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... I use to be seriously into building mass, I am now getting back into a healthy lifestyle. Notice I said lifestyle... To build mass with a high metabolism is hard, but very possible. First, you need a high protein diet along with lot s of carbs to build mass. ... (3 replies)
... Well i Started taking a pill to help with other stuff and i was on the pill for 6 days and managed to lose like 7 or 6lbs. ... (2 replies)
... If you're looking to condition yourself, do push ups, and get a resistance band to strengthen your body in general. ... (2 replies)

... First you really need to find out what body type you are for a better idea on how to lift especially as it relates to the rest between sets question. ... (10 replies)
... body builder but I enjoy weight training and want to get bigger! ... (2 replies)
... tly so they don't need to work as hard at rest. However when the heart is working harder, it is because it is trying to meet the needs of the body which can mean a high metabolism. I know a guy with a VERY high metabolism, very high resting heart rate, but mostly sedentary. So it is going to depend on various factors. ... (4 replies)
... I believe that diet still plays a large role in any fitness regime. ... (4 replies)
... read my post and you will no doubt see that I made mention to weight training in the "off" week. It is my opinion that the most successful weight loss programs incorporate strength training in addition to aerobic workouts. ... (11 replies)
... Diets that are rich in calcium appear to prevent fat gain as well as increase fat metabolism during caloric restriction. ... (11 replies)
... Here are two simple guidelines that may help put a proper eating procedure in order. After a while, eating right will seem like the most natural thing in the world. ... (6 replies)
... will stop if you're keeping the calorie deficit as you continue to lose fat. At that point you can maintain the muscle you have built to keep metabolism high through sufficient protein and weight training, but now in order to gain more muscle you'll have to increase calorie intake which will halt fat loss. ... (13 replies)
... naxis, thank you so much! i infilled some of my answers... (8 replies)
... ng some lean muscle will be your first order of business. If you haven't worked out much before, it should be pretty easy in the beginning. If you can make it to a gym 2 or 3 times a week, thats a good start. Start with a full body workout each session. ... (5 replies)
... You must eat more high quality protein than you did before you were lifting. Most weight lifters would say a gram of complete proteins per pound of body weight. At minimum, 0.8 grams per pound. ... (5 replies)
... While it's true that building more muscle will raise your metabolism, weight lifting by itself will not add muscle. Weight lifting using high weight and low reps combined with a high calorie, high protein diet is how you gain muscle. ... (2 replies)
... then it is likely that the healthiest thing to try to do initially is gain muscle through strength training and healthy eating. ... (12 replies)
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Jul 26, 2006
... My metabolism is so ridiculously fast.. i hate it. ... (6 replies)
... again even with a caloric deficit? ... (13 replies)
... First off, you should go for much more than 130 g of protein a day if you want to bulk up. ... (13 replies)
... than nothing. Always. Even tacking on some walking at the end will be an improvement though. The running will get your heart rate up, but keeping moving even at a walking pace after the 10 or 15 minutes will keep heart rate high enough to be useful. Ideally, 30 minutes minimum, but do what you're able. ... (26 replies)

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