How many minuets is of cardio is necessary each day to lose weight fast
- 07-29-2011, 11:41 AM
- 07-29-2011, 11:48 AM
What Supplements are you currently taking?
Depends on how you like to train, I like to perform HIIT cardio in the am with sprints and steady state cardio in the pm on elliptical.
This and sleeping plays a huge role in muscle building and fat loss. Try to eat healthy none processed foods, more water, vegetables and if possible eat 6 times a day to stimulate metabolism.
Going to bed before midnight has been said to increase restful sleep. Try making sure you go to bed before midnight, if your having trouble sleeping you can try HGHup or Lipotrophin PM to improve sleep.
What are you looking for
Fat absorption inhibitor
Stimulant: Black Cats has the ability to stimulate you to achieve higher cognitive concentration, longer workouts and has ingredients that boost the effectiveness of other products you take with it.
Thyroid/Cort Control: Drive has ingredients that can better your testosterone/estrogen ratio, help combat cortisol and provide stimulant free energy.
Appetite suppressants: Lipotrophin AM has ingredients for appetite suppression and mild stimulant. Lipotrophin PM Stim free, promotes deep sleep and keeps your body in a fat burning state while your sleeping.
Thyroid/Cort Control: Alpha T2 & Erase: AT2 stimulates your thyroid, mild stim effect, helps your body to not store fat during the time on the product. Erase will better your testosterone/estrogen ratio and help manage your cortisol.
- 07-29-2011, 12:15 PM
To lose fat you need to metabolize more calories than that of which you eat. Now to specify "quick"... You mean a month? a couple weeks? A pound of body fat is composed of around 3500 Kcals if im not mistaken? If you had a deficit of 500 Kcals a day from your BMR then you would lose a pound a week. The math is easy. Actually making this a commitment isn't. Other factors such as your diet and how much lean body mass you have accumulated will come into play but you could lose a good 6-7 pounds of fat in a month. Just remember that the first 5 pounds is usually water weight.
07-29-2011, 12:16 PM
- 5'10" 205 lbs.
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- Jun 2007
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0 cardio is necessary to lose fat when you are at high bodyfat levels. Controlling diet and clipping 500 calories out of your daily meals is much easier than getting on a treadmill or elliptical for the length of time and effort level to burn 500 calories.
07-29-2011, 12:17 PM
One workout technique that helped me lean out was just walking at a brisk 4 mph on the treadmill at a high incline. Do this for an hour session around 4 times a week. burns quite a bit
07-29-2011, 12:55 PM
Fastest reference I could get before I burn my food cooking
07-29-2011, 12:58 PM
- 5'10" 205 lbs.
- Join Date
- Jun 2007
- Rep Power
07-29-2011, 01:13 PM
If you can may I suggest you start a workout log and document your workouts and possibly your nutrition? If you do this I will be there to support you from start to finish and give any type of assistance I can. Also feel free to PM me if you have any further questions or need help with anything.
07-29-2011, 01:27 PM
As for supplements I'm not currently taking any because I just recovered from some serious injuries from a car wreck and have not been able tt to work-out for about 6 months, that's one reason I gained so much weight. I weigh 260 right now and I was really ripped at 210.
I like to get all my cardio in at once then pound the weights.
I've been eating real healthy about 3500 cals a day, but when I cant work-out the lbs just pile one me quick.
Sleep is one thing I could use more of, since I was in the car wreck I've been lacking sleep because of stress and the pain
What I'm looking for
I want a stimulant free supplement that won't effect my heart or nervous system and the way I gain fat so fast leads me to believe that I need a thyroid booster and a metabolism enhancer.
07-29-2011, 01:29 PM
Nutrition, often times many people think they are eating great but the fact is many or unaware of nutrition timing and breaking down the foods macronutrients. So its highly possible you are eating to much of one food or overeating all together but I cannot definitely answer this without knowing what your eating.
Sleep, is definitely a major factor in not just fitness but your life. It plays a big role over your body and sometimes your actions. The best and cheapest way that you can possibly improve your sleep is a tablespoon of Apple Cider Vinegar before bed. It may sound weird but I do it and I have my wife does it as she has trouble sleeping and staying asleep as well. To touch on sleep again Lipotrophin PM works great to help you get asleep, is stim free and promotes fat lose while you sleep.
Thyroid booster, I would recommend Drive overall it has more bang for your buck. It has the ability to stimulate your thyroid, improve testosterone, keep your estrogen in check and great for combating cortisol. It is like having four products in one, it also provides energy but not the kind that has your heart racing or giving you a crash effect after.
Workout log section
Ps, I just noticed you mentioned you have trouble sleeping because of the pain. Go to Appnut.com and look up Osteo-Sport, I have not tried a single product that works better and faster then this for pain relief. I suffer from lower back, knee and shoulder pain but I'm still able to lift heavy because of Osteo-Sport. I also have a log but mine is in the supplement review section, I'm using Osteo-Sport now and you can see my progress and ask any questions there as well.
07-30-2011, 11:49 AM
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