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2006/07/10 22:23:37 (permalink)

Willing to learn

Just thought id say Hello!

At the min i weigh 203 pounds (14.5 stone) Starting to lift weights, Im 21 though i havent much strenght at the min, as i am only able to bench 45 at the present.....My goal is just to tone, im not really into wanting to be competition size, i wud be happy wit just a bit of shape.....Open to any aid or suggestions

Will post soon

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    RE: Willing to learn 2006/07/10 22:25:55 (permalink)
    tone == diet and cardio'
    at 203 your bench needs a lot of work. If you dont have muscle there what are you toning?
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    RE: Willing to learn 2006/07/10 22:27:44 (permalink)
    if your overweight i recomend sheding all your fat and starting from scratch it will be asier
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    RE: Willing to learn 2006/07/10 22:33:01 (permalink)
    True thats a fair point!

    Sorry Well maybe what im tryin to say is i dont really want to weigh anymore than my current weight. Im 203 Lbs already, albeit im over 6ft. I have a 34 waist and 44 chest. I am aware muscle weighs more, so i prob need cardio on top to keep burnin off unwanted calories.

    Im not sure how to put it to be honest, i just want to shape wut i got, or maybe just abit bigger, because i already have a comfortable big frame.

    I will try an post pics soon......

    Eddie
    post edited by akatedster - 2006/07/10 22:45:13
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    RE: Willing to learn 2006/07/10 22:39:54 (permalink)
    I'd cut cut cut until you're a decent weight (and gym), THEN worry about getting bigger.

    You'll feel a lot better about yourself that way as you'll notice weight loss effects quickly, and then see muscle going on

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    RE: Willing to learn 2006/07/10 22:50:56 (permalink)
    Yea maybe i shud cut down abit more and continue wit weights and cardio 4 times a week, I bought a Bottle of Xenadrine EFX Ephedrine free tables for cutting, anyone know anything about them?

    Ok i took some shots on my camera phone, uploadin now.......
    post edited by akatedster - 2006/07/10 23:00:28
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    RE: Willing to learn 2006/07/10 22:51:05 (permalink)
    I'd cut cut cut until you're a decent weight (and gym), THEN worry about getting bigger.

    You'll feel a lot better about yourself that way as you'll notice weight loss effects quickly, and then see muscle going on



    well said wiffers please can you make a comment on my journal
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    RE: Willing to learn 2006/07/10 22:57:32 (permalink)






    Sorry about quality, tho i think ya can get the gest
    I uploaded them just on photobucket, not sure if thats the way u lot do it.....

    I know i need serious work, tho open to any advice or critism you may have to offer...

    Thanks

    Eddie
    post edited by akatedster - 2006/07/10 23:35:44
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    RE: Willing to learn 2006/07/10 23:02:45 (permalink)
    have you just started if you have get a routine and diet sorted out with pros and train loads, eat loads , rest loads youl see massive gains if you gety everything sorted :)
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    RE: Willing to learn 2006/07/10 23:11:21 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: riccardo_miles

    have you just started if you have get a routine and diet sorted out with pros and train loads, eat loads , rest loads youl see massive gains if you gety everything sorted :)




    Yea was just got a diet made up there 2day and a new routine, tho havent seen it, and my gym is closed until Friday now :(

    Im gonna be weight lifting mon tues and thurs fri's and cardio for 30 mins 3/4 times...

    Currently I dont eat right...

    My diet is as follows:

    8:00 A banana and greek yogart
    10:30 A round of ham salad and Wholemeal bread
    1:00 Another round of sandwiches
    4:00 1 Apple
    6:00 Pasta/Rice a sause for flavor, chicken, and stirfry and a pint of milk

    I usually dont eat after my Dinner tho if im Hungry i would take milk rice heated and mixed fruit out of a tin

    I have 1-3 cups of tea/coffee a day---> I have cut down to this from my old usual 10 cups, I also have started drinkin Green tea instead at night, for example ive only had one cup of tea and one cupe of green tea 2nite
    I drink at least 2 lts of water a day and another 1lt at the gym when trainning

    I drink Every saturday nite as i live for the weekend, workin monday-friday at the min: Usually being honest a Bottle of wine before heading out and maybe 6-7 pints when out

    I thinks thats about my diet

    Any advice?? I Know i dont eat that much, and i Eat 4 rounds of bread a day tho im afraid to pack on the pounds if i eat more of anything....
    post edited by akatedster - 2006/07/10 23:14:08
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    RE: Willing to learn 2006/07/11 01:56:50 (permalink)
    no carbs before bed.

    Your pics show your not that bad at all.

    if your drinking tea make sure their isnt any sugar. Then bring on and drink as much as you want imo. Just make sure to get water in you too.

    Your diets very poor. You need much more protein and you need no have fruit before bed. Niggiepoo wrote a good pamplet on this. You should check it out
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    RE: Willing to learn 2006/07/11 21:24:41 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: CoVetous

    no carbs before bed.

    Your pics show your not that bad at all.

    if your drinking tea make sure their isnt any sugar. Then bring on and drink as much as you want imo. Just make sure to get water in you too.

    Your diets very poor. You need much more protein and you need no have fruit before bed. Niggiepoo wrote a good pamplet on this. You should check it out


    Right cheers! Ive looked it up, I havent been takin sugar now in my tea only sweetners sometimes, tho today i finally went without tea, its been hard cutting it down.....

    Cheers for the tip about the fruits, is it because their full of natural sugars?


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    RE: Willing to learn 2006/07/11 21:45:45 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: CoVetous

    Niggiepoo wrote a good pamplet on this. You should check it out


    Tried searching, did you mean here? Got the link?
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    RE: Willing to learn 2006/07/11 22:19:49 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: no1youknowz


    ORIGINAL: CoVetous

    Nigeepoo wrote a good pamplet on this. You should check it out


    Tried searching, did you mean here? Got the link?


    http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/m_1232512/mpage_1/key_/tm.htm#1233576
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    RE: Willing to learn 2006/07/12 20:37:18 (permalink)
    Its a gud article, impressive........

    Can Anyone sketch out a rough daily gud tho to what i should be eatin? I mean the food types.....

    Thanks

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    RE: Willing to learn 2006/07/12 23:01:59 (permalink)
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