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Benchwarmer
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that is it. plain and simple. from now until supper is when you really feel the shedding. it also gets easier every time you do it.






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bbrou33
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Yea I'm really feeling it now. But it isn't too bad. I'll test it out today then switch to possibly Monday and Friday.






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mouton
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Most that do intermittent fasting either do a complete fast for 24 hours once or twice a week or fast 16-20 hrs per day and eat within a 4-8 hour window.





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Rohan2Reed
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But today I'm trying this intermittent fasting thing. I ate dinner last night, woke up this morning and went workout without breakfast, drank 8 oz of water and a scoop or protein after, for lunch I drank one of those naked juice drinks. I've probably had around 450-600 calories today and that'll be it until I eat dinner tonight. Is that how it's supposed to be done? All the caloric intake was from liquids so far as well btw.


Who knew this had a name. I always thought it was just called being busy as frick at work.






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bbrou33
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. I always thought it was just called being busy as frick at work

Haha
Honestly the only reason I'm trying it is because my job supports it. Being in surgery I never know when or if I'll eat. So I knew we were busy today. Especially around lunch. So I chose today to try it






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Benchwarmer
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Who knew this had a name. I always thought it was just called being busy as frick at work.


Just in this thread it's been called the thread title, Fasting, eat-stop-eat, CADfast, 5and2, and Intermittent fasting.






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mouton
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I'll get e-grief for this comment for the tenth time but I think diet is closer to 100% responsible for weight loss. exercise is for health/fitness. Doing both is better for your health. Every morning going to work I see massive people running/jogging/walking trying to sweat out the terrible diets they are on.


The role and importance of exercise , namely resistance training , depends on if your focus is more on just weight loss or body recomposition. I would think the overwhelming majority would be more concerned with the latter. If that is the case, resistance training is crucial. Heavy weight training during dieting helps you maintain more lean mass while reducing bodyfat levels.






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Benchwarmer
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I do not disagree. However, body recomposition won't occur in the overwhelming majority unless the poor food consumption patterns are changed.





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mouton
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Of course. Sadly most people think they can start exercising with minimal dietary changes and see results.





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tduecen
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303/228.6/200


Started back at gym this week (although skipped Thursday to recover) put on 0.6 pounds since Nonday probably the Creme Brûlée beer from last night

Weightlifting in morning and cardio in the evening
Goal is 200 by Christmas






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weaglebeagle
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302/296.8/245







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Hulkklogan
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363/270/220

really only a jump up of .2 or .3.. not a big deal. I'm getting into the groove of workouts and all again, feels good man. My roommate and I are going to keep each other on our toes, I think.






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tduecen
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You don't work out in Gonzales anymore eh?





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Hulkklogan
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I work out in Gonzales at the Snap on 44 by Eatel and Mary Lee Donuts.


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tduecen
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I just started there, I work out at 4am and again at 3pm every day (minus yesterday) I've been without a gym membership since April so that has been a nice weight gain. Didn't realize how important the lifting was to keeping weight off.





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Hulkklogan
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I'll be there tonight after 6PM with my roommate. Welcome to join in. Heavy squats to be had





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tduecen
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I just can't do squats my knees won't let me go down
I'm back to trying to get in groove of how I use to work out but I can't do the heavyweights yet. I did an hour this morning focusing on chest/biceps then an 8 mile bike ride.






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Benchwarmer
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170/151.5/145

Fast Friday. Still no Myth.






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Hulkklogan
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I have bad knees too.. proper form makes all the difference. I used to not be able to go down either. Took lots of practice and some pain. Start out with body weight squats.. you should be able to go all the way down below parallel and stay there without falling backwards, and slowly add on weight... that is, unless, a doctor has told you not to do them. My cartilage gets inflamed if I screw up my form and it hurts for weeks.. I have Celebrex and Advil just in case . But once I got the form right, my squat #s shot up. I was doing 185 but with shite form and hurting myself so I dropped the weight to 145 and practiced form.. Now I'm doing 205x8 for 3 sets, all with good form, no pain at all.


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lsucm10
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255/203.7/185

I need to have a good weekend of not eating bad crap.






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