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Diet plan
Jan 27, 2007
... times a week i assume. 1 hr seems like a bit much you may only need 45 mins. ... (10 replies)
... First, if your clothes are fitting better then you are getting results. ... (4 replies)
... pack." Unfortunately, men carry excess weight around their midsection... so unless you are vigilent about your weight, body mass composition, and body fat precentage, you're going to keep that belly, even though the rest of you may be "thin. ... (2 replies)

... are you stressed out? ... (3 replies)
... t way to do that is with a protein shake as it's essentially predigested protein so it gets used right away rather than food which takes a while to digest but if you aren't taking any protein shakes then eat right after working out and make sure you get plenty of protein in that meal. ... (2 replies)
... is the way to go whether you're trying to lose fat or pack on muscle. ... (10 replies)
... to hit the weights first when your glycogen levels are at their highest. An added bonus from this is that by depleting yourself a bit through the weight training you will potentially burn more fatty acids while doing the cardio. ... (3 replies)
... and focus on your body composition. If you're going to burn fat you are going to lose weight. Not necessarily muscle. ... (5 replies)
... It sounds to me like you're trying to do too much too quickly. You're consuming 1600 total calories a day? ... (5 replies)
... is that you're barely around 1000 calories a day. You should not be losing weight that fast, and it might be cause for concern. ... (26 replies)
... What your trainer is trying to do is to increase your muscle mass in order to raise your metabolism which makes your body more effecient at burning fat all day long. While you're doing this initial muscle building phase, you may not see a lot of activity on the scale, but you will start to look and feel leaner. ... (1 replies)
... and it refuses to release the hormones necessary for faster healing, and for building up muscle tissue so are you burning fat and how much? ... (5 replies)
... I have a 6' foot daughter also. 158 is way too low for your height Actually 180 is about right. From your description, you are way too thin for your height and bonestructure I bet. ... (5 replies)
... Diet is definately key. Be aware there are a lot of diet myths out there and the one I am about to mention will make me very unpopular. ... (2 replies)
... my mom's always been telling me that it's not good to eat tuna more than a couple of times a week or something..'cause there's something in it that isn't good if you eat too much of it? ... (8 replies)
... Calories are the primary factor in determining fat loss. ... (1 replies)
... I think the first thing that came to mind when reading is if you are eating enough of the right foods. ... (6 replies)
... If I understand correctly, you goals at this point are just to get more generally fit. Drop some fat and add some muscle tone. Your revamped diet should go a long way in helping you reach that goal. Are you currently or planning to lift weights? ... (2 replies)
Arkie6, a question
Sep 16, 2001
... Yes, insulin is integral to fat storage. But, insulin is also essential for muscle maintenance and growth. This is why insulin is pretty much the universal drug of choice for athletes... you'll find competitors in virtually every sport who make use of insulin as a performance enhancer. ... (3 replies)
... pounds of fat a week on a "doing everything right" program. If you're losing more weight than that, it isn't fat. It could be water or muscle, but you want to avoid that. Too much water loss could indicate dehydration and muscle loss will drop metabolism. ... (8 replies)




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