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Unread 2017-02-23, 10:16 AM   #26
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Well, I guess so. I'd recommend having your fat-strong friend let people with legit advice post without unsolicited harassment and shit talking.
Being that JW is a legit friend of mine, I know his pom pom comments are all in fun so I don't take offense to them.
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Being that JW is a legit friend of mine, I know his pom pom comments are all in fun so I don't take offense to them.

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You are very good at talking out of your ass. You can't name one single thing I can or can't do, as I have no idea what your limits are.

If I had to guess, you would blow me out of the water with cardio, and I'd maul you in any strength competition.

But that's what happens when you workout like a cheerleader. Your cardio will be great, and you'll be walking the other way when men talk about lifting weights.
Also I didn't stop lifting. I still do that too. I just added way more intense and frequent cardio because my goals are to lean up.
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I'm not talking out of my ass at all. You're a fat-strong guy in your 40s. Ain't nothing impressive there and nothing there that will help a guy lose weight like HIIT. And if you even knew the slightest thing about cardio techniques, you'd know that damn near every men's physique and bodybuilding pro out there recommends HIIT if you're going to do any cardio at all and want to maintain muscle mass.

So yea, you're literally just talking unnecessary shit cause you're bored.

But yes, I'd blow your ass out of the water at any form of cardio and any lifting movement that isn't based around one bar. And even at that, I guarantee we're equal, at worst, given our weight differences on anything with a single bar.

Rather than respond, you should go look up HIIT techniques and let people who aren't fat help your buddy out here.
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I'm not talking out of my ass at all. You're a fat-strong guy in your 40s. Ain't nothing impressive there and nothing there that will help a guy lose weight like HIIT. And if you even knew the slightest thing about cardio techniques, you'd know that damn near every men's physique and bodybuilding pro out there recommends HIIT if you're going to do any cardio at all and want to maintain muscle mass.

So yea, you're literally just talking unnecessary shit cause you're bored.

But yes, I'd blow your ass out of the water at any form of cardio and any lifting movement that isn't based around one bar. And even at that, I guarantee we're equal, at worst, given our weight differences on anything with a single bar.

Rather than respond, you should go look up HIIT techniques and let people who aren't fat help your buddy out here.




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I'd bet good money I could get ten reps with any of your maxes.
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To be honest I disagree with the cardio bit. It certainly helps but isn't a requirement. I went on a cut for 10 weeks where I was to do 5 miles of steady state cardio every other day. Realistically I hit it 30% of the time and was down 12lbs out of the 30lbs I lost within the first 2 weeks. It's all about the food. I hate cardio and you would never find me in the gym doing sled pushes or anything crazy. If I was doing cardio I was doing 30-45 minutes on the elliptical and then I was out of there.

If you're really interested in figuring out the nutrition part of things PM me and I'll be happy to help. I had great results from being a transformation project of a friend. I went to the gym every day and my lifts never changed (got weaker as the weight decreased and I'm not very strong to begin with) and added in the mentioned cardio. Most important thing I did was strictly follow the meal plan I was put on. Sure when I did cardio my progress was stronger but I still was down a fraction of a pound each day and landed at 170lbs/5.25% bf, starting from 200lbs/14.1%, as measured by a professional.
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Also I didn't stop lifting. I still do that too. I just added way more intense and frequent cardio because my goals are to lean up.
Peoples bodies are different and respond differently to diet and exercise. If I read correctly, you have always been a bigger guy. Getting lean will be more difficult for you than others.

2 Weeks is nothing in loosing weight or gaining muscle. I would measure by the month. Think of it as moving a large ship, it takes awhile to get it going or to change course.

Doing a low carb diet for a long period of time is not good. I would change up your diet like you change up a work out so the body doesn't get used to a certain routine and settle in.

I think a good mix for strength and cardio are the P90X routines. These are things you can do at home with just dumbbells and some space in the basement.

Switch up your diet every month and your exercise every 2 months. Don't weigh every day, weight once per week, same day and time each week. Note your progress by the month.
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To be honest I disagree with the cardio bit. It certainly helps but isn't a requirement. I went on a cut for 10 weeks where I was to do 5 miles of steady state cardio every other day. Realistically I hit it 30% of the time and was down 12lbs out of the 30lbs I lost within the first 2 weeks. It's all about the food. I hate cardio and you would never find me in the gym doing sled pushes or anything crazy. If I was doing cardio I was doing 30-45 minutes on the elliptical and then I was out of there.

If you're really interested in figuring out the nutrition part of things PM me and I'll be happy to help. I had great results from being a transformation project of a friend. I went to the gym every day and my lifts never changed (got weaker as the weight decreased and I'm not very strong to begin with) and added in the mentioned cardio. Most important thing I did was strictly follow the meal plan I was put on. Sure when I did cardio my progress was stronger but I still was down a fraction of a pound each day and landed at 170lbs/5.25% bf, starting from 200lbs/14.1%, as measured by a professional.

You obviously missed the part where cseamen is an expert on the subject because he has to run two miles and do some sit-ups and push-ups for his job!
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