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Jordan Mangsle 
no bs, str8 answer
2020-12-19 16:22
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#1
ropz | 
Netherlands ONGix
Eat right
2020-12-19 16:23
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#7
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Iceland fatboislim
and eat less than you need
2020-12-19 16:24
Pure truth. This, along with being hydrated and having a good sleep. Another thing that is important is not just doing aerobic exercises (endurance). they are great for getting our circulatory system up to date, but just generating heat and sweating to try to lose weight is a bad strategy. If you really want to lose weight, you need to focus on strength exercises too, because the more developed your muscles are, the greater their ability to convert excess fat into energy (even when we are resting). This kind of exercise will make you feel your muscles right from the start and would serve well to your self esteem. Many women fall into this error if they're afraid of getting some muscles, but most slim women have focused on strengh exercises. If a person gets into the wrong idea of ​​fasting and running like crazy, their body simply won't have any energy in a few weeks, and it will be much harder to stop craving hypercaloric snacks. There's a reason this kind of food goes along with not doing any exercises at all. Another lie is what they say that exercising will be always good for mental health. Fact is, if you are just starting to exercise in your life recently and you happen to have some anxiety or depression symptoms, it is important not to exercise too much, because although it also involves the release of adrenaline (which is associated with a good feeling), one of the effects of exercising is to increase cortisol levels (associated with stress and therefore with depression). So take it easy to balance these things, otherwise you may end up feeling really bad and more tired at first, which will lead you to put yourself down again and giving up exercising before you even start a routine.
2020-12-21 17:32
Drink water when you feel snacky
2020-12-19 16:23
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that's a pretty good tip, I will do that
2020-12-19 19:31
This helped me alot 2 years ago. lost around 6kg that time.
2020-12-19 19:51
#4
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United States l_car
Have a good diet and work out
2020-12-19 16:23
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Lol
2020-12-19 16:24
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#12
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United States l_car
Starving would also work
2020-12-19 16:25
go to a nutricionist. but basically just eat chicken or fish with some vegetables. you can add some sweet potato if you want.
2020-12-19 16:24
11 replies
going to a nutricionist or a personal trainer is brainless thing to do in the year of 2020
2020-12-19 16:26
6 replies
my gf lost 12kgs in 3 months after going to one though. but ok.
2020-12-19 16:38
5 replies
Do you think it was the visit or the lifestyle changes?
2020-12-19 16:54
All the info is out there on the internet. Litteraly 2 hours of research will save you all the costs of a personal trainer's guidance.
2020-12-19 17:16
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While I agree that with extensive research you don't need a personal trainer, no 2 hours of research will ever do good. There is an immense amount of bullshit out there. You need to research pretty extensively to make good judgements out of the information out there. A personal trainer is just convenient for many people who do not want to put the personal effort in learning and researching.
2020-12-21 10:39
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Yeah you are right but i exagerrated a bit 😁
2020-12-21 11:25
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No problem man, have a great day
2020-12-21 16:59
#102
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Portugal CRMN1
+1, lost 15kg just eating chicken breast with broccoli and sweet potato. but there are way way more meal plans for weight loss
2020-12-19 18:11
go google how much calories/carbs sweet potate has first :)
2020-12-19 19:48
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the nutricionist recommend it. and it worked though, she lost 12 kgs.. so i don't need to google.
2020-12-19 20:16
#285
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Israel Smokie4g
chicken breast* other parts might be very fatty... skin is also almost pure fat.. other than that very nice tip.
2020-12-21 17:03
Workout every f cking day go run go swim go ride a bike do pushups etc..
2020-12-19 16:24
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yes but if you eat the same when you are getting weight it wont help that much :o
2020-12-19 16:37
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#243
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Portugal antCB
B U L K I N G :D Diet needs change with the training too. both go hand in hand for weight loss.
2020-12-20 19:12
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He bulk already though :D
2020-12-21 09:34
Eat healthier and less. Do daily cardio. Make sure you sleep enough.
2020-12-19 16:25
cut out the high calorie stuff (like soda, candy, fast food). Eat more of the low calorie food. That way you don't need to starve yourself and keep yourself full with decent amount of food. And then exercise. And you will see results.
2020-12-19 16:25
eat under maintenance calories
2020-12-19 16:25
#17
Bymas | 
Kuwait roye
drink lots of water, i know it can taste not natural, but drink till you wanna vommit, later you get used to it and it will feel like cola.
2020-12-19 16:27
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#72
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United States EDBX
Do not drink water until you want to vomit, 4 liters a day is enough no need to drink more unless you are sweating alot or dehydrated. Do you ever give advice based in facts/reality or do you just pull everything out of your own ass?
2020-12-19 17:28
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4 liters a day?? i started drinking ONLY water instead of cola, and i barely drink 2 liters a day. more like 1 or 1 and a half
2020-12-19 18:46
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#149
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United States EDBX
3.7 L is the medical recommendation for men.
2020-12-19 18:55
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#184
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Germany Bennime
depends on the size. im only around 60kg and 2 liter of water is more than enough. but sure if you are big americano you might need double that.
2020-12-19 20:19
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#185
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United States EDBX
True, the recommendation for women is only 2.7
2020-12-19 20:29
Megalul, real men are at least over 90 kg with 45 cm biceps in diameter. I'd rather be a fat fuck than 60 kg soyboy.
