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Old 06-16-2010, 09:58 PM   #1
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Default My first day at IF

Trying to get some feedback on my current (new lifestyle...that what eating is right??? Don't want to say diet...lol)

Is this too much...not enough.

I'm pretty active and I'm at 195lbs right now...

My training blog I keep here...
http://www.performancemenu.com/forum...7353#post77353

Started my fast at 2000 (8pm) last night

Broke at 11:00 today w/ bcaa pre workout

Started feed @ 1300 (training went from 11:40-1250)

1st meal
oatmeal w/ 20g protein + 1cup grapes + 2 scoops peanut butter

2nd meal
Chicken Breast w/ peanut butter sandwich + apple

3rd meal
3 whole egg omlete w/ ham/cheese + 3 strips bacon + 2 slices toast w/ peanutButter + pickle

4th meal
protein shake w/ granola bar

Last meal at 1950 (7:50pm)

Is this good to go???

Thanks.
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Old 06-16-2010, 10:30 PM   #2
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Looks fine to me. IF is something most people need to tinker with to find their comfort zone.

Of course, the Leangains approach is fairly static with regards to the feeding window.

The key with IF is: if you are so hungry that no amount of liquid or other non caloric substance helps, it's time to eat whether the feeding window is open or not.
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Old 06-17-2010, 08:02 AM   #3
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Thanks Derek....yea that happend last night.

I think I could've toughed it out...but I had a big bowl of cereal anyways...haha
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Old 06-17-2010, 01:37 PM   #4
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Hydration is key when IF'ing. It's key all the time, but hunger is often a symptom of dehydration.

Tough to slam down a liter of water @ 12am, but something to keep in mind later on.
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Hydration is key when IF'ing. It's key all the time, but hunger is often a symptom of dehydration.

Tough to slam down a liter of water @ 12am, but something to keep in mind later on.
Noted...Thx!
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Update...

Back on IF. I started the Warrior Diet 3 weeks ago. I find it easier while I am at work compared to the Lean Gains approach.

However when I'm home on the weekends I switch it up to a leangains style of IF..

So far it's been working wonders for me in the composition department. Training has been hittting on all cylinders as well.
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