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  • To me, the difference in your pictures looks like...

    To me, the difference in your pictures looks like it could be due to a difference in flexing. I find it very difficult to believe that you are eating 1500 calories on a regular basis if you're...
  • Why do you think you've lost muscle?

    Why do you think you've lost muscle?
  • Yikes. That was a very condensed version of the...

    Yikes. That was a very condensed version of the stickied post. If you want helpful advice you have to be willing to actually learn something.
  • 1. Use a TDEE calculator...

    1. Use a TDEE calculator to determine your estimated current maintenance calories.

    2. Subtract 15-20% from your maintenance calories.

    3. For 4 weeks, eat the number of calories you calculated...
  • Monthly box subscriptions--a quilt box for my mom...

    Monthly box subscriptions--a quilt box for my mom and tools/construction stuff for dad. Cratejoy.com has a ton of options for subscription boxes.
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    Determine your calorie, protein, and fat goals....

    Determine your calorie, protein, and fat goals. Whatever calories are left after you get your protein and fat can be used for carbs and/or more protein/fat.
  • That's a theoretical maximum based on a research...

    That's a theoretical maximum based on a research review. It's not an actual proven number. I'm not saying it's wrong but it's not the gospel truth that people seem to like to think it is
  • If you're going to worry about a tiny bit of fat...

    If you're going to worry about a tiny bit of fat that isn't noticeable to anybody but you at this point, prepare to spin your wheels forever. It's a complete waste of time to attempt to burn it...
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    If you can still progress, progress. You don't...

    If you can still progress, progress. You don't need to stop attempting to do so just because you're cutting. If you get to a point where you can't progress at your current rate, adjust at that point.
  • Ask in March. Obviously you don't need to cut now.

    Ask in March. Obviously you don't need to cut now.
  • That averages to just over 1350 per day. It's...

    That averages to just over 1350 per day. It's unlikely that you can maintain that long term. I would think about what you can do to make dieting sustainable, as eating that little will likely not...
  • I agree--move on. Just eat normally from this...

    I agree--move on. Just eat normally from this point on.
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    1. Use a TDEE calculator...

    1. Use a TDEE calculator to determine your estimated current maintenance calories.

    2. Subtract 15-20% from your maintenance calories.

    3. For 4 weeks, eat the number of calories you calculated...
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    Your #1 goal needs to be fat loss. Eat sufficient...

    Your #1 goal needs to be fat loss. Eat sufficient protein (.8 g/lb) and lift weights on a good program (Fierce 5, Starting Strength, and All Pro's are three of many good programs) in order to...
  • What is it? Starting Strength is generally a 3x5...

    What is it? Starting Strength is generally a 3x5 program. Do you mean StrongLifts?

    And honestly, you don't look nearly as bad as I expected based on your description. Yes, you have fat to lose and...
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    If you compare based on distance, it's fairly...

    If you compare based on distance, it's fairly equal. Based on time, running burns more calories.
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    ^^^ What he said. Running doesn't cause you to...

    ^^^ What he said.

    Running doesn't cause you to lose muscle or get fat. Lack of resistance exercise, too little protein, and eating too little can cause muscle loss.

    If you like to run, run. If...
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    Yes, it really comes down to personal preference....

    Yes, it really comes down to personal preference. You'll have to experiment a bit to see what works best for you.

    For me, I have no problem doing an upper body workout first thing in the morning...
  • Cut your calories by 400. There's no good reason...

    Cut your calories by 400. There's no good reason why you're not losing weight. People with your stats don't stall in the first four weeks unless they aren't eating in a deficit. Cut your calories and...
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    Then you are either bad at counting calories...

    Then you are either bad at counting calories (which is common) or not as active as you think. It is not difficult for a 350 lb person to have a TDEE of 3500.
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