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#863605 | Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 20:01:36
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#863606 | Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 20:02:44
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Methodology

1400 calories a day m-f
2200 weekends

4 days of 45 minutes of weights, 30+ minutes of cardio
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#863607 | Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 20:03:53
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no drinking during the week
only drink diet liquor drinks or light beer (miller lite) on the weekend

i'm back smoking cigs as well,

5 a day m-f
10 a day weekends
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#863608 | Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 20:05:13
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checklist:

go to doctor for psychical
get cholesterol test
dentist for cleaning
get my tooth fixed that i just fucked up
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#863609 | Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 20:05:38
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this is more of a general health thread i guess
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#863610 | Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 20:08:26
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i've been shopping like a fag recently

a lot of natural organic goods. awesome healthy granola type bars with 10g of protein and 200 cals that are all natural. can post them if anyone wants.

eating brown rice or salad for lunch every day

no red meat, mostly fresh or frozen veggies as well.

cutting out all not necessary bread
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#863611 | Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:06:26
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eat more
1400 calories is extremely low, hardly enough for a teenage girl
i eat 2200 calories every day of the week, exercise the same as you, weigh the same as you, and lose 1-2 lbs / week

post your height / age / body fat and i will make macro recommendations for you
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#863612 | Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:09:05
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appreciate the feedback

but i am trying to cut weight right now drastically.

not healthy i know. but i will maintain healthy eating after this and maintain the loss.

will up the calories soon. but i don't mind starving for a month
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#863613 | Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:10:23
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5' 9 1/2"
22.5 years old
don't know body fat but i would guess not that good
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#863614 | Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:10:29
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Quote (BBQ @ Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 20:08:26)
i've been shopping like a fag recently

a lot of natural organic goods. awesome healthy granola type bars with 10g of protein and 200 cals that are all natural. can post them if anyone wants.

eating brown rice or salad for lunch every day

no red meat, mostly fresh or frozen veggies as well.

cutting out all not necessary bread


you really can eat whatever you want as long as you have a healthy macronutrient (carb / fat / protein) and micronutrient (vitamin / mineral) profile
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#863615 | Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:11:50
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Quote (BBQ @ Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:09:05)
appreciate the feedback

but i am trying to cut weight right now drastically.

not healthy i know. but i will maintain healthy eating after this and maintain the loss.

will up the calories soon. but i don't mind starving for a month


heres the thing bill, why sacrifice lean mass (muscle) for the sake of losing weight faster?
when you starve yourself, your body is going to break down what muscle you currently have to sustain living
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#863617 | Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:16:08
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Quote (BBQ @ Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:09:05)
appreciate the feedback

but i am trying to cut weight right now drastically.

not healthy i know. but i will maintain healthy eating after this and maintain the loss.

will up the calories soon. but i don't mind starving for a month


heres the thing bill, why sacrifice lean mass (muscle) for the sake of losing weight faster?
when you starve yourself, your body is going to break down what muscle you currently have to sustain living


i hear you on that. that's why i'm lifting hard and maintaining 50+ grams of protein a day. taking vitamins. eating a lot of fruits and veggies. i admit i could add more fat in my diet.\

figure i can burn fat quickly (#1 goal atm)and slowly build muscle (#2)
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#863618 | Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:22:57
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Quote (BBQ @ Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:16:08)
Quote (___ @ Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:11:50)
Quote (BBQ @ Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:09:05)
appreciate the feedback

but i am trying to cut weight right now drastically.

not healthy i know. but i will maintain healthy eating after this and maintain the loss.

will up the calories soon. but i don't mind starving for a month


heres the thing bill, why sacrifice lean mass (muscle) for the sake of losing weight faster?
when you starve yourself, your body is going to break down what muscle you currently have to sustain living


i hear you on that. that's why i'm lifting hard and maintaining 50+ grams of protein a day. taking vitamins. eating a lot of fruits and veggies. i admit i could add more fat in my diet.\

figure i can burn fat quickly (#1 goal atm)and slowly build muscle (#2)


bill,

you cant gain muscle and lose fat at the same time. choose 1 or the other. 1 requires a surplus, the other a deficit

i eat 50g of protein in 1 meal. if you really want to feed your lean mass and sustain as much as possible, you need to eat closer to your bodyweight in grams of protein

some good reads:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15466943
http://www.jacn.org/content/23/5/373.full
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#863619 | Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:28:14
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will do.

by will do i mean skim it and read the conclusion
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#863620 | Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:29:46
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also consider that extremely low fat diet will fuck with your hormones / libido
i would suggest 1/4 of your bodyweight in grams as a minimum
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#863626 | Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 23:16:52
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Quote (BBQ @ Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:16:08)
Quote (___ @ Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:11:50)
Quote (BBQ @ Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:09:05)
appreciate the feedback

but i am trying to cut weight right now drastically.