2020-12-20 10:32
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I have 2 questions. Who ask? Who cars?
2020-12-20 11:11
+10000
2020-12-20 19:11
No its not. 3.7 liters xddd what r u on about
2020-12-20 11:08
Just eat less. If you're young that's enough if you wanna just lose weight. If you wanna gain muscle then obviously you have to exercise and eat proper food. But dont follow YTbers and Instagram nobs "fitness" - most of them are on juice and you will just get sad knowing you will never have perfect muscle definition without juice. In the long run its not worth it
2020-12-19 16:27
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Yeah I did try lifting like 3 years back and man, I got so disappointed seeing that decent results are all roids and juice, fucking crazy people
2020-12-19 19:34
7 replies
Yep. Looking like prime Arnold became mainstream. But its all fake. Juice 🍹
2020-12-19 19:45
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Yeah, someone had implanted it in my mind, that Arnold was totally natural, no steroids, nothing, Can't say I was too happy when I knew what's really going on.
2020-12-19 19:55
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Its sad because it sets a standard that cannot be achieved
2020-12-19 20:37
You can get very good results even without "juice". It does take time though.
2020-12-20 10:33
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True, but you need godly genetics, Me being 3rd world all smoking and have diabetes in my family line, can't do.
2020-12-20 17:59
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wrong
2020-12-20 19:07
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fuck you
2020-12-21 09:29
How to get decent results without juice?
2020-12-19 19:57
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1999 wtf
2020-12-19 20:06
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The method described there is even older...
2020-12-19 20:13
dont eat for 2 weeks
2020-12-19 16:28
do 1 meal each day and a lot of water
2020-12-19 16:29
dont lose weight, just gain more
2020-12-19 16:29
3-5 meals a day (only healthy food) + 30-60 minutes walking/running/cycling/swimming every day and you are slim in 2-24 months (depends how fat you are)
2020-12-19 16:31
caloric deficit
2020-12-19 16:31
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This. Done.
2020-12-22 18:41
Intermittent fasting
2020-12-19 16:33
Reroll genes
2020-12-19 16:35
2 meals a day ( lunch and dinner ) and no carb for 2 weeks ish, only protein, vegetables and fat ( fat sauces ) work out in the morning take some fat burners or even some stimulants if you can and BCAA perhaps on an empty stomach and the fat will melt off yah and you'll see a noticeable difference after a month or so
2020-12-19 16:36
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Eat no carbs=how to fail a diet 101
2020-12-19 17:20
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#76
JaCkz | 
France Freaz
True, what you can do is eat no carbs at your dinner, if you eat properly all the carbs you ate during the day would have been consumed to make your body work and you won't stack fat during your sleep
2020-12-19 17:31
Then you are clueless
2020-12-19 17:36
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xD ofc, I hope you are trolling, but you have recommended BCAA which is also bullshit for casual people, so you are the clueless one. And before you say "Another HLTV expert" lemme say I have won some minor bodybuilding show in my country.
2020-12-19 18:14
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ok bodybuilding expert, do you know what glycogen is? How can you deplete the glycogen in your muscle and make your body a burning machine?
2020-12-19 18:27
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Bruh xdddd, Are you Gymshark manager or smth? So you think, if you eat like 5000kcal, but all from fats and protein, you would be "burning machine"? You would be just fat and tired.
2020-12-19 18:30
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why are you just making up some random number and where did you get it from. If you workout and do weightlifting and eat little to no carbs for about 2 weeks you are emptying you body's energy supplies and you body burns fat for fuel, that's the purpose of it. nvm just read this piece: Low-carb, high-protein diets do not cause you to lose muscle, and they can actually help you gain muscle while you lose bodyfat. This is due to two factors: the increase in dietary protein intake and the increase in the burning of fat for fuel. When you drop carbs, you should up protein consumption to at least 1 1⁄2-2 grams per pound of bodyweight per day. Research shows that protein intake drives the muscle-building process, which is known as protein synthesis; the more protein you ingest, the more protein synthesis that occurs and the greater the potential for muscle growth. Meanwhile, ketones, which are produced when you burn major amounts of bodyfat, are used by the body for fuel to prevent the breakdown of muscle protein. With that decrease in muscle breakdown due to ketones and an increase in muscle buildup from higher protein intake, you have a perfect recipe for stimulating muscle growth. In fact, a study performed at the Storrs campus of the University of Connecticut found that men on a low-carb, high-protein diet gained muscle mass without even exercising. When you couple a low-carb, high-protein diet with a solid training program, you’ll be amazed at how much fat you can lose while maintaining, if not gaining muscle.
2020-12-19 18:40
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Maybe thats the difference between us. I am kinda succesful bodybuilder with some gols medals and you are....whatever this is.
2020-12-19 18:45
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ofc you are, have a good one
2020-12-19 18:47
5 replies
U too m8
2020-12-19 18:48
#151
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Poland Jutiant
Following a low carb diet when trying to add mass is counterproductive. Carbs are the ideal fuel for lifting performance. For a cutting phase, you can/should stack most of your daily carbs prior to your workout. They are optional for other meals. I guess it really depends how "low-carb" you actually go. And tbh low carb in general isn't very sustainable for a young male. Sure you can make it work, but you're limiting your gains if you are. I highly recommend "Renaissance Periodization" videos on YT for nuanced specifics.
