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2006/07/19 14:14:30 (permalink)
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stomach lipo how much does it cost? please read my post.

i know this sounds crazy but i was considering just getting that fat sucked from my waist, as im in a bit of a predigament, over the last 2 years for me to put the upper body mass on i wanted 16.3" arms 43" chest 16.4" neck, its also gave me a 37" waist, now the thing is i already look faily leanish upper body wise, so i dont realy want to cut up and lose upper body mass just to get a smaller waist, so i ghess basicaly what im saying is i wanna keep my upper body mass but have my waist down to say 33" or 34" and i cant c any other way of doing it. or can anyone think of any other possible ways i can acheive this without the lipo?
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    Jax Demon
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    RE: stomach lipo how much does it cost? 2006/07/19 14:15:22 (permalink)
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    in the region of £2.5k-£5k i would imagine
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    RE: stomach lipo how much does it cost? 2006/07/19 14:20:34 (permalink)
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    Would you not be out of training though after the op?
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    RE: stomach lipo how much does it cost? 2006/07/19 14:30:40 (permalink)
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    Why dont you want to cut up?

    Maybe some people on this forum dont seem to realise, when you bulk up you gain muscle, fat and water. The idea is to then strip off the fat and water and be left with the muscle they have gained and have a lean ripped look.

    So...bulk then cut, easy.

    If you dieted down mate you could diet down (with correct knowledge of diet, training and supplements) and probably keep a good proportion of your hard earned muscle yet at the same time lose the fat and get a nice lean look.

    Cosmetic liposuction is for lazy fat women who dont want to go to lift weights or do cardio because it might 'make them too toned' 'might make them into a bodybuilder', so they just get fat sucked out of their gut or arse or thigh etc to try and have a nicer shape...they have no intention of building muscle and dieting down to be lean with good muscular definition...this type of body is way beyond their abilities.

    Is that what you are like mate?

    Itll be a complete waste of money, on top of that youll prob have to take a month off training after all the wires and tubes go in you and the scars that need to heal.

    BULK THEN CUT, BULK THEN CUT.

    SHORT TERM PAIN FOR LONG TERM GAIN!
    post edited by BritBB - 2006/07/19 14:31:28


     
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    RE: stomach lipo how much does it cost? 2006/07/19 14:30:47 (permalink)
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    yes around 2 weeks or so, but the way i c it is if i cut up until i get down to say 33 waist thats a 4" loss on my waist which means id probebly lose a fair bit of upper body mass which i want to keep, im not realy ready for a cut up i actualy still need to bulk more but already have a bulks worth now so when winter kicks in im left in a bad situation of not being able to bulk.
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    RE: stomach lipo how much does it cost? 2006/07/19 14:33:23 (permalink)
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    Mate...youll lose fat.

    Mass= muscle mass.

    Fat = NOT MASS

    If you cut properly then youll lose fat and some size on your upper body but itll be mainly fat you are losing...whats the point of a 30 inch waist if youve still got fat around your back and chest and shoulders and arms etc and its not defined?



     
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    RE: stomach lipo how much does it cost? 2006/07/19 14:33:32 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: BritBB

    Why dont you want to cut up?

    Maybe some people on this forum dont seem to realise, when you bulk up you gain muscle, fat and water. The idea is to then strip off the fat and water and be left with the muscle they have gained and have a lean ripped look.

    So...bulk then cut, easy.

    If you dieted down mate you could diet down (with correct knowledge of diet, training and supplements) and probably keep a good proportion of your hard earned muscle yet at the same time lose the fat and get a nice lean look.

    Cosmetic liposuction is for lazy fat women who dont want to go to lift weights or do cardio because it might 'make them too toned' 'might make them into a bodybuilder', so they just get fat sucked out of their gut or arse or thigh etc to try and have a nicer shape...they have no intention of building muscle and dieting down to be lean with good muscular definition...this type of body is way beyond their abilities.

    Is that what you are like mate?

    Itll be a complete waste of money, on top of that youll prob have to take a month off training after all the wires and tubes go in you and the scars that need to heal.

