What's a good workout for me? 20 Year Old Male

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    Jan 08, 2013 5:05 AM GMT
    I'm 165 pounds, 6'2 and I eat terribly.

    My goals:

    1. Meditate Regularly
    2. Workout regularly
    3. AFFORDABLE change to my diet to make it a healthy one.

    I'm on winter break from school right now. I recently acquired a gym membership at the local gym so I'm wondering what things I can do to get healthier?

    This is how I look now:

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    I only want to slightly bulk up but I really want to cut. Get more toned.

    Sorry if this isn't good enough info, i'm just trying to get into shape.
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    Jan 08, 2013 5:33 AM GMT
    TheOmegaMan saidWhat's a good workout for me? 20 Year Old Male
    Yes, a 20 year old male is a good workout.
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    Jan 08, 2013 5:36 AM GMT
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    Jan 08, 2013 7:16 AM GMT
    ignore paul lol, he's one big lovable troll icon_smile.gif


    Here's a few links to get you started, just gives you an idea, so you don't look clueless at the gym

    http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/steve-cook-big-man-on-campus-12-week-college-trainer.html

    http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/25-more-fitness-myths-crushed-by-pauline-nordin.html?mcid=face
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    Jan 08, 2013 3:11 PM GMT
    TheOmegaMan said...


    honestly buddy i started working out when i was 18/19. Start off small. Start cutting out anything processed or fatty (look for the fat content on nutrition labels), also avoid eating out. you need to control your portions and what you eat; be conscious 24/7. Start walking and running to condition yourself and learn proper breathing techniques. Then start using the machines. Aim to do these things at LEAST 3 times a week.

    Everything is up to you, it's best to do a lot of research on diets, breathing, and weight lifting exercises. It's easy once you build a foundation, but that seems intimidating so most people never get to it.
    After a couple of months you will be in the routine of working out regularly. Dont give up, and never be intimidated by bigger guys, they had to start somewhere too.