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This may be my first post/profile, but I've been a lurker here for years.
I'm looking for some advice on structuring a diet around week on/ week off FIFO work, and particularly what people actually eat. I've started bringing my own tuna/ protein powder to site, but overall the food...
AusBB Military Press competitions
You can post as many times as you like, but clip, date, and bodyweight must be provided on each occasion.
Lifts can be from rack, or from ground.
In case of lift from ground, as much more impressive, an extra 2.5kg is added to lift when working out...
I don't know what happened to the thread, but it is gone.
remember extra 2.5kg added if cleaned from floor rather than pressed from rack.
If you guys can remind me of your lifts and bodyweights, I will post again.
1. vonfram 90kg, 101kg?,
I've been lurking a bit too long so I thought I'd ask about one of my favourite foods. I eat a lot of tuna as it is so cheap but eventually I started thinking that eating it in the quantities that I do could lead to mercury poisoning..
As with most things like this, there seems to be so...
First off ,i would like to apoligize for the delay in the judging, as mention before judges are only volunteers ,they had things to do over the festive season
There were many great entrants alot of hard work going into the transformations. I would like to say to each and every entrant that it...
Bf%: Not sure, estimate 10
Lifting stats - 1rms
Squat reps focus
Training style: Focusing on hypertrophy 100% for now. Running a split of
Diet will be pretty loose. I can still get...
Well I'm done....
1 year comparison
Median weight: 71kg - 74kg
Bench: 65ish 1rm - 80kg 1rm
Deadlift: 80kg 1rm - 140kg 1rm
Squat: I don't lift heavy, sorry. Hard to compare
Conclusion - how I think I went
Pretty much figured out what works for me diet-wise. Figured out that I really should...
If you're sick and tired of eating canned tuna straight from the can then try these for a change.
Hollow out 2 tomatoes and discard the seeds/pulp.
Mix together a can of tuna, handful of chopped parsley, half a red onion, 1 chilli and your own mayonaise. Make your mayo with 2 egg yolks...
How do you guys eat it? I've never been able to eat cooked fish, the texture ruins it for me. Even if its in the middle of like a casserole or something.
Raw fish I can do though.
Any of you guys unable to eat tuna etc but able to turn it around.
i wonder if anyone knows the answer to this one. i have used a 425g of safcol tuna for this analysis, but any tin seems to be the same. ok, so here's the deal.
a 425g tin of tuna contains 4 serves of 75g by drained weight (going by the nutritional panel).
the ingredients are 70% tuna, 15%...
new bulking diet alot of carbs and bread but i have been losing weight on whati was eating before note everythings whole weat or brown rice etc. Its only for 4 weeks to see how i go. i think its around 3600 calories roughly.
5:30: 2 whole eggs 4 egg whites and 4 slices of toast
8:30: 2 nat pb...
I saw the ads for this on TV and thought, meh, wouldn't touch it. But having picked up a can in the super today and putting 2 and 2 together, I'm starting to see the point.
The ones that come in springwater are 72% chicken, 27% springwater, a little too much sodium for my liking, but otherwise...
What is your favourite tuna ?
Just tried Tuna for the 1st time John west tuna in springwater.
What other flavours or tuna products are good in can form ? makes it easy then for a work meal.
Do you eat crackers with it or just by itself ?
Just trying to organise a meal plan.