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Wow @ the stupidity in this thread.
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I can't afford to diet. I'm 21, 6'10'', and weigh 137.
Dude i'm 6"3' and i weight like 200, you need to see a doctor I was that weight when i was 13, you could see my ribs and everything.


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Not going to lie bud, you should not be on a diet at all. You are going into high school which would mean you are like 15-16 years old and said you weigh under 130. Still got plenty of growing to do. Personally I would not worry to much what you are eating because you sound like myself. I was a bit heavier then that but really did not start to gain until I started to go hard at working out. Even now I still do not gain, but muscle has come in good which is the goal in the end for me anyway.

So eat as many fucking burgers as you want.

I lol'd at the guy wanting fat injected into himself. Don't be stupid.
Thanks for the advice :P

Guess what, WE DIDN'T EVEN HAVE BURGERS

Instead we had chicken breasts and Ceaser Salad yum.. after I went for a 20 minute run.. going to do a short workout session now before I go to bed..
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what is easier? normal bench or bench where egdes are moving thanks to some wheels or what the hell it is ( i think its called guard rail or sth like that)
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what is easier? normal bench or bench where egdes are moving thanks to some wheels or what the hell it is ( i think its called guard rail or sth like that)
Smith Machine Bench Press? That's the one with the hooks that you could rack a lot easier?

Smith Machine is easier as the weight load is a lot softer on the joints and it's simpler to establish a good pace/momentum on the Smith Machine as well.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I used to be a chubby kid but i'm in pretty good shape now. I got good sexy abs when i'm upright but when i bend over or am sitting, i got quite a bit of soft extra skin, i assume because i was chubby. I eat pretty healthy, run alot and do alot of ab exercises but i cant get rid of it

any tips?
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I need your guy's help on something.

I normally exercise outside playing basketball, a few weeks ago i started to notice that my right calf was getting really tight/sore at around where your socks would be, and it tends to up about half way my calf on the left side. I usually don't pay much attention to stuff like this becuase it will normally go away once i stop playing .And it did that for a little bit. But then it would start to hurt when i would do things like walk to the store and back. So i took a few days off to rest it and it felt better. but today i go out and it starts to tighten up on me again.

It doesn't sound like anything is severely wrong but it does suck. So is there anything i need to do, take time off, not exercise as rigorously, or see a doctor?


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I used to be a chubby kid but i'm in pretty good shape now. I got good sexy abs when i'm upright but when i bend over or am sitting, i got quite a bit of soft extra skin, i assume because i was chubby. I eat pretty healthy, run alot and do alot of ab exercises but i cant get rid of it

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It depends on how long you exercise and if you eat healthy all the time. Try to do different kind of exercises besides for ther abs, but you can continue on with them. In getting a good body I believe there are a few steps first, including consistency but also inconsistency. So keep up with your normal exercises, but try to add something a little different into it once in a while.

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I need your guy's help on something.

I normally exercise outside playing basketball, a few weeks ago i started to notice that my right calf was getting really tight/sore at around where your socks would be, and it tends to up about half way my calf on the left side. I usually don't pay much attention to stuff like this becuase it will normally go away once i stop playing .And it did that for a little bit. But then it would start to hurt when i would do things like walk to the store and back. So i took a few days off to rest it and it felt better. but today i go out and it starts to tighten up on me again.

It doesn't sound like anything is severely wrong but it does suck. So is there anything i need to do, take time off, not exercise as rigorously, or see a doctor?
Growing pains? I mean if your older then it can't be growing pains.. but it's probably the reason if your still growing.



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P.S - I just want to let everybody know about my fitness status so far, since I haven't posted in a bit.

I am now 5'9 and weigh 128 pounds.. now seeing as I am going back to school soon, I want to get into better shape then I was before.. but I decided to check my BMI to see if I was at a healthy weight, I was at a healthy weight already.. 18.5 and under would = underweight, I am just over with 18.9!

So, just wait a second.. I want to lose weight, NOT GAIN WEIGHT! I am a bit nervous because I am stuck here in two situations, either gain more weight or lose more weight.. is there anyway I can lose fat and gain abs? I am just going into my ''workout stage'' and I want to get a good body as I do have some excess fat I would love to remove, anybody want to help?

Thanks
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I am now 5'9 and weigh 128 pounds.. now seeing as I am going back to school soon, I want to get into better shape then I was before.. but I decided to check my BMI to see if I was at a healthy weight, I was at a healthy weight already.. 18.5 and under would = underweight, I am just over with 18.9!

So, just wait a second.. I want to lose weight, NOT GAIN WEIGHT! I am a bit nervous because I am stuck here in two situations, either gain more weight or lose more weight.. is there anyway I can lose fat and gain abs? I am just going into my ''workout stage'' and I want to get a good body as I do have some excess fat I would love to remove, anybody want to help?

Thanks
BMI is a crock. Back at the beginning of the year, I lost alot of weight, I'm 6'4" and got down to 194lbs. That put my BMI right at 23.5 which is seen as on the high side of normal weight. I had visible abs, and quite honestly looked puny.

If you maintain any muscle mass, the bmi is thrown out the window.

Lets put it this way, my mother-in-law is 5'8" and weighs about 145. She is very fit, even called skinny by most. So, a male at 5'9" and 128... you need to eat.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Here's something to start a conversation.
What's better, more reps with less weight or less reps with more weight?

From what I have been told, more reps with less weight helps you lose weight if you are a big individual, but say only three reps with a lot more weight would actually shape your muscles and make them look and stand out more. While if you want to lose a few kilo's you do the more reps like twenty or so with half the weight.

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