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Post  LRB on Mon Feb 13, 2012 6:52 pm

I figured we needed a thread to talk about gym stuff. I recently got a gym membership to work out and try to get down to my basic training weight of 175. I also want to tone up and shit so I'll look like a bad ass instead of a fat ass. I am going to hit the gym 4 days a week and do an upper/lower split. My main problem is that I don't really know how/what to eat. I guess I can just live off tuna fish, fruit, and vegetables until goal weight is achieved. Oh, how I'd love to be a body builder type who can eat whatever he wants.
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Post  S.E. Zero on Mon Feb 13, 2012 8:33 pm

LRB wrote:I figured we needed a thread to talk about gym stuff. I recently got a gym membership to work out and try to get down to my basic training weight of 175. I also want to tone up and shit so I'll look like a bad ass instead of a fat ass. I am going to hit the gym 4 days a week and do an upper/lower split. My main problem is that I don't really know how/what to eat. I guess I can just live off tuna fish, fruit, and vegetables until goal weight is achieved. Oh, how I'd love to be a body builder type who can eat whatever he wants.


Well protein helps, so protein shakes, certain types of meats like chicken (not fried), eggs (usually boiled with little to no salt is good) umm...few carbs so multigrain bread is good too, very few pastas and uhhh....lot of water if you splurge in drinks and soda and what not it builds up so when thirsty drink a lot of water it helps.

Thats about all I think at the moment if I think off more I'll let you know. Good luck with this.
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Post  BlackFalcon on Mon Feb 13, 2012 8:37 pm

LRB wrote:I figured we needed a thread to talk about gym stuff. I recently got a gym membership to work out and try to get down to my basic training weight of 175. I also want to tone up and shit so I'll look like a bad ass instead of a fat ass. I am going to hit the gym 4 days a week and do an upper/lower split. My main problem is that I don't really know how/what to eat. I guess I can just live off tuna fish, fruit, and vegetables until goal weight is achieved. Oh, how I'd love to be a body builder type who can eat whatever he wants.

Know what you mean man. I'm 17. 5ft 11.5 inches and 16 stone 8 (or 232 pounds for those who don't realize) at my last weigh-in. I'm hoping to shed the fat and get down to about 200/210, then start toning up. But I A) Don't know how to set up a diet plan and B) Don't know how to get a good exercise regime going, but I will sign up to a gym ASAP, tho I don't know what I'll do there. ANy advice would be welcomed.
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Post  SouthernBlood on Mon Feb 13, 2012 10:28 pm

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LRB wrote:I figured we needed a thread to talk about gym stuff. I recently got a gym membership to work out and try to get down to my basic training weight of 175. I also want to tone up and shit so I'll look like a bad ass instead of a fat ass. I am going to hit the gym 4 days a week and do an upper/lower split. My main problem is that I don't really know how/what to eat. I guess I can just live off tuna fish, fruit, and vegetables until goal weight is achieved. Oh, how I'd love to be a body builder type who can eat whatever he wants.

Know what you mean man. I'm 17. 5ft 11.5 inches and 16 stone 8 (or 232 pounds for those who don't realize) at my last weigh-in. I'm hoping to shed the fat and get down to about 200/210, then start toning up. But I A) Don't know how to set up a diet plan and B) Don't know how to get a good exercise regime going, but I will sign up to a gym ASAP, tho I don't know what I'll do there. ANy advice would be welcomed.

Just find a routine that works for you,be it push ups,sit ups,curls with weights in both hands(Those really help work the entire upper body) and once you figure out the best way to go,dont overdo it,then youll be too sore to go again the next day..start off slow,keeping track of how much you can comfortably do at a time,even if its only 20 or 30 pushups. Before you know it,youll be moving on up and doing a hundred in no time.And eating good meals is essential,you have to stay energized
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Post  Poot-Hair on Tue Feb 14, 2012 3:28 am

I'll tell you what's really worked for me. When I got hurt in Iraq and had to have surgery, (well multiple surgeries but I digress) I put on several un-needed pounds. When I got back to where I could work out again, the first thing I did was cut out my carbs for a whole week.

Increase protein intake (tuna, most any and every meats...baked or grilled not fried...I recommend baked or grilled chicken.), any kind of eggs, cheese. Also hotdogs which believe it or not have ZERO carbs. No white bread of any kind, only wheat. Brown rice instead of White.

What this does is rids your liver of it's stored sugars that have accumulated from an unhealthy diet and gets your body ready to start burning calories. You can really have fun with the meat, cheese, eggs thing for a week. Like grilled chicken covered in american cheese with peppers and onions. Use your imagination on it.

After a week, up your carbs just a little bit. Keep in mind carbs are your bodies fuel so the more you work out, the more carbs your body will need to sustain.

My workout now consists of P-90x, which is hard as hell so I don't do the full workout, just the cardio, chest and shoulders, legs and back with some plyometrics every now and then. I switch it up often but this is what I'm doing currently

Monday: Chest and Shoulders(Abs if I feel like it)
Tuesday: Cardio
Wednesday: Legs, Back, and Abs
Thursday: Cardio/Plyo
Friday: Burnout (full body workout start with Chest and Shoulders and do as many reps as possible with as high of a weight as possible. Then Legs/back/abs as many reps as possible. Then finish with cardio as long as possible)
Saturday and Sunday: Mostly recovery but occasionally I'll just do some running

It's really worked for me as I've went from about 265 after surgery down to 220. Got most of my 6-pack back and my arms are pretty ripped. Hope this helps!!
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