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HAZO
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2008/05/15 09:31:01 (permalink)

jelly belly

hey every1 rite i have been bulking up for so long now put on loads of size but also plenty of fat loads on my belly i gotta holl coming up in 9 weeks and i gotta get somet sorted quick. my body over all is fine and i am happy with it everywhere apart from my belly. i dont wana loose any muscle or any size anywhere else just the belly is there anything i can do? i know on a morning it looks ok but through the day it just gets flabby lol
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    Dan12345
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    RE: jelly belly 2008/05/15 10:57:55 (permalink)
    A good diet and cardio is the answer mate

    High protine low carb diet will hold on to the muscle you've built and loads of cardio to burn the fat...

    If you get it right you should cut up quite alot in 9 weeks...
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    wysiwyg
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    RE: jelly belly 2008/05/15 10:58:43 (permalink)
    i thought this was going to be a post about harold bishop from neighbours
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    RE: jelly belly 2008/05/15 12:42:09 (permalink)
    It depends what level you are starting from but 9 weeks may not be enough to get where you want to go. It can be a trial and error process. First 2 weeks a lot of initial weightloss will happen from the low carb intake - water weight. After that it is a long, slow road to leanness.

    Post up your diet for people to recommend changes and allow your routine to be more cardio based than weights.

    Good luck.
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    Dan12345
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    RE: jelly belly 2008/05/15 15:18:36 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: wysiwyg

    i thought this was going to be a post about harold bishop from neighbours



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