ieGod
Joined May 2010
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Weight History

Start Weight
170.0 lb
Lost so far: 13.0 lb

Current Weight
157.0 lb
Performance: losing 0.1 lb a week

Goal Weight
155.0 lb
Still to go: 2.0 lb
Living a healthy lifestyle and focusing on aesthetic goals. Currently doing cut/bulk cycles and loving the progress. Summer abs + winter gains holding strong.

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Fat content in foods
Just enter it into the daily calendar. It'll give you a fat tally.
posted 05 Oct 2018, 08:03
How do you deal with the junk food cravings
If you have low self control I recommend throwing out the food in your house. Just keep the essentials; meat, fruit, veggies, dairy, raw ingredients. No snacks. No easily consumable breads. Screw it.
posted 05 Oct 2018, 08:03
Let's know each other :D
spacey48 wrote:
your goal is pointless, adverse to health and likely impossible to achieve and let alone maintain


Welcome to the forums


That's a pretty shitty attitude, especially since you don't know their personal scenario. BB competitors can get that low, and an important (basic even) requirement is caloric tracking. They might have decided on this site in particular. Who knows.

Do whatever you need to do man. Don't let other people bring you down.
posted 27 Sep 2018, 16:21
Toning up the belly
Abdominal fat does not respond to area specific training. The only way to reduce it is to eat less calories than you expend over a long period of time.
posted 18 Sep 2018, 11:53
How to lose fat around arms
In general I'd agree with diablo, but there are some studies that show for untrained muscle areas you might actually benefit from a resistance regime with respect to subcutaneous fat in those areas, in particular if you are male (females see little to no change). But once you've reached the 'trained' state the effects are negligible, so at best you'll get a few months worth of benefit. The better approach is to continue managing your caloric intake.

Sources:
* Subcutaneous fat alterations resulting from an upper-body resistance training program

* Regional fat changes induced by localized muscle endurance resistance training - untrained legs respond to resistance training

* The effect of abdominal exercise on abdominal fat. - abdominal region does not respond to specific training


I always advocate a lifting routine anyway because it's literally a fountain of youth. The benefits are so immense, even if you don't/can't spot reduce.
posted 29 Aug 2018, 14:52
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