Body Building Tables

Posted by Sasha Kirey On 8:09 AM
Bodybuilding requires a lot of effort from an individual. If you are interested in bodybuilding and want to gain muscle mass in a natural way, the best way to do it is by having a proper workout schedule and a diet plan that takes care of your body's calorific needs. Just working out without giving importance to the nutritional requirements of the body will have a negative effect on you. So when you plan your workout schedule for achieving your target, do not forget to design a diet plan that will go hand in hand with your workout sessions. Though it will be good if you consult a dietitian for preparing your bodybuilding diet plan, you can also choose the best suitable natural bodybuilding diet plan for yourself from the sample diet plans given below.

Diet Plan #1

Here is a completely vegetarian diet plan for people who wish to gain muscle without sacrificing their vegetarianism. It is a very common belief that muscle mass can be built only with the inclusion of meat in the diet. However, this is not true. A vegetarian diet can also prove beneficial for the same. A typical vegetarian bodybuilding diet plan is given below.


Breakfast Snack Lunch Snack Dinner Dessert
7:30 am 9:30 am 12:30 pm 03:00 pm 07:00 pm 07:30 pm
  • A banana
  • Mixed berries (fresh/ frozen)
  • Protein shake (rice/ pea protein)
  • Few tangerines
  • Some nuts (cashews/ pistachios)
  • Apple with almond butter
  • Favorite beans or legumes
  • Organic brown rice
  • Salad or raw veggies
  • Some raw veggies
  • A protein shake
  • Few nuts
  • A high protein stew
  • Brown rice
  • Few cooked potatoes
  • Organic dark chocolate/ organic coconut milk ice cream

Diet Plan #2

This diet plan is formulated for people who need an intake of 3700 calories per day. It is a non-vegetarian diet plan with eight meals distributed throughout a day. This diet plan includes -

Breakfast Protein Shake Lunch Protein Shake Dinner Protein Shake Snack Small Meal
7:30 am 10:00 am 12:30 pm 03:00 pm 05:30 pm 08:00 pm 09:00 pm 10:30 pm
  • A glass of orange juice
  • Wholemeal bread
  • Two eggs
  • Skimmed milk (500 ml)
  • Milk protein powder (30 g)
  • A banana
  • Pineapple (150 g)
  • Olives (100 g)
  • Pasta (100 g)
  • Tuna (150 g)
  • Wheat flour (30 g)
  • Milk protein powder (30 g)
  • Skimmed milk (250 ml)
  • Apple juice (250 ml)
  • Broccoli (100 g)
  • Turkey (150 g)
  • Brown rice (100 g)
  • Whey powder (30 g)
  • Skimmed milk (500 ml)
  • Orange juice (250 ml)
  • Muesli (100 g)
  • Cherries (100 g)
  • Cottage cheese (400 g)

Diet Plan #3

This diet plan is meant for people who want to gain muscle mass without adding significant amount of fatty substances in the diet.

Breakfast Snack 1 Snack 2 Post Workout Lunch Dinner Protein Shake
08:00 am 11:00 am 01:00 pm 03:00 pm 06:00 pm 09:00 pm
  • A glass of orange juice
  • 1 ¼ cups oatmeal
  • 10 Egg whites
  • A medium-sized potato
  • 8 oz. Chicken breast
  • 6 Rice cakes
  • Whey protein shake
  • 2 cups white rice
  • 1 Whole-grain roll
  • 8 oz. Turkey breast
  • 2 Whole-grain bread
  • 1 Cheese slice
  • Any fruit
  • 8 oz. Ground beef
  • Whey protein shake

Diet plans given above can prove really beneficial in providing you the right amount of calories for bodybuilding. It is essential to follow a bodybuilding diet plan without fail in any workout regimen. The basic of any diet plan is intake of small yet regular meals instead of few large meals. It is also important to monitor the fat content in your diet. Little fat is all right, but high fat content should be avoided. Hope this article has helped you out and if you have decided on your diet plan, go ahead and build a great body!