I do not want to make any drastic changes in his diet from the beginning but as

I do not want to make any drastic changes in his diet

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changes to his diet as needed through a list of healthy alternatives I will provide. I do not want to make any drastic changes in his diet from the beginning, but as time goes on as training intensifies, I will incorporate more carbs and protein in his diet to meet his daily calorie needs. I understand that I am not a dietician; therefore I will not include diet plans but only healthy food recommendations. List of healthy food sources I will provide Carbs Protein Fat Oats Chicken Almonds Brown Rice Fish Avocado Quinoa Lean beef Chia seeds Whole grains Eggs Olive oil Beans Whey protein Coconut oil Lentils Greek yogurt Almond butter
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Broccoli Cottage cheese Cheese Spinach Milk Kale Pork chops Carrots Turkey Bananas Steak Fruits etc. Workout program Weeks 1 - 3: Monday/Wednesday/Friday Hack Squat: 1-2 Sets, 12-15 Reps Leg curl: 1-2 Sets, 12-15 Reps Standing calf raise: 1-2 Sets, 12-15 Reps Bench press: 1-2 Sets, 12- 15 Reps T-Bar row: 1-2 Sets, 12 -15 Reps Military press: 1- 2 Sets, 12-15 Reps Seated Dumbbell bicep curl: 1 -2 Sets, 12- 15 Reps Cable pulldowns: 1- 2 Sets, 12- 15 Reps Plank: 1 -2 Sets, Hold for 30 sec each set Weeks 4 – 9: Split Training Monday: Chest/Biceps/Triceps, Wednesday: Back/Shoulders, Friday: Quads/Hams/Calves, Abs Monday- Dumbbell bench Press: 4 Sets, 8-10 Reps Dumbbell Fly: 4 Sets, 8-10 Reps Standing barbell curls: 3 Sets, 8-10 Reps
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