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  • My wife is 5' tall, weight 103 pounds and she...

    My wife is 5' tall, weight 103 pounds and she needs to eat at 1100 cal/day in order to lose a pound every two weeks. So 1300 may be too much food rather than too little.
  • Sticky: From the 1st post of this thread. "Best...

    From the 1st post of this thread.

    "Best results will include full body pictures, in a relaxed pose, taken from front, side, and back"

    Pictures of you posed and flexing will just hide fat and...
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    Yep. My wife was shocked when I showed her...

    Yep.

    My wife was shocked when I showed her what actual "serving sizes" of things like mayo and almonds were.
  • I have found that generally so long as the...

    I have found that generally so long as the workout isn't directly making the injury worse, that it is better to keep going in the gym and to work around the problem when possible.

    One thing I...
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    If you are trying to lose fat and gain muscle...

    If you are trying to lose fat and gain muscle then that is part of the problem right there.

    Generally, the two goals require you to either be in a caloric deficit (to lose fat) or a caloric...
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    This ^^^^ Unless you are 6' 4"+ tall you won't...

    This ^^^^

    Unless you are 6' 4"+ tall you won't be seeing "Abs" at the 200 pound level.

    ~Buy a food scale and weight/measure/log literally everything that goes into your mouth. Figure out your...
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    Buy a food scale and weight/measure/log literally...

    Buy a food scale and weight/measure/log literally everything that goes into your mouth. It is the only way to know exactly how many calories you are taking in each day.

    Also, a desk job isn't an...
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    If your weight is going up then you are not in a...

    If your weight is going up then you are not in a deficit, you are in a surplus.

    Either your calorie tracking or your "output" from your watch (or possibly both) are wrong.

    Based upon your...
  • Generally for fat loss the minimum recommended...

    Generally for fat loss the minimum recommended numbers are: 0.8g of Protein per pound of body weight, 0.4g of fat per pound of body weight, the rest can be whatever you want (protein, Fat or Carbs)...
  • Weight: 162.2 Pounds Waist: 29.8" Lower...

    Weight: 162.2 Pounds
    Waist: 29.8"
    Lower Stomach/back: 32.7"
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    "Plateaus" are generally caused by three things. ...

    "Plateaus" are generally caused by three things.


    1. Person isn't really in a deficit. IE. They are eating more than they think that they are. This is probably the most common reason for the...
  • I'd tell them that what they just said was...

    I'd tell them that what they just said was utterly ridiculous and ask them why they were trying to sabotage my efforts to improve my overall health and well being by attempting to get me to eat...
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    They are all a waste of money. There are no...

    They are all a waste of money.

    There are no "quick fixes", if there were then everyone would be walking around lean at 12% BF.

    Losing fat simply requires that you put in the time and effort...
  • Weight: 162.8 Pounds Waist: 29.9" Lower...

    Weight: 162.8 Pounds
    Waist: 29.9"
    Lower Stomach/back: 32.8"

    And...Back up to 162.8 again. Water fluctuation is definitely annoying when it comes to trying to track fat loss.
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    Actually then that sounds like it is a big part...

    Actually then that sounds like it is a big part of your problem.

    Back when I was a lot heavier (over 240 pounds) my snoring/apnea was ruining my night's sleep. I would be in bed 9+ hours and...
  • Fad diets are not the answer. They don't address...

    Fad diets are not the answer. They don't address the root cause of why people get fat in the first place which is typically that they are unaware of just how much food and how many calories they...
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    To lose 20 pounds of fat in two months would...

    To lose 20 pounds of fat in two months would require you to be in a calorie deficit of 1,166.66 calories per day.

    So if you really want to hit that number, then you basically need to increase...
  • Sticky: From the 1st post of this thread. "Best...

    From the 1st post of this thread.

    "Best results will include full body pictures, in a relaxed pose, taken from front, side, and back"

    Pictures of you posed and flexing will just hide fat...
  • Thread: Lets start.

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    Losing weight, especially going from morbidly...

    Losing weight, especially going from morbidly obese to fit, requires a lot of hard work and dedication to that goal. Even more importantly, failing to understand that the process is a permanent...
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    If you aren't losing any weight, then you aren't...

    If you aren't losing any weight, then you aren't in a deficit.

    Period.

    Basically, whatever you have been eating is your maintenance level.

    And since 1000 cal/day is unrealistically low...
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