02-01-2003, 12:24 PM #1
Need a cycle to enhance weight loss
Guys I need some input. I am 34 and starting to look OK after 6 month of training. One area that is hard for me is fat around my tummy. I get all kinds of advice: jog, swim, do sit ups, diet. On and on. In my opinion, cutting the calories and running more will burn it off. Great OK, but there are so-many hours in a day. I need to run a good 2 hours a day 3 time a week to see any benefit and I just don't have the time, plus lifting. After a good run, I don't have the energy to lift as well. Even if I wait 8 hours after running, my fervor drops a bit and it dimishes my routine. Do other people my age have this situation? I guess what I am asking is this... Do I need to lose the fat first before a cycle or is there a cycle that will specifically help me lose 5-10 lbs of fat and help me build muscle at the same time? I need some help guys. 34yo male, 195 lb, 5'7, 28% body fat (according to the monitor you hold in your hand) All my fat is localized around my tummy and lower sides of my back.
02-01-2003, 01:17 PM #2
EQ would help.
02-01-2003, 01:19 PM #3
PM me if you have questions.
02-01-2003, 02:53 PM #4Originally posted by Rhino58
EQ would help.
02-01-2003, 03:12 PM #5
im with painintheazz on this one, really you cant spot reduce you fat, if it were that easy!! I think after 6 months of training and your not getting the results you are looking for then I think your diet needs to be put in check. Look at the thread by whackthebird!!! his results a phenomenal!!!! I would seriously consider looking deeper inot your diet and your food choices.
02-01-2003, 03:16 PM #6
There's no golden rule sayng you have to be a certain bodyfat before starting a cycle, but a large portion of your problem is still going to be there after the cycle and I think you would be a lot happier with your results if you waited until you brought your bf down naturally. Not a flame, but 28% is high and I think you can easily bring that down naturally. My suggestion is to hold of on the cycle, post your diet so everyone can get a look at it and help, start doing your cardio in the AM on and empty stomach, and possibly look into some ECA.
02-01-2003, 10:05 PM #7
You guys are great. Thanks for the imput. You all right. 28% BF is high and a strong cardia routine should drop it by 10-15 % in a month I think. I'll post results if I can.
Thanks Again. You guys are alright.
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