. Don’t have alcohol what so ever its absolute crap for any athlete, or anyone for that matter. Just Wikipedia alcohol, it should be enough to turn you off completely, if not, poison, cancer, lowered testosterone, liver toxicity, lowered immunity will, among many others

    February 15, 2009 at 7:18 am #7768

    Wayne, Your first problem is that you are on the wrong bike mate. You need a Gixxer. πŸ˜‰ I had an old one years ago.

    Seriously now, as a beginner, I think it’s a good idea to have a fairly clean diet but not a cutting diet. What I mean is good food 3 or 4 times a day and limit rubbish (like ice cream) to smaller serves and not often.

    What this will do is ensure that you are getting enough good calories to keep your body firing and building muscle. A couple of kilos of extra muscle will burn more calories that all the dieting and exercise ever will.

    As for breaking a diet, it has never done as much damage as you think it has. You just have to get back on track straight away and not let a couple of beers turn into a whole weekend of eating crap.

    February 15, 2009 at 10:03 am #7769

    @Bull”]Wayne, Your first problem is that you are on the wrong bike mate. You need a Gixxer. <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_wink.gif" alt= wrote:

    oh no , dont start me please πŸ˜† i may not have the most muscle on this forum , in fact i probably have the least . but i can be confident i ride a bike with muscle . the most monsterous engine out of any 1000cc sports bike to date.

    cough cough . sorry bout that lol. anyway thanks for the heads up . i like the advice im getting and am thinking a tiny splurge every now and then is not much to worry about. cheers

    February 15, 2009 at 10:32 pm #7770

    zedxten.

    1st. Buy a Ducati

    2nd. Thats a beautyfull part of the country you’re from.

    3rd. Don’t listnen to any of these effeminate hypochondriac’s badmouthing beer. If their brand of hysteria is to be believed, looking at the text on your computer monitor will give you cancer of the pupil unless you view it through a welders mask. If beer effected athletic performance that dramatically there woudn’t be a a player on the field in the NRL or AFL that could run from one end of the paddock to the other. Just stick to Euro / German beers, all natural you know, or do what I do and brew your own.

    Don’t beat yourself up cause you have the occaisional night out on the tiles, thats called having a life – As Reg Park once said ” Bodybuilding should be a healthy addition to well rounded lyfestyle, not some all out enthustiac quirk” – or words to that effect.

    As a loose rule I only realy drink on weekends and still manage to run a small business, do two sessions of ka-ra-tae and weightlift three nights a week and Ive never been stronger or fitter in my life.

    Moderation – thats the key mate.

    In case you were wondering, this is Reg park.

    http://www.regpark.net/

    p.s
    No offence to the non – drinkers here.

    p.p.s
    You bunch of tea totaling pillow biters you….

    February 15, 2009 at 11:16 pm #7771

    @Dave996 wrote:

    zedxten.

    1st. Buy a Ducati

    do u mean like my 1098s ducati with all the extras on it ????????
    actually i just sold it , have got plenty of pics if you wanted a peek. i tricked the hell up outta that bike.

    by the way , that was some great advice there dave . thanks a lot mate.

    its funny how ive left my bike forums now that my mind is on health and fitness. ( but its following me )

    February 16, 2009 at 1:17 am #7772

    Ducati + extras… that woulda set you back some $$ when did it go?and why??? Bloody nice bike – how’s the reliabilty? hopefully not the same as the other duc’s

    Mate I had the you problem u think u have. When I started surfing the net about my lifting and thought.. fark have i been doing it all wrong – i thought it had to be to a mega strict regime.. but it doesnt really unless u compete. I used to love a smoke and drink with friends and i still do just occasionally just with no durries and thats hard sometimes when all my mates pump them.
    Just have a couple of good beers now and again and drive…to prevent ending up on Daves tiles. With a good diet and gym plan i find the couple of beers on the weekend dont effect u really.

    February 16, 2009 at 1:47 am #7773

    hahahaha

    February 16, 2009 at 3:10 am #7774

    @JoeBlo wrote:

    Ducati + extras… that woulda set you back some $$ when did it go?and why??? Bloody nice bike – how’s the reliabilty? hopefully not the same as the other duc’s

    Mate I had the you problem u think u have. When I started surfing the net about my lifting and thought.. fark have i been doing it all wrong – i thought it had to be to a mega strict regime.. but it doesnt really unless u compete. I used to love a smoke and drink with friends and i still do just occasionally just with no durries and thats hard sometimes when all my mates pump them.
    Just have a couple of good beers now and again and drive…to prevent ending up on Daves tiles. With a good diet and gym plan i find the couple of beers on the weekend dont effect u really.

    1098s is $33500 standard plus $15,000 in extras. they are a good bike, go well , still have ducati type problems though. too scared to go ten tenths on the track due to expense of it. i sold it because i was not working for a while, ( still not doing much lol ) i find my zx10r does everything better anyways except doesnt have the ducati rumble and unique factor.

    now back to subject hehe , im learning i can still enjoy some of the good things in life while still getting great benifit from training too. thats good. of course there are mixed opinions but i guess if you say to yourself this is how im going to be for ever , nothing but seeds , tuna , powder and vegetables your setting a pretty plain old future up lol.

    February 16, 2009 at 2:15 pm #7775

    bodytek is a durrie muncher from way back… πŸ˜›

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