Need Expert Advice to Build Body

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issac80

Joined: Jan 13
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Posted: 02 Apr 2013, 01:27
Hey folks,
I joined Fat secret 4 months before with a motive to reduce 10 Kilos. As and when it progressed i started resetting my goals thrice and reduced 23 Kilos. I was 96.5 Kilos when i started and today morning i am 73.4. Am perfectly normal on my BMI. Had a lipid profile test done and the results are promisingly normal.

Now i need some of the expert advisers to help me build my muscles. So how do i go by doing it.
1) Do i need to take a body Composition Test ?
2) What is the weekly weigh program you recommend ?
3) I can allocate up-to 75 minutes for the weight training ( If required more) apart from 45 minutes cardio.
4) Do i need to take any supplements

Am excited to build muscles and tone my body. I need some experts in this forum who can be a guide, a mentor in achieving my goals as well make good friends.

Thanks,
Issac
paperiniko

Joined: Jul 11
Posts: 343

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Posted: 02 Apr 2013, 03:22
i have had a similar journey, with a higher loss and I am finding P90 a good program to improve fitness at home with 6 training sessions a week that alternate resistance and aerobic and do not require a lot of tools other than a mat and a couple of dumbbells.
Supplements after resistance training can be useful but not necessary at least until you reach a very high intensity



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