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  • So your goal to lose bodyfat (11lbs). Is your...

    So your goal to lose bodyfat (11lbs). Is your weight dropping - at what rate and over what timeframe?

    Losing weight too fast risks muscle loss, even if you don't feel hungry (but you probably will...
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    You can upload pictures to your bodyspace. Or add...

    You can upload pictures to your bodyspace. Or add them as attachments.

    Pictures would help the most but without that information, I would question the idea of losing fat from your current weight,...
  • Your appetite is what caused you to gain weight...

    Your appetite is what caused you to gain weight so it can't be relied on. Actively dieting will involve defying your appetite... so the only sure way to accomplish that is to count.

    Some people...
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    2014 thread

    2014 thread
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    Just start lifting. Don't attempt a weight that...

    Just start lifting. Don't attempt a weight that you can't manage good form with.

    Don't worry about weak points if they haven't happened yet. RC is a small muscle - focus on the big ones and 9...
  • Thread: X3 Bar

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    ^ This. Results come from hard work. No gimmick...

    ^ This. Results come from hard work. No gimmick is going to get around that fact. Stick to tried and tested methods.
  • Some people react badly to carbs especially when...

    Some people react badly to carbs especially when in a deficit. So it can be easier to stick to a low carb diet (probably doesn't have to be strictly ketogenic) if you are one of those people.
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    2003 thread.

    2003 thread.
  • That is certainly in the realm of adaptation -...

    That is certainly in the realm of adaptation - I've read that you can get as much as 400 cal adaptation although admittedly that is going from deficit to surplus... If it's mostly carbs, there would...
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    It sounds like your maintenance is not that high....

    It sounds like your maintenance is not that high.

    You can easily adapt by around 200 cals or so when trying to diet. And there can be an inflammation effect if you've just resumed training after a...
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    Depends on what the cardio does to your net...

    Depends on what the cardio does to your net calorie balance. IMO it's easier to count a reduction in calories - measuring calories burned by cardio is much more inaccurate.
  • BTW, why did you delete your other thread? It's a...

    BTW, why did you delete your other thread? It's a bit annoying if a perfectly good answer disappears and then the same question is asked again...
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    Not to mention the extreme environment of stomach...

    Not to mention the extreme environment of stomach acid.
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    Reducing your calorie intake will have the same...

    Reducing your calorie intake will have the same effect. It's about net caloric surplus or deficit. Cardio is certainly no silver bullet that lets you "bulk" while "cutting" like some people seem to...
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    How long have you been dieting, at how many...

    How long have you been dieting, at how many calories?

    If you have at least 2 weeks worth of daily weigh-in readings, I can check them for a trend.
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    Produce a calorie deficit that results in 1% loss...

    Produce a calorie deficit that results in 1% loss of bodyweight per week. Get enough protein and do enough resistance training to make sure as little of that weight lost is muscle as possible -...
  • If you try to lose more than 1% of your...

    If you try to lose more than 1% of your bodyweight per week for a sustained period then yes it can happen.
  • You wouldn't want to risk losing muscle would...

    You wouldn't want to risk losing muscle would you?

    This might already be happening since muscle gives up it's mass more cheaply than fat does - so the numbers on the scale are more impressive but...
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    It doesn't really matter. As long the meal times...

    It doesn't really matter. As long the meal times are kept regular. Timing in relation to the workout is not the crucial thing that some people make it out to be.
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    Nothing different here, you just genetically...

    Nothing different here, you just genetically carry fat on your legs. You still need to train them BTW - this is not an excuse to avoid lower body training.

    Otherwise, same as everyone else, run...
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