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You can't be that much of a push over. You never did buy her the BMW she wanted for her Birthday.
Sounds like you need a break from your wife, not the other way around.
Pantene shampoo and Oil of Olay
Seems about right. Well done.
All lifting programs need to be focused around the important compound lifts. Bench, rows, overhead press, squats and deadlifts. This is all you need to get started.
Worrying about loose skin is seriously putting the cart before the horse. Focus on losing fat and getting to a healthier weight.
Perimenopause does not stop us from dropping weight/losing fat. Get in a proper calorie deficit. All foods need to be weighed, measured and tracked accordingly on a food scale. Stay in your...
You're not posting nearly enough information to get any solid feedback. What is your overall goal? How tall are you and how much do your weigh? Saying your diet is decent means nothing. How many...
1700 calories would be around maintenance for you. If you want to continue building/gaining you need to eat above that number. I would set around 1900-2000 calories and monitor from there.
Yes it can be done and you'll be just fine.
I used to run a 5 day split for years.
A professional training program doesn't have you in the gym everyday. Get yourself started on a simple effective full body routine. Your routine should be focused around the important basic...
Throw in more fats and calorie dense foods. A big glass of chocolate milk and a few tablespoons of PB would be close to 500 calories.
There are ways to get the numbers up. You will continue...
Based on your stats 1700 calories would be an accurate starting point for steady fat loss. It's not as many calories as you think. In all honesty you've been eating more than that to maintain the...
If it's the one I'm thinking of I can't imagine too many women out there using it. The refeeds are massive. It's not something that's needed unless you're staying at super low levels of bodyfat. ...
I just walked by in my bikini but you must have missed me. Too busy taking your picture. :D
There are no professional written programs that have you do just one exercise. You need the important basic lifts, a calorie surplus, consistency and patience.
It's not something that I have a problem with but some women do.
No that's not nearly enough time. Take an additional 9-11 more weeks and add it to your 5.
I don't understand all these symptoms of male hormones increasing like crazy. I've been lifting consistently for 30 years, compete in female bb and have never had any of the issues you're talking...
Building muscle means eating in a calorie surplus and there are fat gains that come with it. That's how the building process works. Getting to where you want to be comes down to having enough...