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Old 02-23-2009, 01:57 PM   #1
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hi everyone.

for the past few days i have been reading so many articles/guides about HIIT and Strength to cut down fat.

I am about 5'10" and weigh around 220 lb. my BF is around 30-35%

i came up w/ this plan.

2 days of lifting weight
3/4 days of HIIT. i am a beginner so i started with

1 min @ 7 mph sprint followed by 1-1.5 minutes of 3.5 mph walk.
i do that for around 20 mins.

What do you guys think of this plan?
Also i need help with my diet plan.
how much calories will i need a day?
For the past 2 weeks i have been eating subway. I don't know if the bread from subway is good or bad for me.

Thanks all
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Old 02-23-2009, 02:12 PM   #2
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quite eating subway. quit eating processed foods.
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Read the stickies. There is nothing wrong with Subway so long as you're making healthy choices there.

7mph isn't a sprint. Read the HIIT thread. Keepping up with your heart rate while you're doing cardio can be very advantageous.

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Why do all people in american BODYBUILDING forum seem to be only interested in fat loss?

of course not all, but a large majority.


Please don't be angry, it's just a question...
...I find it very strange

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Old 02-23-2009, 05:23 PM   #5
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Why do all people in american BODYBUILDING forum seem to be only interested in fat loss?

of course not all, but a large majority.


Please don't be angry, it's just a question...
...I find it very strange
for me its because i have tried losing 40 lbs just w/ diet and a little bit of exercise but it was hard to maintain. Once i started eating normal w/o exercise, i gained 25 lbs back. That is why i am trying to lose weight while keeping muscle lost at minimum.
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