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... Dr. Mirkin's E-Zine January 13, 2002 (2 replies)
... Tjay...I remember my college years. Yes, you are sooo right....everything is twice baked and twice fried and so unhealthy. ... (33 replies)
Always tired
Apr 7, 2003
... the body needs. Too much of it and you get fat but too little of it and you have no energy. I know from what I've read and from first hand experience that too much protein and not enough carbs can make a person very tired but sleepless. ... (4 replies)

... You need to really watch your diet to make sure you're not going too low in calories or nutrients if you want to keep your muscle while you cut. What does your diet look like right now? ... (4 replies)
SkinnY Need help
Jun 5, 2005
... If you add too many calories and are not active it will definitely end up as fat gain. If you start weight training maybe 3x a week or started into a sport like basketball or soccer or swimming, it will help to keep your overall body fit and healthy. ... (1 replies)
... Eat Protein At Every Meal. ... (6 replies)
... Maximuscle products are good, but you pay a hefty premium for them and they won't last long if you take 1 or 2 shakes per day. ... (2 replies)
... ere the one that jumped into this topic with that condensending attitude, not to mention incorrect information. Just because it is written in a textbook doesn't make it a fact. ... (14 replies)
... You can build muscle and increase fitness at any age. I would recommend you start out by building strength first and watching the scale second. Join a gym. ... (5 replies)
Sigh... no results
Mar 10, 2004
... Okay... lets start at the beginning. Forget everything you have heard. I'll lay out the basics and then we can address specific points if needed... ... (40 replies)
... It is true that crunches do not trim the fat off the belly. But rarely do crunches build enough muscle to actually stick out. ... (1 replies)
... Sorry about that. I missed stats in the last one. If I had to guess, I'd say you're getting way too few calories. ... (4 replies)
... Off the top of my head, I'd say WAY too much bread, way too little protein. You have to cut or at least curb the bread addiction. It will absolutely cause you problems. ... (12 replies)
... The key to this is timing of meals and the WAY that you weight train. You can actually keep a daily caloric deficit and increase some muscle so long as you are getting in more, high quality calories around your training. What I mean by that is pre and post workout nutrition. ... (3 replies)
... And there is a prime example of it. Minimum protein intake should be approximately 0. ... (14 replies)
Saddlebags galore
Mar 28, 2006
... As for diet, while not patently bad, is probably your biggest problem for a couple reasons. First, for as much as you exercise, you are probably not eating enough. ... (5 replies)
... I wish I knew my body fat percentage, just so I could track my progress more accurately. ... (8 replies)
... There you have it. Twenty fabulous foods that not only won't blow your diet but help you have more energy and gain more muscle. There's no reason to starve or deny yourself good tasting food. ... (6 replies)
... After that, for mass, you want to do 4 sets. 1st set is 10 reps, 2nd set is 8 reps, 3rd set is 6 reps, and 4th set is 4 reps. ... (5 replies)
Jan 8, 2003
... I take it from your saying that you're been skinny all your life that you want to gain some weight. ... (10 replies)

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