Nick Wright’s Peak Week Diet

Nick Wright’s Peak Week

1 week out:

SAT:

Meal 1: Two 4 oz chicken breasts, one cup of oatmeal, water

Meal 2: One 4 oz chicken breast, one sweet potato, water

Meal 3: Two 4 oz chicken breasts, one sweet potato, salad, broccoli, water

Meal 4: One can of tuna, one sweet potato, ½ cup of oatmeal, water

Meal 5 (post-workout): 2 scoops Optimum Whey, 46g of dextrose

Meal 6: 10 egg whites, one sweet potato, salad, water

Meal 7: One 4 oz chicken breast, salad, water

SUN:

Meal 1: Two 4 oz chicken breasts, one cup of oatmeal, water

Meal 2: One 4 oz chicken breast, one sweet potato, water

Meal 3: Two 4 oz chicken breasts, one sweet potato, salad, broccoli, water

Meal 4: One can of tuna, one sweet potato, ½ cup of oatmeal, water

Meal 5 (post-workout): 2 scoops Optimum Whey, 46g of dextrose

Meal 6: 10 egg whites, one sweet potato, salad, water

Meal 7: One 4 oz chicken breast, salad, water

MON:

Meal 1: Two 4 oz chicken breasts, one cup of oatmeal, water

Meal 2: One 4 oz chicken breast, one sweet potato, water

Meal 3: Two 4 oz chicken breasts, one sweet potato, salad, broccoli, water

Meal 4: One can of tuna, one sweet potato, ½ cup of oatmeal, water

Meal 5 (post-workout): Two 4 oz chicken breasts, one cup of oatmeal

Meal 6: 10 egg whites, one sweet potato, salad, water

Meal 7: One 4 oz chicken breast, salad, water

 

TUE:

Meal 1: Two 4 oz chicken breasts, one cup of oatmeal, water

Meal 2: One 4 oz chicken breast, one sweet potato, water

Meal 3: Two 4 oz chicken breasts, one sweet potato, salad, broccoli, water

Meal 4: One can of tuna, one sweet potato, ½ cup of oatmeal, water

Meal 5 (post-workout): Two 4 oz chicken breasts, one cup of oatmeal

Meal 6: 10 egg whites, one sweet potato, salad, water

Meal 7: One 4 oz chicken breast, salad, water

 

WED:

Meal 1: Two 4 oz chicken breasts, one cup of oatmeal, water

Meal 2: One 4 oz chicken breast, one sweet potato, water

Meal 3: Two 4 oz chicken breasts, one sweet potato, salad, broccoli, water

Meal 4: One can of tuna, one sweet potato, ½ cup of oatmeal, water

Meal 5 (post-workout): Two 4 oz chicken breasts, one cup of oatmeal

Meal 6: 10 egg whites, one sweet potato, salad, water

Meal 7: One 4 oz chicken breast, salad, water

 

THUR:

Meal 1: Two 4 oz chicken breasts, one cup of oatmeal, water

Meal 2: One 4 oz chicken breast, one sweet potato, water

Meal 3: Two 4 oz chicken breasts, one sweet potato, salad, broccoli, water

Meal 4: One can of tuna, one sweet potato, ½ cup of oatmeal, water

Meal 5 (post-workout): Two 4 oz chicken breasts, one cup of oatmeal

Meal 6: 10 egg whites, one sweet potato, salad, water

Meal 7: One 4 oz chicken breast, salad, water

 

FRI: Meal 1: Two 4 oz chicken breasts, one cup of oatmeal, water

Meal 2: One 4 oz chicken breast, one sweet potato, water

Meal 3: Two 4 oz chicken breasts, one sweet potato, salad, broccoli, water

Meal 4: One can of tuna, one sweet potato, 1/2 cup of oatmeal, water

Meal 5: Two 4 oz chicken breasts, broccoli, water

Meal 6: One 4 oz chicken breast, broccoli, water

Meal 7 (1:00AM): A big, fat, and juicy steak!

You can also find this and more information about Nick Wright on the website (www.hunt-fitness.com) on Nick’s corner….http://kylehuntfitness.com/Nick_s_Corner.html

If you want your own customized diet to fit your needs check out the link below to get hooked up!

*Make sure you watch the video! It tells you everything you need to know!

http://kylehuntfitness.com/Services.html

Thank you,

Kyle Hunt

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About huntfitness

My name is Kyle Hunt, I have a Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science and I am a Certified Fitness Trainer and Specialist in Fitness Nutrition. I own the fitness website Hunt Fitness. www.KyleHuntFitness.com

Posted on October 24, 2010, in Nutrition and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. Thats weird i dont see any healthy fats. Don’t you need healthy fats to keep you lean? Atleast that’s what I read correct me if I’m wrong.

  2. why the steak right before the shoot? also i’m curious about the diet leading up to a photo shoot. I want to be able to look as lean and ripped as much as possible but be able to preserve my muscle as well. Also what are the workouts like leading up to a photo shoot are you still lifting relatively heavy. When should you start preparing and start to change the workout and diet, how many weeks leading up to the shoot ? i would appreciate it if you got back to me.

    I am currently 5.9 inches tall
    i weight 160 pounds
    my goals right now are to gain as much lean muscle mass as possible
    i am currently under 10% bodyfat
    i dont have a shoot anytime soon also.
    but my macros go something like this 80g fat 420g carbs 240g protein split into 8 meals hold the carbs meal 8. I am wondering how to change the carbohydrate intake leading up to a shoot, as well as cardio leading up to a shoot? right now i am only doing cardio once or twice a week because i am currently trying to gain mass and my metabolism is really fast

    Kenny

  3. How is EJ doing in his progress

  4. what do you thing about true mass and explode supplements and what is the best type of creatine to take that does not give you long term affects and is not harmful?

    • True mass is an ok mass gainer. I would prefer you go with a homeade gainer or someing that is low in fat and sugar. I have never been a fan of N.O eplode but some people really like it. I prefer a concentrated pre workout. As far as creatine goes, Creatine Monohydrate is still the best.

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