View Full Version : what should i eat after training?

Sam Donald
10-22-2010, 12:39 PM
usual day, wake up 7, come home at 5.30pm. go gym at 6 come back around 8.30, eat food 9 go bed 10

what should i eat after training?

i want to lose belly fat and i want repair my musles. i dont want to feel bloated or weak

i have breakfast at 7.30am, snack a bit at 11, at lunch before 2, snack abit around 4/5 and dinner before 9. this is what my diet looks like right now


3 wheetabixs
few dark chocolate pieces


might have a tuna sandwhich, brown bread style

few hours later
might have some wheetabix again and a bit of fruit

grilled chicken, salad, around some japatis/bread/buritoo wraps


i constantly drink water throughout the day

i train in the boxing gym mon,wed,fri. i run tuesday evening and sunday morning. please help me out thanks

10-22-2010, 01:56 PM
your like me i love my damn cereal when training you got a pretty decent diet going for you i might try this

10-22-2010, 02:19 PM
As far as i can tell, your diet is already good. Wouldn't hurt with an egg or two for breakfast, some unsalted nuts for snacks or protein drinks after training if you can afford that.

10-22-2010, 03:14 PM
sleep at least 2 hrs after eating, preferably more. so eat earlier or go to bed later. and after workout: http://www.fitnessmagazine.com/recipes/snacks/low-calorie/after-workout-snacks/

there's a couple of ideas, the basic idea: u need proteins to repair and u need some carbs to replenish ur energy level.

Gorilla Dogs
10-22-2010, 06:43 PM
G Dog always eats after training, gotta give back to your body after takin from it

10-22-2010, 10:16 PM
Protein to repair muscles, carbs to replenish glycogen stores.

Scoop of protein powder mixed with skim milk is real good.

Tomislav III
10-23-2010, 01:12 AM
For me, I agree with ScottDBA. A scoop of whey protein and skim milk, it should only total 270 calories.

As for your diet, mix it up, man. You'll get bored and it's a lot harder to stay focused if you aren't enjoying eating. Just because you have to cut your caloric intake doesn't mean you shouldn't also get the opportunity to enjoy things. I'm sure you don't eat exactly the same thing every day, but just in case you do, my advice is to keep a calorie journal.

If your'e good with excel you can even map it out for a visual graph.

10-23-2010, 02:56 AM
after training, a pure protein shake along with a banana blended in is about the right amount