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    El Presidente' skidadl's Avatar
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    Diet/Fitness Thread

    Since EZ hasn't stepped up to the plate to start this thread I guess I will.

    I have to eat better. I'm finally able to do some physical exercise, so I've been starting slowly with that.

    Today is day two of not being a lard arse. I woke up and looked in the mirror and didn't see a change. My guess is that it's not working.

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    Me too.

    /fatandlazycomment

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    I have lost 60 lbs and gained significant muscle mass in the last year. Some tips:

    Up your protein/carb intake ratio while lowering overall calories.
    Don't weigh yourself, especially not daily. Go by how healthy you feel and how your clothes fit to gauge progress.
    Don't just condition--lift. The process of gaining and maintaining muscle eats up calories.
    Don't follow "diets." Diets end. Diets make you feel like shit if you give in and have a cookie. Just make healthier choices.

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    That's good stuff, Klark. I need to get consistent and stay consistent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidadl View Post
    That's good stuff, Klark. I need to get consistent and stay consistent.
    And not to be all preachy, but you know that we are taught self-denial. Take it as an opportunity to grow in that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidadl View Post
    Since EZ hasn't stepped up to the plate to start this thread I guess I will.

    I have to eat better. I'm finally able to do some physical exercise, so I've been starting slowly with that.

    Today is day two of not being a lard arse. I woke up and looked in the mirror and didn't see a change. My guess is that it's not working.
    Finally able to? What happened man?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcnuttz View Post
    Finally able to? What happened man?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kbrown View Post
    And not to be all preachy, but you know that we are taught self-denial. Take it as an opportunity to grow in that way.
    Word.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcnuttz View Post
    Finally able to? What happened man?
    Pull up a chair...this is going to take a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kbrown View Post
    I have lost 60 lbs and gained significant muscle mass in the last year. Some tips:

    Up your protein/carb intake ratio while lowering overall calories.
    Don't weigh yourself, especially not daily. Go by how healthy you feel and how your clothes fit to gauge progress.
    Don't just condition--lift. The process of gaining and maintaining muscle eats up calories.
    Don't follow "diets." Diets end. Diets make you feel like shit if you give in and have a cookie. Just make healthier choices.
    Props, Kentravious...that's some major progress.

    I've lost 15 pounds since the first of the year by doing p90x.

    As long as I'm exercising regularly, I'm not hungry as I used to be.

    Still drink like a mother humper though, but no beer gut....wut wut!!!

    Great points about not weighing yourself and following diets. Exercise, work that shit off. Results aren't immediate but if you stick with it you're gonna get in better shape.

    Nothing is more aggravating than seeing someone punish themselves with a diet for a few days only to see them gorge when they can't handle it anymore.

    You have to make better choices. First should be exercise. Move and do something, and everything else will fall into place.

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