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don't take that crap...

deep sleep is known to help raise GH levels as well as testosterone production. take ZMA for help with a deeper sleep and be done with it. ZMA is just a mixture of zinc, magnesium, and B6. Its good for you on top of being a worthy supplement.
Deep sleep is very key, and I have taken ZMA before, actually these products do have Zinc, Magnesium and B6 among other things. With ZMA by itself I would get to sleeep but wouldnt wake up feeling refreshed in the morning. Having taken GHB before I was looking for something legal that's comparable, some would say there is no such thing but I've seen very positive comments on these products on various BBing forums so I decided to check them out.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I just signed up at a local gym. I'm going to have some sessions with a personal trainer, which is what I need. I have never been serious with working out. But I need to get back into shape for health reasons. While right now, I don't have major health problems, my family history is bad when it comes to diseases, so I would like to avoid them.

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Deep sleep is very key, and I have taken ZMA before, actually these products do have Zinc, Magnesium and B6 among other things. With ZMA by itself I would get to sleeep but wouldnt wake up feeling refreshed in the morning. Having taken GHB before I was looking for something legal that's comparable, some would say there is no such thing but I've seen very positive comments on these products on various BBing forums so I decided to check them out.
bolded words would scare me personally. it leads to taking downers at night to sleep, then uppers in the morning to wake up. not good for the body in the long run.

just my .02 on that.
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I just signed up at a local gym. I'm going to have some sessions with a personal trainer, which is what I need. I have never been serious with working out. But I need to get back into shape for health reasons. While right now, I don't have major health problems, my family history is bad when it comes to diseases, so I would like to avoid them.
Good for you. I commend you for having the balls to fight the health issues before they do away with you. Best of luck, man.


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Good for you. I commend you for having the balls to fight the health issues before they do away with you. Best of luck, man.
Thanks. I have a doctor's appointment next week and I have a feeling that I will be diagnosed with something like Diabetes. And if I do get diagnosed with it, it's my fault. I take the full blame. But if I don't get diagnosed with it, I get a chance to avoid it. Then it will be up to me to avoid it. Now, I have to control my eating and start working out. The Personal Trainer will be the best start for me when it comes to working out. So, I better enjoy my last few days of eating like an asshole and get ready to change my habits.

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Let me explain some things before asking my question.

Me and my family are doing a weight loss challenge. Each week, we weigh in, and whoever loses the most weight, percentage-wise, wins $25. I won the first three weeks. I started at 214, went down to 211, to 208, to 204. And in reality, I wasn't even trying. I just ate less on the weigh-in day, and took a hot bath to sweat off a few pounds.

Well, last Sunday, I jumped back up to 211 (I pigged out with popcorn and Mexican food for a friend's birthday.) So my mom and dad got mad when I tried to explain that I just had an off week. However, my dad made me a bet today. If I'm able to drop under 200 by Sunday, he'll pay me $100. Of course, I accepted immediately.

So, as of right now, I'm 208 pounds. What do I need to do to drop 8 pounds in four days? I'm willing to work for it. I do realize, dropping that much weight in such a short period of time isn't the best for you, but I do need that hundred bucks. Suggestions?


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Let me explain some things before asking my question.

Me and my family are doing a weight loss challenge. Each week, we weigh in, and whoever loses the most weight, percentage-wise, wins $25. I won the first three weeks. I started at 214, went down to 211, to 208, to 204. And in reality, I wasn't even trying. I just ate less on the weigh-in day, and took a hot bath to sweat off a few pounds.

Well, last Sunday, I jumped back up to 211 (I pigged out with popcorn and Mexican food for a friend's birthday.) So my mom and dad got mad when I tried to explain that I just had an off week. However, my dad made me a bet today. If I'm able to drop under 200 by Sunday, he'll pay me $100. Of course, I accepted immediately.

So, as of right now, I'm 208 pounds. What do I need to do to drop 8 pounds in four days? I'm willing to work for it. I do realize, dropping that much weight in such a short period of time isn't the best for you, but I do need that hundred bucks. Suggestions?
Easiest way would be to do the same thing MMA fighters do. Drop your calorie intake 24 hours before the weigh in and go in a steamer shower or sauna and shed off the water weight. The weight will be gone till you drink some liquids. Alot of the fighters and such drop 10-15 pounds on that day so dropping 11 is right in that alley. Since it would be your first time though I would be careful.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Alright, I can do that. How long do you think I would have to stay in the sauna to drop ten pounds or so? I got a YMCA pretty about an hour from here, but unless the have a scale there, I wouldn't know how much I lost.


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Alright, I can do that. How long do you think I would have to stay in the sauna to drop ten pounds or so? I got a YMCA pretty about an hour from here, but unless the have a scale there, I wouldn't know how much I lost.
Go for about 15 to 30 minute intervals and then check your weight after you get out everytime until you reach your desired weight. Might need to take your own scale if necessary. Be careful though, do not want to totally drain yourself and not be able to walk out of there lol.
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Alright man. Much thanks.


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