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How to lose bulk?
Mar 10, 2004
... This will enable you to lose around a pound a week if you do nothing else. ... (5 replies)
How to lose bulk?
Mar 10, 2004
... I heard that you will actually lose weight a lot faster with a little bit of high rep weight lifting. I also have 40 pounds of fat I need to lose. I'm 229, my goal is 180. ... (5 replies)
... em to make a lot of sense to me but that's just my opinion based on my experience. I don't see that it wouldn't work, just not how I would do it. As for losing bulk by having so much time in between body parts.... ... (8 replies)

... If he has fat to burn than he shoud be having less calories. But you said that he wants to bulk up not lose weight. He won't be able to build alot of muscle and lose weight at the same time. To lose weight you need a to create a calorie deficit. To build muscle more calories are needed. ... (7 replies)
... Do you want to bulk up or lose fat? ... (2 replies)
... if i bulked and then went into military training i would lose everything because when you bulk ur metabolism raises becos of u eating so much and then suddenly going into only 3 meals a day youd lose everything.. ... (6 replies)
... I think a lot of other people would agree with me, your goals will be very difficult to obtain. Its a hard balance to bulk up on muscle and lose weight. Muscle you need to fuel and thats why there's whey proteins, pills, powders, weight gainers, and the such. And losing weight kind of cuts against that. ... (3 replies)
... will not bulk up. I find that I might feel slightly larger at first with any new workout routine, but then I just get into better shape, but never bulky. ... (11 replies)
... I have been trying to lose weight for the last few months. I am well aware that I need to do both cardio and weights to gain the desire affects. ... (3 replies)
... Anyway to get down to the story, i want to bulk build my arms and shoulder and peck area, legs. while losing weight in my stomach so i can get some defination. ... (2 replies)
... Don't be too concerned right after lifting. You get a 'pump' from lifting due to a rush of blood into the muscle tissue which bulks it up. If a few days later the bulk hasn't gone away (any bulk you're not happy about anyway) then decrease the weight you're working with. Lower weight, higher rep will keep the muscle toned without building it. (2 replies)
... i havent done weight training in a few years, and my bulk hasnt moved. ahhh!! ... (12 replies)
... The way your muscles react to weight training is largely genetic. Most women don't bulk up easily, but there are always exceptions. You may never get "skinny toned" arms, so just try to be your personal best. ... (2 replies)
... but i also heard that you don't lose the muscle you gained from creatine after the use of it stops as long as you keep getting enough protein, carbs, and calories. ... (5 replies)
... ametime your approach and strategy to training has to be very well planned and then consistantly executed. It is true that you have to be in a calorie deficit to lose fat, but if your diet and traiining are correct, you can still build muscle while in a calorie deficit. ... (2 replies)
... without cardio is a good way to get your body's metabolism up longer to burn the bodyfat. You will not bulk like a guy....that is a common myth. Women do not have enough testosterone to do this. ... (3 replies)
... If you have excess fat to lose still, if you gain some muscle under it, it might look bulky, but most women, when lean, do not get bulky. Lack of testosterone. ... (2 replies)
Lose and Build
May 15, 2003
... I want to lose this excess weight and bulk up. ... (1 replies)
... omen need the extra protein. I think a balanced diet of real, whole foods is our best bet. I think it is more beneficial for men who can use the extra protein to bulk up. ... (11 replies)
... Muscle gain in general will increase your metabolism to help maintain low body fat. But the fat distribution is not dependent on which muscles are bulked up. If you want to increase muscle, include your big muscles -- back (pullups, rows), chest (pushups, dips), and legs (squats, lunges) -- as well as your abdominal core in your strength training. What I have read are... (3 replies)




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