Workout Meals

Easy Bodybuilding Pre Workout Meal

Bodybuilding Meal Example and how to track your macros (macronutrients)
It seems like the flexible dieters or “IIFYM” followers are looked at as eating complete garbage and “dirty” foods all day long, when in reality those who preach iifym and flexible dieting eat your typical whole “bro” or “clean foods” for the majority of their diet (80-90%) and fit in the occasional snack to finish off their macros!

This video is to show how easy it is to make a quick meal and track your macros using MyFitnessPal. The entire process took about 5 minutes and I used the following:
3 Packages of Instant Sugar Free Maple and Brown Sugar Oats
1/2 Scoop Vanilla Whey Protein Powder
1 Strawberry Greek Yogurt






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  1. Crazy questions, i started using My fitness pal, when i put in my info it says i need 2240 calories but when i calculated my macros it said 3000, thats with a 500 calorie deficit. Anyway my question is if i go by my macros I will always go over my calories each day on the app… does this make sense?? THANKS for your step by step videos on making food, I am a visual person and NEED this. Thanks again!

  2. Not necessarily man, while it is true that people that work out burn more calories then people who do not. If you are cutting, trying to drop weight, or maintaining trying to stay around the same weight. You have to be careful not to go over your Calorie limit for the day. Even for guys on a bulk they should only be adding about a 300-500 calorie surplass because anymore and they will just be adding a lot of extra fat. 

  3. hey what if i go over my macros? mostly carbs because right now i am doing carbs 67.8
    Protein 277.5
    Fats 64.8
    Fiber 47

    but i always go over on my carbs like 10-15 grams a day, how bad would it be. only carbs i really eat is the morning carbs from either my fiber one cereal or raw oats. the addtional carbs comes from other sources like my veggies and fruits.

  4. Yogurt works great as a pre workout meal but I dislike the taste of it 🙁 Thanks for sharing the video!

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  5. Don't believe me? Matty recommends 0.25g fat per lb of bodyweight when cutting. Therefore for 49 grams of fat not to be appropriate he would have to be WELL OVER 200lb, which given that he's cutting on 2200 calories I doubt is the case.

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