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Diet and Exercise Advice

boropete

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#21
follow tapmasters advice above,eat small high protein,low carb meals throughout the day and follow a resistance program where your doing big compound exercises (such as squats,bench press etc) to buld strength then followed by smaller exercises such as KB exercises in a small type of circuit.keep the routine to around 60 minutes,do it 3-4 times a week.I dont recommend running for someone your size,the metabolic effects of the routine i've described beats running hands down for fat loss,the only running i'd recommend would be sprints across a football field or up a hill twice a week.
 

FinleyHS

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#22
I simply cut my calories down, stop the snacking at night-time and exercise as much as when I can, not always easy when you work and you get home tired. But a nice run outdoors is always good for stress-release too!
 

DanD

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#23
Cut out sugar in tea/coffee, eat half an hour after you wake, cut the calories, stay off the drink, eat small 6 times a day:
Workout: 2x30 min walk a day, 2 runs a week, 3 x 30 min row a week, playing card workout 4 x a week.
Try this for 6 weeks it works!
 

jayy

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#24
I'm now just below 18 myself, I've lost 1.5st in 3 months just eating properly.

Going to sound a bit dodgy but I ended up buying meals from diet chef, they're for women but I supplement it during the day at lunchtime etc with healthy food. Hit a salad and a sandwich or something brings me up to 1600 - 2000 calories a day.

The soups for the lunch I usually eat at night with the dinner, mainly because I'd feel embarrassed to take them into work.

Small changes have helped too I think, always using the stairs and keeping a brisk pace when walking anywhere.

Tried a couple of gyms but haven't found one which really fits my needs yet and moving house in two weeks is taking priority over crawling around different gyms :)
 
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