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post #1951 of 4931 (permalink) Old 03-17-2012, 01:18 AM
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Low carb fuckin' sucks yall.

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I feel pretty bad reading this thread. I have a pretty ridiculous metabolism, if Im working out a lot I can pretty much eat what I want and still get pretty ripped. I do eat a lot of fruit etc but I eat junk as well and still get pretty ripped. A lot of it is luck I guess
Shouldn't feel bad. take advantage of that shit. I totally would. Imagine how easy it would be to gain mass though, and not the fat.
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Low carb fuckin' sucks yall.
Stupid as well. I don't think I could do it anymore, even if I bought into the hype again. I definitely feel like it works, but it's too hard, especially putting carbs back into the diet.

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Stupid as well. I don't think I could do it anymore, even if I bought into the hype again. I definitely feel like it works, but it's too hard, especially putting carbs back into the diet.
I'm well below my calorie goals for the day. Like at 1100 on the day (no exercise) sitting on maybe 50 carbs all day. I'm getting hungry and I want to go get some McDonalds (lol) but all dem carbs man. It'll make the entire day worthless.

Gearing up to start running again, gonna drop 20-25 pounds this summer and be fuckin' ottermode. Sigh. Better than being fat I suppose.

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I'm having trouble with my diet cause well it's just too damn expensive to main a healthy diet in a thrid world country. When fast food is cheaper than fruits, then you know you're in shit. I would really like to start stcoking up on fruits but they're way too expensive. Eating healthy on the whole is just to expensive. The healthy cereals are expensive, the fibre enriched bread, the everything!

Also things like protein shakes are over priced as well. The main reason why for the past year I've been having little to no gains despite the intensity of my workouts. I won't lie though, I've been on and off with the weightlifting (another fricking expense)over the past year. Out of the 12 months, I've probably only lifed consistently for 3 or 4 months altogethe.

Right now the barbell weights that I have on is 25lbs (on each side) and I can only life 3, 4 max. I started the 7 weeks to 100 push up program to try to increase my strenght so I can get 8-10 reps out of it and move up to about 30lbs, hopefully more.

But I know my diet is keeping me back a lot. I have a good metabolism but nonetheless I'm a skinny fat in the stomach region.

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Can you somehow skill your stamina without running or bicycling?
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Shouldn't feel bad. take advantage of that shit. I totally would. Imagine how easy it would be to gain mass though, and not the fat.
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I do haha, I don;t like to put on too much mass though. I prefer to stay around the 190 pound max if I working out a lot. I'm only 5 foot 9 so thats a pretty heavy weigh for me in terms of muscle



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I'm having trouble with my diet cause well it's just too damn expensive to main a healthy diet in a thrid world country. When fast food is cheaper than fruits, then you know you're in shit. I would really like to start stcoking up on fruits but they're way too expensive. Eating healthy on the whole is just to expensive. The healthy cereals are expensive, the fibre enriched bread, the everything!

Also things like protein shakes are over priced as well. The main reason why for the past year I've been having little to no gains despite the intensity of my workouts. I won't lie though, I've been on and off with the weightlifting (another fricking expense)over the past year. Out of the 12 months, I've probably only lifed consistently for 3 or 4 months altogethe.

Right now the barbell weights that I have on is 25lbs (on each side) and I can only life 3, 4 max. I started the 7 weeks to 100 push up program to try to increase my strenght so I can get 8-10 reps out of it and move up to about 30lbs, hopefully more.

But I know my diet is keeping me back a lot. I have a good metabolism but nonetheless I'm a skinny fat in the stomach region.
Start using smaller weights and more reps unless the weights are huge, small amounts of reps aren't going to do to much. It's tempting to blast the heaviest thing you can but do something where you can rep 10-20 and build up from there. When you're building up well then you can move onto big weights and smaller amounts of reps. Doing weights also burns calories but it's still better to eat well or do cardio. Push ups are great, if you're doing 100 a day you should notice a pretty big difference soon. Abviously for your abs do loads of situps, they are a pain in the arse but great. Even push ups work the stomach, they work pretty much all the top half



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After doing my situp routine I always feel the burn way harder on my left side thatn on my right. Am I doing something wrong?
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After doing my situp routine I always feel the burn way harder on my left side thatn on my right. Am I doing something wrong?
Do you lock your legs onto something while you do them? If so you're probably using your left leg to help pull up more, it'll slightly put more pressure on the left side.



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haha yeah. I love running, my day isn't the same without it. Granted I can not do it on a treadmill, but 3 - 6 miles just fly by on the street. How do you guys feel about pre workout supplements such as 1MR, C4, Noexplode, etc?
If you're already doing 3-6 miles with no problem, you don't really need them.

I used to be a supplement junkie, but 1) it's expensive 2) most of the time they're unnecessary, and 3) they can have harmful sides depending on your personal physiology.

That said I occasionally have some caffeine (coffee) or a Monster or Rockstar energy before working out, but the majority of the time I avoid the energy drinks and just do the cardio without supplements.
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