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    Aug 03, 2011 8:49 AM GMT
    In desperate need of help. I need to get fit fast and I mean very fast. Faster, stronger, etc. without you know steroids. Does anyone know a good program to do? Anyone recommend something that's a good work out? Like I said I'm in desperate need of help with this.
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    Aug 03, 2011 8:52 AM GMT
    Plastic surgery perhaps??

    I can't speak for myself cos I don't have the great body like almost all the rest of the RJers, but I bet for every of them it took lots of determination, time and effort.
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    Aug 03, 2011 8:58 AM GMT
    You're pretty good you know, but bad thing is plastic surgery just gets rid of fat and makes you look bigger. If it could do make me stronger or even faster I would be up next in line for it.
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    Aug 03, 2011 10:04 AM GMT
    Any surgery will also take a full year for your body to heal.

    Have you thought of running? Just a thought.
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    Aug 03, 2011 10:10 AM GMT
    That too, and no didn't think about running, but I will try that out. Thanks deltali
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    Aug 03, 2011 1:01 PM GMT
    P90X worked great for me. Have you got 90 days?
  • Lincsbear

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    Aug 03, 2011 1:51 PM GMT
    How fast is 'very fast'?I doubt you could get significantly fitter/stronger in under several months and sustain it.
  • calibro

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    Aug 03, 2011 3:14 PM GMT
    your body doesn't just get very fit... and there isn't just one solution. it depends where you're already at, how your body works, your diet, your lifestyle, and time.
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Aug 03, 2011 3:29 PM GMT
    say_van saidIn desperate need of help. I need to get fit fast and I mean very fast. Faster, stronger, etc. without you know steroids. Does anyone know a good program to do? Anyone recommend something that's a good work out? Like I said I'm in desperate need of help with this.



    True fitness doesn't just happen in a month, or even a year. Most of the guys here who you see in good shape have been committed to a regimen of health & fitness for years -- even decades. Plastic surgery doesn't make you fit, it just alters you physically -- and the result is only temporary if your diet and workout regimen isn't focused and committed to keeping fit. Your best bet is to get your diet in check, and begin a workout that focuses on overall body & strength training, while slowly making progress and gaining strength over time. Rather than set short term goals for yourself, set longer term goals. You're 26, so set a goal that at 28 you're going to be in the best shape ever -- by 30 even better. It takes a real commitment to a healthy diet and workout regimen, but the rewards will be feeling fit and healthy in your 30's, 40's, and beyond. Realize upfront that it won't happen overnight, but know that your commitment will have it's rewards and you can't help but see progress if you stick with it.
  • tongun18

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    Aug 03, 2011 4:24 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ said
    True fitness doesn't just happen in a month, or even a year. Most of the guys here who you see in good shape have been committed to a regimen of health & fitness for years -- even decades. Plastic surgery doesn't make you fit, it just alters you physically -- and the result is only temporary if your diet and workout regimen isn't focused and committed to keeping fit. Your best bet is to get your diet in check, and begin a workout that focuses on overall body & strength training, while slowly making progress and gaining strength over time. Rather than set short term goals for yourself, set longer term goals. You're 26, so set a goal that at 28 you're going to be in the best shape ever -- by 30 even better. It takes a real commitment to a healthy diet and workout regimen, but the rewards will be feeling fit and healthy in your 30's, 40's, and beyond. Realize upfront that it won't happen overnight, but know that your commitment will have it's rewards and you can't help but see progress if you stick with it.


    This!

    The amount of effort you put into your body will determine the quality of physical development you get out of it. Something half-assed, quick and easy, is not going to produce a lot of development and what little is produced will not last very long. You need to commit your self to a daily, long-term lifestyle change--give yourself between 3-6 months before expecting to see noticeable results. Ultimately, we're talking about your health here, think long-term! Pushing yourself to far to fast is counter-productive and ups your chances of sustaining an injury.

    Why the desperate need for such quick results?
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    Aug 04, 2011 12:27 AM GMT
    Thanks for the responses, yeah i've been doing this for a few years now, but I need a way to get back to where I was like two months ago. Running I'm going to start to do asap. The p90x stuff I hear is good too so I'll try that out or maybe insanity stuff.

    As for tongun18
    Basically I can't answer the question yet. Just something bad came up in my life and have to get fit again fast.