2020-12-19 19:08
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Depends on what "mass" you want to add. If we talk about dirty bulking then yes, you won't gain all this shit useless "mass", but if we talk about lean muscles with minimal amount of fat then it's possible. But for that I'd rather follow proper keto diet, not just "low carb". Carb loads prior to gym sessions isn't a problem after you get keto adapted. Real problem with keto is that your muscles hold less water.
2020-12-19 19:57
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#248
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Poland Jutiant
high carb diet with maintenance calories will yield superior results compared to any type of keto or low carb diet. When trying to add as much lean mass as possible with minimal to no fat gain
2020-12-20 22:22
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You sound like a typical person who never studied nor tried anything except standard high carb diet. It's possible to have good results on keto and high carb diet, but both diets have their pros and cons. Low carb diet isn't necessary keto, actually it's the worst possible choice, so I'd recommend to either stick to proper keto or high carb.
2020-12-21 07:58
It is not quite that simple, read #246
2020-12-20 19:38
#31
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France Kaaai
Eat stones
2020-12-19 16:36
#32
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Finland kalza1
skip a couple meals here and there, work out. There is no cheat code, you have to grab yourself by the bootstraps and fucking work for it.
2020-12-19 16:37
ASK BOOMBL4
2020-12-19 16:37
Start smoking
2020-12-19 16:38
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#49
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Brazil |witcher|
It actually works, but you fatten again when you quit smoking.
2020-12-19 17:00
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If you never stop, you will never get fat again:D
2020-12-19 17:25
worst advice in this thread
2020-12-21 10:46
stop soda drinks-ez lost weight
2020-12-19 16:39
Burn more energy than that comes in. 1. Eat less 2. Burn more (sports, be active etc)
2020-12-19 16:39
Watch Greg Doucette on YouTube, that's all
2020-12-19 16:40
Eat less (calorie restriction) Eat less often (intermittent fasting) Eat healthy (proper nutrition instead of empty calories to be less hungry) Exercise (resistance training or HIIT)
2020-12-19 16:42
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#77
JaCkz | 
France Freaz
If you do 20 minutes HIIT every day + weight lifting fews time a week + good eating habit you can lose easily 3/4kg per months without tryharding
2020-12-19 17:34
Keto and HIIT exercise, 20kg in 15 days
2020-12-19 16:44
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#79
JaCkz | 
France Freaz
Nah not good, you don't reinforce you muscle by doing that. Slighty overweight peoples are lucky in their misfortune in the sense that if they want to gain muscle mass they just have to slow down on eating and do some cardio + weightlifting to look really great, but it'll take much more longer
2020-12-19 17:38
#80
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Europe KappaKaako
Yeah for a 250kg lard american maybe can lose that much :DDD
2020-12-19 17:41
Best and simplest way to get started is to count calories and be in a calorie deficit every day. Some cardio wouldn't hurt either but start counting calories first and see how it goes.
2020-12-19 16:46
Spend more calores than you ingest Ez fix
2020-12-19 16:47
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#50
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Brazil |witcher|
This. I lost 6kg in around 3 months just by eating less, without doing any exercise.
2020-12-19 17:02
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how much meals u eat a day?
2020-12-19 18:47
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#222
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Brazil |witcher|
Three but my breakfast is extremely light. I don't have too much appetite in the morning. The only liquid I've been drinking is plain water.
2020-12-20 12:45
OMAD, and if u get hungry later on eat some low calorie fruits or vegetables like apples or cucumber. edit: Im loosing weight myself right now and this is what i do too. I have some days where i don't manage to stick to it cuz im just craving more food u know, in the end it's a mental game u play with yourself. I tried loosing weight many times before but never managed to do it, this time it feels completely different and i know i'll reach my goal.
2020-12-19 17:02
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same here, but I'm not doing OMAD (I did for a few weeks), I am doing Keto + IF. How much weight have you lost so far and how long have you been doing it?
2020-12-22 18:22
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Hey, yea i just do omad cuz I'm just too lazy to look at what a I have to eat and stuff like that. I'm 17 and still live with my mum, so she cooks for me and I just eat whatever she cooks that day, although I've also been trying to eat less meat, but that's for different reasons. I went from like 84,5kg to now 79kg in like 3 weeks, and I'm 175cm tall btw. Pretty happy with the weight loss already, but definetly gonna keep going until I'm like around 68kg. It's kinda crazy, like 1 month ago I was still craving unhealthy shit like chips or sugary drinks like coca cola. And now I don't need any of that shit anymore. What about you?
