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2004/03/21 03:25:34 (permalink)
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Weakling ducky

hey guys!!!
ok i have i problem.Im getting weak.I feel like i have no more fuel left.Ok so here it is:I started working out at the gym,with a routine and cardio regually each week...i had in mind to go to the tanning salon after training,so id just have to lay there and relax...BUT the thing IS,i dont even have the energy to get undressed!! My muscles weep and protest...I dont know if i should make myself something to drink ,or if theres something im doing wrong,somewhere along the way!! Last week,i slept 12 HOURS IN A ROW...thats like NEVER happended to me,as far as i can remember!!! Help.
Houston,we have a problem..!
C xxx
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    Scourge_of_God
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    RE: Weakling ducky 2004/03/21 03:53:43 (permalink)
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    [cough]Overtraining...[/cough]

    What's your routine look like?
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    RE: Weakling ducky 2004/03/21 04:03:35 (permalink)
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    also post your diet in the diet bit for help in that area.
    that way you'll cover all areas.
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    RE: Weakling ducky 2004/03/21 05:49:15 (permalink)
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    weak or sore...if ur sore then understandable....but its most likely overtraining like ^^^said... 12 hours, sounds like ur body wants rest...post routine and diet, probably not eating enough...
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    RE: Weakling ducky 2004/03/21 14:26:01 (permalink)
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    quote:
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    weak or sore...if ur sore then understandable....but its most likely overtraining like ^^^said... 12 hours, sounds like ur body wants rest...post routine and diet, probably not eating enough...




    Not eating enough?? how many time shouild i eat really?? and as for diet..well i just watch what i eat..lotsa veggies...nothing specific.And of course im sore... but also sooooo tired!!! 12 hours,i mean,come on,it doesnt sound normal to me!
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    RE: Weakling ducky 2004/03/21 14:35:36 (permalink)
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    Not eating enough?? how many time shouild i eat really?? and as for diet..well i just watch what i eat..lotsa veggies...nothing specific.And of course im sore... but also sooooo tired!!! 12 hours,i mean,come on,it doesnt sound normal to me!
    C xxx


    Perhaps you might want to add some other things to your diet -Carbohydrates? Protein? Fat? That style of thing...
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    RE: Weakling ducky 2004/03/21 14:59:15 (permalink)
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    its true, eat every 3 hours, smaller meals, include protein in each so that u can repair...u also need carbs for energy, and some good fats like the ones in oily fish, flax, olive oils, some nuts...etc

    can u post up ur routine and diet if possible and we can look at it and give u some more specific advice...include the times as well for the diet...
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    RE: Weakling ducky 2004/03/21 22:57:10 (permalink)
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    Thanks yall!
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    RE: Weakling ducky 2004/03/22 05:40:44 (permalink)
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    Heres a good diet plan for a women who wants to get into serious training.

    5 portions per day.

    Brekkie at 8, bowl of oats with skimmed milk, protien shake delivering 25 grams protien, apple.

    meal 2, at 12, chicken breast, sliced cucumber and tomatoes, small portion of brown rice.

    meal 3, at 4, half can tuna with low calorie mayo or salad dressing on brown grannary bread, orange.

    training at 6, whatever patricular muscle group you are working that day.

    finish training at 7, 30 gram protien shake with 30 grams maltodextrin at 7.10.

    meal 4, at 8, dinner, portion of protien eg grilled fish, beef, turkey, chicken with new potatoes and vegetables.

    meal 5, at 11, finish the other half of the can of tuna.

    bed time at 11.30-12 giving you 8 hours of sleep.

    Try that program if you want.
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    RE: Weakling ducky 2004/03/22 07:03:39 (permalink)
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    What about drinking enough water and vitamines?!!
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    RE: Weakling ducky 2004/03/22 20:24:46 (permalink)
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    quote:
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    What about drinking enough water and vitamines?!!



    EXACTLY!!! i was thinking..do i have to take a shake or something after? can something help me? i take nothing right now...
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    RE: Weakling ducky 2004/03/22 20:27:09 (permalink)
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    quote:
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    Heres a good diet plan for a women who wants to get into serious training.

    5 portions per day.

    Brekkie at 8, bowl of oats with skimmed milk, protien shake delivering 25 grams protien, apple.

    meal 2, at 12, chicken breast, sliced cucumber and tomatoes, small portion of brown rice.

    meal 3, at 4, half can tuna with low calorie mayo or salad dressing on brown grannary bread, orange.

    training at 6, whatever patricular muscle group you are working that day.

    finish training at 7, 30 gram protien shake with 30 grams maltodextrin at 7.10.

    meal 4, at 8, dinner, portion of protien eg grilled fish, beef, turkey, chicken with new potatoes and vegetables.

    meal 5, at 11, finish the other half of the can of tuna.

    bed time at 11.30-12 giving you 8 hours of sleep.

    Try that program if you want.




    does it make a difference if i eat earlier in the morning? i have classes and i usually get up at like 6 eat at 6 :30... i dont get how eating 5 times a day can make me lose weight??!
    C xxx
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    RE: Weakling ducky 2004/03/22 22:22:53 (permalink)
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    eating more frequently speeds up your metabolism...
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    RE: Weakling ducky 2004/03/25 05:58:24 (permalink)
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    Lots of water goes with out saying. A good vit tablet goes without saying aswell.

    Come on girls, these things dont need to be mentoined, they should be done as standard, would you go out clubiing without any make up? Of course not, most girls spend at least an hour getting ready. So taking a vit tab and drinking lots of water should be as standard as puting on your make up or having a shower (or bath) after training.

    Basically the diet that i wrote is a clean diet, no cheating involved, around 40:40:20, probably your best bet if you want to stay relatively lean whilst adding muscular development. Again cardio and weights training go without saying aswell.

    Give it a go for 16 weeks, see what happens, throw the scales out the window, check your progress by the mirror, then see what you look and weigh after ther 16 weeks of a new lifestyle.

    I recommend doing 3 weights sess a week, with 3 cardio sess a week.

    Im not female, im male, but see no reason that would suggest this would not work with females. Obviously ive scaled down the calorific, protien and other nutrient requirements compared with a 17 stone lean male bodybuilder. But the pronciples are the same. Id say eat a min of 4-5 portions a day, making sure each portion has around 30 gram protien, 35 gram carb and 10 gram fat, except for the last meal should just be 30 g protien eg a portion of tuna or chicken breast.
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    RE: Weakling ducky 2004/03/25 13:08:15 (permalink)
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    the last one should be slow release protein, before bed...when possible

    cottage cheese, skim milk, casein
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