HELP... i need SOMEBODY help... well not just ANYBODY! (Beatles...DOY!)

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    Jun 04, 2009 8:16 PM GMT
    ok ... easy ... just a couple of suggestions ... i trust and adore you guys ... and this site...

    i haven't been to my country in 3 years ... i am going in 2 months... august first... and i am 179 cm and 80 kgs ( i think that is 5 10 and 178 or something )

    now i just need suggestions on what i can do in 2 months to really ... and i mean REAAAAAAALLY loose like 10 or 15 pounds...

    i just started running again... but that s all i know what to do ...

    any supplements (natural pills) or exercises, or any suggestion at all ... is so greatly appreciated ...

    REAL JOCKS ... i trust you to help me !

    Elias
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    Jun 04, 2009 8:19 PM GMT
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  • EricLA

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    Jun 04, 2009 11:50 PM GMT
    If you're merely looking at weight loss, then I'd focus a lot on cardio: running, cardio machines like cross trainers, something that involves the whole body. Jumping rope is perfect.

    If you're carrying 10-15 lbs. more than you should, then you really need to cut back what you're eating, and also eating more healthy foods. Learning how many calories you're taking in and what you're burning a day might help you make some educated decisions. You obviously need to be burning more calories than you're taking in to burn off those fat stores.

    I don't really trust supplements or herbal remedies as sources for fat burning.

    But, losing that amount of weight in seven weeks is a very realistic goal.

    Meanwhile, Ob la di, ob la da, life goes on.
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    Jun 04, 2009 11:55 PM GMT
    purge after every meal. icon_wink.gif
  • fitartistsf

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    Jun 05, 2009 3:51 AM GMT
    Actually, don't cut back on eating.... eat smaller portions, and more than 3 times a day... because if you cut back on eating, the body says to itself, "hey, this may be all I get, so I better save this until later..." If you eat 5-6 small portions (NOT full meals...) a day, every 2 to 3 hours, the body doesn't have time to store it, burns it right away, and won't store it as fat....
    Cut back on Sodium... Sodium is salt, and can keep fat on you... AND sugars, of any kind. Just because it says it is low in sugar, could be... but look out for Sucrose, Fructose, and the dreaded Corn Syrup! Corn Syrup is aded in lieu of sugar and is even more caloric and sweeter than sugar, that's why the soft drink and cereal companies who say their products are low in sugar, or sugar-free, load them with Corn Syrup..... false advertising.....
    But cardio, and drinking lots of water, which flushes the system, are always in the equation.....
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    Jun 05, 2009 11:49 PM GMT
    thank you so much guys! i ll try the 3 to 4 hours eating small portions added to cardio and lots of water ... i hope i can do 10 15 in 2 months ...
  • EricLA

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    Jun 05, 2009 11:51 PM GMT
    fitartistsf saidActually, don't cut back on eating.... eat smaller portions, and more than 3 times a day... because if you cut back on eating, the body says to itself, "hey, this may be all I get, so I better save this until later..." If you eat 5-6 small portions (NOT full meals...) a day, every 2 to 3 hours, the body doesn't have time to store it, burns it right away, and won't store it as fat....
    Cut back on Sodium... Sodium is salt, and can keep fat on you... AND sugars, of any kind. Just because it says it is low in sugar, could be... but look out for Sucrose, Fructose, and the dreaded Corn Syrup! Corn Syrup is aded in lieu of sugar and is even more caloric and sweeter than sugar, that's why the soft drink and cereal companies who say their products are low in sugar, or sugar-free, load them with Corn Syrup..... false advertising.....
    But cardio, and drinking lots of water, which flushes the system, are always in the equation.....


    Fit, just an FYI that though this is ideal, I've heard that some studies have pointed out problems this. Breaking their day into 5-6 portions, people tended to overeat. It's better to be more disciplined with regards to your regular meals and the choice of snacks between meals.
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    Jun 05, 2009 11:57 PM GMT
    you look fine...get over it...just go for walks every night and stop eating junk food!!
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    Jun 06, 2009 12:10 PM GMT
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