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    what's the best way to lose fat fast? Is it eating no carbs at all, no carbs after 4 pm, ....I've heard so many stories.

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    no carbs after 6 pm..

    - take fish oil
    - take protein
    - drink lot water
    - give time for fat losing
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    go for a run every day as well
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    what's the maximum fat loss I should hope to expect on a weekly basis?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shavani View Post
    what's the maximum fat loss I should hope to expect on a weekly basis?
    I would shoot for no more than 2lbs a week, but this also depends on how overweight you are and how long you have been training, if overweight and just beginning you can expect to lose more than that per week but should slow down to about 1-2 lbs a few weeks later..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shavani View Post
    what's the best way to lose fat fast? Is it eating no carbs at all, no carbs after 4 pm, ....I've heard so many stories.
    IMO carbs are overrated in their involvement in body fat management.

    First, except for 'recomping' (which is really slow) you need an energy (calorie) deficit to lose weight. So you need some idea of what your energy expenditure and consumption are.

    Second, you need to lift weights to encourage your body to preserve muscle and burn fat.

    Just read Rosie's guide for specifics: http://www.rosiesmusclerevolution.webs.com/fat_loss.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by zodiiac523 View Post
    I would shoot for no more than 2lbs a week, but this also depends on how overweight you are and how long you have been training, if overweight and just beginning you can expect to lose more than that per week but should slow down to about 1-2 lbs a few weeks later..
    Quote Originally Posted by Nitrox View Post
    IMO carbs are overrated in their involvement in body fat management.

    First, except for 'recomping' (which is really slow) you need an energy (calorie) deficit to lose weight. So you need some idea of what your energy expenditure and consumption are.

    Second, you need to lift weights to encourage your body to preserve muscle and burn fat.

    Just read Rosie's guide for specifics: http://www.rosiesmusclerevolution.webs.com/fat_loss.htm

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    so at 250 lbs 6 ft 2, I can expect more than 2 pounds a week I hope?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shavani View Post
    so at 250 lbs 6 ft 2, I can expect more than 2 pounds a week I hope?
    If diet is in check i would imagine so
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    I think it's important to consider that while you are trying to cut some calories out to keep eating throughout the day to stay anabolic. Protein will help to preserve muscle, so if upping the protein means you have to cut out SOME carbs well then that's a good explanation of a lower carb diet. I don't think that carbs will necessarily make you or break you, but you need to focus on adjusting your diet as you see progress or the lack thereof. I also agree that you need to lift heavy to help maintain strength and lean mass.
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    2lbs a week is ideal for losing fat.

    Look into Dragon's keto thread in this section. It may be something your interested in.
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    you may be able to do 3lbs for the first wk or so, they it will slowly drop off and continue to do so. After the low carb diet i would dive stright into a low fat diet to keep that lost weight off. Only drop your cals by 700-900 the first week as you will have to drop and drop them later on in the diet to continue to maintain fatloss.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wariat View Post
    no carbs after 6 pm..

    - take fish oil
    - take protein
    - drink lot water
    - give time for fat losing
    ^ this plus cardio and a good fat burner if you are ambitious lol
  

  
 

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