not healthy i know. but i will maintain healthy eating after this and maintain the loss.

will up the calories soon. but i don't mind starving for a month


heres the thing bill, why sacrifice lean mass (muscle) for the sake of losing weight faster?
when you starve yourself, your body is going to break down what muscle you currently have to sustain living


i hear you on that. that's why i'm lifting hard and maintaining 50+ grams of protein a day. taking vitamins. eating a lot of fruits and veggies. i admit i could add more fat in my diet.\

figure i can burn fat quickly (#1 goal atm)and slowly build muscle (#2)


1g protein/lb body weight /day
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#863640 | Fri - Mar 8 2013 - 12:32:44
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since when is everyone a fitness expert on this site

also gl with your goals etc
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#863658 | Fri - Mar 8 2013 - 17:30:20
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Quote (Norse @ Fri - Mar 8 2013 - 12:32:44)
since when is everyone a fitness expert on this site

also gl with your goals etc


got sick of being fat
got educated
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#863661 | Fri - Mar 8 2013 - 17:51:01
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Quote (smoked @ Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 23:16:52)
Quote (BBQ @ Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:16:08)
Quote (___ @ Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:11:50)
Quote (BBQ @ Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:09:05)
appreciate the feedback

but i am trying to cut weight right now drastically.

not healthy i know. but i will maintain healthy eating after this and maintain the loss.

will up the calories soon. but i don't mind starving for a month


heres the thing bill, why sacrifice lean mass (muscle) for the sake of losing weight faster?
when you starve yourself, your body is going to break down what muscle you currently have to sustain living


i hear you on that. that's why i'm lifting hard and maintaining 50+ grams of protein a day. taking vitamins. eating a lot of fruits and veggies. i admit i could add more fat in my diet.\

figure i can burn fat quickly (#1 goal atm)and slowly build muscle (#2)


1g protein/lb body weight /day


i want to know how this is even possible with a normal diet (not eating protein powder/etc)
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#863662 | Fri - Mar 8 2013 - 17:53:29
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Quote (randomtask @ Fri - Mar 8 2013 - 17:51:01)
Quote (smoked @ Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 23:16:52)
Quote (BBQ @ Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:16:08)
Quote (___ @ Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:11:50)
Quote (BBQ @ Thu - Mar 7 2013 - 21:09:05)
appreciate the feedback

but i am trying to cut weight right now drastically.

not healthy i know. but i will maintain healthy eating after this and maintain the loss.

will up the calories soon. but i don't mind starving for a month


heres the thing bill, why sacrifice lean mass (muscle) for the sake of losing weight faster?
when you starve yourself, your body is going to break down what muscle you currently have to sustain living


i hear you on that. that's why i'm lifting hard and maintaining 50+ grams of protein a day. taking vitamins. eating a lot of fruits and veggies. i admit i could add more fat in my diet.\

figure i can burn fat quickly (#1 goal atm)and slowly build muscle (#2)


1g protein/lb body weight /day


i want to know how this is even possible with a normal diet (not eating protein powder/etc)


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search any day this year
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#863712 | Sat - Mar 9 2013 - 14:32:08
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thanks for the help gary

that website looks awesome. idk if you have an iphone or droid or w/e.

but is the app easy to use? i need a new cell phone and this may be the push i need to go buy an iphone 5
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#863909 | Tue - Mar 12 2013 - 19:19:19
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iphone 5 purchased
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#863921 | Tue - Mar 12 2013 - 22:02:38
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Quote (BBQ @ Sat - Mar 9 2013 - 15:32:08)
thanks for the help gary

that website looks awesome. idk if you have an iphone or droid or w/e.

but is the app easy to use? i need a new cell phone and this may be the push i need to go buy an iphone 5


i mainly use the regular web version at home or at work just because its easier to navigate than the app
but the app can scan barcodes which is pretty convenient
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#864146 | Sat - Mar 16 2013 - 16:49:25
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gl, just started running again myself
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#864147 | Sat - Mar 16 2013 - 16:49:37
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also gym just let me know im in default with them now
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#865440 | Wed - Apr 3 2013 - 19:13:00
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#865443 | Wed - Apr 3 2013 - 20:03:55
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double your protein goal
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#865444 | Wed - Apr 3 2013 - 20:38:04
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Should I do this via food or protein shake after gym
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#865445 | Wed - Apr 3 2013 - 20:38:52
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Was debating introducing protein shake
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#865446 | Wed - Apr 3 2013 - 21:02:09
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it doesnt matter where it comes from or when
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#866571 | Wed - Apr 24 2013 - 22:16:17
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depression conquered hopefully

will get back to this
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#866911 | Fri - May 3 2013 - 16:30:13
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