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Old 03-28-2007, 12:05 PM   #36
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haha i was the same way I was 280 in HS cause i was in football so I had to be big. After HS i was like meh went down to 220. then i went back up in wieght cause I had a driving job i was like 265/70 and now im at 245.

I wanna be 220 again itd be sweet
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something I dont think no-one added is late night binge eating, Big No no, should have a time set up where you stop eating at night. Me i try to stop eating at 11 since my *** dont go to bed till 3 so it works out
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Re: Wont be drinking beer for a while

That's very true as well.
If you just have to eat something make it a small meal and drink water with it. Plenty of water.
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If I just got off my lazy *** and exercised, it wouldn't matter what I ate. But since I sit around, I have been putting on weight. I think i might start running with the gf so that may help.
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If I just got off my lazy *** and exercised, it wouldn't matter what I ate. But since I sit around, I have been putting on weight. I think i might start running with the gf so that may help.
with the gf? since when that was freakin quick man holy hell
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sounds good so far. more water though!

seriously drink water til you piss every 30 minutes. it cleanses the body and keeps you full.
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with the gf? since when that was freakin quick man holy hell
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with the gf? since when that was freakin quick man holy hell
Thats just how I do... haha. We just clicked really well, def cool. Best part is she is an awesome cook, so that will help too, I won't be eating fast food so much,
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He d'ed us out. Hasn't so much as drank a beer with us.
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I've been 185 since high school (graduated 10 years ago). It doesn't matter if I work out like a mad man for 2 years (I used to sling steel for a living... was in the best shape of my life), or don't do anything but sit on my *** for 2 years (like I've been doing with this desk job, and now I'm probably in the worst shape of my life), I don't move off of 185. It's wierd.

I know that I have to get off my *** and go back to the gym though. I'm starting to feel it in my back and really felt it when I was moving a couple of weeks ago because I got winded faster than I ever remember. I got back into the gym a little while ago, went for 2 months then hurt myself and could barely move my left arm for a week. Now I'm just procrastinating.
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Re: Wont be drinking beer for a while

I've heard some good advice and some well meaning but not-so-accurate advice as well. I am a Health Fitness major, nutrition minor....live & breath this stuff. First I'll say that the calculation for daily caloric requirement involves more than using your body weight multiplied by 10. That is a good way to guesstimate your basal metabolic rate (the amount of calories you use at rest for basic physiological functions) but you also need to figure in activity level and dietary themogenesis (the thermal effect of food and the calories it takes to digest). If you want to know your caloric needs and a good number to shoot for for weight loss, pm me- but you don't need to count calories to eat healthy or lose weight.

I have made up a general healthy eating guideline document for the people I help get their diets & weight under control. I'll post it up & if there are any questions, send 'em my way.
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Healthy Eating Tips

Read food labels for nutritional content, ingredients & serving sizes.

Limit intake of high-fructose corn syrup, especially in non-diet soda. This enters your blood stream freely and spikes your blood sugar rapidly, what isn’t used is stored (in the liver, muscle, but mostly in fat cells as glycogen) and the resulting drop in blood sugar will make you feel sick, hungry or both.

Limit intake of processed foods (i.e.: white bread, cakes, cookies…anything made with white flour)

Limit intake of fats, especially saturated and trans fats (hint: look for hydrogenation in the ingredients, this indicates trans fat). Though your body does need fat, it should only account for about 30% of your day’s total calories. (Fat is 9cals/g) Also watch for cholesterol in animal fats.
Eaxmples of high-fat foods: fatty meats, full fat dairy, butter, oil (i.e.: salad dressings), fried foods and pasteries.

Eat about every 3 hours; about 3 main meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) and 2-3 snacks (100-200 cals each) or 6 small means a day.

Eat ¼ of your daily calories at breakfast. Not only does this help you from being ravenous by lunchtime, but it better fuels your body for the day’s activities.

Avoid eating too much too late. Lifestyles generally demand that we be running around all day, and by the time we get home at night we’re exhausted, hungry and binge. This is a problem because you’re dumping in all these cals at night when you’re least likely to be active enough to use them. Shoot for eating more food earlier in the day, and save a light snack for night time, if you still need one.

Focus on high fiber foods (vegetables, whole wheat/grain, fruit) and sources of lean protein (whey, soy, egg whites, lean poultry, fish/sea food). This doesn’t mean you can’t ever have a hamburger or steak, just remember they are not very lean and should be consumed in moderation.

Use low or non-fat dairy products, such as 2% or lower milk, yogurt, cheese.

Use the Food Guide Pyramid. Visit mypyramid.gov. Meeting daily intake requirements of grains, dairy, meat/beans, fruits and veggies will account for enough food that you’ll be less likely to fill up on the less nutritional alternatives.

Drink water! Save the calories you used to drink for food, choose low/no call beverages such as water, flavored water (Propel has flavored water fortified with Calcium), diet soda, low sugar juices, etc.

Aim for 30 minutes of being active a day, MINIMUM. Studies suggest that meeting this requirement will help MAINTAIN weight, to lose weight obviously will take a more proactive approach (fancy way of saying, work harder).

Watch your portions. Calories often go underreported because people do not account for the amount of food they’re actually consuming. Tricks include the “portion plate”, or dividing your plate into 3 sections. ½ of your plate should be filled with fruits and/or veggies, ¼ should be grains and ¼ should be lean meat/protein. One serving of fruits or veggies is about the size of a baseball, a potato serving the size of a computer mouse, pancakes should be about the size of a cd, and a meat serving should be about the thickness of a deck of cards, size of your open palm. You get the idea.
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He d'ed us out. Hasn't so much as drank a beer with us.
Dude, its work man, its killing me. I am off the weekend crew after this weekend, so I will be able to start making it out more. I'm gonna bring the lady out sometime, when I think the time is right and she can handle y'all
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Thats just how I do... haha. We just clicked really well, def cool. Best part is she is an awesome cook, so that will help too, I won't be eating fast food so much,
nice congrats then man for sure :approve:
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Where did this lady come from, anyway?
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Good deal topless, hell I was doing alot of that stuff on your list unconsciece hell yea
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Where did this lady come from, anyway?
met her on that beach trip i took a few weeks ago, she goes to my church.
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I've been 185 since high school (graduated 10 years ago). It doesn't matter if I work out like a mad man for 2 years (I used to sling steel for a living... was in the best shape of my life), or don't do anything but sit on my *** for 2 years (like I've been doing with this desk job, and now I'm probably in the worst shape of my life), I don't move off of 185. It's wierd.

I know that I have to get off my *** and go back to the gym though. I'm starting to feel it in my back and really felt it when I was moving a couple of weeks ago because I got winded faster than I ever remember. I got back into the gym a little while ago, went for 2 months then hurt myself and could barely move my left arm for a week. Now I'm just procrastinating.
a lot of companies nowadays are promoting excercise and pay for gym memberships and whatnot. its probably only a matter of time until something similar makes its way into your workplace. not only does it keep their employees happy and fit, but it increases productivity and lowers the chance of health problems.
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