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Let's see your weight loss

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by TeeKay, Sep 10, 2010.

  1. roryben

    roryben Well-Known Member

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    So much bullshit in the poast above.

    +1.

    If nothing else 5'11 and 140lbs sounds like minimal muscle mass
     
  2. il ciclista

    il ciclista Well-Known Member

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    trying the IF plan like suggested (which I was skeptical at first) but I've lost 9 lbs in like 3 weeks..not to mention I don't feel like I'm going to pass out if I don't eat every 5 seconds. [​IMG]
     
  3. embowafa

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    So much bullshit in the poast above.

    [​IMG] [​IMG]

    as soon as i started reading it, i knew SOMEONE would make this the very next post.
     
  4. Johnny_5

    Johnny_5 Well-Known Member

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    trying the IF plan like suggested (which I was skeptical at first) but I've lost 9 lbs in like 3 weeks..not to mention I don't feel like I'm going to pass out if I don't eat every 5 seconds. [​IMG]

    IF is the best thing ive done in a very long time. I fucking love an feeling I've found the magic bullet whe it comes to dieting.
     
  5. landoeffincalrissian

    landoeffincalrissian Well-Known Member

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    So much bullshit in the poast above.
    Dear Mr. Poast, Being fat and unmotivated, such is the case for yourself, doesn't negate the fact that I'm merely trying to help. Go hit the gym, frat boy.
     
  6. roryben

    roryben Well-Known Member

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    mustn't.... feed..... troll
     
  7. landoeffincalrissian

    landoeffincalrissian Well-Known Member

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    +1. If nothing else 5'11 and 140lbs sounds like minimal muscle mass
    I wasn't going for huge muscle gains. I wanted to be lean and fit...which I am. I'm agile, light on my feet, and I could probably run circles around your hulk ass.
     
  8. Lagrangian

    Lagrangian Well-Known Member

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    Dear Mr. Poast,

    Being fat and unmotivated, such is the case for yourself, doesn't negate the fact that I'm merely trying to help. Go hit the gym, frat boy.


    Priceless... just priceless! Ad hominems, running circles around hulk-ass poasters, good stuff here man!
     
  9. sho'nuff

    sho'nuff Well-Known Member

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    Any cutting tips? I'm off to a slow start. I can bulk really well (with little fat gain), but I suck at cutting properly.

    basically it is a careful diet and a ton of cardio. just that simple. i was down to about 1 hour of cardio 5-6 times a week, which i sustained for over 6-7 months till now when im in the process of moving. once i settle in next month i should resume again.
     
  10. landoeffincalrissian

    landoeffincalrissian Well-Known Member

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    Priceless... just priceless! Ad hominems, running circles around hulk-ass poasters, good stuff here man!

    So you don't deny being fat?
     
  11. Lagrangian

    Lagrangian Well-Known Member

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    As much as I'd like to reciprocate your weak-ass ad hominem, I decline to do so.

    e. I could have rephrased my original statement by pointing out that from your recommendations, only #7 is the important one. The rest are a bit iffy at best.
     
  12. landoeffincalrissian

    landoeffincalrissian Well-Known Member

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    The rest are a bit iffy at best.

    Well that's why you're fat and I'm not.
     
  13. Cool The Kid

    Cool The Kid Well-Known Member

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    Last summer, I began my weight loss journey in June. I had been skinny my entire life until it caught up to me in my mid 20s. I'm 5'11 on the dot and started out around 180. Through biking, walking/hiking and diet changes I lost 40 pounds in about 3 months. Briskly walking for an hour burns around 250-300 calories. Screw running. It sucks and it's hard on the body. Hear are some things which helped me: 1)Cut out ALL alcohol(I lost the first 10 pounds with ease just by quitting beer). 2)Only drink skim milk...1% of you really have to. 3)Only drink real, fresh squeezed juice. 4)Make sure you figure out how many calories you burn on a daily basis-then subtract at least 500 calories...I ended up having a daily deficit of 1,000 or more. 6)Water water water...it is your friend...get a nalgene bottle and keep that biznitch filled all day 5)No more fast food 6)No more Junk food 7)Can't emphasize how important it is to have a caloric deficit. 8)Don't eat after 7pm. 9)Get proper sleep 10)When you get a hankering for a big quarter pounder with cheese, stuff your face with vegetables until full. 11)Do interval training. Sounds like a lot of work...because IT IS. There is no magic bullet to losing weight. It's a pain in the ass and takes a lot of will power. Last but not least...don't be scared of saturated fats....despite what people say, it's actually not bad for you. Eating a ton of carbohydrates to the point where your body stores it as fat is what clogs your arteries. In the end, you'll feel great and have more confidence. I played soccer for 13 years in my youth, and I can honestly say I'm in the best shape of my life now at 28...nearing 29. You can do it guys.
    So you don't deny being fat?
    Him being fat has nothing to do with the bolded BS. For every good tip you posted, you posted like 2 awful meaningless ones. "Only drink pure juice" man get the fuck out of here. There are people doing all the shit in bold who are trying to + aren't losing weight cause they aren't doing the shit that matters. Likewise I've lost about 12lbs so far while still indulging in HFCS & alcoholic drinks, burgers, cookies, crackers, donuts, and cakes.... in moderation + while maintaining a net caloric deficit. I personally have lost weight while literally contradicting every one of the bolded points you made along w/many others. "Clean" eating in the context of weight loss is such bullshit, it doesn't matter, and antagonizing people who call u out when u urself are wrong is about as weak as it gets
     
