thanks for the reply, in terms of my diet and energy. recently ive been feeling extremely fatigued. to the point where ive removed squats, deadlifts and other movements from my routine and just keep cleans, snatches and other more explosive movements because im in the middle of my season. i understand that when the rugby season starts, in terms of the gym, my routine just becomes to maintain as best i can what ive gained in the off season.
heres my daily diet, if anyone has any suggestions to add to bump up my caloric intake, that would be great.
(pick a fruit list)
banana, orange, apple, pear, grapefruit
breakfast: pick a fruit, 5 egg omelet (4 white, 1 whole), 1 cup oatmeal with blueberries
next meal: pick a fruit, 1 cup mixed veggies, 1 chicken thigh
next meal: pick a fruit, 1 cup potato salad, 1 chicken thigh
preworkout meal: 2 slices whole wheat bread with honey, drive to gym, 1 whey protein drink
1 whey protein drink, drive home, post workout meal: pick a fruit, 1/2 can of tuna, 1 cup of brown rice
last meal: pick a fruit, 1 cup whole wheat pasta, serving of sockeye salmon
note* all meals have a 2 hour window in between to digest. on days i have rugby training, i will have my training before my last meal.