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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-21-2012, 04:59 PM
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Also, take supplements that are regulates the cortisol, insuline and blood sugar levels.
Definitely NOT necessary. I wouldn't recommend these, unless you plan on competing (bodybuilding comp.) and trying to get sub 6% bf.
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Definitely NOT necessary. I wouldn't recommend these, unless you plan on competing (bodybuilding comp.) and trying to get sub 6% bf.
Actually yes,
High amounts of cortisol in the system can cause weight gain.During of psychological and physical stress,excess cortisol is produced and at the same time promotes weight gain, depositing fat mostly in abdominal area.
I my opinion a mix martial athlete stress level is much higher than the bodybuilders.
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Actually yes,
High amounts of cortisol in the system can cause weight gain.During of psychological and physical stress,excess cortisol is produced and at the same time promotes weight gain, depositing fat mostly in abdominal area.
I my opinion a mix martial athlete stress level is much higher than the bodybuilders.
So you find it NECESSARY?

I'm talking about the main basics of what he needs. There is no reason to be taking pills if everything else isn't in check.

In my eyes: results = diet 80%, routine 15%, supplements 5%.

If he has everything exactly in check with his diet and routine then I would consider supplements. Most people half ass on their diet, and their routine sucks. That's 40% + 10% = 50% less results.

Diet>Routine>Supplements
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So you find it NECESSARY?

I'm talking about the main basics of what he needs. There is no reason to be taking pills if everything else isn't in check.

In my eyes: results = diet 80%, routine 15%, supplements 5%.

If he has everything exactly in check with his diet and routine then I would consider supplements. Most people half ass on their diet, and their routine sucks. That's 40% + 10% = 50% less results.

Diet>Routine>Supplements
I was referring to people that are training at same or almost the same level as real UFC fighters.

I would say 2% supplements.
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I was referring to people that are training at same or almost the same level as real UFC fighters.

I would say 2% supplements.
Lol! I was going to say 2% but I was afraid you argue about that.

Anyway, if you are referring to top level athletes like UFC fighters, than okay... But I didn't know the OP was a UFC fighter? Whoops?

I guess pills are one way to treat it; if you want to go that route.
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Few tips to lose weight.

Get yourself in a caloric deficit, burn off more than you take in.

All calories are not equal.
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You guys have special advice for cutting weight for the first time of my life?

I have a BJJ tournament on Sept. 16.

Currently weighing between 160-165 lbs. but I'm kind of overweight right now.

In the first 2 weeks of September I'll be burning off around 7 lbs. of fat.

I'll be at 158 maximum by Sept. 13.

Is making 135.5 lbs. realistic or do I have to settle with 149?

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post #18 of 18 (permalink) Old 12-18-2012, 05:07 PM
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Weight loss i very major problem for mostly people it is the best tips i think exercise daily go to the gym and diet also very good for the weight loss, swimming is another important factor to the weight loss, and running is last the best way to weight loss.Gym Vernon Hills

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