    BULK THEN CUT, BULK THEN CUT.

    SHORT TERM PAIN FOR LONG TERM GAIN!


    lol, well put mate.

    dude, if you cut properly then alot of muscle can be saved.

    look at my pics below, thats 6 weeks work of strict dedication, ive lost a hell off my waist, but have still got nearly all my muscle.
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    RE: stomach lipo how much does it cost? please read my post. 2006/07/19 14:36:10 (permalink)
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    Cutting from 37" to 33" isn't an earth shatteringly hard job mate. A bit of displine for a couple of months will sort you. You'll have less problems with loose skin too.

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    RE: stomach lipo how much does it cost? 2006/07/19 14:36:19 (permalink)
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    nah m8 i aint lazy ive worked my arse of for the last 2.5years in the gym, but imo i still need more bulking, for some reason for me i put fat on very easily even with very clean diet, the fat seems to go strait on my stomach i cant figure out y this is so therefore it limits me to put muscle on. so in order for me to have gone from 14.5" arms to 16.3" arms and 40" chest to 43" chest, its put way to much unwanted fat on my stomach, i do not mind doing the cardio and diet to get it off my only worry is how much upper body size am i looking to lose in doing so.
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    RE: stomach lipo how much does it cost? 2006/07/19 14:37:33 (permalink)
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    look at my pics below, thats 6 weeks work of strict dedication, ive lost a hell off my waist, but have still got nearly all my muscle.


    Looking a lot better mate, keep up that good work fella.

    Locust goes to show in just 6 weeks how much better he looks from dieting.

    If hed have had liposuction then 4 weeks off, he wouldnt look as good as he does now after only 6 weeks dieting and he would also have 4 grand or so less in the bank account.

    Cosmetic liposuction = predominantly for fat rich lazy women whos husbands pay for it to shut them up, so they can take their kids to school in the school run whilst driving their x5's or range rovers or porsche cayennes, maybe a bentley gt if they are one of the 'elite incrowd'.


     
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    RE: stomach lipo how much does it cost? please read my post. 2006/07/19 14:38:28 (permalink)
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    i think you will be restricted to no excercise for 3 months i think so in that time you will lose mass anyway
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    RE: stomach lipo how much does it cost? 2006/07/19 14:38:57 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: mass

    nah m8 i aint lazy ive worked my arse of for the last 2.5years in the gym, but imo i still need more bulking, for some reason for me i put fat on very easily even with very clean diet, the fat seems to go strait on my stomach i cant figure out y this is so therefore it limits me to put muscle on. so in order for me to have gone from 14.5" arms to 16.3" arms and 40" chest to 43" chest, its put way to much unwanted fat on my stomach, i do not mind doing the cardio and diet to get it off my only worry is how much upper body size am i looking to lose in doing so.


    what ever you loose you will be able to get back with a good diet and training imo.
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    RE: stomach lipo how much does it cost? 2006/07/19 14:39:19 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: mass

    nah m8 i aint lazy ive worked my arse of for the last 2.5years in the gym, but imo i still need more bulking, for some reason for me i put fat on very easily even with very clean diet, the fat seems to go strait on my stomach i cant figure out y this is so therefore it limits me to put muscle on. so in order for me to have gone from 14.5" arms to 16.3" arms and 40" chest to 43" chest, its put way to much unwanted fat on my stomach, i do not mind doing the cardio and diet to get it off my only worry is how much upper body size am i looking to lose in doing so.


    Thats the beauty of bodybuilding mate...cut up and see what youve got, then you know where to focus on to improve in the future...its the challenge that lies ahead mate.


