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Bulking Up Meal Plan Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Bulking Up Meal Plan.

The Top 6 Fitness Myths and Truths

Would your friends lie to you? They just might be... This time of year is all about starting fresh—new goals, solid plans, better habits. You probably have a new exercise routine to help you reach your weight loss and fitness goals....  Read more

9 Ways to Tidy Your Budget—and Your Home

Marketers invest millions to convince us that we need the latest and greatest cleaning spray, detergent, and paper towel, so it’s not surprising that tidying up can quickly become a budgetary mess. In fact, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor...  Read more

7 Strength Training Excuses: Busted!

Remember when you were a kid and claimed that your dog ate your homework, when really you just didn't get around to writing your book report? Of course, your teacher knew you were fibbing. While most of us are past blaming the dog instead of taki...  Read more

Add Strength Training for Lean Muscles

Before Gail Devers won the 100-meter dash at the 1992 Olympics, she spent countless hours on the track. But you know where else she spent her time? In the gym, doing strength training. Not to gain weight, but to keep her muscles strong. The comm...  Read more

Toning vs. Bulking Up: The Real Facts

Everyone has an idea in their head when it comes to looking their fittest and healthiest. For some, it's fitting perfectly into a certain outfit, or walking on the beach in a bikini with total confidence. For others, it may mean seeing a defined...  Read more

keeping my own diet plan
Updated 7/2/2014 6:38:11 PM

I have been successfully dieting for some time now and want to keep with what i have been doing. My diet plan mostly consists of whole grains, fruits(mostly Berries for diabetic reasons) And high protein meats and fish.I am trying to find a way to tr...  Read more

I can't plan next week's menus ahead of time.
Updated 7/3/2014 11:27:31 AM

I want to pre-plan next week's menus ahead of time. But there is a limited number of days ahead that I can put meals into my food tracker. This is very frustrating. chris...  Read more

Cheat Meal/Days?
Updated 7/9/2014 11:42:55 AM

Do people on here who are trying to loose weight give themselves a "cheat" meal or day? I'm thinking about doing it for a meal eaten out once a week, but I'm worried about it thought because I'm the kind of person who is either 100% staying on track...  Read more

Day 1 of my new plan! Whew!
Updated 6/23/2014 4:31:43 PM

I tried sleeping earlier last night but ended up tossing and turning for the better part of the night bcoz I wasn't used to it but I resisted getting up to read and kept telling myself to go to sleep! I finally did sleep but when the alarm went off a...  Read more

How many times per week do you order a meal from a
Updated 6/24/2014 4:09:02 PM

On average, how many times per week do you order a meal from a restaurant? Delivery, take out, and dine in all count....  Read more

Switching the menu around

I am trying to eat the bulk of my food before dinner and make dinner the lightest meal of the day....  Read more

fruit after main course makes me feel fuller

I find that if I eat an apple, pear, clementine or some kind of small fruit with my dinner that I feel much fuller, so smaller portions are not a big deal....  Read more

WLS - The journey before, during, and after.

A team to meet others that have had WLS and planning or trying to maintain weight after being post-op for years. All is welcome friends and family too. Our path on this journey never ends....  Read more

Recession Eating: How You Could Save $180 a Month in Groceries

According to the U.S. Food Cost Average Report for October 2008, a family of four with two elementary age children can cut about $180 per month from their grocery bill simply by adopting some lower cost shopping habits.Over the last few weeks we have...  Read more

6 Ways to Combat Rising Food Costs

This summer was hot, with temperatures averaging in the 90s for months here in Cincinnati with no rain for weeks on end. The heat took its toll: Gardens wilted, fields dried up, and farmers struggled. With summer fading fast, you might think that th...  Read more