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Old 05-13-2011, 02:54 PM   #31
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Dont know if this helps but someone mentioned weight. I currently weight 60.5kg and im trying to get to 57 kg
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it doesnt make a difference but it helps retain it doesnt it? What i understand is that cardio (running, which i do alot of) burns muscle and fat...
Muscles need a reason to be big and strong. Lifting weights once a week just doesn't cut it.
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Old 05-13-2011, 03:09 PM   #33
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Why do you think you can gain muscle and or strength (if you believe that to) with just a single day of weight training? Frequency is key when trying to build muscle. We both know how tough it is to build muscle, even when training hard 4 or more days a week. I don't see why you think one day a week would be effective in the slightest?
im no expert but i definitly know that body builders lift 6 days a week but only work on one muscle twice at most in a week, or even maybe once depending on intensity. One the one day i do most muscles. so isnt it literally the same? Im not sure just asking
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Read through that, it explains it all quite well. And forget the way bodybuilders train, it's irrelevant.
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Read through that, it explains it all quite well. And forget the way bodybuilders train, it's irrelevant.
do you lift weights virus ? if so is it to help you with a paticular sport/hobbie or is it solely weights ? ( just out of curiosity )
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do you lift weights virus ? if so is it to help you with a paticular sport/hobbie or is it solely weights ? ( just out of curiosity )
Yeah. I started around 9 years ago when I was still in school to gain a bit of muscle and get stronger. Now I train kickboxing as well as weights using the Westside for Skinny Bastards routine.
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Old 05-13-2011, 04:05 PM   #37
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Thanks for the reply Mr Small. The 6000 calories was made up of alot of wholegrain cereal, peanut butter sandwhiches etc though, not junk.
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Yeah. I started around 9 years ago when I was still in school to gain a bit of muscle and get stronger. Now I train kickboxing as well as weights using the Westside for Skinny Bastards routine.
sounds like something i should check out straight away ,
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sounds like something i should check out straight away ,
Lol. It's a wierd name really. It's by Joe Defranco. He used it with college football players and professional NFL athletes, which as you know aren't exactly skinny.

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Old 05-13-2011, 04:24 PM   #40
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Thanks for the reply Mr Small. The 6000 calories was made up of alot of wholegrain cereal, peanut butter sandwhiches etc though, not junk.
Same thing mate.
Plus if you were nervous you were shitting more, peeing more, sweating more etc
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Low level glycemic Index foods are needed and desired by diabetics and people that need to lose weight. When a food or substance is absorbed slow they tend to have less of an effect on blood sugars. Ironically, if blood sugars are not fluctuating, diabetics can better regulate their conditions. In fact, when lipid and glucose levels are maintained, appetites can also be controls. And the latter is great news to obese people and diabetics. This is even better news for Type 2 diabetics because their diabetes is often linked to heredity or obesity.
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Doesn’t sound like you’re recovering from the weights properly.........

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Why do you think you can gain muscle and or strength (if you believe that to) with just a single day of weight training? Frequency is key when trying to build muscle. We both know how tough it is to build muscle, even when training hard 4 or more days a week. I don't see why you think one day a week would be effective in the slightest?
Hi virus, on this one I side with mr small. I do one full body 'heavy' strength session a week- I gain every session! I record what I can lift and I'm up about 10-12kgs from where I started. So progression has definitely occurred
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Low level glycemic Index foods are needed and desired by diabetics and people that need to lose weight. When a food or substance is absorbed slow they tend to have less of an effect on blood sugars. Ironically, if blood sugars are not fluctuating, diabetics can better regulate their conditions. In fact, when lipid and glucose levels are maintained, appetites can also be controls. And the latter is great news to obese people and diabetics. This is even better news for Type 2 diabetics because their diabetes is often linked to heredity or obesity.
??????? confused about if this is going off topic or is meant to answer the question? Mind explaining a less scientific manner :S
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