|Diet Log for Sunday, January 23, 2005
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Awake at 2:30PM
Meal 1 (3:30PM):
Meal 2 (1AM):
- Shepherd's Pie
- Mozza Burger
- Onion Rings with Mustard
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I've come to realize that my biggest difficulty in bodybuilding is my complete lack of appetite. For my first meal of the day, which I ate slightly after waking up, I had a portion of sheperd's pie and a potato. To me this was MORE than enough for the entire day...I kid you not. By the time I ate the mozza burger later that night, I didn't feel hungry in the least. The greatest gains I've ever made in bodybuilding were made when I was eating 5-10 times a day consistenly, while drinking a gallon of water each day, getting ample rest and working out four times a week following THIS PROGRAM. I realize now that I am not that much of a hard gainer at all. My problem is a complete lack of appetite, and I don't have my body reminding me that I'm hungry and I need to eat. The end result is that I lose the gains I make very quickly when I get caught up in my school work or website projects. Without feeling hunger pangs to tell me to eat more, I don't eat and before I know it I'm losing 10...20...30 pounds. It's crazy! My training is very intense and more than adequate to make good gains, and the same goes for my rest and consistency / effort. I just NEED to find a way to increase my appetite, or else I may as well give up on my bodybuilding goals! So I plan to continue to work on finding out how to have my brain tell me to eat! That way I don't forget and end up not eating as much as I know I need to make good muscle gains.
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