How have my fellow robots been improving themselves?
>Past 1.5 months, been hitting gym hard, 4 times a week, lifting heavy weights, constantly adding more weight.
>Eating up to six times a day and drinking a minimum of 3 liters of water
>Taking everything seriously
>People say they notice a difference, especially how big my arms/ chest are compared to before
>Feel fucking awesome when out in public
>Litrelly feel amazing since i started lifting, lifting also taught me how to cook.
>Only eating clean carbs
>No junk-food, no take away, no soda, no alcohol, no nothing.
I want to turn into a shredded robot. Anyway picture related is meal 4 and it's 3:40pm. I love my food plain without added stuff like sauce.
Nah, i prefer eating. I have all my meals planned out and i eat them at the end. Only think i blend is my whey and nothing more.
That's the only supp i actually take.
Boiled chicken breast, prefer it over grilled. Plus i boil about 7-8 pieces of breast at a time.
If you're eating 6 of those I'm not sure if you're going to get cut. It doesn't matter how clean your food is if you eat a shit ton of it. That plate would have me significantly more full than necessary and it looks like about a third of what I'll eat in a day that I work out on.
Just... count your calories man
>cup of oats, half a cup of egg-whites, 2 pieces of toast
>2 chicken breasts, cup of rice, can of tuna
>2 cans of sardines
>2 chicken breasts. cup of rice, 3 pieces of prawns
>Salad, (lettuce/spinach/red onion and maybe Greek yogurt on top) with some rice crackers
>Vegetables last meal of the day mixed in with some fruits.
That's my entire diet as of now since i am bulking, sometimes though i add in more and eat nuts etc.. when on the train.
I go over my TDDE of 2190.
Loving my tasteless chicken and food, it don't bother me man.
I prefer boiled.
I want to lift the thing that is holding me back is I know you have to eat 5-6 full meals a day. How much do you spend on food daily? It sounds like it would cost a small fortune.
>Reselling business is doing well
>Going to the gym 3 times a week
>Trying to read at least 100 pages per day(it's more like 40 - 50 desu)
>Go out twice a week for leisure/recreation(usually to the movies or beach in the summer)
>Turned a 3/10 gypsy into a friend with benefits
>Probably going to start going back to comm. college part-time in the summer to finish my associates
Life is meh. Also, before any Europoors start talking shit with >wtf-a-gypsy?, this is America so she's not feral.
We're all gonna make it, brahs. I'm so close to normiehood... finally...
Like everyone else says, count calories (fats,protein,carbs etc..). Some people prefer eating 2-3 massive meals a day, while other people like my self span it out throughout the whole day. I spend around 60$-70$ on food a week, most of that is for the breast chicken since i often buy around 25$ worth at once.
I also live in Australia where everything is more expensive. What i found out was ONCE i started lifting, my appetite went through the fucking roof. Especially when i lift weights that make me grunt.
I'm not the person to ask as i only lifted for 1;5 months, perhaps ask in a /fit/ thread.
I'm still a beginner.
I've been working out a lot too but it's to cut down. I've lost 10 pounds this month through a pretty strict diet. I run almost every day and try to get a lifting session in about 5x a week too so I don't lose any gainz.
Anyone want to start a coursera specialization track with me? I'm starting on 3 this month
>data science with johns hopkins
>big data with UCSD
>machine learning with university of washington
we could start a mailing list and talk about the course every week. It'd be fun
I've always been chubby but I went way up over the past 6 months when I moved back home (6' 220lbs at my peak). I've got a good base of muscle so I want to get to 180 or even 170 and look really cut.