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    Mercedes Khani - 2 Week Training Schedule To Lose Fat And Gain Muscle!

    I have received many emails with questions about a good training and cardio schedule that I decided to put one together. This is for anyone trying to lose some weight and look better! Try it out.

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    Cool I'm new

    Hi my name is Denise. I'm 48 I weigh 164 at 5'2. I like the training schedule it does'nt look to confusing. I'm wondering if i should use fat burners, and if so what kind. I want to lose about 20 lbs and gain muscle. I would appreciate any more help.
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    Looks like a solid plan with the exception of the am fasted cardio, but it seems to have worked for the author.
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    Originally Posted by webmaster View Post
    I have received many emails with questions about a good training and cardio schedule that I decided to put one together. This is for anyone trying to lose some weight and look better! Try it out.

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    Well I've been using this this system for a month now. I know it says its only for two weeks, but having never worked out before I thought it would be a good start. It seamed easy enough.

    My specs:
    5'10"
    280lbs
    35yrs old
    male

    In one month I have lost 10lbs. I have not changed my eating habits one bit. I eat fast food almost once a day. I've been changing that slowly though. I have not been able to follow the work out exactly but as close as possible. My cardio is 1 mile on the tread mill before the work out begins. But other then that I try to follow it as close as possible.

    The first two weeks were pretty tough. Having never worked out before it was a real shock to the system. I did not loose any weight till the third week. The first two weeks i felt really sick on and off. After talking to a trainer at the gym, he said i needed to eat more. So I started eating more fruit, up to one a day now. Since then, I've been OK.

    So i just ended week four. My endurance has increased measurably, weights used have gone up also. I will start the next 2 week session she has posted at the end of this week. One of the trainers at the gym told me to wait a week to shock my system again. But I will be doing cardio all week. Today was my first day and I am amazed at my progress thus far.

    $0.02 This is a great beginner work out. I recommend it for any one looking to get started in the right direction. It help bring up my confidence and comfort level in the gym. I'm no longer afraid to work out.

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    Originally Posted by 3gInOc View Post
    Well I've been using this this system for a month now. I know it says its only for two weeks, but having never worked out before I thought it would be a good start. It seamed easy enough.

    My specs:
    5'10"
    280lbs
    35yrs old
    male

    In one month I have lost 10lbs. I have not changed my eating habits one bit. I eat fast food almost once a day. I've been changing that slowly though. I have not been able to follow the work out exactly but as close as possible. My cardio is 1 mile on the tread mill before the work out begins. But other then that I try to follow it as close as possible.

    The first two weeks were pretty tough. Having never worked out before it was a real shock to the system. I did not loose any weight till the third week. The first two weeks i felt really sick on and off. After talking to a trainer at the gym, he said i needed to eat more. So I started eating more fruit, up to one a day now. Since then, I've been OK.

    So i just ended week four. My endurance has increased measurably, weights used have gone up also. I will start the next 2 week session she has posted at the end of this week. One of the trainers at the gym told me to wait a week to shock my system again. But I will be doing cardio all week. Today was my first day and I am amazed at my progress thus far.

    $0.02 This is a great beginner work out. I recommend it for any one looking to get started in the right direction. It help bring up my confidence and comfort level in the gym. I'm no longer afraid to work out.

    Thank you,
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    Originally Posted by shainberg87 View Post
    Hi

    I am keen to start using this programme but could anyone shed any light on how many sets you are supposed to do as it only gives instructions on reps?

    Thanks
    Yeah, I was wondering the same thing.... Any input on this from people who have followed her program?
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    how many sets?

    Originally Posted by StarFish1588 View Post
    Yeah, I was wondering the same thing.... Any input on this from people who have followed her program?

    I was wondering the same thing....
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    same

    Originally Posted by annaso View Post
    I was wondering the same thing....
    Did anyone ever get an answer on this regarding amounto f sets or whether the reps are one set or a combination of multiple sets?

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    Originally Posted by the_fake_webmaster View Post
    I have received many emails with questions about a good training and cardio schedule that I decided to put one together. This is for anyone trying to lose some weight and look better! Try it out.

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    very well written, i also learned something from it

    shortness of breath means im going to fast in betweeen excercises
    i will be more mindful of this tomorow

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    Hi my name is Denise. I'm 48 I weigh 164 at 5'2. I like the training schedule it does'nt look to confusing. I'm wondering if i should use fat burners, and if so what kind. I want to lose about 20 lbs and gain muscle. I would appreciate any more help
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