2020-12-22 19:05
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Nice, 5,5 kgs in 3 weeks is an awesome result. I am 28 and 181cm. In the beginning of this year I was weighing 120kg and I came across the idea of intermittent fasting in a book called "The Circadian Code" by Dr. Satchin Panda. I was just interested in learning more about circadian rhytms, but he had a chapter in his book in which he talked specifically about IF and how it worked and it's benefits. Then he had a picture in his book that looked like this: static.scientificamerican.com/sciam/cach.. It was a study on rats that ate the amount same calories. The difference is that one of the rats had food available 24h and the other would fast for 16h and eat during 8h. The results are pretty remarkable. One would become obese and the other would stay lean. But anyway... In january I started doing just IF. 16/8 protocol. I didn't have any plan, I would eat whatever I wanted as long as it was in the 8h feeding window. That went well, my hunger reduced and I wouldn't eat as much in that period. In the mean time I also corrected some bad eating habits (such as eating a heavy carbohydrate meal at 2 am - without being hungry), and also tried to stop snacking in-between meals. This alone helped me lose 8kg. After I got down to about 112kg I started Keto "on accident". One day I ate lunch and dinner without having any carbs and I felt good. The next day I asked myself "can I go another day without carbs?" and I did. And then I would ask this question everyday until I abandoned carbs altogether. This was on mid-october, so 2,5 months ago. Since that day my weight has dropped a lot more. As of today I'm weighing 100.9 kgs. A total of 19.1 kgs so far combining IF + Keto, My goal weight is 85kg. Even though I was 120 I had some muscle because I've been working out for about 3yrs so it wasn't all fat. Also, like you said, I don't crave unhealthy foods like chips, sodas etc anymore. In the past I would eat all this stuff in the blink of an eye. It feels really good to simply not want to eat this stuff anymore instead of having to use willpower and self-control.
2020-12-22 22:28
ask boombl4
2020-12-19 17:04
calorie deficit workout sleep well eat well
2020-12-19 17:04
Do some real sports like sitting in a nice comfy chair and playing counter strike Occasionally call in on your mom to bring you snacks
2020-12-19 17:06
1. Go for a walk, around 1 hour (or more if you want to) every single day. 2. If you eat pasta, potatoes or rice, simply stop eating that. They are pure calories and will only make you gain weight.
2020-12-19 17:07
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#68
JaCkz | 
France Freaz
First you should eat whole grain and not over processed pasta/rice/bread. Whole grain is one of the best carbs you can eat, they're full of fiber, more prot, and most importantly they're slow carbs
2020-12-19 17:25
NOOOOON SENSE!!!!!!! dont fall for this shit. every lean muscle person will eat chicken and broccoli with either potatoes, rice or noodles on and off and they are not fat. explain it?
2020-12-19 17:29
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There is a difference between white rice with 0.4 g of fiber and brown rice with 14 g of fiber (per 100 g). Potatoes and whole grain pasta are fine unless it's your main source of carbs or you eat it too often.
2020-12-19 17:45
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bullshit men, 100g white rice 130 cals, 100g brown rice 110 cals. fiber is not gonna make u gain weight or lose weight , it's just complete horse shit. calories make u gain weight or lose weight. most ppl are not even dedicated to count calories for 1 month straight cuz, lemme tell u. they will lose weight if they do.
2020-12-19 17:58
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not saying you are right or wrong because TDLR, but from the glanse I took, you are arguing against someone who knows what they are talking about.
2020-12-19 18:02
Study: glycemic index, glycemic load, insulin index. Of course overeating makes you gain weight and simple calorie restriction will help (if you don't have insulin resistance, for example), but with proper nutrition it will be easier and faster.
2020-12-19 18:05
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Wtf are you talking about glycemic index? That's for diabetic people and it spikes your blood sugar level and has nothing to do with gaining weight. and high blood glucose level would more likely turn into muscle gain than weight gain.
2020-12-19 18:10
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Blood sugar spike -> insulin reaction -> drops blood sugar level lower than you had before eating -> you feel "hunger" but actually your body just need to restore blood sugar levels -> you eat your high glycemic shit and here we go again. It's a vicious loop. That's why people need all these snacks or eat 3-4-5 times a day, etc.
2020-12-19 18:19
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That's true, but are still not gonna lose weight if you're not in a caloric deficit. No matter what you eat. Removing the carbs lead to only one thing avoiding high calories. and u should not care about glycemic index unless u have problems with blood sugar or ur juiced up with gear which most likely will lead to elevated blood sugar levels.
2020-12-19 18:27
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I never said one should remove carbs completely or always avoid simple carbs. I said you shouldn't rely on some foods as your main source of carbs and choose better option instead. Just like I don't say that keto won't work for losing weight. You don't need to worry about glycemic/insulin index and other stuff when you're young, healthy, can eat anything and get away with it, but when you're 30+ you will see that quality also does matter, not only quantity. Though even many children have excess weight nowadays, so I think my point stands still. High glycemic food is good when you need energy right here right now, for example eat some simple carbs and go exercise. But if it's your usual meal then you will be fucked in long term.
2020-12-19 18:36
How does this work? Italians and french ppl have been eating carbs all their life in mass. And you have like 50% less fat people in Italy than Germany or other countries that have very low standard carbs high protein.
2020-12-19 18:02
#59
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Germany Bier
Calorie deficit
2020-12-19 17:09
don't eat after 19.00, skip breakfast.
2020-12-19 17:13
7 replies
??? skip breakfast? you can skip everything but not breakfast
2020-12-19 21:12
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yes 100% skip breakfast. more testo, more energy, more antibodies to kill viruses, more every good thing your body needs. don't belive shit you hear.
2020-12-20 08:54
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Tells some facts without sources "don't belive shit you hear" Choose one
2020-12-20 11:20
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ok, so if you stop eating at 19.00 and don't eat breakfast it counts for about 16 hours of not eating and 8 hours of eating, if you connect the dots there is a word for it. so go boy and google the benefits of intermittent fasting.
