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Wushu
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2006/07/16 17:13:28 (permalink)
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Fat Loss

Losing fat is something ive never really read about, when someone asks me about it the only answer id say would be cardio.. thats as far as my knowledge goes to burning fat. I would be very greatly if all the kind MT folk would share abit of their knowledge on burning fat techniques and diet for it - what sort of routine would give fat loss? its complete foreign territory for me.
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    northern35s
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    RE: Fat Loss 2006/07/16 17:39:18 (permalink)
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    Carefully managed intake plus exercise, specifically cardio. You need to burn more calories than you consume, feed at the right time so as to keep you from being hungry and help your metabolism make the most from the nutrients provided.

    It would be relatively easy to consume eg. 2000cal in one meal per day, but wouldn't help you lose weight as your body would begin to learn that it gets one shot a day at storing energy and nutrients. Break that up into 6 meals a day and your body will learn that it doesn't need to hold onto those cals at it will be getting some relatively soon. It is also important to provide those nutrients at specific times of the day.

    I suggest you have a look at the diet and nutrition forum for ideas and help regarding diet and look at the training forum for help with the specifics of your training.

    Hope this helps
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    belblade
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    RE: Fat Loss 2006/07/16 19:56:34 (permalink)
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    i would shadow what northern says i lost lots of fat eating every three hour's some eat ever 2 to 2.5 hours
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