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... but I do know that cardio exercise helps my stomach quite a bit, without necessarily making me get too skinny in other areas. Although you don't "target" fat loss and supposedly lose all over, I do notice that I tend to lose more in my trouble areas and some areas, like my legs, stay about the same. ... (4 replies)
Need Expert Advice
Feb 26, 2005
... and below is getting close to competition type leanness. Finding a bodyfat level that you can maintain is a very individual thing. ... (9 replies)
Oct 15, 2002
... Yes, you have no energy because you are not eating properly. This also goes somewhat to explaining your third point i.e. "why do I need to eat properly? ... (2 replies)

... here ya go. I know in your situation you may not be able to do or eat everything as you really ought to, but finding a happy medium you can live with will make a difference. ... (7 replies)
... In the most simplistic terms, to gain weight, eat more. To make as much of that muscle as possible, lift some nice heavy weights. ... (7 replies)
... I need 0.8 g of protein per pound of bodyweight? ... (14 replies)
... That's perfect. And getting protein in every meal is very important. You may want to try to keep a food journal for a couple days and then look up how much total protein you're getting on any given day. ... (4 replies)
... Calories are the primary factor in determining fat loss. ... (8 replies)
... You could use a diet overhaul for more efficient fat burning and nutrition. ... (7 replies)
... Avoid shakes if you can add real food into your diet. One can of tuna has around 37g of protein, 1g fat, no carbs and only 150 calories. ... (10 replies)
... First, if you plan to build any muscle, you need to be weight training. If running is your only exercise, you will end up losing some fat but also some muscle which will slow your metaboilsm and hinder further fat loss. Do you have any kind of weight training program? ... (3 replies)
... Try not to get too discouraged! ... (3 replies)
Training Food?
Mar 16, 2006
... real" food, and you don't have to eat it with milk so it will shave a few calories off right there. Or just an egg omelette with veggies instead. ... (7 replies)
... Getting 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)
New Diet
Mar 9, 2006
... no. High in saturated fat. Not helpful for fat loss. A hard boiled egg would be a better choice. You need around 1g of protein per pound of bodyweight per day. Chicken, fish, eggs, dairy and occasional lean red meat. ... (9 replies)
Apr 4, 2006
... First, with the exercise you're doing, you have added some lean muscle, which is more dense than fat and shows up as additional weight on the scale. ... (4 replies)
I need some help!
Nov 24, 2003
... n lean tissue after a while because of enhanced levels of cortisol hormone in your body. And more significantly your body can only metabolise a certain amount of fat before it looks for an alternate source of energy. ... (4 replies)
Nov 11, 2002
... also make sure you get about 1. ... (4 replies)
... body fat weekly or so. ... (5 replies)
... esting less then a minute between each set. For cardio I usually do running, jogging, jump roping and a punching bag. I try and cycle between them and not put to much pressure on my knees to often. Usually I try and do cardio at least five days a week. ... (3 replies)

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