2020-12-20 11:50
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You are a bit inscure about your "facts". But if you read again I haven't called you out for telling lies or doubting your points. I merely told you if you tell someone not to believe shit they hear that it may not be the best idea to follow up with telling him something without any evidence or source related to it in your comment.
2020-12-20 18:39
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oh right true, should back up with something concrete, i learned something, thanks.
2020-12-20 19:07
24/7 beating dick
2020-12-19 17:14
Eat less/excercise more->Caloric deficit.
2020-12-19 17:18
caloric deficit unless ur insulin resistent then just try some keto some some weeks and then go back on a caloric deficit.
2020-12-19 17:27
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Yeah but insulin resistance (IR) develops over years, so doing Keto for a few weeks won't reverse their IR. I am not against Keto, I'm doing with and with great results.
2020-12-22 18:28
eat everything mostly FAST FOOD that's a good for your health and you'll lose a lot
2020-12-19 17:28
Dont just lose weight, lose fat. Eat slightly less calories than your Body needs, exercise so you dont lose muscles and eat enough protein
2020-12-19 17:28
get moving. stop taking the car or the bus, go by feet or go with bike. and u will see drastic weight loss already in 2 weeks. we are not even close to phyhsical activities our ancestors did. and our ancestor rarely were fat people.
2020-12-19 17:32
Live on a calorie deficit, this can be achieved by: alot of exercise, eating way less and way less high-calorie foods, or you can do both in moderation. Keep in mind 1kg is ~7700 calories, so you'd want to be in a 500 calorie deficit daily to lose 1kg every two weeks, which is what I recommend.
2020-12-19 17:48
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forgot to mention, fasting is a great method, usually I recommend intermittent fasting, of 6/8 hours, so you eat for 6/8 hours and fast for 16/18 hours, usually skipping breakfast and dining early, is what works best. Now you can do a full water fast, but I don't recommend it, for health reasons, it's mostly safe but I recommend doing it with medical supervision. If you opt for the latter, you would lose alot of weight fast, keeping in mind the 7700 calories, you will lose every single calorie you need to function, so basically you will operate on ketones and all of your fat, so you could exprct a 1900-3000 calorie daily loss, especially since you are not eating a single calorie.
2020-12-19 17:55
TBH, I lost weight cuz I only drink water and maybe 1 time a week a bit of soda or a beer. I stopped eating sweets and chips (all that unhealthy stuff) and I do homeworkouts cuz I donz like running/jogging.
2020-12-19 17:49
dont eat before bed and eat less than 2000 kcal
2020-12-19 17:51
starve
2020-12-19 17:53
#90
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United States FlagMaster
I've lost about 30lbs in the last 6 months. Best advice is 30mins of cardio for 4-5 days out of the week. Eat less carbs like bread and pasta and eat dinner earlier. If you find yourself sitting down for hours on end, stand up and take a 5 min walk every now and then. Lift weights if you can because the extra muscle mass burns more calories passively throughout the day.
2020-12-19 17:57
Eat S1mple. Too much protein.
2020-12-19 17:59
#97
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Germany Lifant
consume less calories than you burn literally all there is to it
2020-12-19 18:03
7 replies
that's not how it works my frend. if u eaten all ur life shitty food, ur most likely to be resistant to insulin, which will make u gain weight and decrease muscle building even tho ur in a caloric deficit. it will take u 30 days of consistent workout to finally notice some grams fall off.
2020-12-19 18:12
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#109
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Germany Lifant
its simple physics man food is energy energy cannot be removed or created, only converted. If you move / your organs work they need energy if u burn more energy than you consume, that energy comes from other storage. Sure, there's other things to factor in, as you said, you might burn muscle first before fat, but you still lose weight.
2020-12-19 18:20
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well ur right. but ur still gonna not lose weight if u dont cure ur insulin resistance before workingout / dieting cutting calories, cuz ur fat cells will be stored elsewhere.
2020-12-19 18:25
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#252
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Poland Jutiant
you will lose weight regardless if you are insulin resistant or not. However it could definitely impact the rate of fat loss
2020-12-20 22:29
wow, this dude just cracked the weightloss industry
2020-12-21 10:47
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#280
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Germany Lifant
Well the issue is not that people don't know this it's that they don't stick to it
2020-12-21 13:30
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nah, weight loss is much more complex than that. For many people, being in a small deficit is not enough and big deficit is too hard for them to healthily continue over a long period of time. A lot of genetic factors are also at play. Different people respond to different diets better. For some people as you said, being in a simple caloric deficit is more than enough though.
2020-12-21 16:58
#104
Karma | 
Netherlands HSQ
run every morning
2020-12-19 18:11
nt boombl4
2020-12-19 18:12
just drink water, move yourself and eat less I lost like 14 kilos by that
2020-12-19 18:21
eat less calories than you need and that's it, loosing weight is very easy tbh.
2020-12-19 18:21
#113
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Morocco royflord
consume less calories than what you need, aim for a 500 Calories deficit and start working out so you don't become skinny
2020-12-19 18:25
set max calorie intake to 1300 recommended app myfitnesspal
2020-12-19 18:28
3 replies
gonna be pretty unhealthy for ur liver if u go that big of a deficit.shouldnt do more than 5-800 cals in a deficit.
2020-12-19 18:35
2 replies
acutally I started from 1800 went down step by step. have to start cutting somewhere right
2020-12-19 18:36
1 reply
ur overal calories is 1800? what ur weight and height?
