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Old 08-07-2006, 03:41 PM   #161
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good thnx i need to lose like 40lbs =( but im not motivated... and thats bad
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Old 08-07-2006, 03:42 PM   #162
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i use to walk with my dog... well he use to drag me so it was more like a jog. but he passed away... and people r crazy now a days so im not walkin alone. my pit kept me safe
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Old 08-07-2006, 03:47 PM   #163
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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
Thanks for the input. I'll continue with the intervals for the rest of this cycle and see what results I get. Then try the 70 to 75 method the next and see what works best for me.
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Old 08-07-2006, 03:59 PM   #164
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i use to walk with my dog... well he use to drag me so it was more like a jog. but he passed away... and people r crazy now a days so im not walkin alone. my pit kept me safe
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Old 08-07-2006, 04:38 PM   #165
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ok here is a good one that answers some questions:

"It is believed by many in the fitness industry that interval training is more effective at inducing fat loss than simply training at a moderate intensity level for the same duration. It has been said that in some instances—like long-distance running—moderate-intensity exercise for long durations may actually preferentially burn muscle tissue as opposed to adipose. At present, however, there is no conclusive research to support any of these claims.

Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interval_training"
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Yesterday I worked my arms and I'll be damned if I didn't tear my muscles.
I actually felt what I thought was a rip to both of my biceps.
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if i get lazy and dont workout my biceps....once i get back on, ill work them hard enough to the point that they cramp up, and i have to pry my arm back straight...lol, i freaked my brother out once.
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some good work outs here just got my wife started on a new program i'v eput together for her. it's all the you would pay a personal trainer to tell you to do.

http://exercise.about.com/cs/exercis...allworkout.htm

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drink protien shakes......
if hes trying to lose weight and get in shape protein shakes is definately not the way to go... that gains mass and he wants to lose mass
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if hes trying to lose weight and get in shape protein shakes is definately not the way to go... that gains mass and he wants to lose mass
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protien replinishes your muscles and helps the recovery time. if you dont have protein for your body to usem then it eats at your muscles. you may loose weight but you also loose the muscle (muscle weighs more than fat) you may have built up if you dont fuel your muscles.
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protien replinishes your muscles and helps the recovery time. if you dont have protein for your body to usem then it eats at your muscles. you may loose weight but you also loose the muscle (muscle weighs more than fat) you may have built up if you dont fuel your muscles.
alot of protein shakes have calories which you don't want. I would do high reps and low weights to keep the muscle you have and cardio to drop the fat. once the fat is down bulk up or slim down as you see fit.
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A buddy of mine is kinda heavy, or at least he was, he weighed in at 285 and 5 foot 9 inches tall.

Anyways he wanted to lose weight but retain as much muscle as he could.. so he got this protein powder that has 25 grams of protein and something like 60 calories if I'm not mistaken, even though he lost some strength while dieting.. it wasn't AS bad as taking nothing at all.

BTW in 7 months he went from 285 to 200 with nothing but proper diet, exercise and willpower, I thought that was koo
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Hey I'm the one that told YOU about that site :P

Muwahahah, that place has the worlds best MISC section in the forums. You think wierd happens here.. it's nothing compared to that place.
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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
dumb question....how would you go about figuring what 70% of your max heart rate is, or really what your max heart rate is?

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