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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

You don't look unhealthy at all. People clowning on you need to shut the fuck up to be honest.

My point about bumping to 170-180 stands though. You don't need to cut anymore.

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You don't look unhealthy at all. People clowning on you need to shut the fuck up to be honest.

My point about bumping to 170-180 stands though. You don't need to cut anymore.
How would I go about doing that? I'm deathly afraid of gaining weight due to the fact I've been overweight since age 8. Not something I wanna go through again.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I think HOL was planning on a bulking guide, but in general.

~ Lift heavy.
~ Eat 300-500 more than your maintenance calories.
~ Eat lots of protein
~ Take it slowly, aim for 2lb a month.

That way you'll gain mostly lean mass and not tons of fat.

It'll be really easy for you to strip off the last fat once you've got more lean muscle too.

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Up your calorie intake for one. How depends on if you want to do a clean or dirty bulk. Lift heavy, and don't try and bulk too much too fast.


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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Alright. I'll give it a shot. Thank you both for the advice. Much appreciated.

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SO I switched to Marketing from Athletic training about a week ago. I finally got me ACE personal trainer certification (almost a month ago) but haven't used it, and don't want to. I'm at PITT and did this program where you follow around an athletic trainer all day; since I had my ACE certification he let me follow him for a week.

Basically we got up early and were supposed to lead workouts for the football team (by we I mean they, I just guest starred). But that was about it. We did deal with injuries; I did horrible there because I never played sports growing up. We didn't guide them on nutrition or help them in the weight room unless the coaches requested we help a certain player. I was super bored, even though it was everything I knew it would be. Super let down. I'm looking to open my own business now, hopefully a gym.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Instead of eating less, would working harder be just as good? To me it sounds like if you burn more but eat more it's the same as if you eat less and burn less. Although if you work harder, you could burn more as your metabolism could be faster, right? And plus your metabolism will have to keep up if you eat more (providing you eat often).
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Instead of eating less, would working harder be just as good? To me it sounds like if you burn more but eat more it's the same as if you eat less and burn less. Although if you work harder, you could burn more as your metabolism could be faster, right? And plus your metabolism will have to keep up if you eat more (providing you eat often).
Your metabolism doesn't speed up based on meal frequency.

Eating less > working harder.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Can someone explain fats to me, please. I keep getting confused.

I eat 1 yolk a day, about 16g sunflower oil a day, 24+g Lurpak butter a day, probably about 15g of vegetable oil a day, and a few other things and apparently this is pretty bad for me. I've heard coconut oil is a good oil to cook food in (e.g. chicken) but a lot of yolks, sunflower oil, lurpak, vegetable oil, grapeseed oil, is bad for me. I've also heard olive oil is healthy, is this true?

I would rather not die from clogging up my arteries.

I have various websites contradicting each other (half say sunflower, canola, grapeseed, etc are bad and others say they are good). I've been eating a lot of fish in sunflower oil thinking it was healthy.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Been working out for 3 months now. Went down from 205 lbs to 185 lbs. I'm looking to gain 5 pounds on muscle now.

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