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    Im a bit to fat for my liking and i dont wanna be doing an hour of cardio a day so whats the most effective way to lose fat without losing speed from jogging or walking for a long time? Ive HIIT(high intesity interval training) is best for this but does anyone know how i can do this or have any ideas i dont have money for equipment so if you have ideas let me know
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    Originally Posted by Ryan2009 View Post
    Im a bit to fat for my liking and i dont wanna be doing an hour of cardio a day so whats the most effective way to lose fat without losing speed from jogging or walking for a long time? Ive HIIT(high intesity interval training) is best for this but does anyone know how i can do this or have any ideas i dont have money for equipment so if you have ideas let me know
    for example do a 30 yd sprint as in as fast as you can or almost. then take a 30 second break then do it again. we do 5 to 10 to 20 and so on up to 40's then we work on footwork pro shuffle and whatnot.
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    Originally Posted by demetriusvillegas View Post
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    Originally Posted by olinerules87 View Post
    crossfit isn;t a fb workout
    i never said it was he was wanting to know how to lose some fat but there is crossfitfootball.com
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    Fisrt you should start eating I will assume you don't since no diet was posted. The lack of food in your life has probably put you in starvation mode, so start eating.
    Secondly lifting weights would help in every way. Do you lift currently if so what is yoru routine.
    I owuld also go to the doctor and get a physical to see if your pre diabetic and what your blood pressure is.
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    My Current Routine and diet because i didnt post them before

    I Lifts weights on Tuesdays and Thursdays with my football team for 1 hour and i have 1 hour of films, after im done with those two i do 2 hours of football practice.
    The weight lifting is 2 sets of bench,squats, and powercleans. We do plyometric boxes as our warmups and dotdrills before the boxes. For the sets we look at our one rep maxes on a chart and it tells us what we should be doing for 15 reps, then we go for 30 seconds and try and get 15 reps in the 30 seconds (ie a rep every 2 seconds) this is mainly for endurance building.
    As far as my eating i always try and get a lot of protein but atm we dont have a lot of money at my house im about to get some whey protein and take that to equal my 1g/pound of muscle i think thats the right amount. And im eating fine i just need the program for sprinting/fatloss.

    We also had weightlifting for 4 months of weightlifting during the school year for offseason conditioning and weightlifting were we lifted monday wednesday and friday and conditioned on tuesdays i thursdays
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    Fall in love with chicken breasts and stock up on the canned tuna when on sale.
    I know the chances are slim but do you have to do this work out , seems like a waste of time and energy that will lead to injuries?
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    Originally Posted by Ryan2009 View Post
    I Lifts weights on Tuesdays and Thursdays with my football team for 1 hour and i have 1 hour of films, after im done with those two i do 2 hours of football practice.
    The weight lifting is 2 sets of bench,squats, and powercleans. We do plyometric boxes as our warmups and dotdrills before the boxes. For the sets we look at our one rep maxes on a chart and it tells us what we should be doing for 15 reps, then we go for 30 seconds and try and get 15 reps in the 30 seconds (ie a rep every 2 seconds) this is mainly for endurance building.
    As far as my eating i always try and get a lot of protein but atm we dont have a lot of money at my house im about to get some whey protein and take that to equal my 1g/pound of muscle i think thats the right amount. And im eating fine i just need the program for sprinting/fatloss.

    We also had weightlifting for 4 months of weightlifting during the school year for offseason conditioning and weightlifting were we lifted monday wednesday and friday and conditioned on tuesdays i thursdays
    wow fifteen rep in a bench squat and clean i was told never to go over 8 reps in a set in your core lifts bench squat deadlift cleans rows unless your warming up for football training because football is a quick burst and lots of power so i always train high weight low rep i was told basketball was 12 reps and over
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    Originally Posted by demetriusvillegas View Post
    wow fifteen rep in a bench squat and clean i was told never to go over 8 reps in a set in your core lifts bench squat deadlift cleans rows unless your warming up for football training because football is a quick burst and lots of power so i always train high weight low rep i was told basketball was 12 reps and over
    yea when we are in offseason getting stronger we dont do that our coach is building our endurance for the season dude
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    Originally Posted by demetriusvillegas View Post
    wow fifteen rep in a bench squat and clean i was told never to go over 8 reps in a set in your core lifts bench squat deadlift cleans rows unless your warming up for football training because football is a quick burst and lots of power so i always train high weight low rep i was told basketball was 12 reps and over
    Yeah idk what the hell kinda program you play for.
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    i don't know what anybody in here is talking about.

    your program doesn't have a conditioning program at all? right now our program consists of 1 hour of lifting and other power exercises (tire flips, ect.) then we do stretches, agility ladders, multiple variations of sprints then we have skilled training for an hour, but we're getting into learning formations and plays and so forth.

    3 hours a day of training and a crap load of sprints with very minimal rest for us inbetween. get on a diet, i'm not saying it has to be strict but if you want to drop some fat then get on the sprints and completely cut out the junk food, this involves candy, sodas, chips and any of that other crap, you don't need it.

    once you drop the weight you want then you can start keeping track of what you're eating i guess if you want.
    "Giving your best is more important than being the best."

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    Originally Posted by ahasic View Post
    Yeah idk what the hell kinda program you play for.
    hey man bigger faster stronger cause in all seriousness how long does a play last about as long as putting up 8 reps not 15
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    the things you should be eating that are the healthiest most nutritious for both fat loss and muscle building are the cheapest.

    Oats cost about 3 dollars for a thing that should last 2 weeks or more.
    Tuna cost about 79 cents per can.
    you can get chicken for 2-4 dollars per lbd.
    rice is very cheap.
    frozen veggies are cheap.

    it can be tough when money is short but by all means its possilbe. Especially if you're looking to lose weight you dont need to eat as much

    But for real you could eat well for about 7 dollars per day (maybe less) I would say no problem.

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    Originally Posted by Ryan2009 View Post
    yea when we are in offseason getting stronger we dont do that our coach is building our endurance for the season dude
    Are you serious ?
    U mad that Im a semi-pro ufc fighter and I train affliction while taking tapout classes on the weekends ?
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