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post #11 of 35 (permalink) Old 10-12-2007, 11:05 AM Thread Starter
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so dont eat nuts.
i thought those were good protein..
well give me a day chart for me to look off of
oh ya i weigh 203 now

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post #12 of 35 (permalink) Old 10-12-2007, 03:39 PM
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203 good job keep it up

nuts are very high in calories. not saying theyre bad. just saying they do not fit in your diet. btw, nuts = mainly fats, and some protein and carbs.

do you lift weights?
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wow really? cool, but i didnt mean beating them by strength. Everyone my age thinks that is what its all about but as has been said before, good technique will beat strength anyday of the week.

and as for the eating thing i wouldnt mine pizza every other week or so but i usually try to snack on fruit or some celery but we usually dont have a lot of it at my house. I have to sometimes go shopping with my parents and ask them for it.

Your right i shouldnt be so cocky, i regret saying that.
ok cool

just don't take diet/lifting before school/social life like I did.
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post #14 of 35 (permalink) Old 10-12-2007, 06:27 PM Thread Starter
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ovously i lift wights lol
but ya i dont do like heavy shit but i am just trying to work back up i havent worked out in a couple years so.but ya thanks you guys

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what's your current routine like?
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post #16 of 35 (permalink) Old 10-12-2007, 06:46 PM Thread Starter
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Work out
mondays-bike 15 min/punching bag/squats/leg curls/sit ups
tuesday-bike 15/run 5/crunches/curls/bench press/sit ups/back workouts
wensday-bike 15/run15
thursday-bike 15 min/punching bag/squats/leg curls/sit ups
friday-bike 15/run 5/crunches/curls/bench press/sit ups/back workouts
saturday-bike 15/run15
sunday-off

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post #17 of 35 (permalink) Old 10-12-2007, 06:55 PM
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not bad

what works for me when cutting:

wake up:
200mg caffeine tablet+water+green tea extract, no food:
40 minute constant low-medium cardio.
right after: a meal.

not recommendending caffeine tablets for 16 year old though.

then i do weights in afternoon.

you could try factoring in deadlifts/overhead press/weighed chest dips. (3 of 4 my favorite exercises, and squats )
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iight man thanks
whats with this green tee stuff everyone is drinkin it

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post #19 of 35 (permalink) Old 10-13-2007, 03:35 PM
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many benefits, the ones I look for and believe work are:
boosts metabolism
promotes fat burning

some other ones from a site (not necessarily true)

Green Tea Extract Benefits

There are many health benefits of
green tea extract, below is a quick list highlighting
some of them:
Green tea leaf extract contains EGCG, a powerful antioxidant 200 times more potent
than vitamin E
Its rich in bioflavonoid, and protects against digestive and respiratory infections It has thermogenic effects that
aids in weight loss without causing jitters or other
unwanted side effects
Green tea extract helps decrease hormone activity and is an effective treatment for acne
Green tea leaf is anti bacterial, helps lower cholesterol, reduces inflammation, and lowers blood pressure
It also help prevent some forms of cancer including colon, pancreatic, and stomach
Green tea extract stimulates the immune system, and also helps defend against dental plaque
Green tea extract also protects against liver damage
Some new research suggests green
tea may help prevent liver transplant failure in
patients
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Your Diet should consist of low carbs, low fats and somewhat low calorie

Here is my favorite

Stir Fry- This dish is easy to make and is loaded with nutrients and is my personal favorite not only as a side for a meal but it can also be a snack.

Broccoli, Carrots, Cauliflower, Bean Sprouts, Apsaragus, Corn, Green Beans. Steamed in a pot for about 5 minutes. It sounds like it would be nasty but once you add stir fry sauce it's actually pretty good.

Sadly if you've always been overweight, it's going to be hard to get slim because for the most part you'll just be fighting genetics, which, by the way, isn't easy at all.

But one thing I always tell guys that are looking to lose weight is to pick up a grappling class (submission wrestling, BJJ) a person around 200 pounds burns a little over 500 calories in a 1 hour session
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