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  • rainier67

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    Aug 23, 2009 12:57 AM GMT
    I just started working out 1 month ago. I am starting this new routine from scratch I was a couch potato. I hate to work out but love the results and especially hot it makes me feel. I am 6ft 2 weeks agao I was 231 ibs now I am at 228. I am currently unemployed at the moment so I work out first thing in the morning. I give myself 30 to 40 minutes everymoning for the last 30 days, I run on the treadmill for 15 minutes I am soaked with sweat and seem like I am going to pass out after 10 min. Then lift weights working on my arms and shoulders at the moment- Then I do some push ups, after 20 push ups I am near death--LOL Then I drink my protein shake- whey protein. I bought a bottle of amino acids pills these thing are so big do they really dissolve or just flush thru your body? Also, I am trying to lose my belly fat.. Any advise?icon_biggrin.gif
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    Aug 23, 2009 1:17 AM GMT
    I actually didn't know you could get amino acid tablets and pills or whatever... but from what I know most of the nutrients you want should come from real food.
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    Aug 24, 2009 8:48 PM GMT
    If you want to lose weight, you do not need the additional calories from protein supplements. Dietitians and medical sites both agree that the average diet contains an adequate amount of protein for exercisers. Of course, on line fitness sites that sell protein extol it's virtues. There are studies that show that endurance athletes and bodybuilders may benefit from additional protein. These two groups are not your average person into fitness. It is curious that endurance athletes need more protein than bodybuilders. You would think it is the other way around. If I were unemployed, I would rather use my money for a balanced diet.