Part 2 – Nutrition


My first meal each day is one of my favourites! I like to start with all 3 macros (protein, carbohydrates and fats) included in meal number 1. That’s also another part of being heavily involved in training and nutrition, I no longer eat a breakfast, lunch or dinner. Meals have numbers now instead of names!!!


For me, meal 1 consists of:

60g of oats
1 whole egg
9 egg whites &
15g of organic honey


Depending on my schedule, this is usually followed by my pre workout meal. The biggest difference from meal my other daily meals is that pre and post workout I try to limit my fat intake, and keep my protein and carbohydrates a little higher and from quickly digesting sources if possible. My pre workout meal consists of:

180g of chicken breast
350g of sweet potato


Post workout, I like to stick to the same idea. Fast acting protein and fast acting carbs with little to no fat or fibre that would result in slower digestion. In fact I go with even faster acting and faster digesting sources here. My post workout meal consists of:

85g of Kellog’s Rice Krispies
50g of MyProtein Impact Whey Isolate


After this, the meals go back to numbers…. Meal 2 (although if I have trained early it could actually be my 4th meal of the day after meal 1, pre and post) consists of:

200g of steak mince
200g of white potato
1 teaspoon of olive oil


Meal 3, is the same as 2 above. Again it gives me a solid combination of all 3 major macro nutrients, protein, carbs and fats and consists of:

200g of steak mince
200g of white potato
1 teaspoon of olive oil


The only two guarantees with my meal plan is that Meal 1, will ALWAYS be my first meal of the day, and Meal 4 will ALWAYS be my last meal of the day. For meal 4, I remove carbohydrates but maintain both protein and fats in a meal that consists of:

2 whole eggs
6 egg whites
1 Serving of MyProtein Nutri-Greens Plus


Again, as mentioned last month, all these meals are specific to me, and my current needs and goals so….. please do not try to re-enact or re-create my specific training sessions or meal plans, but instead feel free to get in touch of ask questions about how to find the perfect balance in your own training and nutrition.


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