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Bankierbhoy
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2018/02/10 13:27:33 (permalink)
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Newbie advice

Skinny fat body type (sort of) and looking for diet routine advice. I weigh 93kgs and am 1.83 cm tall so decent size frame to work with. I have narrow shoulder and skinny arms though but large strong legs. Slight belly but not obvious with a tshirt in a am about 25 percent body fat of which most is in my legs/ass. I tried to cut and got down to 87kg and my wife moaned a lot saying I looked ill. So not sure what to do now. I have been hitting the gym 3-5 days per week for 6 weeks now. Monday chest, Tuesday legs, weds badminton lol Thursday arms and shoulders and Friday back.

Daily food intake is 2 protein shakes 50g per shake. Normally eat a sandwich and lentil soup at lunch and a protein bar and some but for a snacks later in the day. Dinner is tricky as I work in a Chinese takeaway so get my dinner for free (. Don’t ever choose fried food). Normally it’s a satay with boiled rice, or chicken chop suey etc. Not sure where I am going wrong but my strength albeit from a very low start has made good gains but so has my belly.
post edited by Bankierbhoy - 2018/02/10 13:35:14
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    Bankierbhoy
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    Re: Newbie advice 2018/02/10 13:39:16 (permalink)
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    Oh meant to add I train at 9:30 am for about an hour and half 20 mins cardio and the rest on weights with 15 to 20 full sets of 10 reps on each day. I am 36 years old
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    jona123
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    Re: Newbie advice 2018/02/10 17:53:58 (permalink)
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    Maybe you need more intense workouts? I use Nuffield in East Kilbride; the trainers there are quite good.

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