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Old 11-13-2009, 08:36 AM   #31
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So what exactly does clog your arteries?
Not completely known. Clogged arteries show an increased amount of cholesterol, which suggests inflammations and such. This could be the result of a bad diet over a prolonged period. But note that bad diet and eating fats are not the same, fats simply should be part of your diet. Trans fats could play a role however and should be avoided. Most processed food should be avoided IMO.

A bad diet is a diet that does not have variation and lacks micronutrients. Your diet from what I've seen lacks nutrients, you should up your fruit and veggie intake and get rid of processed foods.

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Should I quit taking my fish oil?
No, I use fish oil myself as well.
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Old 11-13-2009, 09:10 AM   #32
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It's not yet conventional, many old timers are still protesting. Doctors still tell you eggs are bad for cholesterol despite the fact that it's 100% bullshit, and it just proves they don't understand what cholesterol does.

Having said that, on a weight loss diet the amount of fat you eat should be relatively low, as fats are very calorie dense.
But do they want to "weight" loss or fat loss?
In which case, limiting fats in favour of something else or nothing else would set them back in that area!
So fats shouldn't be too low on a fat loss journey for sure.
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Old 11-13-2009, 09:27 AM   #33
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But do they want to "weight" loss or fat loss?
In which case, limiting fats in favour of something else or nothing else would set them back in that area!
So fats shouldn't be too low on a fat loss journey for sure.
Not too low, but lower than a normal diet because fat is very high in calories and therefore cutting fats a little has big results in terms of limiting calories. If you want to sustain loss of fat over a longer period, general health should be considered in a diet, because otherwise you will crash before reaching your goal. And if general health is considered, fat intake should not be too low.
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Old 11-14-2009, 01:52 PM   #34
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no fish oil is great - just make sure you are getting a quality version at a health store and not a generic version from a random grocery or drugstore.
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Old 11-16-2009, 06:35 AM   #35
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Ugh, been sick. Haven't ate much but I have downed thousands of calories of liquids. My nose got busted up 2 weeks ago and while I was waiting for it to heal I got a bad sinus infection..felt like it was in the same spot inside that was damaged from the punches. This normal or just coincidence? Feeling a bit better today, going for a light run, maybe just 1 mile. I can breathe out of my nose again finally.
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Old 11-16-2009, 06:37 AM   #36
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But do they want to "weight" loss or fat loss?
In which case, limiting fats in favour of something else or nothing else would set them back in that area!
So fats shouldn't be too low on a fat loss journey for sure.
I was under the impression that you did not get to choose where or what your body lost when you lost weight through dieting? I thought you lost overall, muscle, fat, etc.
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Old 11-16-2009, 10:38 AM   #37
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If you keep using your muscles they will keep repairing themselves and thus stay roughly the same. If not reversibility will make sure they disappear rapidly. What you're talking about is spot reduction, meaning that you can't choose where to burn fat.
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Old 11-18-2009, 07:19 PM   #38
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Yesterday, 4 3 minute rounds on heavy bag, 2 1 minute rounds on jump-rope.

Today

3 3 minute rounds on heavy bag.
45 minutes off and on mitt-work.

My arms kept giving out before my breath on the mitts, which I didn't think would happen(I'm new to having someone to hold the mitts for me, aside from 8 years ago when I had a roommate do it..) So in the beginning I'd work the mitts for about 2 minutes at a fast pace, then walk around and let them recover, then do it again. Finally we decided on working the mitts until I couldn't move my arms alternating with him slapping the shit out of me with them while I moved/slipped and kept my guard up. This made it a workout and both my arms, and lungs were fried.
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Old 11-19-2009, 10:50 AM   #39
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I always get a very intense work out on mitts compared to bags..

3 mins continuous power punching with the trainer making sure you are giving 100% is pretty intensive.

I still work hard on the bags but its never the same.
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Old 11-25-2009, 12:45 AM   #40
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Took the weekend off.

Friday: Some kinda crazy conditioning workout that was pretty intense. Started by lifting a sandbag from the floor up to various heights and positions, then squatting with it, then carrying it up and down stairs followed by flipping a giant tractor tire over a bunch of times, carrying some buckets of concrete around, beating the tire with a sledgehammer, doing sit-ups off the tire, and ended with some heavy-bag work. It was all non-stop.

Today: Same thing, minus the heavy-bag work.
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Mic check.

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