2020-12-19 18:40
stop eating
2020-12-19 18:31
buy VR and train
2020-12-19 18:31
Calorie deficit .Calculate your BMR and TEE , keep ur calories intake 300 below TEE but never go below BMR . If u want fat loss rather than weight loss , don't do cardio n focus on weight registrant training. Also consider a diet plan like KETO , LCD or zone diet . ALWAYS MEASURE FOOD BEFORE EAT I usually prefer LCD which allows u to eat many stuffs also. Also if u want more information , please DM as i cant refer a link here or u can search about FITTR .
2020-12-19 18:38
8 replies
i'm not trying to be racist or anything but i tried to read it in Indian accent and it sounded funny
2020-12-19 18:38
2 replies
Well good for you . Hope it made u laugh
2020-12-19 18:39
1 reply
yes indeed, but on the other hand you commented a good advice for that boi, solid
2020-12-19 18:40
Good advice though I never heard about "LCD or zone diet". I'd also recommend to skip breakfast.
2020-12-19 18:41
4 replies
LCD is low carb diet ( 25:25:40 ) and zone diet is (40:30:30) for carb , proteins and fat respectively. also i think u r suggesting intermittent fasting which is also very good strategy
2020-12-19 18:43
3 replies
Got it, thanks. Personally I prefer either high carb or full keto with minimal amount of carbs (at least first months), feel better than on low carb.
2020-12-19 18:44
2 replies
KETO is pretty good but as i m vegetarian its very difficult to follow .
2020-12-19 18:46
1 reply
Agreed... I'm vegan myself (for the last 10 years). I'd stay on keto forever if I ate meat, but on vegan diet there is simply not much to eat if you want to stay under 30 g of carbs. And expensive af.
2020-12-19 18:48
#125
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Australia Ohnorepo
Be in a calorie deficit. Either exercise enough that you burn enough calories to get under the calories you need to sustain your weight. Or eat less and get under the calories you need to sustain your current weight. Probably the most obvious answer here. Start small, especially if you're immediately going to jump into exercise as well. 300 calories under for the first few weeks. I wouldn't recommend much more than 600-800 calorie deficit though after that.
2020-12-19 18:39
3 replies
i made that mistake on my last cut, i was so eager to lose fat quickly so i made a 600 deficit and for the 3 months it was going alright, but after that i stalled and felt like shit, and ofcourse i did not lose that fat i wanted, but in January i'm going for a really good, slow and steady cut i need to get rid of that fat once and for all
2020-12-19 18:43
2 replies
i think u hit plateau . try increasing ur calorie intake for 1 week
2020-12-19 18:45
1 reply
yes i did, it was around june, but since then i was maingaining, maybe on a slight surplus (300kcal+) but like i said in January it's time for round two, this time with better approach
2020-12-19 18:48
#127
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Lebanon Axe_22
I'm a PT I have a master degree in PE and a diploma in strength and conditioning the answer to your question is 60% diet - 40% exercising ofcourse by exercising I mean the right kind of exercise not youtube bullshit
2020-12-19 18:39
Follow the protien chef on youtube, cook his meals, go the the gym and you will get all kinds of gains
2020-12-19 18:41
Eat less workout more
2020-12-19 19:10
I've used to eat 1000 calories per day for 7 months. I have lost 60 kilos. I didn't workout. I just made sure that I have minimum 10000 steps per day.
2020-12-19 19:11
caloric deficit, fasting and doing a lot of cardio :)
2020-12-19 19:14
fast like a muslim its rly good mate
2020-12-19 19:13
KETO DIET
2020-12-19 19:15
5 replies
Yea Keto works and you dont go around feeling hungry all the time.
2020-12-19 19:18
keto is good to start a fatloss journey but i dont recommend longer than 1 month.
2020-12-19 20:31
3 replies
Keto for no longer than 1 month doesn't make any sense. In 1 month you won't even reach keto adaptation which is when you just start noticing benefits of keto, and to fully realize keto potential you will need 6-12 months. Keto isn't just another diet which you could try for a month and see results, keto implies serious changes of your body's internal processes. Just think: you ate carbohydrates your whole life and you think your metabolism will switch from glucose to ketones just like that? Your body will have to learn and adapt to rely on fats as your main energy source instead of carbs.
2020-12-20 10:27
2 replies
lol just by doin intermittent fasting will show up ketosis in your urin just after 1 day. what are u talkin about?
2020-12-20 15:59
1 reply
There is a difference between ketosis and keto adaptation... siimland.com/the-3-stages-of-the-ketogen.. youtu.be/aleIM9Tj6-c You might have ketones in blood and urine, but it doesn't mean that your body successfully uses them as fuel. That's why people usually feel like shit in the first week (or two) on keto, that's why you struggle in gym in the first 2-4 weeks on keto.
2020-12-20 17:11
eat much as u want in 1 hour of the day and then dont eat anything in those 23hours just drink water. do that for 2 months and ez lose of weight
2020-12-19 19:17
stop eating junk food. i lost 3-4 kilograms in last 5-6 weeks just by cutting eating junk food -chocolates, biscuits, cookies, potato chips-. no workout, no gym, no nothing. played computer games for 10 hours.
