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Default how can i lose weight fast! - 12-16-2007, 09:43 AM

well im only 14 i wanan lose some weight so that i can be fit and i wanan do some work out what is the best food to eat and best exercise to do each day?
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Default 12-16-2007, 09:44 AM

il be joining the gym after christmas and when school time is on il be goin the gym evry night for like 2 hours
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please reply i need to no what things in the gym are best for losing weight after iv lost weight im going to be gaining muscle
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Default 12-16-2007, 11:30 AM

whats best food to eat to help me lose weight and what is the best exercise for me to lose weight
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Default 12-16-2007, 03:08 PM

Welcome to the forum Tom! I'll point you in the direction of some info that you can read where things like this have been discussed. If you still have questions, post them here and one of us will check back and try to help.

Here are good foods to buy:
http://forum.illpumpyouup.com/showthread.php?t=10565

Here is some good diet info to follow:
http://forum.illpumpyouup.com/showthread.php?t=5497

Here's some good all around advice from Kickboy:
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Welcome to the forum, I want to give some tips/opinions that may help. IMO what you want to do is change your life habits to work for you; Here are some things you might try.
1. Only eat what you plan to eat, no extra brownies someone brought in to work (this time of year is terrible for that).
2. Plan a cheat day and go hard core the other 6 days.
3. Drink loads of water.
4. Eat small frequent meals, 6 per day if your schedule allows.
5. Cut out processed food.
This may be enough to start with but remember that the next 30 days of the year may be the toughest. Parties, drinks and even Mom’s Christmas cookies so I would try to be reasonable but also don’t gain another 5 pounds with the flood of goodies that will be in everyone’s face.

Last statement: most people are not able to tell you everything they ate in the course of a day; by bedtime they forget little things cookies, chips. Exercise some discipline and break free of what I call the opportunistic feeder, you know the people who run out to buy a Christmas gift at Costco and eat free samples for lunch.
Here's a link that will take you to a full list of other links to routines/workouts:
http://forum.illpumpyouup.com/showthread.php?t=8036

I hope all this helps and like I say, if you have questions after that, post here and we'll try to help you out.

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Default 12-16-2007, 03:21 PM

thanks rich was just wondering is it worth getting a sweat suit for when i go to the gym and work out

and whats best thing to use to work out like rowing machine etc?
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Default 12-16-2007, 03:23 PM

Man, I don't know. I wear whatever the heck I want to wear

Shorts and T-shirts for me mostly and I don't care if I match or not. Whatever you are comfortable in.
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Default 12-16-2007, 03:29 PM

thanks dude do you think this is a good thing to do at start

monday: rowing machine 2x15
standing barbell curl 2x15 15lb weight
thredmill 20mins
bench press 2x15 15lb weight
and do the same evryday for like 3 weeks then step it up
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Default 12-16-2007, 03:30 PM

i want to lose weight im like 12.5stone wanan go down to like 9stones and then build to muscle
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Default 12-16-2007, 03:43 PM

Working out can do both for you up to a certain point. I started out chubby and just worked out and paid no attention to diet. After I had burned most of my fat off, it revealed some muscle that had been built.

Get a routine down and go with it. Eat smart but keep it fairly simple. I fear some people that are new try to over-complicate things and get frustrated and ultimately give up. IMO, this is a lifestyle change and if you aren't enjoying doing it, it's probably not going to work. Have fun doing it and tweak it as you learn.
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Default 12-16-2007, 03:56 PM

i think this roteen is good to get me to burn the fat of before i develop muscle
rowing machine 4x15
thredmill 30mins

doin that evryday hopefully should pay off if im lucky might lose like 7 lb a week
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with egg whites do you cook them or drink raw??please reply to this
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Default 12-16-2007, 04:11 PM

I would much rather see you doing a lifting + cardio routine than doing just 2 exercises every day. OK, maybe i need to go back on what I said about not over-complicating things

How about this? Look at this routine that I put together and used for quite a while:
http://forum.illpumpyouup.com/showthread.php?t=9791

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with egg whites do you cook them or drink raw??please reply to this
I NEVER eat them raw, but some here do. Do whichever you like. Removing the yolks is recommended for keeping it lean. Such as if you eat 4 eggs, remove the yolks from 3 of them.
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Default 12-16-2007, 04:18 PM

thanks for the help hopefully gona join the gym this week
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Default 12-16-2007, 04:21 PM

as of now all bad food is gona is this good?
brekfastutmeal
school break:ham salad sandwich
school dinner:tuna and pasta salad box
home from school: 2 egg whites
go gym for 3hours
tea:chicken and salad
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Default 12-16-2007, 04:24 PM

I would say the diet looks pretty good. Go with it and you can tweak it later. But let me say this. Going to the gym for 3 hrs is going to put you on the fast trail to over-training! Keep it from 45-75 minutes per workout. As you get some experience under your belt, you'll be able to manage your time and arrange things to suite you.
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Default 12-16-2007, 04:32 PM

thanks il get pics of me now and wat im like on july 10th witch is my b day then il be 15 hopefully il be alot fitter
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Default 12-16-2007, 06:39 PM

whey protein and skim milk
would this be wise to take as im only 14 will it affect my body?
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Default 12-16-2007, 06:40 PM

i might buy a whey protein from argos it has 0fat 0carb over 85protein evry serving this good?
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Default 12-16-2007, 06:43 PM

Opinions vary on how much protein can be utilized in one serving. Seems like 50 is the most common # I see. If you buy it, maybe take 1/2 servings. Food is the best way to get your protein.

And whey protein and skim milk should be fine for you. Just make sure it's used as it's intended purpose and that is a supplement to your diet.
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