CrossFit Brisbane Meal Plans

"Eat meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch and no sugar. Keep intake to levels that will support exercise but not body fat. " – Coach Greg Glassman

Building Meal Plans

Building a meal plan is very simple.

First work out how much you should eat by reading the Zone Meals & Blocks Article from Use the table to determine what size human you are to find out how many blocks you should be eating a day.

Let’s use the example of a Large Adult Male who based on the table, should be eating 19 blocks. We can break this into 3 large 5 block meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) and two small 2 block snacks (afternoon tea and post-training).

Then it is just a matter of picking what you want to eat for the day based on the meals we have provided. For example, a healthy (and delicious) meal plan for the day may look like …

Breakfast – 5 Block Scrambled Eggs with Ham, Sweet Potato and Avocado

Lunch – 5 Block Pre-packed Chicken, Sweet Potato and Vegetable

Afternoon Snack – 2 Block Yogurt, Berries & Nut Snack

Post-Training – 2 Block Banana and Strawberry Smoothie

Dinner – 5 Block Salmon & Vegetables

The way you plan out the meals and what you choose is totally up to you as long as you don’t exceed 5 blocks in any one meal, and have at least 2-3 hours between meals.