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Old 08-14-2012, 09:31 AM   #2341 (permalink)
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^ Lose fat.
How many sets/reps should I do?

By the way I can only really use dumbells/machines/pullies.

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Old 08-14-2012, 09:40 AM   #2342 (permalink)
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Of what?

Basically anywhere from 2-6 sets depending on the exercise, and 6-12 reps for the compounds.

Are you tracking your macros/calories?
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Old 08-14-2012, 10:06 AM   #2343 (permalink)
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What's your height? If above 5'9, bulk.
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I just meant in general. I will be tracking macros and calories, yes. I think I need around 1,800 kcals (to 2,000), how many of them should be carbs would you say?

And I am unfortunately not over 5'9" which sucks for me, wanted to be over 6 ft, slimmest of chances in getting there now.
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Typical strategy is count your protein & fats and then the carbs will take care of themselves.

I'd probably cut a bit first if you're smaller than 5'9 then. That's basically where it started out.
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I know I should be eating quite a lot of protein, but whenever I do this I seem to always end up short of kcals because of contradictorary sources. How much fat should I be getting? If I do the ratios, I then alawys come across something that tells me I'm eating too much protein, I'm eating too much fat etc.
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how old are you and how tall are you?
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I'm 19 and 5 ft 7.

I've seen the 40-40-20 (c-p-f) ratio been thrown out there a lot but if I do 40% of 1800, that's 180g carbs and proteins, the carbs seems high and apparently that much protein could damage my liver..

So, as you can see, I get into this cycle of not knowing what the hell to do.
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You could eat double that protein and it wouldn't damage your liver. Total myth.

40/40/20 is good.
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Well that's good news!

As for working out should I just do it 6 times a week alternating between cardio and weights whilst doing ab exercises every time?
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