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The Competitors Diet by Master Trainer Jason Carver

We’ve all had to prepare for something. We know that comes with life. If there wasn’t that preparation stage, or learning how to develop preparation techniques then I think we can agree that’s a recipe (no pun intended) for failure. So why should we look at losing weight or adding on muscle any differently? Eating good food can sometimes take time, but most often it’s just creating your own system. So I encourage you to experiment with two times throughout the week to prepare food (Sunday and Wednesday nights are common). Once that system becomes habit it won’t feel like a chore, but instead just something as normal as folding laundry. So let me encourage you to embrace something new, and learn to prepare only a few items a week; trust me, it goes a long way to achieving your goals. Cheers!


Breakfast: All in a bowl

  • Dried rolled oats
  • Goji berries
  • Cinnamon
  • Drizzled honey mixed in
  • Almond milk

1 hour later:

  • Whey protein shake with water

1 hour before lunch:

  • Celery sticks
  • Avocado

Lunch: This is where your preparation comes into place because you’re bringing this from home

  • Spinach salad with
  • Chicken (baked or pan cooked with coconut oil)
  • Broccoli
  • Walnuts
  • Chopped up garlic (or minced)
  • Sqeezed lemon
  • Any vinaigrette
  • Half of a sweet potato

THAT’S ALL FOR LUNCH!!! Don’t overdo it.

Mid afternoon snack:

  • Healthy bar
  • Lara
  • Kind
  • Quest
  • Odwalla


  • Grilled or backed Fish/chicken with light seasoning of choice
  • Lightly pan cooked asparagus in coconut oil
  • Second half of sweet potato or serving of cooked quinoa

Before bed:

  • Vega protein shake in water
  • Celery sticks for extra fiber


Master Trainer: Jason Carver

Master Trainer: Jason Carver


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This entry was posted on July 1, 2014 by in Nutrition, Uncategorized.
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