want to loss weight the right way
- 07-14-2006, 09:12 PM
want to loss weight the right way
whats the best sample menu i could use to lose fat not muscle .when i diet i usually loss 10 lbs the first week and probly 4lbs the next then nothing for two or three weeks and soon as i eat some junk i gain 5lbs how can i loss the right way and tone .i want to lose 5 lbs a week no moer no less
- 07-14-2006, 09:19 PM
You should venture to the nutrition forums and set up a account at fitday.com as well. Nutrition as well as your training will play important roles in losing weight the right way(fat not muscle). However, a very fast loss of fat will come with muscle as well but that can be limited by a number of factors.
You need to look at your BMR and activity rating to get an estimate of your calorie expendature at rest and then you can see where you need to go from there.
07-14-2006, 09:24 PM
You shouldn't really lose more than 1-2lbs per week.
If you've had a lot of trouble with dieting you should either spend a ton of time reading on nutrition, training, meal timing, etc. If you have some extra $$$$ you should sign up with Bobo, the owner of this board. Go to the FLA nutrition forum to read more and see some info about his plans. I know he isn't taking anyone now, but maybe you can get on the waiting list. Take what you learn from the plan and you should be able to diet cleanly and effectively from now on. Easily worth the money.
07-14-2006, 09:32 PM
07-14-2006, 09:41 PM
07-14-2006, 09:53 PM
07-14-2006, 09:55 PM
Not enough calories which means you're more than likely burning muscle over fat. Still shows a weight loss but you're not losing the right kind.
07-14-2006, 09:56 PM
how many cal should i eat i want a beyonce not a serena williams i want it soft and sexy not superbuff and hard
07-14-2006, 09:59 PM
07-14-2006, 10:38 PM
we cant help determine the cals you will need without your stats first (height, weight, etc.)
also some weight training coupled with cardio would really work well in your goal to achieve fat loss.
07-14-2006, 10:40 PM
07-14-2006, 11:00 PM
Click on User CP, then go down the left column to Edit Avatar. It is pretty self-explanatory once you get there. The only pain is resizing your pic so it fits.
Keep in mind that Serena William's physique is probably due to genetics, and possibly performance enhancers. It would take an incredible amount of time and meticulous training and diet (a bulking diet) to work toward those proportions. Weight lifting should be at least 50% of your workout time. YOU WILL NOT GET HUGE! Those super-muscular women take steroids. It is difficult for women to build a lot of muscle.
07-14-2006, 11:07 PM
07-14-2006, 11:09 PM
i think she wants to just post a pic in the thread
just go to post reply and hit insert image and post the url of the picture (if it is being web hosted)
or just go to manage attatchments on the bottom and attach a picture from your computer.
you coudl also just post stats up like height weight if you cant post a picture.
I would also think it would be helpful if you post what your current diet may look like. I know your asking for help on this but it sounds like your monitoring what you eat (you mentioned 1600 cals a day) and this could help us see where your at and we can critique and add to it and eventually help with training
07-14-2006, 11:17 PM
It seems we have another person who has never used a board before.
Please before asking for help, post up your diet, training, and pictures, then we will help you. We really hate giving out all this info and then people split with no further regard to the ones that helped them for hours at a time.
07-14-2006, 11:33 PM
i tryed to add my pics but it useless "oh" and dont worry i wont abandon yall like that your help is truly appreciated trust by the way nice bod
07-15-2006, 12:01 AM
i had a tramatic accident at work and went into a deep depression before the accident i was 135 and in a year i am 195 i really need yall help to get back to my old size i lose 15 or 20 lbs get discouraged and i gain it all back i am desperate help i am 5'4 i havent started to dietagain yet
07-15-2006, 12:04 AM
Originally Posted by 1hotblackchick
I just wanted to clarify something, this is a bodybuilding website, the diets we all use are for bodybuilders. The average person wanting to diet would not like living on what we eat!!!!! All of us here train with weights.
What brought you here? How did you learn about Anabolic Minds?
07-15-2006, 12:14 AM
i wanted to get vitamin b 12 complex injections and i was searching the web and came across ths site and i would like to be toned out and lean i could lift to be tone my body weight percentage was 36 at 135 with is unhealthy now it is 40 ihave a scale that measures body fat
07-15-2006, 12:24 AM
Originally Posted by 1hotblackchick
I dont mean to sound rude at all but if you truly are at 40% that is a major health risk and you should seek professional help with your diet, and have labs run to check lipids and thyroid etc.
B-12 injections are not going to help you lose weight. You may feel better only if you are lacking in B complex vitamins. It not a magic injection. Nothing like that is sold on this website.
Please for your health seek medical professional help. We are not doctors here and I hate for you to end up with a medical condition that could of been treated.
07-15-2006, 12:29 AM
thanks for your concern i have seen my doctor and i have had my blood checked i am not looking for a magic spell to help me lose weight i am going to lose regardless i just wanted some advice if you dont want to give me any its cool
07-15-2006, 12:33 AM
07-15-2006, 12:34 AM
Those bf% scales are BS. I've gotten readings ranging from 9-16% within a few hours. Don't take that as accurate. I emailed the company about it, and they wouldn't explain the range, simply deferring to "the equations"...Originally Posted by FitnFirm
Have it checked at your gym, or maybe you can find a dunk tank at a local university.
If you have 40%bf at around 135lbs you must be 4 feet tall. I bet it isn't nearly as bad as you think.
07-15-2006, 11:53 PM
diet, cardio and consistency. Take a multi vitamin and get more clean calories more often in your day. 4x meals a day. Protein after workout is really important too. I like glutomine and cod liver oil and glucosomine so you can keep going to the gym with less down time, but that's for later if you really need it. And drink as much water as you can and you'll lose some quick pounds with that too.
07-17-2006, 01:53 PM
I believe she said she was 135 and w/i a year went up to 195lbs.Originally Posted by Beowulf
First I would see a doc and get cleared to exercise. Second start slow, and have patience. You didn't put the weight on overnight and it's not going to come off overnight. If you are eating junk food now (ie fast food, candy, soda) remove one item per week from your diet. If you're drinking soda start by replacing it w/ water. Depending on how much soda you are drinking you could see a major difference by dropping it. The main thing is to work towards cleaning up your diet. If you try to do it all at once you are more likely to fail. If you gradually work into it your cravings should not be as high and the adjustment to healthy living will not come as such a shock to your system.
Read as much as you can, search this site, and then ask questions.
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