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im 1.80 and 84 kg i've a big belly, I routinely work chest, arms, legs etc.Will this work to melt my belly? or should i do something else
2021-06-14 13:54
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Germany lyannen
losing weight is mainly done with your diet
2021-06-14 13:55
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i don't eat bread,desserts and fast food since i started to gym i hope i will lose weight(
2021-06-14 13:58
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I wouldnt reduce carbs too much. carbs are very important, especially if you do weight training. desserts (or high sugar food in general) are trash, good thing skipping those. but dont cut on carbs too much! just track your food and have a minus 300 cal daily intake.
2021-06-14 14:02
#7
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Belgium lil_vodka
bro drink water i'm telling ya it helps a lot!!
2021-06-14 14:06
Try to count the calories of your meals for a while. sometimes people say, 'I eat little and I gain weight' but they actually eat more than they have to.
2021-06-14 14:57
mainly? bs
2021-06-14 16:20
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#44
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Germany lyannen
youre actually right. Its the only real factor :)
2021-06-14 16:21
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clearly, you know nothing
2021-06-14 16:22
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#47
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Germany lyannen
yes because you gain weight when youre in a caloric deficit true!
2021-06-14 16:25
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wait what, you gain weight when you starve yourself? out of which textbook you pulled this statement out?
2021-06-14 16:27
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#56
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Germany lyannen
you clearly didnt understand the sarcasm behind that satement trying to make fun of youre statement that i clearly know nothing :)
2021-06-14 16:32
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damn, next time use quotation marks.
2021-06-14 16:34
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#59
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Germany lyannen
nah bro. i thought youre smart enough to understand that. But apparently youre not :(
2021-06-14 16:51
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clearly
2021-06-14 19:55
training is good but with the belly fat only time will help.... small cal deficit (300-400) every day
2021-06-14 13:57
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Should I still be in deficit while I'm trying to get bigger you know? I am 175cm and 67kg right now, but after a year of working out I still have some fat around my belly and love handles. I will try to eat a little bit (100-200) calories less and add one extra cardio session or walk a little bit more, might it work?
2021-06-14 14:39
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your body is able to use some of your fat as an energy source when working out. so yes, it can work
2021-06-14 14:46
You should eat at maintenance calories (no deficit or surplus), and eat at least 150g protein everyday. Train hard, track your lifts and progressively overload. Drink at least 2L water every day.
2021-06-14 14:46
hi, if you are in a calorie deficit you wont get bigger. you either lose fat now, then you start clean bulk or you can continue bulking if you dont have that much. gl
2021-06-14 14:53
I agree with #27 I would get rid of the fat with a deficit and then start bulking clean muscles.
2021-06-14 15:18
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Yeah thats true, I've had mentality such as "I want to be bigger to look like a man" or smth, have to change that.
2021-06-14 15:23
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you can remove fat and build muscle at the same time even with a caloric deficit, it will be harder and you obviously will weigh less but you will thank yourself later, especially if you were a skinny boy before, you won't like to be skinny again I personally don't mind a bit of fat as long as i'm gaining muscle too
2021-06-14 16:31
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gaining muscle and losing fat at the same time is very difficult and requires a very strict and specific diet. bodybuilders do it in the cutting season. it is possible, but I would not recommend it to hobby athletes. for normal people (non body builders) I would recommend lose fat first, then bulk up clean muscle.
2021-06-15 10:28
That's literally the worst suggestion you can make. never starve your body.
2021-06-14 16:21
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there is a difference between starving and a small cal deficit. and it depends on what your goal is mate. if you wanna reduce body fat the only way is put less in than you spend. fat is the energy reserve of your body. if you put less in, the body uses the reserve. thats the only way. you cannot transform fat into muslces. that not possible. and, I recommended a small cal deficit until the body fat gets lower. most people do a 1000 cal deficit and starve their body. thats not good. but a small def over a limited time is OK.
2021-06-15 10:24
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you are so wrong mate, that is not the only way. you can literally consume the same amount of calories using high biological value food, and exercise more. literally do 2-3 hours of physical exercise every day and consuming the same amount of calories will make you lose weight. Dont get me wrong, im not saying that your statement is bs, im just saying there are other ways, more healthy than starving yourself or even reducing a tiny bit of calorie intake.
2021-06-15 13:37
it could or i could not. Like someone said losing weight is more about the diet than training. But i would switch to upper/lower split just to get more energy usage out of the training versus doing only arms or chest.
2021-06-14 13:58
careful or Lambert will eat you. Better bulk up and gain 30 kilos.
2021-06-14 13:58
How can people be so clueless about gym and how their body works in 2021
2021-06-14 14:06
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What a nice and totally necessary comment. You must feel really cool and good about yourself now.
2021-06-14 14:56
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I was feeling good about myself before I even clicked on this topic but you do you. There is no point in giving solid advices to these kind of people, it will fly over his ears anyway
2021-06-14 14:58
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So you assumed that advice was pointless, but you still had to comment
2021-06-14 15:01
lol you rekt him hard
2021-06-14 15:18
#54
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Europe marekkingx
+1
2021-06-14 16:31
#9
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North America Sluttysally
No. Training your arms and chest will not "melt" your belly fat unless you are in a calorie deficit.
