beef body

From the War Room

Today’s post will be aimed at a meal plan I have been following for about 2 weeks now that has showed great results. There is meal plan that is popular among bodybuilders knows as Size for 70. Check out the link for a full video breakdown.(I am not affiliated with him in any way) It is very similar to the Atkins diet. The basic philosophy is that you cut your carb intake to almost none which causes your body to go into ketosis and start eating fat to supply your body with energy.

Now for the good stuff:

A lot of people say that by following this type of diet you will suffer from low energy and feel like crap. So far I feel more focused and all around better than I ever have before. The reason for me following this meal plan is that I want to be healthier (not consume all these processed foods) and then so that I can drop some weight quick in a healthy way.

I highly recommend this meal plan for any of the following people:

  • bodybuilders
  • want to feel like a million bucks
  • want to be healthier
  • want to drop weight the right way

All in all I spent $65 for a weeks worth of food. It might sound a little high, but believe me it is definitely worth it. Let me break down exactly what you need to buy to have this meal plan. Depending on what your aiming for you can add some things. If you’re aiming for putting some weight on you will need to get some form of Oates as well as a 5 lb bag of rice on top of everything I’m about to mention. If you are trying to cut weight like I am then do not add the Oates or rice.

Weekly Food Layout:

  • 8 lbs of beef
  • 3 dozen eggs
  • 14 cans of tuna in water only
  • Vegetable of your choice

You are not allowed to eat fast food or really anything with high carbs. If you do eat anything with sugar make sure you use Stevia. For the best results make sure that you workout at least 3 times a week on top of the meal plan.

Here is what my meal plan looks like on a daily basis:

  • Breakfast: 5 eggs
  • Lunch: 1 lb of beef with broccoli
  • Dinner: 2 cans of tuna.

Well guys I just showed you how to cut the fat and put on muscle. From here on out it is up to you to make the choice on whether you’re going to be an Olympian or just an average Joe. Best of luck to you.

Your friend in success,

Dylan Madden


PS It is you that must make the decision that you want to change not me. I can show you what you need to do, but it is up to you to change.


11 comments add yours

  1. “All in all I spent $65 for a weeks worth of food”

    Wow, I didn’t even know this was possible, even tho I care about what I eat, I always buy a snack here and there, I am still lean tho.

    But saving more money and investing it into the things that matter and yield results is always the better option.

    • Currently at $45-65. My diet as of late consists of chicken, broccoli, coffee, and water.

  2. Do you think i could use some mayo with my tuna? and substitute some beef with chicken because is cheaper?

  3. This diet sounds badass and like it’ll work. I can tell because it’s no carbs, high protein, and high fat. I’ve experimented with the steak and eggs diet which worked wonders for me. I wrote an article about it on my blog. Have you ever tired it, Dylan?

    Next time I’m thinking of doing an aggressive cut, I will try this out. I’m always opened to new ideas and different diets. After all, we are all on the path to find out what gives us the best results.

    Thanks for sharing!


  4. I saw your comment on Victor’s site on getting big and your post intrigued me which led to your site. I am 29, 5’10 and weigh 250. I obviously have a lot of fat to get rid of. It seems that the only thing missing in my life is a killer healthy body and a woman to share my life with. If I can get the body I will gain the confidence which will lead to women, at least that is how my simple mind works, ha!

    My biggest struggle has always been my diet. Finding one that is both simple and effective is hard to find. After reading this post your diet is about as simple as it gets. I wanted a diet that was so simple that I did not have to think about it and yours accomplishes that.

    I am going to start lifting again and with your diet plan to drop the fat I know I will find success. After I get to my desired body fat level I will add oats and rice like you said and get as big and strong as I can, naturally.

    Is that a good plan for a newbie: drop the fat and then gain as much muscle as possible?

    Since it has been so long since I lifted any weights I think I will start with the absolute basics and focus on compound lifts and just getting strong? What do you think?

    Thanks for the inspiration!

    • It will for sure bring about more confidence. This is a great diet plan that you can tweak to help gain or lose weight. What I would recommend is follow the above meal plan Sunday-Friday and then let Saturday be your cheat day. What you should do is do the basic workouts and hit the diet real hard to melt the fat off. Once you get to the desired fat level add oats and kill it in the gym.
      Since it has been a while since you lifted I would focus on the following exercises:
      *Weighted squats
      Feel free to email me with any further questions.

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