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Fella's and I think Stifler will agree, IT'S NOT HOW MUCH YOU LIFT....ITS HOW YOU LIFT IT! Ask Staino, never got him to lift super heavy, but still gained size.

^^ Angina from too many kebabs.

Yeh they all asked when are you going to fix your car 

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Without diving over all 33 pages ^^^ what is the best Protein shake/Supplement I can buy to lose weight when I'm back at camp 3 weeks at a time?

I only eat and drink outta boredom I need a lifestyle change!!

Diet first though'

Anyone?

nothing will help you lose weight without excercise and healthy diet.....unless you take thyroid peptides ;)

but a WPI will work as long as you workout and diet

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What are peoples thoughts on working out (cardio) before breakfast? Your body has no reserves and working out first thing in the morning makes it use stored fat for energy, but I also read that your body can break down muscle and use that also... which is what you don't want.. Pazz?

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BCAA come into it Mika, buy that and have a scoop and then your body will save your muscle and use fat. Even a WPI protien shake would be good as its all protien and very minimal fats and carbs.

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Something like scivation xtend? 0 carbs 0 fat, have a scoop of that before a workout, then have a normal breakfast..

I wouldn't recommend that mate, to loose fat you have to speed up your metabolism. To do that you actually need to eat more often, just the right stuff and the right amount. Also don't overlook weights, more muscle burns more calories. Just what I've pieced together from research.

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Dillz is exactly right. You actually do the opposite of what you think you should be doing. 5-8 SMALL meals though out the day, much better than 2 or 3 big ones. The only shakes you would Wana be taking is whey after your workout. Creatine retains water, but will help with endurance slightly. Lots of chicken, veggies, fruit, tuna, beans. A coffee won't hurt you either.. Is a good preworkout as it dialates your blood vessels and ups your heart rate.

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No need, when you do do cardio you want to be full of energy and really smash it hard. Weak and hungry as you are when you wake up isn't gonna allow you to do that.

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Ok so do all that, but workout (just some cardio) before breakfast?

Go for it mate. What Ive learnt is you have to try a variety of exercies/routines/time of day etc and see what works for you and what doesn't. When I trained cardio in the morning I would always have a banana or something beforehand. I found I could do pre breakfast cardio but weights I struggled for energy and scrapped the idea(as well binge eating after a workout cos I was so damn hungry).

PS if doing cardio before bfast make sure to do at least 20mins...that's some magic number for when the body starts burning fat once liver glycogen is depleted (happy to be corrected)

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Think I might have a crack tomo as I won't have any time in the arvo/night..

If I feel my body doesn't like it, I'll stop, simple... Plus I don't see anything wrong with a big brekkie as long as your eating the right stuff..

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mike, get a dog, walk em every night. cost you nothing to walk them. free exercise

you will need to build up to physical work, start of easy and over the weeks build it up. not all at once.

just remember to go easy on the carbs.

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Yea I've got the food side of it sorted.. Doing a bit of research I found a few sites saying that its good to workout before breakfast as theres nothing in your system and you burn more fat than if you did it after breakfast. A few days a week I can't train the usual times and mornings is the only option..

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Yea I've got the food side of it sorted.. Doing a bit of research I found a few sites saying that its good to workout before breakfast as theres nothing in your system and you burn more fat than if you did it after breakfast. A few days a week I can't train the usual times and mornings is the only option..

Everybody's body reacts different, some say to train on an empty stomach before breakfast and other recommend to train between 4-6 afternoon another good time to train as its another way to burn fat.

If training before breakfast soon as you finish training a protein shake and meal to start your day with another 4-5 small meals is perfect not forgetting your water intake.

Allot of people train but don't drink enough water and still drink redbulls and fizzy drinks if you cut these away in a 4 week period your results in weight loss will show when you weigh yourself.

I stopped training new years for 4 months and have been back at the gym in the last 5 weeks, I noticed my muscle turned to fat and lost all my strength in weights so my goal is to loose weight in the next 2-3months.

I want to hit 90kgs (xmas time I was weighing 111kg bulk training) now am 96-98kgs slowly have lost 4-5kgs in that time and have been eating better leaner and more but limited cardio with more reps in the gym and little time to rest and chit chat like others do.

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T3 thyroid peptide look it up

know someone taking that's eating maccas twice a day on top of his normal daily diet and doing his best to fit in a kebab as well everyday and losing kilos just to see how well it works...and let me tell ya the thing works wonders...

or a little something called clenbuterol works like magic as well!

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If I take 1000mgs of sustanon will I get big????

You need to start on 1ml -2ml a week an build that up and then taper down over a 6 week period. Best used with decca... and yes you will get big fast ..but only if your eating properly and training properly. The follwing day after taking Sus250 you will throw the weights around that you were struggling on.

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