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Old 08-07-2006, 01:49 PM   #141
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what are you eating/ supplementing/ how much are you resting....

the rest part is what killed me cause i used to workout the same part over and over...it got stronger, but not defined or bigger.
most of my eating is low fat/high carb/high protein food. mostly different kind of chicken stuff. supplement, i only take whey protein, 120gm on the days that i work out and maybe 60gm on non work out days(smtimes i miss that)

rest part.. i work out chest/triceps on mon, biceps &back on tue, rest on wed, shoulders &legs on thu, rest in fri. sometimes i do a lil bit of chest or biceps on weekends (like just half an hour or smthing), but usually, its only running/tennis/volley on weekends, no weight trainning.
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12% body fat
But I don't want to lose the mass to cut the gut
12% is good!!!
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I got a question for y'all. Is it possible to gain muscle as quickly as you lose fat? I do cardio 5 days a week (Spinner or MTB) for 30 to 60 minutes. 3 of those days I lift heavy weights. Rest the other 2. I've been doing this for 12 weeks and have not seen a loss in over all weight. I think I see a difference in the way I look though. I also eat about 2300 (mostly protien) cal a day and supplement with multi vitamins and protien shakes. Is this possible or am I doing something wrong?
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Old 08-07-2006, 02:53 PM   #145
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u gain mucsle b4 u lose wight... mucle weighs more then fat?? ritee???lol
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Old 08-07-2006, 02:59 PM   #146
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u gain mucsle b4 u lose wight... mucle weighs more then fat?? ritee???lol
Depends on your excersize and diet routine.
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Old 08-07-2006, 03:01 PM   #147
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ya... i dont have mucsel lol only fat =(
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Old 08-07-2006, 03:07 PM   #148
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I got a question for y'all. Is it possible to gain muscle as quickly as you lose fat? I do cardio 5 days a week (Spinner or MTB) for 30 to 60 minutes. 3 of those days I lift heavy weights. Rest the other 2. I've been doing this for 12 weeks and have not seen a loss in over all weight. I think I see a difference in the way I look though. I also eat about 2300 (mostly protien) cal a day and supplement with multi vitamins and protien shakes. Is this possible or am I doing something wrong?
possible. muscle weighs more than fat. if u r doing wat u say u r doing and eating wat u say u r eating, then u r loosing fat weight but gaining muscle weight. thats why ur weight is not changing much but ur shape is.

if u want to make sure wat is happening, get ur body fat% measured. then do the same after 4-6 weeks. it shold have come down. if it does not, then u r doing smthing wrong.

(one more thing, when u do cardio, keep it low paced to kill max fat. high pace improves stamina but doent kill that much fat)
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I got a question for y'all. Is it possible to gain muscle as quickly as you lose fat? I do cardio 5 days a week (Spinner or MTB) for 30 to 60 minutes. 3 of those days I lift heavy weights. Rest the other 2. I've been doing this for 12 weeks and have not seen a loss in over all weight. I think I see a difference in the way I look though. I also eat about 2300 (mostly protien) cal a day and supplement with multi vitamins and protien shakes. Is this possible or am I doing something wrong?
if you haven't lost any weight in that time with that much cardio than you need to change your diet.

I recomend the South Beach Diet. If you do that diet right you can loose 6-8lbs in the first week, and 12-18lbs in the first two weeks.

It is probably better to focus on one or the two. Cut first then try to build muscle.
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All said and done.... Fitness is about lifestyle! Change your lifestyle and you can change the way you look and feel. Otherwise, you will end up working hard just so you can gain it all back.
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Old 08-07-2006, 03:24 PM   #152
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I think I will get my BF % measured and go from there.

As far as the cardio I'm doing, I'm interval training on the bike. Warm up, 90 % maximum Heart rate for 2 minutes, Recover for 2 minutes, Repeating until cool down.

When you say keep the Cardio low paced, do you mean like 65 to 75 % of maximum heart rate? I used to do that, but was told the intervals are better.

The basic diet I'm following is the Abs Diet.

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I've never done the Abs Diet, but I might give it a try since the only place on my body that has fat is right on my navel.

I hear it's a good diet.
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I've never done the Abs Diet, but I might give it a try since the only place on my body that has fat is right on my navel.

I hear it's a good diet.
I can tell you that I never feel hungry.
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whats the Abs diet?
www.absdiet.com

Go buy the book. I think i might pick it up when i'm at the book store next.
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Here ya go. http://www.absdiet.com/uof/absdiet/?source=rodale
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Old 08-07-2006, 03:34 PM   #158
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some good links:

for those wanting to loose weight(fat)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aerobic_exercise


for those wanting to gain muscle, size, strength etc:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weight_training
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Old 08-07-2006, 03:38 PM   #159
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good thnx i need to lose like 40lbs =( but im not motivated... and thats bad
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the body takes its energy from stored fats only when it is below 70-75% heart rate. therefore, IDEALLY, doing that for prolonged periods of time will kill max calories ( check my wikipedia link on aerobic exercise).

but interval traiining is good too, though i would keep my body in the aerobic phase most of the time (70-75% if the time) if i m trying to kill fat.

i m more in favor of keeping heart rate below 75% method, but flipboy does interval training and he says its produced good results for him. so take ur pick
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