By doing the math you consume at most 884 calories from protein, and 400
calories from carbs.
Even if you Consumed 100 grams of Fat Daily your Caloric intake would still
(2184 calories) Probably be Deficient for your Goals
The following is an extreme example but it puts in perspective what gaining
muscle mass can require.
The picture on the right is Michael Phelps who has won a record 8 gold medals
in swimming in the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
By looking at his picture it would be hard to tell that Phelps eats upwards of 12,000 calories per day during training, which includes a pound of
pasta and a large pizza for dinner while training.
With that extreme caloric intake you would expect Phelps to be either obese
or a gigantic bodybuilder but no, he looks lean and slim.
It is highly unlikely that your level of training and / or metabolism are on
the same kind of freakish levels of an elite Olympic athlete but it shows you
that in order to gain muscle, you may have to consume large amounts of calories.
This Being said, you have 2 Options
1. Eat More
With your level of activity, especially 6 days of cardio you simply need to
consume more calories (preferably from clean sources, but anything calorically
dense could be on the menu).
Your carbohydrate intake is borderline malnutrition for your activity level.
Eat good amounts of complex carbohydrates with each meal. Oats,
whole grain breads, brown rice are some of the best sources.
With the exception of weight class competitors before competition, the
amount of protein in the diet should NEVER be more than carbs, period.
Fats serve many purposes in your diet as well. Make sure you include
nuts, seeds or EFA supplements in your diet.
2. Train Less
You do not need to exercise 11 times per week to gain muscle. 3 high
intensity, short duration full body workouts on non-consecutive days would be
the best way to stimulate your hormones to become anabolic and build muscle.
Focus on full body and large muscle group type exercises and leave out
excessive biceps curls, triceps, extensions, and other small muscle group
Cardio is optional but avoid any marathon sessions focusing on short duration
(less than 30 minutes) high intensity intervals no more than 3 days per week.
When it comes down to it, you have to choose a goal. Most people cannot
achieve multiple goals at the same time. Pick what is more important to
you, gaining muscle or staying lean.