Posted by: 4pack | September 8, 2008

“Ideal Body Types”: Match Calorie And Diet Combinations To Achieve Body Type

MANY OF YOU ARE EXPRESSING A DESIRE TO SEE BODY TYPES OF ATHLETES MATCHED TO DIET AND EXERCISE…VISUAL AND INFORMATIVE AND WILL NOW BE DELIVERED AT FOUR PACK…NFL RECEIVERS MUST REMAIN LEAN AND FAST…FOUR PACK IS STATING THAT YOU SHOULD TAKE YOUR IDEAL BODY WEIGHT OBJECTIVE AND MULTIPLY IT BY 11 TO CALCULATE THE CALORIE INTAKE NECESSARY TO SEE THAT WEIGHT…I AM 160 NOW AND SO MY CALORIE INTAKE SHOULD AVERAGE AROUND 1800 CALORIES PER DAY TO KEEP BODY FAT OFF AND EXPOSE THE 4 -6 PACK ABS…PLEASE READ THESE EXCERPTS FORM “ASKMEN.COM”….
Receiver Steve Smith, of the University of Southern California, runs the 40-yard dash during workouts at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, Sunday, Feb. 25, 2007.

Receiver Steve Smith, of the University of Southern California, runs the 40-yard dash during workouts at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, Sunday, Feb. 25, 2007.

 

http://www.askmen.com/sports/bodybuilding_200/230_fitness_tip.html

“If you look at the bodies of professional wide receivers, such as Anquan Boldin and Steve Smith, they are muscular and rather stocky looking. In order to attain this body type, you’ll need to integrate the following guidelines into your diet.

Total calories: Unless you already have enough muscle mass, make your calorie intake equal to 17 multiplied by your body weight in pounds. Otherwise, set your calorie intake at your bodyweight multiplied by 15 to maintain your mass or your bodyweight multiplied by 13 if you need to shed some fat. 

Total protein: Next, to ensure you have ample amino acids to maintain and build more lean muscle mass, try to consume 1.25 grams of protein per pound of body weight.

Total fat: While there are no hard and fast rules for fat intake, consume no less than 15% of your total calories from fat and, better yet, aim for 0.4 to 0.5 grams per pound of body weight — more if you’re struggling to get in the calories. Try and get as much of your fat as possible from nuts, avocados, olive oil, fatty fish, flaxseed, and the small amounts found in other animal products.

Total carbohydrates: Carbs will round out the rest of your intake. Focus on eating the majority of your carbohydrates from whole sources, such as oatmeal, whole grains, rice, and potatoes, taking the vast majority of them in around your workout session.

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