How about those love handles...

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    Nov 30, 2009 3:25 PM GMT
    Guys: need some advice here. So: I haven't got big love handles that are bugging me, though my body is nmuscled and toned it seems that those things clinging to the side don't wanna melt away and keep with the rest of my body. What to do? Changing diet and working out are obvious but is there anything more specific that I can do?
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    Nov 30, 2009 4:34 PM GMT
    Christ

    there called love handles for a reason.... If you go and get rid of every last ounce of fat on your hips what will mr right have to grab on to pelvic bone
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    Nov 30, 2009 4:36 PM GMT
    MsclDrew saidChrist

    there called love handles for a reason.... If you go and get rid of every last ounce of fat on your hips what will mr right have to grab on to pelvic bone


    I agree, come on give me something to hold on to while I'm...ya know...hittin' it from behind LOL!
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    Nov 30, 2009 4:39 PM GMT
    I call my love handles Fatlocks. I can get rid of them with doing hours of cardio every day. Specifically on the elliptical. The elliptical will work your glutes as well, just peddle backwards. Lower back exercises and ab crunches will help as well.
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    Nov 30, 2009 5:00 PM GMT
    grodish saidGuys: need some advice here. So: I haven't got big love handles that are bugging me, though my body is nmuscled and toned it seems that those things clinging to the side don't wanna melt away and keep with the rest of my body. What to do? Changing diet and working out are obvious but is there anything more specific that I can do?



    Do you do side bends and twists? Those help tone that area up. Don't use weight though, the movements and stretching alone is all you need, and using weight will add muscle that can make it look worse.
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    Nov 30, 2009 5:27 PM GMT
    collegekid2004 said
    MsclDrew saidChrist

    there called love handles for a reason.... If you go and get rid of every last ounce of fat on your hips what will mr right have to grab on to pelvic bone


    I agree, come on give me something to hold on to while I'm...ya know...hittin' it from behind LOL!


    o_O
  • Celticmusl

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    Nov 30, 2009 5:33 PM GMT
    More cushion for the pushin
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    Nov 30, 2009 5:43 PM GMT
    Celticmusl saidMore cushion for the pushin
    Yay you said it!icon_lol.gif
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    Nov 30, 2009 10:04 PM GMT
    grodish saidGuys: need some advice here. So: I haven't got big love handles that are bugging me, though my body is nmuscled and toned it seems that those things clinging to the side don't wanna melt away and keep with the rest of my body. What to do? Changing diet and working out are obvious but is there anything more specific that I can do?


    I have the same problem and I hate those. Lot of cardio makes me loose weight and muscle icon_sad.gif
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    Dec 02, 2009 6:18 AM GMT
    It would be all too easy to dismiss all the synagogues that have not invited him as benighted and homophobic—and those would certainly be correct adjectives to apply in many cases. But Orthodox Judaism’s legal structure requires that changes in attitudes and behavior be grounded in the halachic discourse. In the case of homosexuality, 640-460 the prohibition in the Torah and in rabbinic writings is so severe that the halachic resolution is likely to require decades of discussion and argumentation. Even Elbaum acknowledged last night that he doesn’t yet know what the ultimate halachic resolution of the issue could or should be. Will the proscriptions against homosexuality, 642-504 eventually be completely overturned, placing same-sex relationships on a par with opposite-sex ones? Or will the solution involve a recognition that the heterosexual family is still an ideal to be aspired to—but that homosexuals who are unable to achieve that ideal may legitimately and openly have families of their own type? Or is some other, 70-284 as yet unimaginable resolution in the offing?
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    Dec 02, 2009 6:26 AM GMT
    edmond2007 saidIt would be all too easy to dismiss all the synagogues that have not invited him as benighted and homophobic—and those would certainly be correct adjectives to apply in many cases. But Orthodox Judaism’s legal structure requires that changes in attitudes and behavior be grounded in the halachic discourse. In the case of homosexuality, 640-460 the prohibition in the Torah and in rabbinic writings is so severe that the halachic resolution is likely to require decades of discussion and argumentation. Even Elbaum acknowledged last night that he doesn’t yet know what the ultimate halachic resolution of the issue could or should be. Will the proscriptions against homosexuality, 642-504 eventually be completely overturned, placing same-sex relationships on a par with opposite-sex ones? Or will the solution involve a recognition that the heterosexual family is still an ideal to be aspired to—but that homosexuals who are unable to achieve that ideal may legitimately and openly have families of their own type? Or is some other, 70-284 as yet unimaginable resolution in the offing?


    Ya got the right thread there buddy?
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    Dec 02, 2009 6:40 AM GMT
    Do you allow four hours between your last meal and bedtime? Even the right kind of food too close to bedtime will be stored as fat. The other thing you can do is train twice a day, doing for example, 45 minutes of weight training in the morning and 45 minutes of cardio later in the day.

    I don't know that really low levels of body fat is realistic for everyone all the time. When I lived in NY I rented a beach house in a gay community and I busted my ass to get lean, but I wouldn't actually live like that all the time.
    Now I have school and a job and I have to eat and schedule my training around my life, that's my reality.

    Fitness models are naturally lean muscled and they work out twice a day - even when I was younger, I couldn't realistically expect to look like that. Good luck.