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post #48856 of 117668
robbie looks average, if anything skinnier than average. he just doesn't wear sufu sized jeans. sorry colabear, no buldge.
post #48857 of 117668
I am average, I still could stand to lose a little more weight. All things considered I am healthier and skinnier than I've been in months. I haven't had a pop of any kind (even Coca-Cola) in about 6 weeks. {that's a huge thing, i'm pretty sure 1/2 my waywt posts include a pop of some kind}
post #48858 of 117668
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Originally Posted by Harbin View Post


gotta lose weight in the right places! and otter's photoshop do make ppl look much better, but i think it's near impossible for some ppl to work out their shoulders to be 3 inches broader
not impossible, but he doesnt need to gain 3 inches....ones shoulders will look wider if one loses weight around the hip/waist area...all one is doing is creating an illusion...its all relative
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Originally Posted by hoozah View Post

robbie looks average, if anything skinnier than average. he just doesn't wear sufu sized jeans. sorry colabear, no buldge.

im sorry, but he dresses like a slob, no hate

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Originally Posted by robbie View Post

I am average, I still could stand to lose a little more weight. All things considered I am healthier and skinnier than I've been in months. I haven't had a pop of any kind (even Coca-Cola) in about 6 weeks. {that's a huge thing, i'm pretty sure 1/2 my waywt posts include a pop of some kind}

again its all relative

when ppl see you, they dont say to themselves

''that dude looks so good compared to what he was before''





a lot of dudes will look better in clothes if they just lose/gain a little, or maybe work out and gain some lean muscle, nothing over the top, just to look aesthetically pleasing, so clothes can at least fit/drape properly
post #48859 of 117668
that's true, some work on upper body while trimming down the hip/waist would look great
post #48860 of 117668
If this is to be the new theme, then otter, tell me quick: how does one gain muscle and lose fat at the same time? (A low carb diet slightly over maintenance level is my best guess...)
post #48861 of 117668
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Originally Posted by noobizor View Post

If this is to be the new theme, then otter, tell me quick: how does one gain muscle and lose fat at the same time? (A low carb diet slightly over maintenance level is my best guess...)


Simplest answer is you don't. Your body needs X amount of calories a day to maintain weight, 3-500 more to gain, and 3-500 less to lose. To get all the nutrients and protein you need to build your muscles while on a calorie deficit is particularly difficult, especially because your body needs a certain amount of calories just for day to day functions. It's doable, but it involves a very strict diet that changes daily based on workouts, time of day, "scientific things", etc. Most people don't have the time, flexibility, or conviction to stick to a diet like that, especially because it's real easy to do wrong.

Most of the people I've worked with get the best results from doing one first, and then the other. I lost 30 pounds over 18 months (got fat after I graduated from college and stopped playing water polo) and have gained back almost 15 of muscle in the past 6 months (training for the Marines).
post #48862 of 117668
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Originally Posted by Harbin View Post

gotta lose weight in the right places! and otter's photoshop do make ppl look much better, but i think it's near impossible for some ppl to work out their shoulders to be 3 inches broader

If only there were a meatspace photoshop option...
post #48863 of 117668
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Originally Posted by SilentEdge View Post


Simplest answer is you don't. Your body needs X amount of calories a day to maintain weight, 3-500 more to gain, and 3-500 less to lose. To get all the nutrients and protein you need to build your muscles while on a calorie deficit is particularly difficult, especially because your body needs a certain amount of calories just for day to day functions. It's doable, but it involves a very strict diet that changes daily based on workouts, time of day, "scientific things", etc. Most people don't have the time, flexibility, or conviction to stick to a diet like that, especially because it's real easy to do wrong.

Most of the people I've worked with get the best results from doing one first, and then the other. I lost 30 pounds over 18 months (got fat after I graduated from college and stopped playing water polo) and have gained back almost 15 of muscle in the past 6 months (training for the Marines).

lol dude.

eat minimum 1g protein/lb bodyweight. eat at a moderate deficit on non workout days. eat at or a little above maintenance on workout days (good amount of carbs). repeat.

everything else is bs, near it, or produces minimal effects
post #48864 of 117668
Lots of nipple/genital shopping going on in this thread, lately.
post #48865 of 117668
Kunk I like that a lot. Probably your best that i've seen.

Robbie how taller are, you kinda look like a giant in that photo.
post #48866 of 117668
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Originally Posted by SilentEdge View Post


Simplest answer is you don't. Your body needs X amount of calories a day to maintain weight, 3-500 more to gain, and 3-500 less to lose.

I've found this kind of dogma unreliable. The quality of calories is just as important as the quantity. Let's say two guys eat the same amount of calories for maintenance while doing resistance training. One mostly eats straight sugar and the other eats lean sources of protein. After some time, they may be the same weight, but I find it hard to believe their body fat composition would also be the same.
post #48867 of 117668
uhh obviously? how would you expect someone eating straight sugar to gain muscle?
post #48868 of 117668
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Originally Posted by g transistor View Post

Kunk I like that a lot. Probably your best that i've seen.

Robbie how taller are, you kinda look like a giant in that photo.

5'10" give or take 1/4"
post #48869 of 117668
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Originally Posted by SilentEdge View Post


Simplest answer is you don't. Your body needs X amount of calories a day to maintain weight, 3-500 more to gain, and 3-500 less to lose. To get all the nutrients and protein you need to build your muscles while on a calorie deficit is particularly difficult, especially because your body needs a certain amount of calories just for day to day functions. It's doable, but it involves a very strict diet that changes daily based on workouts, time of day, "scientific things", etc. Most people don't have the time, flexibility, or conviction to stick to a diet like that, especially because it's real easy to do wrong.

Most of the people I've worked with get the best results from doing one first, and then the other. I lost 30 pounds over 18 months (got fat after I graduated from college and stopped playing water polo) and have gained back almost 15 of muscle in the past 6 months (training for the Marines).

did you just say that losing fat and gaining muscle at the same time is not possible???

Disregard everything this man says.
post #48870 of 117668
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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post


lol dude.

eat minimum 1g protein/lb bodyweight. eat at a moderate deficit on non workout days. eat at or a little above maintenance on workout days (good amount of carbs). repeat.

everything else is bs, near it, or produces minimal effects

This...it's fucking simple

and don't be a pussy and skip cardio.
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