  14. Lagrangian

    Lagrangian Well-Known Member

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    Remember, this is the same guy who has a better physique than the P90X dudes and would give a forum discount for people if they'd buy a video of him doing the movements.

    Also, bruce lee was fucking strong, which I'm guessing a guy squatting with resistance bands would not be.
     
  15. landoeffincalrissian

    landoeffincalrissian Well-Known Member

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    I've been able to get the body I have due to eating clean.

    Junk food, store bought juices and processed food only get in the way of being shredded. I bet you guys are losing weight but you still look like softies.

    And by the way, Bruce Lee didn't do a ton of weight lifting...he did mostly cardio and resistance training (sit ups, push ups etc). That's why he was able to stay so small and lean. Heavy weight lifting gives you mass...which makes you big...and slow.
     
  16. landoeffincalrissian

    landoeffincalrissian Well-Known Member

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    Remember, this is the same guy who has a better physique than the P90X dudes and would give a forum discount for people if they'd buy a video of him doing the movements. Also, bruce lee was fucking strong, which I'm guessing a guy squatting with resistance bands would not be.
    Is doing 100 push ups in under 2 mins strong to you? How about 20-25 pull ups in a row? 250 crunches without stopping for a break? I think it's probably a little better than average [​IMG] You don't need P90X to get ripped.
     
  17. Kajak

    Kajak Well-Known Member

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    Is doing 100 push ups in under 2 mins strong to you?

    How about 20-25 pull ups in a row?

    250 crunches without stopping for a break?

    I think it's probably a little better than average [​IMG]

    You don't need P90X to get ripped.


    Strong, but I've had 12 year olds bust that out.

    Do that + big numbers on your bench, weighted pull up and squat, then you're the hot stuff you think you are.

    Plus - better than average is being able to do 2 pull ups.
     
  18. landoeffincalrissian

    landoeffincalrissian Well-Known Member

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    Strong, but I've had 12 year olds bust that out. Do that + big numbers on your bench, weighted pull up and squat, then you're the hot stuff you think you are. Plus - better than average is being able to do 2 pull ups.
    Lies. You do not know any 12 year olds who can do that. I usually use 5-10lb weight in a back pack when doing pull ups. I don't think I'm hot stuff, but I do know I'm in the best shape of my life.
     
  19. Kajak

    Kajak Well-Known Member

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    Lies. You do not know any 12 year olds who can do that.

    I usually use 5-10lb weight in a back pack when doing pull ups.

    I don't think I'm hot stuff, but I do know I'm in the best shape of my life.


    Not anymore, since they got older, but I have had peewees do 100 pushups in 2 minutes. Also +120 situps in 2 min.
     
  20. rjmaiorano

    rjmaiorano Well-Known Member

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    Lies. You do not know any 12 year olds who can do that.

    I usually use 5-10lb weight in a back pack when doing pull ups.

    I don't think I'm hot stuff, but I do know I'm in the best shape of my life.


    Your life, not ours.

    I've seen 12 year olds bust out 8 one armed chins. Walk in to any climbing or gymnast gym and you'll find plenty of 12yr olds who can bust of 20+ pull-ups, planches levers etc. Your stats above say your 'in shape' not strong.

    And no, lifting heavy does not make you slow.

    I hate responding to trolls. [​IMG]
     

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