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No real schedule, I have quite a few crunches I got off the internet I hit everyday but with combination of walking, eating right, next to no beer and the running every night, I think it has made a difference in a short space of time. Anything else you can suggest?

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Well the more I look into this whole working out malarkey, it is apparent it's about 30% exercise and 70% diet. So I am very new to this whole diet thing and should start designing one, so does anyone have ideas?

My current eating schedule isn't exactly strict - cut down beer BIG time (bit of a party boy I am afraid), off take-away and microwave meals and normally cook fresh pasta and rice dishes, try to stay off coke and drink lots of water and juice now, eating brown bread for lunch and 1 packet of crisps, also looking to buy one of those big protein packs soon to start drinking everyday. So yeah I don't exactly want to buff out as a big as Triple H etc, but do want to tone up, even have a six pack. Check previous page for my flick, come along way in a short space of time but want to make sure I stay on the right track.

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My workout is 60% exercise and 40% diet, but if you're cutting fat, it should be about 90% diet. And for that, you should research your own diet. Advice can be generic "don't eat sugar, 7 meals per day" etc or it can be something that has worked personally for one guy but might fail on you.

So yeah, research your own diet.

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Switch the majority of your carbohydrate/sugary food intake over to fruits & vegetables. Eat lots of protein, etc, etc,.

Hard to give you macros or anything that resembles a dietary plan with no information on your identity or metabolism. Going to require some research on your part.


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It's pretty common knowledge that you have to eat frequently and consume an adequate amount of calories if you'd like to burn fat and add mass.
Is this the typical level of advice in this thread? Hope not.

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Nope.

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Is this the typical level of advice in this thread? Hope not.
You DO have to eat frequently and consume an adequate amount of calories to burn fat and add mass.

Are you really going to sit here and tell me that's wrong?

And Hohenheim, enough of your useless comments. If you want to dispute logic, let's see you try.

To build muscle you gotta eat more calories than your body works off. Depending on what you're looking to do, you should realistically be eating 15-20 times your body weight in calories. You need a CALORIC SURPLUS.

Without proper nutrition your body's going to break down muscle tissue for energy. It's amazing how ignorant some people are.

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Well the more I look into this whole working out malarkey, it is apparent it's about 30% exercise and 70% diet. So I am very new to this whole diet thing and should start designing one, so does anyone have ideas?

My current eating schedule isn't exactly strict - cut down beer BIG time (bit of a party boy I am afraid), off take-away and microwave meals and normally cook fresh pasta and rice dishes, try to stay off coke and drink lots of water and juice now, eating brown bread for lunch and 1 packet of crisps, also looking to buy one of those big protein packs soon to start drinking everyday. So yeah I don't exactly want to buff out as a big as Triple H etc, but do want to tone up, even have a six pack. Check previous page for my flick, come along way in a short space of time but want to make sure I stay on the right track.

Thanks.
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If your goal is to cut down fat then it should be like 80% diet
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And Hohenheim, enough of your useless comments. If you want to dispute logic, let's see you try.
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dat dude. who the hell are you?

and why can't you argue with facts?
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