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Old August 31st, 2004, 06:36 AM
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Hello dear members of the alt.support.diet. I'm a 27 years old man with a few extra pounds I want to lose over the next months. I've started with aerobic sport training (basketball) and anaerobic also (body building) and I would like You to provide me with a diet please.

Many thanks.

Octavio
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Old August 31st, 2004, 08:04 AM
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"freeposte" wrote in message
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Hello dear members of the alt.support.diet. I'm a 27 years old man with a

few extra pounds I want to lose over the next months.
I've started with aerobic sport training (basketball) and anaerobic also

(body building) and I would like You to provide me with
a diet please.


First, it seems you're posting in HTML, when the netiquette requires
newsgroup posts to be in plain text. In Outlook express, go to
Tools/Options... and pick the Send tab and check "News sending format" as
"Plain Text".

Others will probably give you advice about the diet, but you must be warned
of something. If you're just starting an exercise plan, especially with body
building, and especially if you have never exercise before, you *will* build
muscles quickly. This will translate into weight *gain*. So, you will have
to take what the scale shows with a grain of salt, because you might be
losing fat but gaining muscle mass. Remember that what is important is your
body fat%, not your overall weight. You might want to use a meter to see
real progress, such as checking your waist line or wherever you have fat to
lose (muscle is more compact than fat, so you should lose inches). Or you
can use a scale that displays body fat%, though they seem not to be accurate
for some people. Or have someone competent at the gym check you with
callipers, which is more precise.


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Old August 31st, 2004, 08:04 AM
Lictor
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"freeposte" wrote in message
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Hello dear members of the alt.support.diet. I'm a 27 years old man with a

few extra pounds I want to lose over the next months.
I've started with aerobic sport training (basketball) and anaerobic also

(body building) and I would like You to provide me with
a diet please.


First, it seems you're posting in HTML, when the netiquette requires
newsgroup posts to be in plain text. In Outlook express, go to
Tools/Options... and pick the Send tab and check "News sending format" as
"Plain Text".

Others will probably give you advice about the diet, but you must be warned
of something. If you're just starting an exercise plan, especially with body
building, and especially if you have never exercise before, you *will* build
muscles quickly. This will translate into weight *gain*. So, you will have
to take what the scale shows with a grain of salt, because you might be
losing fat but gaining muscle mass. Remember that what is important is your
body fat%, not your overall weight. You might want to use a meter to see
real progress, such as checking your waist line or wherever you have fat to
lose (muscle is more compact than fat, so you should lose inches). Or you
can use a scale that displays body fat%, though they seem not to be accurate
for some people. Or have someone competent at the gym check you with
callipers, which is more precise.


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Old August 31st, 2004, 01:52 PM
Patricia Heil
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Just keep on with the exercise permanently because if you have just started exercise, you haven't seen the benefits yet.
"freeposte" wrote in message ...
Hello dear members of the alt.support.diet. I'm a 27 years old man with a few extra pounds I want to lose over the next months. I've started with aerobic sport training (basketball) and anaerobic also (body building) and I would like You to provide me with a diet please.

Many thanks.

Octavio


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Old July 12th, 2012, 11:35 AM posted to alt.support.diet
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Protein is especially necessary before and once a workout session. you'll have a protein shake with fruits like berries and apples for a flavorful post-workout meal. you'll even have protein bars. These bars also are terribly convenient thanks to supplement your protein desires.

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Old July 17th, 2012, 02:58 PM
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Losing weight may not be the most convenient thing in general, so the solutions to it are not always convenient either. It's hard work, after all. Despite all the nice pills and supplements and what have you, you need discipline, and workout is definitely a good start!
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Old April 11th, 2015, 10:40 AM
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Gaining weight requires a surplus of calories as well as a good weight lifting program.

Try hitting these macros below.
Eat 1 gram per body weight in protein
Eat 4 times your body weight in carbs
Eat 1/2 your body weight in fat grams

If you're still not gaining weight, up the macros. You have to make eating a priority especially since you're probably a hard gainer aka ectomorph.

You also should lift weights b/c you just don't want to gain belly fat. Compound lifts from free weights is a good starting point. Compound lifts include bench press, dips, pulls ups, push ups, dead lifts, squats, lunges etc. Lean muscle will go a long way.
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Old December 2nd, 2015, 07:06 AM
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You might want to use a meter to seereal progress,
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