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    Originally Posted by jiza101
    basically yes,
    i wanna look the best possible at the beach. i think if i lose fat i would look better, than if im a bit chubby but a muscle under the fat = useless. so i think i wanna lose fat but stay strong.
    That's close to having the right attitude, but you should say "I think I want to lose fat and get stronger."

    Trust me bro, you can definitely do this. Go here and read everything; it should give you a good basis of knowledge for strength training. http://www.deepsquatter.com/strength/archives/index.htm
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    Im not to worried about my strength, since i really dont have any muscle in my chest. Its mainly chub. i would love to lose the fat there and build a little muscle . Whats the best way to incorporate weights and cardio if i wanna lose fat. aswell as diet.
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    If you want to lose fat continue to lift as you normally would....Lower your carb intake and up your protein intake....and do 45 min cardio sessions 4-5 times a week.
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    hmm... is eating pasta as part of the bulking diet a good idea?
    and nowsadays i am feeling increasingly fatigued halfway through my workout =\ i juz had my 1 week rest last week and i have been using supersets throughout =\ especially on leg days i feel so tired half way that i have to rest in between the sets (i superset 1 major body part wif 1 minor body part) i was wondering is it due to some lack of vitamins or something ( i think i have not been taking enough =\)

    and is gaining 5kg in a mth + having fats in my face which make me look chubby normal? i did a check and i don't take much fats and most of it comes from almonds and such... but then again i may be wrong =\
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    Originally Posted by uToRZ-
    hmm... is eating pasta as part of the bulking diet a good idea?
    and nowsadays i am feeling increasingly fatigued halfway through my workout =\ i juz had my 1 week rest last week and i have been using supersets throughout =\ especially on leg days i feel so tired half way that i have to rest in between the sets (i superset 1 major body part wif 1 minor body part) i was wondering is it due to some lack of vitamins or something ( i think i have not been taking enough =\)

    and is gaining 5kg in a mth + having fats in my face which make me look chubby normal? i did a check and i don't take much fats and most of it comes from almonds and such... but then again i may be wrong =\
    Pasta is a real mixed bag - good news, bad news.

    Yes, it's carbs, and carbs are essential to a good bulk, butthey're not A+ carbs. Like a B-. They're fairly highly processed, lower nutrient density, and not usually whole grain-based. So it's like white rice. You'd certainly do fine bulking, but you increase very slightly the potential fat gain over muscle gain when pasta is a big bulking menu item.

    I've experienced that myself.

    And feeling tired DURING yoru workout means you need better carbs in the hours leading up to your workout. At close as 30 minutes before. Then stay hydrated.

    If you're still tired, you need to look at overall carb intake. Something would need to be adjusted.
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    Originally Posted by uToRZ-
    hmm... is eating pasta as part of the bulking diet a good idea?
    and nowsadays i am feeling increasingly fatigued halfway through my workout =\ i juz had my 1 week rest last week and i have been using supersets throughout =\ especially on leg days i feel so tired half way that i have to rest in between the sets (i superset 1 major body part wif 1 minor body part) i was wondering is it due to some lack of vitamins or something ( i think i have not been taking enough =\)

    and is gaining 5kg in a mth + having fats in my face which make me look chubby normal? i did a check and i don't take much fats and most of it comes from almonds and such... but then again i may be wrong =\
    5kg in a month is far too much to gain. That is 11 pounds. A lot of that will probably be fat.

    Stop doing supersets and see if that helps with your energy levels.
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    Can I have this for post-workout or in the morning?

    http://www.bodybuilding.com/store/met/drink.html

    I just got this today except it has 12 packets. It was on sale for only 13.50 when its usually like 27.

    Anyways, is this okay for post-workout or the morning? I'm asking because it says its from METAMYOSYN protein which I have no idea what it is. But in the ingredients, it says:

    METAMYOSYN Protein Blend (Milk protein concentrate, whey protein concentrate, L-Glutamine, dried egg white
    So its got to have least some whey protein, right.
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    Heisman, how can I get my total to go up 210 lbs, in 7 months?
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    Originally Posted by wannabe-strong
    http://www.bodybuilding.com/store/met/drink.html

    I just got this today except it has 12 packets. It was on sale for only 13.50 when its usually like 27.

    Anyways, is this okay for post-workout or the morning? I'm asking because it says its from METAMYOSYN protein which I have no idea what it is. But in the ingredients, it says:


    So its got to have least some whey protein, right.
    I would say it's fine to take either time, but some people have different ideas about milk post workout, it's up to you. But taking it in the morning is fine. Milk protein concentrate is the first listed, therefore is the main ingredient. So there's at least 20g of milk protein, and at most 20g of whey.
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    Originally Posted by Tom Brady
    Heisman, how can I get my total to go up 210 lbs, in 7 months?
    Total what?
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    Originally Posted by Tom Brady
    Heisman, how can I get my total to go up 210 lbs, in 7 months?
    if you mean total bench deadlift and squat it will be hard.

    That would be 70lbs per lift, and 10lbs per lift per month. Unless your a newbie it will be really hard.
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    Total what?
    Im referring to his sig, that's impressive Heisman!
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    Originally Posted by Tom Brady
    Heisman, how can I get my total to go up 210 lbs, in 7 months?
    LOL, that answer would take too long to post here. Go http://s7.invisionfree.com/Breaking_...ex.php?act=idx, ask there, and I'll answer everything in detail. This place has too many posters to make individual threads for each person.
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    Originally Posted by Heisman
    WTF are you talking about? I made a thread.

