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post #1541 of 4925 (permalink) Old 05-16-2011, 05:47 PM
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Diet is better than exercise if you're alredy fat, if not do sports and you'll never need a diet
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Very clear...can you please explain why? I'm talking for personal experience here, always did sports, always ate everything I wanted (with some criteria of course), never needed a diet. I'm 168 cm high for 57 kg btw.
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Very clear...can you please explain why? I'm talking for personal experience here, always did sports, always ate everything I wanted (with some criteria of course), never needed a diet. I'm 168 cm high for 57 kg btw.
Everyone's body is different. My ex fiance literally ate whatever she wanted, when she wanted, all the time and never gained a pound. And she is a pig with food, she used to easily out eat me every time by a large margin and she always stayed at 120 pounds, and she is 5'3. Never worked out a day in her life either. Then you have someone like my current fiance and she really has to workout to keep her body in check and has to watch what she eats. My current fiance of course loves hearing that

But usually people can't get away with just eating decent and not exercising.
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Everyone's body is different. My ex fiance literally ate whatever she wanted, when she wanted, all the time and never gained a pound. And she is a pig with food, she used to easily out eat me every time by a large margin and she always stayed at 120 pounds, and she is 5'3. Never worked out a day in her life either. Then you have someone like my current fiance and she really has to workout to keep her body in check and has to watch what she eats. My current fiance of course loves hearing that

But usually people can't get away with just eating decent and not exercising.
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Everyone's body is different. My ex fiance literally ate whatever she wanted, when she wanted, all the time and never gained a pound. And she is a pig with food, she used to easily out eat me every time by a large margin and she always stayed at 120 pounds, and she is 5'3. Never worked out a day in her life either. Then you have someone like my current fiance and she really has to workout to keep her body in check and has to watch what she eats. My current fiance of course loves hearing that

But usually people can't get away with just eating decent and not exercising.
haha im the same way as the first one, i can eat as much as i want and i never gain anything. Im in great shape despite being rather lazy



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i have to work everything off. damn you people. My brother is like that, we have pretty much the same diet but i have to work at it to stay in shape, he's just a skinny runt.


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Hard gainers are hard gainers.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I went through a two month period of no running except the odd football match and gained hardly any weight despite eating trash. Now I'm back training again and I can't get enough food down my system.

I feel sorry for anyone who has to diet - I couldn't go through with that shit at all. It's hard enough going without pudding.

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My routine is always like this...

Monday- Chest, Triceps & Abs
Tuesday- Upper Back, Lower Back & Biceps
Wednesday- Legs & Abs
Thursday- Light Chest, Triceps & Light Lower Back
Friday- Upper Back, Biceps & Abs
Saturday- Shoulders & Forearms
Sundays- Off

I use to be in great shape until I got jumped one day on my way to school. I suffered a fractured jaw and a knee injury both which required surgery. With my jaw fractured I wasn't allowed to eat solid food for six weeks and I went down to from 200lbs to 150lb. (I'm 5'10). I survived mostly on liquids and Ensure. Obviously after being allowed to eat again I packed up some weight. However, I really started packing up some weight fast because my metabolism went crazy and the fact that my knee hadn't recover really added more to that. I actually weighted 210 pounds in just two months after I was allowed to eat solid food again. It was rather depressing to be honest but once my knee got into decent shape I started working out again and now I'm down to 175 which is an ideal weight from someone my height. My diet has contributed to my success a lot but I wasn't on a extreme diet either. I just cut back on sugars and junk food, ate more lean meats and egg whites and made sure that I didn't eat after 7PM at least.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Genetics, metabolism, and other factors will always play a hand in how an individual gains/loses weight. That's just the nature of the beast. Some people are hardgainers, while others gain weight very easily.

Diet and nutrition are extremely important. You can hang & bang in the gym all you want, but it's not going to make a dent in your overall progression unless you have your diet & nutrition in check.

Pumping iron and pushing weight is where the hard work's at, sure. But that's only phase one. It's the process of tearing your muscles down. The key is building them back up, which is what proper diet & nutrition is all about.

Why would you go through all the trouble of lifting weights, if you're not going to properly capitalize with the rebuilding phase? Because that's what your nutrition is - it's the rebuilding of what you just tore down in the gym. You can't deplete yourself of glycogen and do a half-assed job of restoring it. You'll get bogged down and plateau fairly fast.

I, for one, never really understood the whole phobia of eating after a certain time at night. It's a ridiculous notion, for so many reasons. In fact, bedtime is a great time to think about ingesting some slow-digesting protein to help keep your body in an anabolic state throughout those 8 hours of rest.

Besides, if your macros are all kept in check throughout the other (earlier) hours of the day, then it's not going to make a difference whether you're eating at 5pm or 8pm. Calories in versus calories out. It's really as simple as that.

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