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Old 06-14-2012, 10:54 PM   #2111 (permalink)
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Right so I realise that you can't burn fat and build muscle at the same time, but do many people do 1 week of fat burn followed by 1 week of muscle gain and keep alternating? I thought this may be a good way of doing both and it'd make the fat burning a lot easier in week long bursts.
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You can't isolate fat-reduction to one part of the body. Calories used per day - calories consumed per day will reduce fat from your body depending on your genetic spread. Unfortunately that means that the fat from your belly might be the last bit to go.

That food-spread seems extremely low for someone of your size. Keep doing cardio like running and biking, while monitoring your consumption. You can give in to temptation from time to time, just try not to binge too much.
Okay cool. So the exercises I've mentioned will all be fine for weight loss? Cardio and lifting, focus moreso on the cardio aspect and monitor what foods I eat. Sounds kinda simple. Thanks for the advice.
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Does anybody know any good cardio excersises?
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Old 06-18-2012, 07:19 AM   #2115 (permalink)
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Don't come around often but thought I'd bang out a multi-quote reply to deal with some stuff from the last 5 pages. Sorry if they've been answered. I saw Rush & HOL posting so they're probably setting the record straight.

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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.
This isn't true. As long as you're progressively overloading then your muscles will adapt to that stress whether you've been doing that exercise for two weeks or two years. The only times I'd ever switch up my routine is if it's to incorporate new lifts, to motivate, or to put focus on a different aspect of hypertrophy (in which case I'll just change my rep/set ranges).

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You muscles can only take 20-25g of protein per hour anyway, so just take one scoop. You'll save money and an extra scoop. Protein shakes are efficient, instant protein but if you want to pack on muscle you should be eating your protein through meats and whatnot.
None of this is true. Protein is protein, although I agree with the principle of eating whole foods as much as possible for overall nutritional balance and satiation.

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SEE, shit's ridiculous. In Muscle and Fitness magazines though, they do say per lb. of body weight. That's why I always thought it was too much. why would they recommend grams for lbs. (metric to American?) and not grams to kilograms. Good thing I'm getting less.
One gram per one pound of bodyweight is a great number to aim for.

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diet is about 70% imo. I mean you can be lean but not really ripped with diet alone. I don't count those razor skinny blokes as being ripped (abs on a skinny bloke don't count )
This. Maybe even 80%.

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Personally, I've found lowering my protein and uping my carbs (still in a 500 calorie) deficit produced muscle.
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worst is when you fuck up one quad playing sport so no squats/leg press/lunges/etc. thats a pain.
This times a million.

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Right so I realise that you can't burn fat and build muscle at the same time, but do many people do 1 week of fat burn followed by 1 week of muscle gain and keep alternating? I thought this may be a good way of doing both and it'd make the fat burning a lot easier in week long bursts.
Never do this, or you'll get nowhere. Bulk for a substantial amount of time then cut. I try to no go past 18% BF on a bulk, then I'll cut to 10%.

'Disregard fat gain; acquire bulk status'.

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Does anybody know any good cardio excersises?
Running, swimming, boxing are all good.
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Personally, I've found lowering my protein and uping my carbs (still in a 500 calorie) deficit produced muscle.
Still don't know what this sentence was supposed to mean.
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Does anybody know any good cardio excersises?
gym setting or not?

In the gym i love rowing machines, and boxing. At home i perfer cycling, boxing and skipping.

I'm not the type of person to just go out and run for 45 mins and be done. I prefer setting myself goals and challenges and switching it up so i don't get bored. So right now its 1km row, 1km bike, 1km cross trainer or 500m row under 2 mins, followed by 1km bike in under 2:30, 1km run in under 5:30.
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gym setting or not?

In the gym i love rowing machines, and boxing. At home i perfer cycling, boxing and skipping.

I'm not the type of person to just go out and run for 45 mins and be done. I prefer setting myself goals and challenges and switching it up so i don't get bored. So right now its 1km row, 1km bike, 1km cross trainer or 500m row under 2 mins, followed by 1km bike in under 2:30, 1km run in under 5:30.
That's it! Thanks. Cycling is what I need. I also run 1.5 km in under 6 minutes.
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Going to sound a little random, but which is the better beer to have when working out? I enjoy a good brewski but I know some a lot more fattening then others, and given my social life I can't exactly say no to a good beer with friends! So being realistic I just want to lose the beer belly and it is going down, through my intense work out, but I want to keep it down!

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No such thing as a 'fattening' beer. If it fits into your calorie plan and you're meeting your daily macros then it's fine.
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