2020-12-19 19:18
Walk 2h/day
2020-12-19 19:48
calorie deficit simple men needs 2.5 k eat just 2k, and wait i lost 8 kilos last 5 weeks, but im used to it because of gym soon i wioll eat everzthing again yes baby and i eat 5 burgers today
2020-12-19 19:50
I need how to gain weight
2020-12-19 19:50
2 replies
u not german
2020-12-19 20:09
1 reply
In germany we call me a Lauch
2020-12-22 18:15
Eat less /thread
2020-12-19 19:50
establish healthy eating habits + exercise
2020-12-19 19:51
Eat a lot of meat and only.
2020-12-19 19:51
#173
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Poland kingWZRD
if you want to go easy way just eat two meals a day, less calories than you need. Obviously you will feel shitty but still. thats the result. If you wanna go smart about it, just eat healthy, go for long runs every day. Or do some sests of hiit trainings.
2020-12-19 19:53
#177
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Netherlands staticNL
eat two meals a day instead of 3. eaasy
2020-12-19 19:59
math calorie deficit
2020-12-19 20:10
dont eat meat dont dring soda try to run in the morning ez
2020-12-19 20:31
exercise eat in moderation sleep 7-8h/day drink 3L water/day
2020-12-19 20:45
the last time i answered a question like this I got banned :(
2020-12-20 09:04
I know many people say you should hit the gym. Don't do it yet, you'll only gain muscle but you won't be losing fat that much. Even in the sense of using a treadmill or something similar won't do the trick, since it's a lot easier to slack in a gym and a lot harder/boring to jog inside. Jogging outside will be the best way for you to lose calories and that way to lose fat. I suggest you begin by jogging 6km in 40 minutes and work your way up (the first runs will feel horrible, but make sure you give it your all, and once you keep a steady routine they'll start to feel a lot easier and you might even start liking it and getting a "runner's high"). Also adopt a lighter diet (you don't have to start swapping meat into salad completely, but just overall smaller meal sizes, eat two hot meals a day and no snacking).
2020-12-20 09:21
#197
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Sweden boyyscout
Here is my body recomposition. this took a little bit over 1 year. I am 189 cm tall 120 kg: imgur.com/QZDJYdB 75 kg: imgur.com/HbUlzS9 i did HIIT cardio 4-5 times per week, i would sprint for 1 minute then walk for 1 minute (on treadmills) and i would lose 500 kcal per session. also did some lifting but put more focus into the cardio and core exercises. Drank water when i woke up, then went to gym and when i came home i ate my first carbs of the days, whole grain rice with a can of tuna. for dinner i only ate protein and sallad. and of course i ate no bad calories whatsoever
2020-12-20 09:30
7 replies
Damn, that's impressive.
2020-12-20 10:15
1 reply
#220
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Sweden boyyscout
thanks bro
2020-12-20 11:22
omg
2020-12-20 10:59
in how many months ?
2020-12-21 04:33
1 reply
#257
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Sweden boyyscout
About 14 months, but 2 of those 14 were pretty much me just starting to get to know the gym, watching youtube tutorials for exercises then trying them out, light running/speed walking etc
2020-12-21 07:43
And what about for lunch?
2020-12-21 07:04
1 reply
#256
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Sweden boyyscout
My lunch was what i ate after gym. Since I was a student, i was able to go to the gym in the morning every day so i would drink a black coffee and water when i woke up, then go to the gym and when i came home i would eat whole grain rice or pasta with a can of tuna or mackerel. Then I didn't eat anything until dinner and dinner was the last thing i ate for the day i was always on a calorie deficit, it's a lot easier to make it through if one drinks plenty of water
2020-12-21 07:42
I lost a lot of weight but just eating mostly eggs, meat, vegetables, fruit, and nuts. It doesnt take much effort and you wont go hungry but weight will just drop because you will actually be satiated after a meal and not need to eat constantly
2020-12-20 09:39
sew your lips.
2020-12-20 09:58
eat good and some sport and ez
2020-12-20 10:21
#206
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Estonia sEEm4NN
ask boombl4 and zywooo
2020-12-20 10:32
1 reply
XD
2020-12-20 10:58
Go Gym and Go to the nutritionist doctor you will lose your weight easily in 1 year
2020-12-20 10:34
eat less
2020-12-20 11:09
#215
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Hungary szia
eat less move more
2020-12-20 11:10
#217
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Reunion Esquinox
get SPD and you'll stop getting the feeling to need to eat
2020-12-20 11:17
#218
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Brazil largeshaw
just get depression eating will be a chore, along with everything else XD
2020-12-20 11:19
If you can join a gym. Caloric deficit is hat makes you lose weight. A good and healthy way to achieve it. 1. Workout - Try to do compound movements a lot. Deadlifts, Squats, Bench Press, Overhead Press, Pull Ups. 2. Eat less carbs and keep your protein intake high. This way you dont lose muscle mass and mantain your strength. 3. Sleep well to recover and drink water more often(makes you feel more full and more fresh)
2020-12-20 12:51
long fast walks are great. I lose 12kg in 2 months by doing it every day.
2020-12-20 12:53
Caloric deficit.
2020-12-20 17:59
you want to lose fat, not weight. so don't eat more fat and try eliminate what you have through exercise. running is the best option.
