RaptorJEWSUS wrote:I am no professional but I make myself smoothie for every day and have been doing it now for 60 days. It consists of bananas and oranges mostly with milk of course. Sometimes I either add something to the mix if I have other fruits (melon, pears, avocado etc) aswell but main components are bananas and oranges.
I suggest eating lots of bananas and chicken, of course, for building muscle mass without using powders of creatine and shit. I've never used anything like that. Only eat healthy. I also suggest using brown rice. It is really good and much-much better than the regular white shit rice. Also I use a lot of shrooms in my dishes if I have them around.
I usually eat eggs for the morning, some salad which is rich in protein (richer than other salads I have around here) and for dinner I usually have something with chicken ( buckwheat or brown rice, also potatoes etc) or something with other meat and also a smoothie goes with dinner most often.
Just bought myself proper running shoes and I've always loved running. I used to be a good long distance runner back in highschool. Wish I had bought special shoes lot earlier but better late than never. Also am doing push-ups when bored or have spare time which I also enjoy. Slowly training myself without a real reason or sight. Just doing it for the sake of my health and well-being. I have to note that I quit smoking too. It has been 45 days now and I don't even feel the need to smoke anymore but gotta keep my mind clear.
I am also interested in what exercises I could do at home without any special equipment for strength and muscle mass increasing. Cheers!
RaptorJEWSUS wrote:Couldn't agree more about replacing bread products with healthier stuff.
I suggest to replace white rice with brown as it is much-much healthier and better for weight loss. For instance the fiber content of brown rice keeps bowel function at it’s peak since it makes digestion that much easier. In addition, brown rice also makes the tummy feel full which translates to smaller meal portions.
What about brown rice, tron? Should I too cut it out?
Big ups for information.