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The Shape Of Your Life: Training For More Than Competition

Macronutrient Totals Calories: 2,006 Fat: 76 g Carbs: 132.5 g Protein: 202 g

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Body Transformation: Bomb Bikini Body At Age 52!

My meal plan consisted of 1300 calories six days per week with 150 grams of protein, 105 grams of carbs, and 25 grams of fat. One day per week, I got to eat 1900 calories with 150 grams of protein, 200 grams of carbs, and 35 grams of fat. I was allowed to eat cereal, milk, oatmeal, potatoes, and good fats like peanut butter and almond butter. I was given a list of food I was allowed to eat as long as I didn't exceed the quantities listed for each day.

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Over 40 Amateur Of The Week: Paul Put Age In Its Place!

The best combination to lose body fat in preparation for my last photo shoot was a macronutrient split of 45 percent protein, 30 percent carbs, and 25 percent fats. For growth, I used a split of 35 percent protein, 50 percent carbs, and 15 percent fats. To prepare for a photo shoot, I start 12 weeks out and reduce my carbohydrate intake each week by eight percent until I hit around 90 grams per day total. This produces about 1 lb per week of fat loss while still having energy to train…

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From Here To Macros: 4 Steps To Better Nutrition

From Here To Macros: 4 Steps To Better Nutrition - counting macronutrient article on bodybuilding.com

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The Female Training Bible: Everything You Need To Get The Sexy Body You Desire!

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7 Healthy Foods a Nutritionist Prepares Ahead of Time

This is adapted from Meb for Mortals, by Meb Keflezighi with Scott Douglas. Goals form your road map to success. You won’t get near your potential without having good goals. We’re wired as humans to dream of what might be and then figure out how to make that dream a reality.