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2008/05/17 19:05:31 (permalink)
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hi, my brother is looking to start wieght training with me but i am not sure what is the best thing to do because he is 6' 2' and 17st 2lbs. should he continue to eat normally while training or change his diet, i wasnt sure if dieting would effect muscle recovery time???????????
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    theiopener
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    RE: not sure 2008/05/17 19:11:15 (permalink)
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    he could change his diet to get better results but i dont know what he eats to be honest

    why not get him to come on here so we can help him setup a decent routine and diet plan
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    RE: not sure 2008/05/17 19:24:02 (permalink)
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    he hasn't got a computer, but he basically eats **** lol i told him to eat lean protiens like fish and cut down on bad fats but i am quite new to this game myself TBH
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    RE: not sure 2008/05/17 19:27:02 (permalink)
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    well lifting weights and doing cardio will help him. If you can get him to do that for now its a step in the right direction. perhaps when he has been bitten by the weight lifting bug and his progress slows then perhaps you/he can come back and we can help tweak his diet when hes ready
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    RE: not sure 2008/05/17 19:31:41 (permalink)
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    ok m8, thanks for the help.
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