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Shane Raymond Fitness 360: Nutrition

Shane Raymond typically eats 11 meals per day, including his supplement shakes. See if you can keep up with his meticulous nutrition plan!

To keep his body moving through a series of incredible workouts, Shane Raymond fuels up like a Mack truck. He ingests a competitive 11 meals each day, many in liquid form. These meals are loaded with protein, quality carbohydrates, and a small selection of supplemental nutrients. Follow Shane's nutritional program to transform your physique.

Shane Raymond

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Shane's Nutrition Philosophy ///

"When it comes to nutrition and dieting for a competition," Shane says, "I believe in keeping the body as healthy as possible. That helps you stay free from illness and your workouts don't suffer. When I diet for a contest I like to get my protein, carbs and vitamins from a variety of food, such as white meat, red meat, yams, potato, fruits and grains, etc.

"I'm not a great believer in fad diets, or low-carb or zero-carb diets. During my preparations, I try to get away with keeping my calories high for as long as possible so my workout intensity remains high and my body stays strong."

Shane accomplishes this goal by dieting slowly—up to 25-30 weeks depending on competition dates. As Shane gets closer to a competition, he tapers his calories accordingly.

Meal 1 - 5 a.m.
Meal 2 - 5:30 a.m.
Meal 3 - 7:30 a.m.
Meal 4 - 10 a.m.
Meal 5 - 12:30 p.m.
Meal 6 - 3 p.m.
Meal 7 - 5 p.m.
Meal 8: Pre-workout
Meal 9: Post-workout
Meal 10 - 8 p.m.
Meal 11 - 10 p.m.


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yah nice !

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6 meals is for the weak!

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JRose13

well i dont consider a pre workout suplement, creatine, and fish oil to be a meal

Feb 6, 2013 3:23pm | report
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I just don't understand, these people live in the kitchen? I mean if I would have to cook all these meals, go to school, go to the gym, maaan, I would need a maid!

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  • ht: 5'11"
  • wt: 204.37 lbs
  • bf: 10.0%
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josuecharry

i do my meal prep every morning for the whole day and only takes me 20-30 mins max while my pre workout kicks in before i hit the gym. i'm NEVER in the kitchen cooking more than that on any given day. it's definitely possible.

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JulijaKru

Sounds crazy :D I just can't imagine... How is it possible?

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AngelicMuscles

Hey Man, Good stuff, I checked your video and I plan to try your workout setup and nutrition to see if it will work best for me.

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