We all started somewhere.
Keep in mind that fat loss is mainly solved with a good nutrition
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Reblog if you’re in! Let’s DO THIS!!!!!
My favorites: Mark Bell’s Supercast(funniest), and barbell shrugged.
What do you people recommend?
Submitted February 28, 2015 at 12:53PM by Kvorka
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General info: Age: 15 (16 soon) Sex: Male Height: 1.67 m Weight: ~66 Kg I don’t smoke.
The entire goal of this is making a routine that will fit my needs and goals, one that my instructor will then critique and fix himself, this was tasked by him. He does this with all of his “serious” students.
-My goal: Note: I already have a flexing routine which was put for me by my instructor, I’m pretty sure I’m OK in that regard. As a skinny climber I want to (not increase my size) strengthen myself and raise my endurance (I don’t really care about looks, all I want is utility), in the beginning I wanted to prioritize my arms over my legs but now that I thought about it it seems something very foolish to do “Don’t miss leg day”.
-About my diet: I don’t keep track of my calories, but I will do. Another thing that I need to address is the fact that I don’t really eat very well, pretty much everything is homemade with some can stuff here and there, but i believe I need to eat more than what I do in a regular basis. In this section I have a lot to address. I will work on it on the edits. I haven’t tried any special diets yet.
-Adding the exercise: This is where it all crumbles down, I already climb for about an hour everyday and run (this is another routine made by my instructor) in different rhythms for 30 min. What I’m missing is something to do regularly outside of running. And as I said,I don’t know what I’m doing, I don’t know where to start (And I can’t really use Dumbbell, Barbell, Bodyweight or any of the programs suggested in the Getting started page, this has to be custom, though I can take base off of those). I only really have myself and some places to do bars, I don’t have a club or gym to go to nor any equipment at home. And then How much time do I have to spend recovering to gain the benefit out of my workout.
I am willing to spend about 1H 30min, max 2H on this routine
Now this is all that I can think of as information goes, if there is something missing I will willingly add it and if this is totally wrong, well, stuff happens: I will remove it willingly too.
Thanks for any help given 🙂
Submitted February 28, 2015 at 12:17PM by Thebestofbothsites
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I’ve been working out a long time, but the one thing I’ve never concerned myself with is the amount of food I eat. I eat a modified Paleo diet, so lots of grass fed/free range meats, vegetable, fruits, natural sugars, and sprouted grains. I know enough about nutrition to know what is good for me and what isn’t. However, I tend to eat everything in the house. For breakfast I’ll have eggs, vegetable, and chicken sausage, usually with a hummus snack on the way out, then I eat a wrap and an apple for lunch when I’m at school, and when I’m home I’m generally just eating all the time. In like a 5 hour span I’ll have tuna, a handful of dates, vegetable with almond butter and hummus, rice cakes with honey, a smoothie, beans, whatever is left over in the fridge, etc. So… A lot. I’m a teenager so I know it’s alright to eat more than the average person because I’m growing, but should I limit myself? My parents tell me I shouldn’t worry about it, and one the factors of Paleo is eating as much as you want (as long as it’s healthy) until you are full. I’m just never full, so that’s why I eat all the time. So should I not worry about it, or should I start tracking me diet throughout the day?
tl;dr: I’m a teen, I eat a modified Paleo diet, but still eat a ton of food. I’m never entirely full. Should I limit myself or naw.
Submitted February 28, 2015 at 11:39AM by YesWizard
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