2021-06-14 14:07
imagine it works like that losing only body fat at one part of the body and keep eating all the calories in the world. just so u get bloated face to look better ^^
2021-06-14 14:09
#11
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Serbia eliiiiii_
make sure you're in a calorie deficit, no need to avoid sugar entirely but it would be preferable to reduce it carbs are important, especially before workout which I'd recommend to be in the morning, do a lot of cardio and start doing push/pull excercises with 8-12 reps and make sure the weight is adjusted so you can do 8-12 reps every time, if you wanna flex twice as high kg but only do one/two reps, you're ruining your muscles and joints
2021-06-14 14:10
eat less calories. do more cardio
2021-06-14 14:10
#13
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Belgium lil_vodka
youtube.com/watch?v=4tt-EG2QV2E try this out & do it like 15-30min every day like when you'll wake up or after you brushed your teeth i think this will help you mens))
2021-06-14 14:10
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Thanks mens))
2021-06-14 14:32
its all about the amount of calories you take in versus the amount of calories your body burns during the day. try to track your food intake to know how many calories you take in during the day for a week and go on the scale before and after the week. if you lose weight your on the right track. if you increase or stay the same u might want to lower your calorie intake. you can also have increased muscle mass, so the scale is not everything. good luck have fun
2021-06-14 14:12
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Thank you
2021-06-14 14:33
have a calorie deficit continously, work on the muscles around your belly, ask further instruction from the trainer
2021-06-14 14:35
Weight lifting is very good for losing weight, but it also requires that you get your diet and sleep in check.
2021-06-14 14:37
your fatness depend on how much you gain and loose calories. If you do a lot of sport and if you eat a lot you are going to get muscle and keep your fat. 1.80m, man (i guess), lot of sport, i guess your body use something like 2500 kcal / day google "*what you want to eat* calorie", before making your dish for example : tomato --> 19 kcal / 100 gr ; so 13kg of tomato = 2500 kcal ; so if you eat more than 13 kg of tomato y our are going gain some fat, if less than 13 kg, you are going to lose fat 1 kg of fat is something like 7000kcal don't loose more than 1000 kcal per day, for your health and continue to eat healthy and if you feel tired of some pain in your muscle dont hesited to take some rest
2021-06-14 14:39
caloric deficit will melt your belly if anyone tells you otherwise, well they are idiotas
2021-06-14 14:42
>asking HLTV for gym advice xaxaxaxaxaxa
2021-06-14 14:44
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Why all Germans are same idiots u guys are afraid to help people
2021-06-14 14:52
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racista wtf((
2021-06-14 15:58
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i really like jermans but whenever i want help they bully me((
2021-06-14 16:15
#25
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Argentina lechon
you could try running, biking or swimming + a diet to cut down on weight, if that's what you want
2021-06-14 14:52
just use myfitnesspal to track ur calories and eat less than u burn ez money
2021-06-14 15:20
if you want to do it fast, which i would do, i would go almost all in on cardio to a point where your fat % is low, and when u feel good about your belly. from there you can start to build up muscles. go motivation videos on youtube if you need a kick in the ass sometimes, youtu.be/aHTWmD8gy30?t=179
2021-06-14 15:25
no-it wont help you melt your belly-you need proper food nutrition plan that will stay forever if you dont want your belly back
2021-06-14 15:24
rope skipping and a caloric deficit and 2g protein per 1kg of bodyweight so in your case i would advice this nutritional macros! 170g proteins thats around 670 calories in protein 70g fats: thats around 605 calories in fat 252g carbs thats around 1000 calories in carbs so in total 2300 calories
2021-06-14 15:26
#39
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Albania gamer97
U need to do cardio in beginning
2021-06-14 15:26
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he absolutely doesn't need to do cardio. if his nutrition is already in caloric deficit he can just sit on his lazy ass and lose weight. cardio helps to reach a caloric deficit when u have no idea about nutrition but thats about it.
2021-06-14 15:27
#55
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Poland FitPolak
The best way is to get into caloric deficit. But if you don't want to count calories it is imporant to change habits. I.e: -Eating more veggies and fruits (minimum 400g a day) -Drinking more water, tea, coffee and choosing 0 calories variations of drinks -Choosing better food variations (i.e low fat cheese, skyr instead of normal yoghurt) -When eating out in fastfood such as mcdonalds/kfc/burger king, check calories of each food and take the least caloric dense sandwich. -Being more active by: -- choosing stairs over elevator -- get off 1-2 stops in advance -- Go to school/work on foot or bike -- if you can get something in store, don't order online or straight to your house. -- Try new activies (even with friend) And that's just a few examples
2021-06-14 16:32
fasting helped me i went from 90 kilo to 84 in like 5 days after that i started to gym like 2 times a week and kept the same weight.
2021-06-14 16:36
- calorie deficit - profit
2021-06-14 16:52
it's hard to tell u have any medical problems like mayb thyroid or being resistant to insulin? or anyhting otherwise just watch ur calories.
2021-06-14 16:52
Treadmil 20m level 10,after 5m 12 level, bike 15m...workouts youtube. Morning 2 egss, bacon +avocado, musly+milk or granola + yogurt.dinner one day patatos+meat or rice meat. another day vegetables mix with fish. Sugar + salt very important
2021-06-14 20:04
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