     
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    RE: stomach lipo how much does it cost? 2006/07/19 14:39:41 (permalink)
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    hay locust u doing a damm good job there, that is exactly what im after doing, was there any steroids used in that cut r eca stack? did u use a low carb diet and keep protein high?
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    RE: stomach lipo how much does it cost? 2006/07/19 14:40:27 (permalink)
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    here you go


    Abdominoplasty

    (Tummy tuck)

    Procedure: Flatten abdomen by removing excess fat and skin and tightening muscles of abdominal wall.
    Length: 2 to 5 hours.
    Anesthesia: General, or local with sedation.
    In/Outpatient: Either depending on individual circumstances and extent of surgery.
    Side Effects: Temporary pain. Swelling, soreness, numbness of abdominal skin, bruising, tiredness for several weeks or months.
    Risks: Blood clots. Infection. Bleeding under the skin flap. Poor healing resulting in conspicuous scarring or skin loss. Need for a second operation.
    Recovery: Back to work: 2 to 4 weeks. More strenuous activity: 4 to 6 weeks or more. Fading and flattening of scars: 3 months to 2 years. Learn more about tummy tuck

    Liposuction to the Abdomen

    Procedure: Improve Tummy shape by removing exercise-resistant fat deposits with a tube and vacuum device. Can be performed using the tumescent technique, in which targeted fat cells are infused with saline containing solution with a local anesthetic before liposuction to reduce post-operative bruising and swelling. Common locations for liposuction include chin, cheeks, neck, upper arms, above breasts, abdomen, buttocks, hips, thighs, knees, calves, ankles.

    For larger volumes of fat or for fibrous body areas, ultrasound-assisted lipoplasty (UAL) may be used. UAL is a new technique in which a ultrasound probe is inserted beneath the skin to "liquify" the fat before it is suctioned.
    Length: 1 to 2 hours or more. UAL: 20-40 percent longer than traditional liposuction.
    Anesthesia: Local, epidural, or general.
    In/Outpatient: Usually outpatient. Extensive procedures may require short inpatient stay.
    Side Effects: Temporary bruising, swelling, numbness, soreness, burning sensation. Tumescent: Temporary fluid drainage from incision sites. UAL: Larger incisions for cannula.
    Risks: Asymmetry. Rippling or bagginess of skin. Pigmentation changes. Skin injury. Fluid retention. Excessive fluid loss leading to shock. Infection. UAL: thermal burn injury caused by the heat from the ultrasound device.
    Recovery: Back to work: 1 week. More strenuous activity: 2 to 4 weeks. Full recovery from swelling and bruising: 1 to 4 months or more. Use of tumescent technique or UAL may decrease post-operative bruising and swelling.
    Duration of
    Results: Permanent, with sensible diet and exercise.
    post edited by davedarave01uk - 2006/07/19 14:41:10
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    RE: stomach lipo how much does it cost? please read my post. 2006/07/19 14:41:19 (permalink)
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    Your looking for an easy, lazy way out. Why?
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    RE: stomach lipo how much does it cost? 2006/07/19 14:41:46 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: mass

    hay locust u doing a damm good job there, that is exactly what im after doing, was there any steroids used in that cut r eca stack? did u use a low carb diet and keep protein high?


    BB thansk for the comments mate.

    Mass, have a read of my journal its all there mate.
    juat takes effort and some will power for a couple of months.
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    RE: stomach lipo how much does it cost? please read my post. 2006/07/19 14:42:22 (permalink)
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    you realise you will then get fat somewere else? When they suck out those fat cells and you continue with the same diet as before you will get as fat again only it will be in the next part of your body that stores it best.
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    RE: stomach lipo how much does it cost? 2006/07/19 14:42:45 (permalink)
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    Why go through a possible 5 hour opperation with risks, pay 4 grand, have to take a month or so off training, to not even look as good as you would after a 14 week cutting diet?


     
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    RE: stomach lipo how much does it cost? please read my post. 2006/07/19 14:47:35 (permalink)
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    nah i aint lazy im 6ft4" tall and just dont wanna lose to much upper body size cos of my height. if i was lazy i wouldent have spent nearly 3 yrs in the gym putting on mass, like i say if i aint looking at losing loads of size from cutting i have no worries putting the work in, i just hope i dont lose to much size in the proccess but hay i ghess that how its gotta b done cut up then bulk in winter again. but yea looking into it all now i can c it would b best just to do it the right way.
    post edited by mass - 2006/07/19 14:49:03
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