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Why is it so bloody hard?

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2006/07/07 20:56:45 (permalink)

Why is it so bloody hard?

Hey guys, last summer i worked my ass off in the gym and lost 20kg, dropped from 105 to 85kg. Then the weight just wouldnt come off. So i took DNP and cycled with clen and ECY and i dropped to 78kg after a couple of months. Was so happy to be about 9% body fat. I was in the best shape of my life. Then i was offered a job in Saudie and went for it.... tax free work!!! I was so busy with work and being thrown out of routine my food was pretty bad...KFC, ice cream, anything basically. I was really surprised though, i didnt put on any weight for like 2 months eventhough i was eating SO much junk food. I suppose doing so much cardio my body must of got used to being lean. But when the weight came on, it CAME on! Anyway eventually i shot back up to 98kg and left saudie cos... the country sucks.... sorry if any saudies here but too strict for me out there. From new year i have been working out and i am now back to 81kg and been stuck at this weight for a while and it wont shift. Basically after all that, i wanted some suggestions on loosing the last few lbs without taking anything. Really wanna see if i can do it naturally this time. I kinda follow TT's cutting diet but slightly different. Here's what i usually eat:

6am Wake 15gr whey in sugar free ribenna! (like the taste)
6.30am breakfast 3egg whites and 1 whole egg
5slices of Tesco low fat cheese (melted in omlette) (quite expensive but its got like 36grs protein, 0.2 carbs and 1.9 fats per 100grams!!!!)
50gr oats with 10gr of holland barrett natural wheat bran (thickens it) and splenda... sometimes dice half apple into oats and cook it so its soft!
10gr calcium caseinate
1 tablespoon flax oil
Basically i cant be bothered to eat everything separately anymore so i mix everything together, eggs, oats and calcium caseinate.

8:am 10gr glutamine
8.30am TRAIN

9.30am PWS 45gr whey, 30gr dextrose (thinking of increasing to 40? eventhough cutting?), 5gr creatine, 3 amino 1500 tabs. I used to put 10gr glutamine but dont anymore.

10:30 1 brown pitta stuffed with can of tuna and eat 50 gr of chicken or beef and salad.

1:30 200gr chicken (already cooked and packed, think its bernard matthews so thats 45gr protein low carb low fat), apple

4:30 35gr calcium caseinate with 1 tablespoon of flax

7:30 200gre chicken (same as 1:30)

10:30 can of tuna with salad and low fat mayo

12:30 200gr cottage cheese with peanut butter and sugar free chocolate sauce (cant help it)

So i hope the diet is ok. Any help would be much appreciated. oh i do cardio for one hour 3 times a week. I just walk uphill on treadmill at fast pace. Was gonna do low carb diet but when i think of it, im not eating that much carbs anyway. Thanx guys.
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    RE: Why is it so bloody hard? 2006/07/07 21:06:55 (permalink)
    Forgot to say im 5'11 and weigh... one sec... will go check... bare in mind that its not first thing... 80.2kg and 11% BF but i would say slightly higher.
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    RE: Why is it so bloody hard? 2006/07/07 22:05:58 (permalink)
    No suggestions? im sure there is something i can change!
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    RE: Why is it so bloody hard? 2006/07/07 22:08:57 (permalink)
    1 hour is not long enough for a response mate

    tis the weekend

    please allow 24 hours for a response, especially as your post is long
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    RE: Why is it so bloody hard? 2006/07/07 22:17:16 (permalink)
    Sorry bout that TT. Just frustrated with the halt in fat loss. Anyway guys, have a good weekend. Its gonna be a busy one with the footty! France all the way! Or Italy are gonna lose on penalties! :)
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    RE: Why is it so bloody hard? 2006/07/08 11:38:24 (permalink)
    any thoughts guys?
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    RE: Why is it so bloody hard? 2006/07/08 12:23:12 (permalink)
    What's the timing of the cardio, where do you fit it in? ? ?

    Breakfast seems like a lot of calories.

    You can drop the dextrose PWO and lose the pitta bread PPWO and for PPWO have better choice of carbs, i.e. rice, pasta, oats, etc...

    1.30 - add more healthy fats, up the fibrous carbs (veg).

    7.30 - as above.

    10.30 - incomplete, perhaps add more fat or change for casein based food.





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    RE: Why is it so bloody hard? 2006/07/08 12:33:14 (permalink)
    Cardio is on my off days before breakfast, so wednesday, sat and sun. have 10gr glutamine b4 and 30 gr whey afterwards. Then breakfast as usual. So should i reduce calories for breakfast? Get rid of the cheese and the calsium caseinate. And what kind of fats should i increase. More flax? So no dextrose pw and have 50gr oats PPWO ok?? Is the pitta bread not that good?
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