Need advice getting Demotivated

  1. Need advice getting Demotivated


    hi everyone this might sound silly just need a little lift to motivation

    I started Diet & training for 3 weeks now,

    training 4x aweek

    Im eating clean and TDEE to loose weight is 180g Protein, 80g Fats, 80g Carbs

    im 5'6i inch 93kg


    i can see I've got stronger at the gym from lifting 20kg on squats to 60kg in 3 weeks
    overall my training is good i do break a hell of a sweat, my cardio isn't really upto scratch but slowly I'm stepping up my game as i find cardio boring

    i keep carbs around my training and at night only if i feel too hungry i would have some carbs with fats e.g Low fat Rice cake with whole Peanut butter.


    what it is i know you wouldn't see results that instantly but i feel like i don't see anything at all instead i feel more bloated
    i feel this 3 weeks has been hard and i have been so diciplined on diet and training that I'm not seeing any result. can someone shed some light for me and help me feel more motivated.

    as someone that hasn't trained for the past 3 years and had massive weight gain i need an uplift that i am on the right track etc.

    thank you for any replies in advance


  2. Just keep going! Its not a sprint.
    Life is fair it's your expectations that aren't.
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  3. As HGP said. Just keep doing it. You got this, your doing the right things and you will see the change soon enough

  4. Try Keto diet, it's been helping me lose fat while hanging on to my muscle...keep the carbs real low and try not to get too many calories for better and quicker fat loss. If you are just starting out then im no professional but I believe u should also put on some base muscle for a year or so and maybe put the dairy and peanut butter down, that's what I did and I love peanut butter. Idk maybe you should also get some answers from some more experienced individuals on here also. Good luck sir!!!
  5. Need advice getting Demotivated


    I agree with @hairygrandpa and @DemntedCowboy ...keep on the track your on. You will see results. I know just how frustrating it can be to not see results. Just keep pushing yourself forward! Some days itís a ďfake it till you make itĒ but thatís better than giving up! One of the best helps for me has been to create a log on here. You can log your workouts and nutrition and that will help keep you accountable as well as people on here are great at encouraging you and keeping you motivated!!
    The Lord is the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth. He will not grow tired or weary, and his understanding no one can fathom. He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak. Isaiah 40:28b-29
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by love2liftkat View Post
    I agree with @hairygrandpa and @DemntedCowboy ...keep on the track your on. You will see results. I know just how frustrating it can be to not see results. Just keep pushing yourself forward! Some days itís a ďfake it till you make itĒ but thatís better than giving up! One of the best helps for me has been to create a log on here. You can log your workouts and nutrition and that will help keep you accountable as well as people on here are great at encouraging you and keeping you motivated!! And add some Radiate!!!
    Fixed it for you. Lol

  7. Quote Originally Posted by DemntedCowboy View Post
    Fixed it for you. Lol
    Radiate does make everything better!
    The Lord is the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth. He will not grow tired or weary, and his understanding no one can fathom. He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak. Isaiah 40:28b-29

  8. Trust the process bro.

    You've got to trust the process.

  9. I agree try not to hate but enjoy what u do, try and work on being patient at the same time, and logs are great, im more of a writing my workout down on paper or a workout log book of some sort and conquer your goal for that initial workout and do lots and lots of reading on fitness. Ive only been back working out almost 3 years now and the more I read and learn the better I become at not fighting it and actually performing my reps more correct with a nice squeeze and better results.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by akhimoe View Post
    hi everyone this might sound silly just need a little lift to motivation

    I started Diet & training for 3 weeks now,

    training 4x aweek

    Im eating clean and TDEE to loose weight is 180g Protein, 80g Fats, 80g Carbs

    im 5'6i inch 93kg


    i can see I've got stronger at the gym from lifting 20kg on squats to 60kg in 3 weeks
    overall my training is good i do break a hell of a sweat, my cardio isn't really upto scratch but slowly I'm stepping up my game as i find cardio boring

    i keep carbs around my training and at night only if i feel too hungry i would have some carbs with fats e.g Low fat Rice cake with whole Peanut butter.


    what it is i know you wouldn't see results that instantly but i feel like i don't see anything at all instead i feel more bloated
    i feel this 3 weeks has been hard and i have been so diciplined on diet and training that I'm not seeing any result. can someone shed some light for me and help me feel more motivated.

    as someone that hasn't trained for the past 3 years and had massive weight gain i need an uplift that i am on the right track etc.

    thank you for any replies in advance
    I was in a car accident that kept me out of the gym for months, the second I was able to lift again I felt like a new man. I went from saying I have to lift today to I get to lift today. The key is to try to change the way you think about the gym. Youíre lucky enough to be walking on two legs and are able to get in to the gym and move so god damn weight and thatís amazing in itself. I put on some weight while I was out But I know slowly but surely it will go down once I dial in. You got this!

  11. Hey guys thank you for the great replies, this has just made me feel much better. Gonna go to the gym on Monday beast mode

  12. Quote Originally Posted by akhimoe View Post
    Hey guys thank you for the great replies, this has just made me feel much better. Gonna go to the gym on Monday beast mode
    Make sure to take pics and post your workout. Always good

  13. Quote Originally Posted by akhimoe View Post
    Hey guys thank you for the great replies, this has just made me feel much better. Gonna go to the gym on Monday beast mode
    Send me your address, I'll send you some samples of Radiate, that oughta help get the juices flowing for ya :-)

  14. Take a photo, print it out and tape it on the mirror. One month later, tape a current photo right next to it. The results will keep you motivated!

  15. Quote Originally Posted by TheMyth View Post
    Send me your address, I'll send you some samples of Radiate, that oughta help get the juices flowing for ya :-)
    Spread the love Iím a stim junkie!

    To OP: take photos and track your progress youíll be amazed how much you change when you look back on where you started! Sometimes you donít notice it day to day if itís gradual.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by Kevinhim View Post
    Take a photo, print it out and tape it on the mirror. One month later, tape a current photo right next to it. The results will keep you motivated!
    Havenít done that before, but till try it

  17. Quote Originally Posted by TheMyth View Post
    Send me your address, I'll send you some samples of Radiate, that oughta help get the juices flowing for ya :-)
    Thank you, I just private messaged you

  18. Quote Originally Posted by Georgiepecker View Post
    Spread the love Iím a stim junkie!

    To OP: take photos and track your progress youíll be amazed how much you change when you look back on where you started! Sometimes you donít notice it day to day if itís gradual.
    Atm only Noticing through clothes

  19. Quote Originally Posted by akhimoe View Post
    Atm only Noticing through clothes
    Is the scale moving for you?

    Measure yourself 3x a day and log it and see how it changes! I did not notice much visible change for the first few weeks my first cut, then after about 4-5 weeks it came a drastic change as I dropped that STUBBORN last layer of fat...I had almost quit and got discouraged. It'll come just don't give up!
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