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2004/03/18 02:08:54 (permalink)
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last couple pounds ... grr

the science behinde losing the last pound or two...

is it just that much harder

or does "perfection" or completetion not exist..

i'm talking going through 8-9% body fat, to 6-7%

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    RE: last couple pounds ... grr 2004/03/18 02:42:47 (permalink)
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    post up wut u would eat in a day.....and we can help.....along with the times
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    RE: last couple pounds ... grr 2004/03/18 02:44:45 (permalink)
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    cleaning up ur diet and a bit more cardio generally is what will lose the fat......
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    RE: last couple pounds ... grr 2004/03/20 16:53:28 (permalink)
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    7 am- egg beater omlet 300 calories
    whey in water 80 calories

    10:30 protien bar 250 calories
    coldcut sandwhich with low carb bread 200 calories

    2 pm (with track now) Power bar with 40+ carbs (low gi) 300 kcal
    apple or some kidn of fruit 100 kcal


    5Pm Cereal, popcorn.. whatever med-low gi to replenish glycogen
    250-300 calories

    7:30 Some kind of poultry with a little bit of carb side usually 400-500 calories total


    10: whey shake in skim milk 150 calories


    i run 2-4 miles a day (intense)

    my mile time is rougly 4:50 right now, but usually comes down to 430's when i'm in shape.

    I've always had a body fat of 8 or 9, and basically just looking to get down to 5 or 6 to give me an edge, and maybe help me get into state qualification numbers for track

    i'm 6'1 and weigh 155

    any insight on my diet would help


    .. i have been doing this for roughly 2 weeks and have gotten good results the 1st week, noticed some good results, maintained weight, and added an inch to my legs ... and more cut look

    i also lift about 3 days a week. Which consits of curling, dumbells, pushups, dips and pullups.

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    RE: last couple pounds ... grr 2004/03/20 16:55:40 (permalink)
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    i might wana comment that the last week i have seen no results whatsoever

    .. i'm pretty thorough ..

    i measure my arms, chest, legs, water body fat test in the gym, and basically weight.


    i've maintained the some weight, .. basically remained stagnant.
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    RE: last couple pounds ... grr 2004/03/21 04:55:58 (permalink)
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    u should be getting 1.5g of protein per lb. of bodyweight....ditch the cereal and popcorn for a good meal that consists of a solid protein, complex carb like brown rice, potato etc. and some good fats....get in some veg and maybe bit more fruit as well......have whey in water straight after workout......the meal with protein cc and good fats of solid food should follow this after say half an hour 45 min.... u should get in a good complex carb like oats in the morning, whey in water as soon as u get up.....breaky about half an hour later....

    to bump up protein add some tuna, chicken, turkey, leen beef, even steak, cottage cheese and skim milk, more egg whites...
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    RE: last couple pounds ... grr 2004/03/25 13:56:28 (permalink)
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    drop the protein bars, their full of crap. replace them with 4/5 boiled eggs, a tub of cottage cheese or a tin of tuna like the young italian babe says!
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    RE: last couple pounds ... grr 2004/03/25 22:33:25 (permalink)
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    agree with bear...but if u like the bar idea then make your own...check Bigfella's recipe
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    RE: last couple pounds ... grr 2004/03/25 23:46:17 (permalink)
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    it's not that id ont like them

    it's that i have to run 3-4 miles and i can't chug down a tub of cottage cheese and eggs before that.
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    RE: last couple pounds ... grr 2004/03/26 00:01:29 (permalink)
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    no no...if u LIKE the bar idea then make Bigfella ones...so that you know what is actually going into these bars, and they are the best i've ever tasted...
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    RE: last couple pounds ... grr 2004/03/27 01:29:38 (permalink)
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    i think im gonna go for it

    very simple too, no baking involed


    just need to go shoping and buy some peanut butter now
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