You weight a lot, eat next to nothing, and over-train by about 2 hours a day.
Here are my predictions:
1. You will stall before you hit 200 lbs.
2. Your metabolism will be wrecked.
3. All of that excessive working out will leave you with no muscle so that even if you do manage to get to your goal weight by some miracle, you will be skinny fat and disappointed with the results.
Eat more, work out less, enjoy life more. You'll actually lose weight faster and more of it will be fat rather than muscle.
What's the point of doing all that work when you're not getting any benefit out of it? Eating so little makes you lose weight slower than if you ate sensibly. Working out like you do will NOT make you lose weight any faster. So, what's the point? All you're doing is hindering your progress.
Your weight loss should come mainly from nutrition, not exercise. The exercise is there to "shape" us correctly so that once we do drop the weight, we don't still look like s##t. I was close to your weight once and I kept losing at a 2 lbs/ week rate at over 2500 kcal a day. Granted, I'm a 25 year old male, so that number won't be quite as high for you. Still though, I would be willing to bet money that if you increased your food intake to somewhere closer in the 1800 range and switched to a sensible exercise routine of 45-60 min/day for 5 days of the week, you would experience better results.
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