    Evolve, I don't know the answer to your question, hopefully someone else does...
    let me restate,sorry i said wrong thing

    so your making a sort of forum inside of a forum1!?

    i mean the ponit of this foruum is to ask questions. what ure doing is making a thread that has the same point as this forum.
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    but hey i guess what works works.

    so i hads a couple questions.
    ive been neglecting doing squats even though i know they are essential.i just cant do them b\c they hurt my back toooo much,well the bar does atleast.

    and i cant set it even lower on my back b\c i dont have good flexibility. Even with wrapping a sweater on the bar it stil hurts to much to squat.

    Oh and why havent they made you mod yet?!?!?!?! out of all people u try and helpo the most. Maybe you would actually clean this place up.
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    Originally Posted by kyle0k
    but hey i guess what works works.

    so i hads a couple questions.
    ive been neglecting doing squats even though i know they are essential.i just cant do them b\c they hurt my back toooo much,well the bar does atleast.

    and i cant set it even lower on my back b\c i dont have good flexibility. Even with wrapping a sweater on the bar it stil hurts to much to squat.

    Oh and why havent they made you mod yet?!?!?!?! out of all people u try and helpo the most. Maybe you would actually clean this place up.
    Try wrapping an actual towel around the bar. Just do a light session of squatting and focus on having the bar in the right place. Gradually use more weight. Hopefully your back/shoulders will be able to adjust to having the bar on them, and then you'll be fine. Also, have you ever tried doing front squats?

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    Dear god of knowledge,

    I can't squat. Well I can, but not any significant amount of weight. Not cuz I'm a weekess, but if I go above 275, I get a really bad pinching pain in my knee. And well, I'm a bit scared to go too deep. Most likly caused from lauguing my ass off with 460lbs on the bar. The resulting buckling of my right knee proved painful. Not to mention I had what appeared to be a tendon rolled up in my leg. It just seems to be "balance" tendon, seeing as I can still do a decent amount on the legpress.

    I know there's no substitute for squats, but what other movements would you recomend to get the most development out of my legs?



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    Originally Posted by Heisman
    Try wrapping an actual towel around the bar. Just do a light session of squatting and focus on having the bar in the right place. Gradually use more weight. Hopefully your back/shoulders will be able to adjust to having the bar on them, and then you'll be fine. Also, have you ever tried doing front squats?

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    yea i should prabably start doing that. throw in two sets of squats with weights i can keep on my back,even though its easy on my legs. wait till my back gets used to it.

    i have no dip station thing at home so i imporivesed i went on my treadmill and used the side handle parts asa dip station. works great for all those people that dont have anything to do dips on. but question i had on it is that the bars are like a foot to each on of my sides so i feel while im doing the dips,ALOT of stress is put on front shoulders muscle(i guess stabalizing?),is that ok still?


    also what are the "behind the scenes" jobs of mods?!
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    Originally Posted by kyle0k
    yea i should prabably star doing that. throw in two sets of swuats with weights i can keep on my back,even though its easy on my legs. wait till my back gets used to it.

    i have no dip station thing at home so i imporivesed i went on my treadmill and used the side handle parts asa dip station. works great for all those people that dont have anything to do dips on. but question i had on it is that the bars are like a foot to each on of my sides so i feel while im doing the dips,ALOT of stress is put on front shoulders muscle(i guess stabalizing?),is that ok still?


    also what are the "behind the scenes" jobs of mods?!
    LOL, I don't know what the "behind the scenes" jobs of the mods are, but I'm sure they have some.

    As long as you don't go to low with the dips and you have been fine so far then you will probably be okay. If it starts feeling too stressful though, I would stop doing them.
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    Originally Posted by D_I
    Dear god of knowledge,

    I can't squat. Well I can, but not any significant amount of weight. Not cuz I'm a weekess, but if I go above 275, I get a really bad pinching pain in my knee. And well, I'm a bit scared to go too deep. Most likly caused from lauguing my ass off with 460lbs on the bar. The resulting buckling of my right knee proved painful. Not to mention I had what appeared to be a tendon rolled up in my leg. It just seems to be "balance" tendon, seeing as I can still do a decent amount on the legpress.

    I know there's no substitute for squats, but what other movements would you recomend to get the most development out of my legs?



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    Have you seen a sport's doctor about this?
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    Have you seen a sport's doctor about this?
    Not when it happend. Long and short of it is I had no med coverage and my parents had some odd "religious beleifs." Now that I'm able to take care of myself, it's been well over a year, and my body has since "cannibalized. the tendon" according to the doc. So I'm kinda screwed.



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    canabalizecd?
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    Sorry, my spelling sucks.

    Cannibalized. Basically the tendon was just kinda hanging there and not being used, so it seems my body just slowly ate away at it and now there's like nothing left of it.

    But then this is a doctor, and I don't trust half of them. But since I have no idea what he's talking about most the time, I'll give him the benefit of the doubt.



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    Originally Posted by D_I
    Sorry, my spelling sucks.

    Cannibalized. Basically the tendon was just kinda hanging there and not being used, so it seems my body just slowly ate away at it and now there's like nothing left of it.

    But then this is a doctor, and I don't trust half of them. But since I have no idea what he's talking about most the time, I'll give him the benefit of the doubt.



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    What is the most optimal rotator cuff warmup/prehab routine?
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    To much creatine?

    I'm 6 foot 205 19 I'm Gona be taking cn3 concrete and muscle meds Carnivor mass is this to much creatine for me ?
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    Im brand new to this site my question is im 5"5 167lbs 21 years old one day i want to compete in a amateur competition my bicep measures 16inches cold in your opinion how does that measure up against the average person my size is it average or below average i do all my lifting at home an im curious to see how that stacks up against someone else my height i have relatively low or decent body fat visible abs bench 225 one rep dumbell press 85lbs 8 reps squat 260 one rep just a few numbers i know i still have a long life of training ahead
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    I'd focus on the big 7, heavy and go hard for that 30 mins my man
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