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Get Ripped. Stay Big. 365 Circuit Trainer With Julien Greaux - Day 3!

Check out Episode 3 featuring Julien Greaux's nutrition plan for staying diced all year long.
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Cover model, BSN athlete, and martial arts expert Julien Greaux takes you to the gym and shows you how he Gets Ripped and Stays Big, 365 days a year. Check him out!

Julien Greaux's 12-Week Diet Plan

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Aryubi

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Hello, can you tell how many calories plan is this??

Dec 3, 2011 2:26am | report
 
Hurtzfield

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Hurtzfield

I'm going to be doing this, but ... Any tips on how to go shopping for this kind of stuff? I mean, buying the same thing for 3 months is going to get old really fast. Even if you have chicken like twice in a row then beef twice in a row, pretty soon you'll be sick of eating chicken and beef...

Any tips/suggestions for substitutions?

Feb 11, 2012 9:53pm | report
 
snooks86

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snooks86

u can ground turkey, turkey cutlets, salmon and different white fish for protein variation.

Mar 12, 2012 8:49pm | report
pintobeene

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pintobeene

Plain greek yogurt with fresh fruit could replace the cottage cheese. Also consider cooking your meats with different spices. There are literally millions of posibilities.

Oct 10, 2012 7:50am | report
evren1299

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evren1299

chicken breast and outmeal? .....!what happened to sweet patato

Mar 12, 2012 11:54pm | report
 
ConnorRB

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ConnorRB

I would just follow the diet to the best of your ability. I think to achieve the body of your dreams it takes sacrifice there is no way around it either man up and chase it or you can cut it short along with your gains.

Apr 12, 2012 11:41am | report
 
Wantstostayfit

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Wantstostayfit

It seems like a lot of food, has anyone done this diet and had good results ?

May 23, 2012 5:42pm | report
 
udaymansahia

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udaymansahia

have been at this plan for a while... by far the best fat loss solution out there... a lot of times i have found myself eating right but still slightly gaining..as i keep progressing i am going on slightly increasing speed and intensity... the results r getting better and better...

Jun 17, 2012 5:41am | report
 
Y3TMuscle

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Y3TMuscle

I agree^
i went through a bulking phase and gained a little too much fat
and this program cut it all off in 4 weeks
o try the lean beef with the tortillas

Jun 26, 2012 12:58am | report
MpJ86

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MpJ86

Would this still work without supplements?

Jul 30, 2012 11:05am | report
 
pintobeene

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pintobeene

Yeah. . .it'll still work. Supplements do exactly what the name implies. They supplement your results and bring out that little extra to help you meet your goals. If you arent getting results on a program as it is, you probably won't see major results from adding supplements. That being said, the protein shakes on this program make up for calorie deficits that limit gains.

Oct 10, 2012 11:18am | report
Mahdeeb

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Mahdeeb

Cottage cheese has a lot of sodium. there are sodium-free cottage cheese products, but they are hard to find. Look at how much sodium is in one serving of cottage cheese. I like simple, so I am going to try this. when you add garlic for heart health, and peppers for metabolism, cilantro, etc. this diet can be very creative.

Aug 20, 2012 6:47pm | report
 
Vagalume4

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i don't eat dairy. what can i substitute for cottage cheese?

Aug 23, 2012 9:02pm | report
 
roundaki

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roundaki

Is there anything I can replace "Day 5 - 6 Exercise Upper Body Circuit" with?

The reason being I have a home gym and do not have a cable machine

Sep 3, 2012 12:54pm | report
 
cegan9

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Cheap fix for not having proper equipment is Rubber Bands. I am very limited here in Afghanistan but with creativity and my bands I manage to still do most of the exercises in any of the programs I have tried. Bands that have clips ti hook up multiple colors are best so your not trying to hold to many seperate handles at once

Sep 30, 2012 2:03am | report
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bofreaka

What am I supposed to do on day 3, rest?

Sep 10, 2012 9:28am | report
 
Vagalume4

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i'm gonna pass on the rice because of this: http://www.voanews.com/content/tests_show_levels_of_arsenic_in_us_rice/1512805.html

Sep 23, 2012 6:56pm | report
 
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ExceededDuke

There would't be any objections if you exercised every day? Not just doing the program (just on days 1-5) but doing your respective sport as well? Including during the 3 off days (being day 3,6 and 7)? All you would have to do is incorporate the supplements accordingly, right?

Also I would do this workout (On days 1-5) in the morning right before school and then after school work on my sport training. Is it best if i would have meal one in the morning when I wake up then head to the gym to do the program, then after the workout have my supplements? Or meal 1 after workout with supplements?

Oct 6, 2012 11:54pm | report
 
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Hello, I want to start this program to shed extra flab around my belly. I want to ask that what should i eat pre and post workout because i m not taking the supplements which are mentioned in this program. The only supplement i can afford is Universal Uniliver Tablets. Waiting for your valuable suggestions . Thanks

Jan 4, 2013 8:29am | report
 
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Hello, I want to start this program to shed extra flab around my belly. I want to ask that what should i eat pre and post workout because i m not taking the supplements which are mentioned in this program. The only supplement i can afford is Universal Uniliver Tablets. Waiting for your valuable suggestions . Thanks

Jan 4, 2013 8:29am | report
 
Jython

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Jython

This seems somehow outdated, would it still work in 2013? I mean, the training and supplements.

Jan 15, 2013 4:23am | report
 
mikeallen52

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mikeallen52

Julien I have some questions! Should I eat, then work out, then take my shake? Where should the workout fit in between all this, or just take the shakes as 2 meals a day and not after a workout unless its the next meal? Anyone got any ideas?

Jan 28, 2013 11:32am | report
 
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Question: how much food should girls eat on this workout?

Feb 2, 2013 8:38am | report
 
Fliperaci

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Fliperaci

I doubt you'll see this reply, but for any other ladies that are curious: the same of everything just a little less protein.

You will typically have less muscle mass than men, so your daily protein requirement will be lower.

Oct 29, 2013 10:46am | report
Fliperaci

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I doubt you'll see this reply, but for any other ladies that are curious: the same of everything just a little less protein.

You will typically have less muscle mass than men, so your daily protein requirement will be lower.

Oct 29, 2013 10:46am | report
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