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Old 03-16-2005, 08:50 PM   #1
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I am new here and a rookie so be aptient I am learning.I am 32 yrs old 6 foot 1 tall and weigh about 280.I did weigh 315 so I think I am doing something right.My question is I have a gut and man boobs and want to know the best workout or the best exercise I can do to get rid of this..I have been lifting and riding bike at the gym and lost 35 lbs, but I wanna loose more.I have roumatoid arthritis from head to toe therefore my joints arent very strong and I have morning stiffness problems.bone and joint pain has decreased since I have started working out but still there.My main concern is what can I do to get rid of the man boobs and the spare tire.I would like to find a better diet but dont know where to start.I have been eating better then in the past but still need help with diet.I work night and have a phsically and mentally demanding job plus the hours I work dontg help much.Thx for any advice!!!!
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Old 03-16-2005, 09:57 PM   #2
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This might help
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For the joint pain you might want to look into Labrada ElastiJoint. It has pretty much everything you need to support healthy joints, although you won't notice any change for atleast a month but it should help a ton.
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well I take like 2-4000 mg a day of glucousamine and it has helped greatly but mainly I have noticed just regular exercise has helped a lot..Anyhow Kilo like I said I am a rookie and I do appreciate the link but that is like greek to me lol...If anyones got anything more simple like a diet plan like the food and work out plan I surely would appreciate it!!!
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Max-Ot for the workout plan. You can start out at about 45 min., three times a week. It's free at ast-ss.com.

For cutting fat and keeping muscle, IMO, nothing beats the CKD. You can get all the info at c-k-d.com.

I do both of the above, not verbatim, I've modified it over time to better fit my custom needs, but I stay strict on the principles.

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Max-Ot for the workout plan. You can start out at about 45 min., three times a week. It's free at ast-ss.com.

For cutting fat and keeping muscle, IMO, nothing beats the CKD. You can get all the info at c-k-d.com.

I do both of the above, not verbatim, I've modified it over time to better fit my custom needs, but I stay strict on the principles.
That CKD stuff sound mighty interesting, I am going to try that when I do a cutter after may be a year. Until then I am going to be bulking.
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Max-Ot for the workout plan. You can start out at about 45 min., three times a week. It's free at ast-ss.com.

For cutting fat and keeping muscle, IMO, nothing beats the CKD. You can get all the info at c-k-d.com.

I do both of the above, not verbatim, I've modified it over time to better fit my custom needs, but I stay strict on the principles.
You might have missed the fact that his joints hurt and he has arthritis. :eek: Max-OT is definately not for him.
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Damn he is too young to have arthritis, better be taking shit load of that glucosammine chondroitine and SAM e. If you are trying to cut the fat down, you need to do more cardio, taking a fat burner will assist u a little bit.
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I am new here and a rookie so be aptient I am learning.I am 32 yrs old 6 foot 1 tall and weigh about 280.I did weigh 315 so I think I am doing something right.My question is I have a gut and man boobs and want to know the best workout or the best exercise I can do to get rid of this..I have been lifting and riding bike at the gym and lost 35 lbs, but I wanna loose more.I have roumatoid arthritis from head to toe therefore my joints arent very strong and I have morning stiffness problems.bone and joint pain has decreased since I have started working out but still there.My main concern is what can I do to get rid of the man boobs and the spare tire.I would like to find a better diet but dont know where to start.I have been eating better then in the past but still need help with diet.I work night and have a phsically and mentally demanding job plus the hours I work dontg help much.Thx for any advice!!!!
I'm with Reporter, the CKD diet would be perfect for you. It will take a little reading and studying but it will be worth it.

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