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Schrinediggity 04-07-2005 09:34 AM

Hi i'm new, can i get some advice
 
Hi all, i'm new to this forum it seems like your a helpful bunch. Here is the deal. In high school i used to lift alot and i was in good shape about 11% bf but i was strong. Well i injured my shoulder and took 2 years off of lifting. In the mean time some of that muscle turned to fat. In high school i wsa 5'-9" 190 lbs 11%bf now i'm 5'9" 225 %bf unkown (don't know if i want to know :( )lol Ive gotten back in the gym and i'm able to lift pretty much the same weight i could in high school, maybe a little less on some. Right now i'm going to the gym about three times a week, lifting for about 45 min then do 15 min on the bike or 15-20 min running on the eliptical machine, then sometimes i follow that with 15 minutes of swimming probably once a week. My diet is very bad in the morning i have like a bagel with pb&j lunch is usually a 6" sub from subway and some baked chips. dinner varies but about 3 of the 7 days a week its processed food. I KNOW ITS A HORRIBLE DIET. What advice can you give me to lose about 25-35 lbs.

Dave876 04-07-2005 01:39 PM

Depends on how drastic you want to cut?..First things first clean up the diet,get some more quality protein in there,and clean up the carbs you are eating..Also don't forget your healthy fats(fish oils,flax oil,Natural peanut butter etc...)

apocalypse 04-07-2005 01:42 PM

First of all u need to start going to the gym 1 more day per week. Then, you need to up the time u are doing on bike, also, do the swimming everyday. If you are manage to loose about 10 pounds, then start doing some EC stack or I prefer 7 cort :D

Dr X 04-07-2005 01:53 PM

Just so you know, muscle dosen't turn into fat. You just get fat. Anyway diet is extremly important. A CKD diet would probably work well for you. I would seperate your lifting from your cardio if possible. Lift each body part once a week over 4 days and do your cardio either on your off days or at a different time of day. You should come around fairly quick if you stay consistant.


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