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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-26-2007, 02:08 AM Thread Starter
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Recommendations on Workout/Diet..

I've recently realized how much I've gained weight lately. I want to lose it all again.. as I ended up balooning these pass couple of years. What do you guys recommend in order for me to lose some of the weight?(Currently 6'0 210lbs). I've started doing some cardio(Treadmill) for like 45mins to an hour everyday(7 days). Am I starting off right? Also.. what would be a recommended diet for me?
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I've recently realized how much I've gained weight lately. I want to lose it all again.. as I ended up balooning these pass couple of years. What do you guys recommend in order for me to lose some of the weight?(Currently 6'0 210lbs). I've started doing some cardio(Treadmill) for like 45mins to an hour everyday(7 days). Am I starting off right? Also.. what would be a recommended diet for me?
90% of losing weight will be your diet.

Avoid dairy, white carbs and red meat.
(Sugar and Saturated fats are a no-no.)

Eat lean meat like chicken and fish instead. KFC doesn't count. Also drink only water and eat veggies. Mix in some brown rice or whole wheat bread but stick to mostly lean meats and veggies. It's actually very simple, the hard part is whether or not you have the will to stay strict when you see that box of donuts or new Burger King ad.

Edit: Also, if you eat a salad dont be one of those people who say they had a salad for lunch but put on a pound of Ranch dressing. Be smart. It's all about the calories.
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Well, i just typed up the greatest post of all time and got "In order to view this page, you are required to be logged in..." and the greatest post of all time was lost in time.

So im going to post a link, this link tells you everything i said but is not layed out as nicely.
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You follow anything close to this diet and you will cut bodyfat while maintaining strength/muscle.
You choose not to follow it, all i can reccomend is:

Morning = no fats, high carbs
night = fats, no carbs
Meals are either PROTEIN + carbs or PROTEIN + fats, with atleast 2 meals having Veggies(frozen, green pepps, spinich, brocilli)

Carbs = Oatmeal(not instant), brown rice, WW pasta, some wholegrains are ok, flax/rye hot cerials
fats = from eggs,fish,flaxseed oil(one of the best fat sources things you can buy, buy a liter at a health store)

TIP: Cook all meats ahead of time, Dont cut calories too fast(go 300 calories per day below maintenance your first week, then every week or two weeks cut another 200 calories perday), dont go too crazy on cardio its mostly diet.

So if you maintain your normal BW at around 2800 calories then :
week1&2 : go for 2500, week 3&4 2300, week 5&6 2200. Figure it out, aim to lose 1-1.5lbs/week when starting out, it will lower as you cut. You might notice you cut alot after first week because of lowering carb intake.



Best nighttime meal:
Cottage cheese+ flaxseed oil

atleast 4-5 meals/day, I do 6.

Cheers, GL

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Avocados are another great source of healthy fats, also almonds.




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Develop a good diet and exercise routine. Low Fats and Carbs

And i've said this before.

Pick up a bjj or submission grappling class and within the first 3-4 mothes, you'll lose a good 10-20 pounds guaranteed
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Develop a good diet and exercise routine. Low Fats and Carbs

And i've said this before.

Pick up a bjj or submission grappling class and within the first 3-4 mothes, you'll lose a good 10-20 pounds guaranteed
There is no good diet with low carbs and low fats for someone who trains and or worksout.
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Okay... one of my friends is s recommending using whey protein as a meal suppliment but I dont know..doesnt whey protein make you bulk up?

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Excess calories makes your bulk up. Whey protein is a fast digesting protein.
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post #9 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-03-2007, 03:59 PM
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Here Is My Diet!

Eat Right Eat It Slow No Perservatives No Frozen Crap! Organic Is The Best!

And Train Boxing Give It All You Got! Mind,body,technicality!

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