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... hours after eating is next best. ... (5 replies)
Apron Tummy
Feb 22, 2006
... Hmm, interesting... I will add in some weight training then twice a week, do I replace the cardio workout with that then? ... (17 replies)
1000 Cals A Day
Dec 17, 2005
... Thanks Naxis. Have any good tips on Healthy meals i could eat? ... (10 replies)

... I workout twice daily. Once for cardio, once for weights. ... (7 replies)
... g of protein. If you eat at work, bring more eggs, or if you eat at home, maybe a small egg white omelette. If you're going to have bread, multigrain is a good choice and morning is the best time to have it. Oatmeal would be better. Maybe alternate. ... (4 replies)
... Alright, good info. ... (13 replies)
Jun 9, 2006
... elf all fired up to tell me about my metabolic rate, or how many calories I need to support my lean mass, or about protein and carbs, and no white food, and only good fats, let me just tell you that I already know that stuff. ... (6 replies)
... Yes, you can build decent muscle using this approach, providing your workout schedule is right. ... (27 replies)
Where do i begin?
May 31, 2006
... other thing I REALLY need to work on. I try to get in enough protein, but I'm never really hungry until later at night. I have a protein shake for breakfast, one after my workout, and I try to squeeze in another some time before bed. For lunch I'll eat a PBJ or tuna sandwhich, and dinner is always up in the air. ... (0 replies)
... i am trying to get back in shape, after a little bit of 'hibernation' during the winter months. i estimate i have about 10lbs of body fat to lose, and i would like to gain a bit of lean muscle mass. ... (5 replies)
Tone the stomach
Apr 14, 2004
... then have your bedtime snack an hour before you go to bed. Try not to eat anything after 9 at night and try to keep your dinner before 6pm. Just remember give yourself some time for your body to digesting the food before have a snack and a meal. ... (4 replies)
... As far as the cardio I started with 20 mins. on the bike on the "fat burning" selection then worked up to 25. After reading another post stating interval training would work better for burning fat I put the bike in manual mode and warmed up for about 2 min. ... (12 replies)
Eating Habbits
May 13, 2003
... I try to get a workout in after breakfast and use the next meal to recover with plenty of minerals and nutrients. ... (2 replies)
... The vitamins and fatty acids are actually going to be helpful with a high protein diet. I used to do the same thing for breakfast every morning. ... (8 replies)
... A little over a year ago, I quit smoking, and my weight at that time was 158. Yeah, I put on a good bit of weight! I found a spot on the couch when I quit smoking and basically didn't get up unless it was to go to the fridge. ... (3 replies)
... Cardio is crucial to your workouts. I do believe that all cardio and no strength training is not a good thing but better than nothing at all. You can lose muscle if your cardio routine is extreme. ... (9 replies)
Dumb question
Mar 5, 2005
... After you eat, your stomach expands to hold the food you just ate. That is why your rib cage doesn't extend all the way down over your stomach. Abs tend to look good in the morning before breakfast or during a workout. They rarely look good after a big lunch. ... (4 replies)
... Small meals throughout the day may be a good idea for you to try. ... (16 replies)
... So you honestly think that workout plan is good? ... (10 replies)
Naxis question
Apr 26, 2005
... un. I am a runner. I run 5 to 7 miles a day 5 days a week. On the 6 th day I normally do the glider for a hour. The 7 miles is once a week normally on Sunday after my day off. I also lift 2 times a week. ... (7 replies)

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