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Old 05-03-2012, 10:20 PM   #2031 (permalink)
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why would you do 4-5 hours on a bike each day?
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Old 05-04-2012, 12:54 AM   #2032 (permalink)
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why would you do 4-5 hours on a bike each day?
Because I eat a lot. Back in high school I used to be able to do 400 sit ups daily. Now I can't even do 50.... (And yes I izserious)
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Old 05-04-2012, 01:04 AM   #2033 (permalink)
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I do 4 hours on stationary bike daily. Is that good? Not trying to show off here or anything. Sometimes I feel like it's hardly enough.
no point, unless you eat 3000 calories plus. I only lift maybe 4 - 5 itmes a week, with some cardio thrown in there. I eat lost of pizza and drink. Aint gained a pound, stalled at 186 lbs.

I think 45 minutes is maz for cardio. 4 - 5 hours is a fucking joke. If your training for biking then 1-3 hours is plenty.
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Old 05-04-2012, 03:02 AM   #2034 (permalink)
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4-5 hours is just unneccessary.
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Old 05-04-2012, 03:37 PM   #2035 (permalink)
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How do you have the time to do 5 hours of cycling a day? I bet some people can do the equivalent of what you do in 5 hours, in 30 minutes.

I'm not trying to knock you down or anything, but if I were you I would increase the gear ratio on the bike and go nuts for like 30 minutes. Unless you want to train for the Tour De France then go for it.

Whilst doing 400 sit ups a day is a good achievement it's also pretty unnecessary. A lot of people I know hardly do sit ups for abs, and it they do it's always weighted or done with variety.

Can't knock for you doing 5 hours a day, I couldn't do that, but probably because of sheer boredom, vary your shit man.
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Old 05-07-2012, 12:30 PM   #2036 (permalink)
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So I've plateaued. Went from 196 to 176 over the course of 3 months. I still want to lose another 10-15 as I do still have a good amount of stomach fat. I was accustomed to eating around 1500 calories a day, running 5-7 times a week (2 miles) and lifting 3 times a week. I've also started to do 8 Minute Abs from Youtube. I've seen results, but I'm still not there.

Yesterday I ran 4 miles and burned 650 calories. Didn't help I ate it all back at a restaurant. Nothing TOO bad. Chicken parm and some appetizers. I ended up 200-300 calories over 1500. What do I do now? Should I take a supplement? Should I ramp up cardio and cut calories? I wanted to drop these 10 pounds before prom. That was with three weeks till the date of it. It's now next Friday. Obviously not getting there which is massively upsetting, but now I'm aiming for this time next month.

Any help? I'm 5'11, 176.7lbs btw.
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Old 05-07-2012, 08:29 PM   #2037 (permalink)
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To lose weight you have to burn off more calories than you consume. I'd take to writing everything you eat down, calorie value, fat, carbs, everything. It's annoying as fuck at first but over time it becomes normal and you can monitor exactly what you put into your body. Running is also one of the worst types of exercises you can do. That will get me some heat, but the impact it has on your joints in the long run isn't worth it. Plus, there are better, more efficient ways to burn calories without the wear and tear on your joints. Try swimming, if you can. Works the entire body with little resistance. You need resistance of course but you can get what with your weight training.

I used to be 240 and I lost the weight by lifting 5 days a week and doing cardio 5 days a week. But what you eat is a major factor, moreso than the working out. It also depends on your body and how it reacts to things. I lose weight really quickly and am able to put on muscle very quickly, just how my body works. Also, don't do the same routine over and over again. Your body gets used to that particular type of stress and you need to shock your body with some new time of program.
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Old 05-07-2012, 08:32 PM   #2038 (permalink)
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I'm in damn pretty good shape if I do say so my self. I don't believe in the whole setting goals for yourself. Think it's pretty damn stupid as I'm in shape without goals.

Also I'm totally against stuffing yourself to be a fat strong fuck. You're still fat and you're probably gonna die young from all the garbage you eat.
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Old 05-07-2012, 08:39 PM   #2040 (permalink)
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Do some HIIT (high intensity interval training).

As walls said you need to mix up your routine to avoid getting used to the one routine. My latest goal is doing a triple k in under 20 mins. 1km row, 1km bike, 1km cross trainer. For me personally having goals like that motivates me. So while my overall goal is to lose weight, i have these other goals to keep me motivated.
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