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Fast Weight Lose? by Matilda Greenfoot - Sat, 25 Mar 2017 22:38:28 EST ID:6pn5V0Ck No.94018 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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5'8 190lbs, 25y/o, male
Wanna get down to 150 or some shit over the summer.

Best methods?

Thought of oral amphetamines, but might be doing some job seeking soon.

1200 cal diet?

Need to get my bike put back together after beating it to shit last years rides. But how much biking would I need to burn that?
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Hugh Ballylatch - Wed, 29 Mar 2017 22:17:02 EST ID:6pn5V0Ck No.94023 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>94021

Yeah, I should count cals better. To be truthful if I lived alone I'd be rail thin from being cheap to buy food.

>>94019

Will give it a try.
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Angus Bronkindale - Sat, 08 Apr 2017 11:59:21 EST ID:F/adbwiG No.94060 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>94019
low GI foods don't do that.
Its insulin spike now versus insulin spike later.

the only way to lose weight is to intake less energy than you expend.
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Fucking Harrydad - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 11:34:04 EST ID:JXZTuse3 No.94086 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>94018
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Charlotte Mongertudge - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 14:15:37 EST ID:6o3aaAeW No.94087 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>94060
>insulin spike now vs insulin spike later
No, that's not how it works at all.
There is no insulin spike. We're talking about a slow, constant energy feed. We're talking about higher levels of satiation throughout the day as well as higher levels of energy for multiple hours. Even if you don't take advantage of this, your body will.

I'm just tired of this 'less in, more out' one-size-fits-all approach to fitness.
Because, let's be real here, none of us are actually trying to 'lose weight'. That's a mistake.
What we're all really trying to do is convert fat cells into muscles. If OP is 180 pounds now and has a beer belly and then in a year from now he's 180 pounds of ripped muscle, he didn't lose any weight, yet he achieved all his goals.
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Samuel Binkinchuck - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 00:45:59 EST ID:7x16C/ow No.94090 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>94087
I come back to this board after years of working as a trainer, physical therapist, and competative weightlifter and powerlifter and cannot tell if people are trolling anymore.

youre entire post is wrong and you should feel bad.

losing weight means losing fat.

Of course gaining muscle is the goal.

this doesn't debunk the idea that eating at a caloric deficit allows for weight loss.

Just stop.


My Fitness life after Heart Surgery. by The 1st Fuzzy - Sun, 02 Apr 2017 18:15:00 EST ID:TsW1Ty5D No.94033 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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First lets be clear here, I am high as I am writing this but what I say is the truth.

3 Years ago I had my major Heart Surgery that kinda saved my life and gave me a 2nd chance for life, but not without its challenges into having that good life 2nd chance.

Halfway during Recovery from the Surgery my back gave out and I lost all the muscle strength in my back. It kinda hurt like when I was trying to walk because it felt like a steel bar was on my back. And after 6 (can't spell) Chiropractors (all good, auto correct!) I started physical therapy.

They tested my will and my strength and pushed it to its limit and maybe even past that. After 3 times a week for 6 months I had finally graduated my physical therapy, I just wish my grandmother could of been here because she passed December of last year. But Shes watching over me now and I promised her to forgive the people that have hurt me in my life and to always make sure I am trying to better myself.

So even before she passed I started my own little workout to only last one hour for each day. I started with lifting a water jug over my head from my waist with my arms all the way down to my legs 25 times at times then over time I am now to 200 times. But the water jug broke and now I am using my chair stool that has a nice padded side to it so if I get too out of it I can rest it on my chest that has my heart surgery scar on it for a bit then carry on. Anyways I lay on the floor and lift that up about 30 times now. After that I do bridging that is like a crab walk but with no walk and just moving your hips up with your legs. I do those 100 times each with holding for 5 seconds each time I go up.

Doctors say my spinal disk is being slowly fused with my hip bone.

Anyways what do you think?
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Cedric Mazzleham - Sun, 02 Apr 2017 20:55:16 EST ID:jf7oW54O No.94034 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>94033
200 is too many reps maybe. Im still studying to be a personal trainer, but you want to build muscle without wearing out anything too much. I personally like more weight in reps of 15-20 only 1-2 sets.
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Angus Bronkindale - Sat, 08 Apr 2017 11:57:24 EST ID:F/adbwiG No.94059 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>94034
anything above 15 is cardio.

you are using oxidative phosphorlation energy systems, which is basically fat for energy....which is cardio

if you want to build muscle...
>you must increase volume
>people who increase strength increase volume better than those who dont
>people who train for strength have genetic markers that indicate higher rates of hypertrophy
>people who train for strength have higher rates of myoprotein synthesis
>people who train for strength have more markers indicating more muscle damage
>people who train for strength have more testosterone, igf-1, GH, and lower cortisol than those who train high reps

you are basically telling this person to do cardio with weights.


Bulking? by Isabella Droblingway - Wed, 29 Mar 2017 22:18:56 EST ID:dist2LGw No.94024 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi. 5'10 135lbs. I want to bulk up and get jacked son. I currently have two 35lb dumbells but thats it. I don't care for gyms because I can't stand being around people. What can I buy to get j4cked at home? The most cost effective route is...kettlebells? Thanks

Pic related joey diaz
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Nigel Soppershit - Sun, 02 Apr 2017 00:09:29 EST ID:jf7oW54O No.94031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>94024
Spend all your money on food. Seriously eat like 4000 calories on your lifting days (3 days rest between) then cut on your ab and cardio day (4 days in between)
Sleep well, learn more kinds of pushups. Always do 15 reps of better, never do sets of 3. Try to be creative


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