2020-12-20 18:05
#230
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Europe zeroflo
no sugar, no mcdonalds, move your f***** a**, Exercise (dont matter what, just exercise) I started doing this 4 things at the end of 2018 and im looking like f****** christiano ronaldo now
2020-12-20 18:10
#231
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Ukraine Vovanx
healthy caloric deficit, resistance workouts, and interval based cardio training
2020-12-20 18:11
#232
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Albania Quarkz
Just eat raw chicken. You'll poop out more than you get in. Works 100%
2020-12-20 18:13
I suggest getting as fat as you can right now why you have an excuse so when this all clears you can work out at the max
2020-12-20 18:13
1 reply
Fllag checks out
2020-12-21 10:00
#234
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Jordan Zereeni
stop eating mansaf
2020-12-20 18:15
2 replies
ya zalameh i fucking hate mansaf
2020-12-21 10:00
1 reply
#278
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Jordan Zereeni
based
2020-12-21 11:31
I think its 65% eating and 35% exercise . I used a very strict diet while trying to go to boxing class 3/5 days a week to lose weight, did it for like 3 weeks, with a little bit of cheating after 2. now I still go the gym almost everyday and try to watch out what I eat. And another tip is, think by yourself if the calories are worth it whenever you eat something while you're not that hungry.
2020-12-20 18:20
in theory, it's easy: just move your ass. lose more energy than you gain...simple as that.
2020-12-20 18:45
poeple are still asking this question in 2020
2020-12-20 19:11
Search about snake diet.
2020-12-20 19:12
Eat less calories than you use its that simple
2020-12-20 19:13
So far I lost 19kg this year doing intermittent fasting + Keto. Everybody always tells you to "eat less, move more". I decided to do the opposite, I ate until I was fully satisfied each meal and I barely did any exercise (because of corona). This is the best result I've ever had. I'm 181cm and weighing 101kg as of today. Still have to lose more 16kg to get to my goal weight. Don't be afraid to try different things and don't be discouraged if you don't get results following the traditional advice. It's not your fault, these traditional diets always work for some time and then they suddenly stop working (because your metabolism tanked or smth) then you get discouraged, quit, regain all your weight back and a bit more. I've been a victim of the tradional way of dieting way too many times. Keto + IF ftw!
2020-12-20 19:28
#249
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Poland Spanksss
do drugs
2020-12-20 22:24
3 replies
which one?
2020-12-21 10:42
2 replies
#288
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Poland Spanksss
cocaine, ampethamine
2020-12-21 22:13
1 reply
Ok thanks, i will take it before gym
2020-12-22 08:33
Eat less
2020-12-20 22:26
try following a keto diet if you are extremely fat but there are a lot of short term side effects for keepin your body in ketosis so ur only gonna want to do it for a limited amount of time. after that maintain a healthy diet with exercise and lose weight gradually
2020-12-20 22:28
Intermittent fasting. Easiest solution if you can't commit. Don't eat 16 hours, and then eat NORMALLY for 8 hours. Sleep hours can be counted. You can drink liquids anytime you want. Once you get used to starving every morning, it becomes much easier.
2020-12-21 04:43
eat straight, drink water, workout, stop smoking must help
2020-12-21 07:44
#259
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North America joeS
Cut out greasy foods, drink exclusively water with an occasional soft drink or tea as a treat, and don't eat after 10pm.
2020-12-21 07:48
Eat often to keep up the metabolism but have small portions, cut carbs and have some or all meals consisting of just meat and salad. Forget about sodas, drink water
2020-12-21 09:47
#268
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Poland Necro666
less carbs more water more protein a bit sweat, better do heavy weight instead of intervals U gonna looks better homie. Best wishes and marry X-mas homie :)
2020-12-21 10:10
#269
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Other delmaszm
Good calories+Calories deficit
2020-12-21 10:36
ask boombl4
2020-12-21 10:42
1 reply
underrated comment
2020-12-21 12:59
to lose weight easier way is eat less and have a goals weight so u motivate. if ur lazy u can just fasting to lose weight fast but water weight only and now overall weight since u can gain it back but consistently just eat less u will eventually get it there
2020-12-21 13:39
0 carbs, 0 fats, a lot of protein - with no exercise -5kg a week and don't count calories
2020-12-21 17:21
1 reply
That is a good method for losing the last 10kg or so, but not as a lifestyle because you need fats to have your hormones functioning properly.
2020-12-22 18:41
have your gun out at every round start for weight training.
2020-12-22 18:28
less food, more exercise
2020-12-22 18:47
dont eat
2020-12-22 20:38
#1 most important thing keep track of calories per day. Find out around how many calories you normally eat or day. Then try to lower it some. Stick to a consistent way of eating every day. Let’s say you normally eat 2500+ cals and want to eat around 2200 calories a day. I would recommend eating 2 big meals and a snack per day. The big meals being 800-1000 calories. It really doesn’t matter what you eat, you can eat burger fries and pizza as long as it the TOTAL food you eat per day is less than your max calories. But I’d try to cut out soda and drink water to make it easier. Try intermittent fasting, wait 16 hours before your first meal. When you eat your first big meal you will be very satisfied and the food will even taste better. You will also become very used to being hungry and it will become very easy. Weight train+mild cardio, around 3-5 days a week is fine. You can even workout while fasted if you want, it never affected me but you don’t have to. Consistency, try to set a time goal, like 3 months. Don’t even think of fat as a bad thing, it’s just your bodies way of storing energy for times when you don’t have much to eat.
2020-12-22 21:00
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