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#327412 - 03/10/07 02:53 AM Correct Nutrition for MMA fighter??
dawson Offline

Registered: 03/09/07
Posts: 5
I am new to MMA fight and a bodybuilder friend of mine has just work me a nutrition program just wondering if every1 thinks it would be ok for not trying 2 gain 2 much and what I do gain I want 2 be lean???

Meal 1 7am : Porridge Oars (100grm) 2 Scoops Pro Peptide 1 Banana

Meal 2 10am : EAS Meal Replacement

Meal 3 1pm : 200grm Tuna (in brine) Medium Jacket

Meal 4 4pm : As Meal 2

Meal 5 7pm: 175 Grm Chicken Breast 100Grm Brown Rice 100grm Brocoli

#327413 - 03/10/07 08:49 AM Re: Correct Nutrition for MMA fighter?? [Re: dawson]
Cord Offline

Registered: 01/13/05
Posts: 11399
Loc: Cambridge UK.
I would not rely on a supplement as a 'meal' to be honest. they are expensive, and not the magic ingredient in successful eating.

meals 2 and 4, I would be more inclined to have fresh food if possible, including some carbohydrate- you need your energy for fighting/training, you are not trying to be a bodybuilder.
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#327414 - 03/12/07 08:30 AM Re: Correct Nutrition for MMA fighter?? [Re: dawson]
zanejake Offline

Registered: 03/09/07
Posts: 3
I think firstly, if you're mates a body builder, you don't wanna be following the same kind of diet as they are made for putting on muscle and not exactly for MMA fighter, secondly diet, training and preparation should be considered as a whole.

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Edited by Cord (03/12/07 09:23 AM)

#327415 - 03/14/07 03:40 PM Re: Correct Nutrition for MMA fighter?? [Re: zanejake]
Shadowtitan Offline

Registered: 02/08/07
Posts: 201
Loc: UK
If you really want to be eating healthy and be eating the right kinds of foods for your goals you should try and get a nutritionist, althouge i realize that may not be an option. so mabey if you ask the other MAists at the place you train on what there diets are like it could give you some ideas on what you should be eating for your art and your health.


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