Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by Fusion, Apr 4, 2009.
Gained 50lbs in like 2 years and its all fat in the wrong places
50lbs less than you are would be a good place to start.
an ideal is something the individual has to decide on.
depends on how you want to look
For someone "in shape" 200lbs
For someone who looks good, 240+
I have desk job so it kills me. Guess some cardio would help shed pounds.
Any good places to look for newbis on weight training? I have a gym I can use but honestly don't know how to properly use a single thing in it. From what I have read they say do set's of this and that. But I don't know what they are talking about where should I start?
250+ @ 5% otherwise youre just a twink
Harden the fuck up. Lots of people here spend all day sitting at a desk.
You're looking for information? Try reading the stickies and the archives. That'd be a good start.
been reading them bro, chill.
oh he is chill. you havent seen him angry yet
for gifs of how to do shit
Does he turn green
Thanks that is a big help
no. you wont see him coming until hes right up on you. by then he has ripped his shirt off and is delt smashing you ala patrick bateman style
finally a serious reply
im at 250 and i think i look pretty good. still have about 20 pounds to lose before i look pretty jacked, but ive always been lean, so this whole process has put some muscle on me finally lol
personally @ 6'4" I'm a skinnyfat 220lbs... I think when I get to a lean 240 I'll be very happy with my appearance. Big and lean but not mass-monster looking...
like GT said harden up. i think theres a large majority of F&N who have office/desk jobs and theres a portion of those who are broly as fuck
Oh yea im sure most do, but my problem is I dont do anything and I need to. I need to hit the gym and shit, just have to keep my self from eating everything in site. And my work doesn't help they always have food and shit catered, so I need o stick to my can of tuna
Also, when do you eat dinner? Before or after gym time?
Wrong wrong and wrong.
Seriously, screw the food at your work. I've worked in large corporations with cake and pizza around constantly and it's not hard. You don't have to force down a can of tuna, mix it up.
Make a nice steak lunch at home and bring it.
Make a giant salad and eat that to keep you full.
Keep yourself full with fruit/veggie snacks.
It's not rocket surgery bro.
BTW I brought a banana and apple and salad every day. Banana after first hour of work. Apple after second hour. Have lunch. Have salad 1 hour later, badaboom you're full for the whole day.
Yea Im thinking yogurt or oatmeal in the morning, some grapes or banana mid morning, salad or tuna for lunch maybe some nuts later in the day?