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2018-04-24T06:24:43.047Z
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Hi, Looking for some macro and general advice, so I am not a stranger to working out or dieting but within the last two years my metabolism has tanked and i have gained about 30lbs and I have been trying to find that balance of losing fat, maintaining and building lean muscle. For the last month I have gone on 2000 calorie diet and weighed myself this morning for the 1st time in two weeks and haven't dropped a pound, haven't dropped anything in the last month. So, any dudes reading are probably like your on a 2k diet and not dropping weight then your closet eating or not logging everything. I log everything, condiments to salt. Now the only thing I don't log is that on a friday night only I typically consume 2 or 3 Vodka and (Orange Juice logged), vodka no. if someone says cut the alcohol for the next few months or longer no problem. It’s important to know before this I restricted myself to a 1500 calorie diet for a few months with little results so I am trying to get more back to a baseline of 2000 a day and or metabolism reset. Calculating BMR: 2,657 on a lightly active or Sedentary life style, I have a desk job so unless I work out I do about 2 miles a day of walking. Any advice would be great! Thanks in advance. Macro Break...
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Ok so as I'm sure a lot of ppl on here are doing the same, as summer is around the corner I'm starting to try and get a nice set of abs and a body fat % in the single digits. So, I've been bulking for about a month, put on around 1.5kg during that time ( around 3.5 lbs). Now I was happy with some slight gains in my upper body but despite the fact that my abs were getting stronger they are rather faint. I can't tell if its because I don't have enough muscle mass or I store too much fat around my stomach but if my main concern at this time was to get abs what would I do? I'm 180cm (5ft 11) and weigh around 62 kg - I'm 15 years old. Bear in mind I've had a very bad leg injury for the last few months so in all honesty have very little weight at all there.
Ok so as I'm sure a lot of ppl on here are doing the same, as summer is around the corner I'm starting to try and get a nice set of abs and a body fat % in the single digits. So, I've been bulking for about a month, put on around 1.5kg during that time ( around 3.5 lbs). Now I was happy with some slight gains in my upper body but despite the fact that my abs were getting stronger they are rather faint. I can't tell if its because I don't have enough muscle mass or I store too much fat around my stomach but if my main concern at this time was to get abs what would I do? I'm 180cm (5ft 11) and weight around 62 kg. Bear in mind I've had a very bad leg injury for the last few months so in all honesty have very little weight at all there.
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Hi, I'm Peter. I'm 23, 245 lbs (probably 50 lbs overweight), and just about six feet tall. And, I am having one hell of a time figuring out my nutrition. Most online calculators give me nonsensical answers expecting me to eat 4200 calories a day to maintain (Guess the calculator programmer didn't take into account fat people exist), or I get told to take 1g of protein per lb of bodyweight--but then 240g protein a day seems a bit much. I'm doing my own program which is mostly a mashup of popular beginner programs adapted for the equipment I have at home (I don't like the gym near me) and burn an average of 3710-4000 calories a day according to my fitbit--or 3200-3400 if it's overestimating by 15%. I'm just trying to figure out what I can eat a day in terms of macros and total calories to lose weight, preferably as fast as I safely can. I have some exercise experience in the past and am not a total beginner, but I'm trying to take this seriously now and any help you can provide would be appreciated. Thank you.
I have no way of getting to a gym as the nearest one is an hour from my house and 45 minutes from my job—this is not doable given that I work 10 hours a day. I live in an apartment, so weight lifting is simply not an option, and I do not think that resistance bands are good resources for getting a good body. I'm trying to get prepared for the summer. Is there a workout program with proven results that only utilizes bodyweight exercises that are doable without equipment? I understand that it won't pack on Greek God muscles, but some MMA sort of look might be desirable.
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Background: I'm 36 years old and just started doing deadlifts recently. It scares me a bit because of the potential for damage if I have bad form, but I feel it's needed to progress further. I've been lifting on and off since I was 16, never serious about it and always a hard gainer. Mostly did upper body isolation exercises up until last year when I discovered stronglifts. Until that point I had never done a single squat or deadlift, which means I'm currently benching almost as much as I squat or deadlift. I'm finally at a point in my life though where my metabolism is slowing enough that I can actually gain fat, which I think is making it easier to gain muscle too. Here's me lifting 185lb, my current max (in terms of how high I've gone, not in terms of even coming close to failure yet). I'm just being careful and trying to get my form dialed in now before the weight gets too high. I'm mostly happy with the form, but I wish I could keep my upper back straighter, no matter what I try it seems to round a little bit. But I'm tall and long, so I guess that's a common problem? No pain during or after the exercise. youtube ID -> 8Q8D8DeNidY