Work out tips
- 07-17-2013, 09:34 AM
Work out tips
Im 6 ft tall 192 pounds. I have been eating unhealthy lately and drinking a lot of pop. I need to get back on track. I use to be slim/skinny looking. Any suggestions of a diet or workout plan. I want to start slowly because I haven't worked out in like year and a half. I just want a lean toned body. Do not want a body building body. I uploaded pics of what I want to look like. And what I look like.
- 07-18-2013, 06:05 AM
The question more will be, what are you willing to do, work at or make certain healthier lifestyle changes, (since you say you eat pretty poorly!?) to get that lean of a look and in better shape?
- 07-21-2013, 02:17 PM
04-14-2014, 02:52 AM
04-18-2014, 01:25 AM
-15-30 minutes - cardio of choice (running, elyptical, etc.)
-15-30 minutes of sauna
-eat fruits and vegetables in all of your meals
-1 gallon of water per day to flush out your system. Do this for 2 weeks. This will flush your body, and get it prepared for the training routine of your choice afterwards. The hardest part is forcing yourself to be persistent and make this a part of your life.
05-01-2014, 05:39 AM
I have to share few tips,which really helpful for you.
1. Get free of taking Junk food and take a weight reduction diet.
2. Drink plenty of water.
3. Lesser you’re Calorie Usage with no deficiency.
4. You would like to start exercising frequently.
5. Take sleep properly-Apply a very good night sleep.
05-20-2014, 07:48 AM
06-04-2014, 01:58 AM
First of you should make a proper diet plan ,you can easily achieve your goal but a little effort is required for that , do exercise at least for two hours daily and go for morning walk, green tea is also very helpful for you . And avoid from soda bottles.
06-21-2014, 03:07 AM
Do a search for diet, cutting, and bulking to start learning how eating affects your body. Definitely cut out the junk food and soda and that will definitely help. It looks like you are also holding quite a bit of water weight. Cutting out the soda, lowering sodium intake a little bit, and increasing your water intake will definitely help with that. It is counter-intuitive, but the more hydrated you are, the less water your body will retain (so don't sit in the sauna).
To have a body like that you will need to put on a little bit of muscle. If you get your diet in check and start lifting with a whole body routine, you should be able to put on a little bit of muscle even while losing weight. Gaining and losing weight is 90% diet so start reading up on that.
04-25-2015, 03:34 AM
Well your on the right track because you need to do both diet and exercise to lose weight. And its not healthy to lose more than 2 pounds a week so not bad so far. The number one greatest exercise for anyone is RUNNING. Try to run whether its only for a little bit or a long time try to build yourself up. To tone up you should do some weight lifting too. Unless you really want to gain muscle all you really need to do is light free weights, different variations of pull ups, push ups, lunges and planks and sit ups for the abs. This will be all you need. You can look up all of these on youtube. Good luck.
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