Any Workout/Diet tips appreciated!

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    Aug 01, 2013 2:34 AM GMT
    I've just started to workout seriously now! I'm on week three of my diet/workout program and It's going well. I feel it could be going better though. This is why I've made this forum topic to ask all the fitness guru's and muscle god's out there to spend a couple of minutes of their time to just give me a quick tip! Really is appreciated!
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    Aug 01, 2013 2:51 AM GMT
    - Drink a lot of water
    - Make sure you stay of sweets.. Fizzy drinks etc..
    - If you have time.. Do some crunches around the house or w/e
    - Always make use of the gym if you have one nearby.
    - Try fix a diet plan early one.. You don't see your abs without diet!
    - Try to run quite regularly so your burning your calorie intake... meaning the more calories you burn.. the leaner you will get!
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    Aug 01, 2013 5:56 AM GMT
    Why do you think it could be going better? Or stated another way: What are you having difficulty with?
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    Aug 01, 2013 5:58 AM GMT
    Diet, diet, diet..
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    Aug 01, 2013 4:24 PM GMT
    JDR62 saidDiet, diet, diet..



    PALEO, PALEO,PALEO .... DIET.
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    Aug 01, 2013 4:37 PM GMT
    Alpha13 said
    JDR62 saidDiet, diet, diet..



    PALEO, PALEO,PALEO .... DIET.


    What HE said!
    Paleo!
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    Aug 08, 2013 3:17 AM GMT
    Blake1990 said- Drink a lot of water
    - Make sure you stay of sweets.. Fizzy drinks etc..
    - If you have time.. Do some crunches around the house or w/e
    - Always make use of the gym if you have one nearby.
    - Try fix a diet plan early one.. You don't see your abs without diet!
    - Try to run quite regularly so your burning your calorie intake... meaning the more calories you burn.. the leaner you will get!


    You look like that and this is the advice you give? I'm going to have to call bullshit on you and your fake profile and your fake pics. It's like you are repeating what you saw on an episode of Dr. Oz.

    He said he's started to workout seriously and your advice is to do crunches around the house and go to the gym?

    He asks for a diet program and you suggest to fix a diet plan?

    so fake, so lame.
  • Webster666

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    Aug 08, 2013 3:54 AM GMT
    Say "No" to:
    Sodas
    All snacks, like chips and fries
    All fast food, like "In 'n Out," "McDonalds," etc.
    All desserts

    Of course you should treat yourself, once in awhile, but not often.

    Eat 3 square meals a day.
    I have oatmeal, toast, and tea for breakfast.
    I have a sandwich (like Subway) at break time.
    I take left over dinner to work, for my lunch.
    I have meat, potato (or rice), and vegetable for dinner.

    I think that doing a proper workout is more important than diet.
    But, sodas are the worst thing for you.
    Second worst is eating snacks (cookies, etc.), when you're hungry.
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    Aug 08, 2013 4:14 AM GMT
    HKKid saidI've just started to workout seriously now! I'm on week three of my diet/workout program and It's going well. I feel it could be going better though. This is why I've made this forum topic to ask all the fitness guru's and muscle god's out there to spend a couple of minutes of their time to just give me a quick tip! Really is appreciated!


    I post daily health, fitness, and nutrition tips and advice on my facebook and twitter page! icon_biggrin.gif

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    Aug 08, 2013 4:20 AM GMT
    Diet is important. Eat real, natural food, not processed shit. And avoid foods that are calorically dense but low on nutritional value.

    Try out different things and find an activity or two that you really like and look forward to. It's easier to stick with something if you actually enjoy it.

    Lift weights and strength train (and eat protein), otherwise you'll risk the possibility of becoming skinny fat.

    Don't obsess over the number on a scale. It's just one measure of progress, and it will fluctuate. Also try to keep measures of how strong you are (maxes on basic lifts), how fast (run times), etc.

    Consider a coach or trainer if you can afford it, even if it's just one session a week. The personal advice and attention and motivation can be useful, and most of us spend money on dumber shit than quality training.

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    Aug 08, 2013 4:21 AM GMT
    Blake1990 said- Drink a lot of water
    - Make sure you stay of sweets.. Fizzy drinks etc..
    - If you have time.. Do some crunches around the house or w/e
    - Always make use of the gym if you have one nearby.
    - Try fix a diet plan early one.. You don't see your abs without diet!
    - Try to run quite regularly so your burning your calorie intake... meaning the more calories you burn.. the leaner you will get!



    BASIC advice that stays true no matter whether you are a beginner or a veteran.
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    Jun 30, 2014 10:37 PM GMT
    Here's the easiest tip icon_wink.gifGet yourself some Fatter friends...Then You'll look buff by comparison
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    Jun 30, 2014 10:44 PM GMT
    Mancandy saidHere's the easiest tip icon_wink.gifGet yourself some Fatter friends...Then You'll look buff by comparison
    I normally have thinner friends. Since I'm not fat, it just makes me look more muscular. icon_lol.gif
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    Jul 01, 2014 7:40 AM GMT
    Dafuq. Old thread from 2013 and OP isn't even on this site anymore. icon_rolleyes.gif