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10-10-2011 08:41 PM
04RedRocket did anyone else skip the reading and just look at the pics?
10-10-2011 04:13 PM
HAPPYHANDS It good we have this now. Ive been out of the gym for a little over a year.At this moment I have bells palsey on the left side of my face. Im waiting for it to go away then back to the gym i go. Anyways, nice to have a place to rant about days in the gym now.
10-07-2011 04:54 PM
talamant3z what i have learned from exercising is its all in your genes. if your lucky and got good genes then chances are your not too fat and happy. If you have bad genes your on the heavy side looking for the quick fix. All i can say is diet and exercise shit just watching your carb intake will do wonders to your health. also vitamin b-12 is hard to absorb pills and drinks wont do much you have to inject it to work, and nothing really backs that it helps a lot. so if you plan on doing b-12 inject that shiet haha
10-06-2011 08:56 AM
03OrangeSVT Now I want to elaborate on a few things you'll need to do while getting your metab up.

When you first start losing weight you'll start experiencing mild muscle cramps (if you've jacked up your metab by either natural or chemical means) you get these cramps because your muscles keep twitching even when you're asleep.

Theres a few things you can do to help keep cramping at bay..... and this works also with cramping from working out as well.

1) WATER.... drink lots of it. Water keeps those evil toxins flushed out of your body.

2) Potassium and Taurin ... these are 2 vital minerals that your body needs to function and when you work and sweat, you sweat out these to minerals and you WILL get cramps.... I have experienced this myself many times and taking these two supplements does work.

And of course just taking vitamins in general will help negate losses due to whatever diet you may be on.... always remember no diet is perfect and not everything works for everyone.
10-06-2011 12:44 AM
Duffman355 ^^^ btw, that was much less prolific than I wanted it to be but I am playing online games and only have time to post during loading
10-06-2011 12:39 AM
Originally Posted by mix1983 View Post
What about people who want to slow down their metab.?
sidenote, if you are a scrawny guy looking to pack on muscle, all you need to do is eat 6000 calories a day or more. Do you eat sandwiches, screw that. Have a pound of beef. Look up the paleolithic diet. If you are hungry, it is too late. Eat meat, dairy, veggies and berries. Protein and animal fats are not bad for you! Eat bacon! Despite common belief it won't hurt you. Eat what man was meant to eat. Basically the aforementioned.
10-05-2011 06:56 PM
sleepyboy You shouldn't eat before bed time or exercise. That's not good sleep hygiene, just to let ya'll know. All other info is great and appreciated! Not to mention the pics, coconut oil and her...MM
10-05-2011 06:00 PM
Duffman355 coconut oil is amazing stuff, and her boobs look so much better in the second picture. When I am not sitting around on the weekends pigging out on pizza and alcohol I usually only eat like 2 meals a day. For example today, I had 4 eggs, 4 pieces of bacon and a bunch of cheese scrambled. I'm pretty bad. Atleast I lift weight a few days a week.
10-05-2011 06:07 AM
Originally Posted by mix1983 View Post
What about people who want to slow down their metab.?
I'll see what I can do for ya, there has to be hypothyroid and anti-thyroid substances as well- corn is one I can think of offhand. I believe soy is also. Do the opposite of the #1- don't eat until noon, then eat a really big meal before bed.
10-05-2011 02:42 AM
Originally Posted by mix1983 View Post
What about people who want to slow down their metab.?
Then eat McDonald's lol
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