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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I am no where near an expert, but if I was you I would just do mainly cardio and lift. You won't get good gains eating 1000 cals a day, but you will get stronger and toner as you lose body fat. Also if you don't mind me asking, how old are you?
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I'm 24, so it's not like I'm old...
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huge weight question

okay im a tad overweight and im 5'9-5'10 and i want to lose about 60-80 by September from 270 at least maybe by December...i come from a Latin family which only make plantains in the morning , no lunch and rice and beans and meat in the night how can i achieve my goal?

my last choice was to come here since everywhere, i checked has me trying to do the whole rich people thing from buying a workout machine and/or hit up a gym...but ain't not damn gyms around me that are cheap i come from a middleish class in the Bronx. Ain't nobody have enough money to do anything here

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Re: huge weight question

You don't need money to run, or do sit-ups. Or Press-ups

I didn't know there was a 'middlish' class in the Bronx, either. Hmm, learn something new every day.
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Re: huge weight question

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You don't need money to run, or do sit-ups. Or Press-ups

I didn't know there was a 'middlish' class in the Bronx, either. Hmm, learn something new every day.
lol just saying im not broke i have money but most of it goes away on bills of needed things

and about the sit ups or press ups and running i know that but im talking about food wise and some type of other needed hints
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Re: huge weight question

Never eat untill you're "full" or "bloated" seperate your meals into smaller ones, keep yourself average all day.

But changing your diet can only do so much.
You gotta exercise too of course, I'd recommend just biking or running and like said before situps/pushups.

Because you can compare this to like MMA, you can't just be a good stand-up boxer and expect to be a good all around fighter. You have to learn how to fight and defend on the ground and such.

Thank you all.
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Re: huge weight question

If You eat rice in quantity everday you need to cut that out/down to loose weight.

The body supposedly takes it's energy from carbohydrates first then starts on buring your body fat after thats all used up.

It's mere logic that if you don't put carbs in you start burning fat.

In terms of exercise it's good to do something that keeps the heart rate high for long periods, Push up's etc will improve muscle tone but not shift weight.

You need to do some jogging/speed walking or get a cross trainer/rowing machine or something.

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Re: huge weight question

Always cook stuff fresh too, that's always good advice. Frozen shit is horrible for you.

But don't do the organic veg thing, that shit'll kill you.
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Re: huge weight question

you need to do alot push ups and try to go out to do a running should help you
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

ah guys i dont know so good in pounds cause im from Israel and we use KG here so im about 79kg and i can lift like 100kg.... and im like 8-9 month in the gym and im 17 still its not enough you need to train at least couple of years to get a great shape!
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