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Advice on a diet to help a small weight loss and still improving strength and definition.

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2009/07/19 20:10:15 (permalink)

Advice on a diet to help a small weight loss and still improving strength and definition.

Ive recently started training properly, and wanted to get some advice from others as to how to lose a small amount of body fat while at the same time increasing my strength and increasing muscle definiton. any advice would be appreciated. thanks
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    Re:Advice on a diet to help a small weight loss and still improving strength and definitio 2009/07/19 22:26:57 (permalink)
    Lift hard and heavy to progress

    Eat a calorie deficit just below maintanance and ensure you don't lose over 1.5lb per week.

    Carbs before training to fuel heavy lifting
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    Re:Advice on a diet to help a small weight loss and still improving strength and definitio 2009/07/20 20:32:24 (permalink)
    Cheers mate, sets of 10? or higher repititions?
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    Re:Advice on a diet to help a small weight loss and still improving strength and definitio 2009/07/21 21:52:22 (permalink)
    ahamer21

    Cheers mate, sets of 10? or higher repititions?


    Vary them
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