Thread: Starting to feel depressed
01-05-2005, 06:42 AM #1
Starting to feel depressed
Im what most of you would call a fussy eater, i basicly dont like much foods an example of what i would eat is
Seasfood: prawns, muscles, cockles, tinned tuna, tinned samon
Meat: ham, chicken
Other: Eggs, white & brown bread
i use to eat alot of crisps and chocolate but i have really clamped down.
my training and cardio is all in key but my diet is really laking.
is there anything that someone could recommend that a weirdo like me can try. that would take hardly any prep time as i never have time.
im currently trying to loose weight using DNP and i wanna jump back on the juice once i have lost most my fat. i dont wanna put it all back on again after my cycle
01-05-2005, 06:54 AM #2Originally Posted by nobbythedonkey
01-05-2005, 07:00 AM #3Originally Posted by seanw
things like red meat etc make me feel sick.
01-05-2005, 07:02 AM #4
well the shakes will help, it would definitly help to talk to the guy and run it by him, there is lots of stuff you can eat its just a matter of finding whats best for you that you like and will make you grow. B12 will increase your appetite as well, maybe give that a try.
01-05-2005, 07:06 AM #5Originally Posted by seanw
01-05-2005, 07:19 AM #6AR Hall of Fame
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All I can offer is this:
"Your desire to change MUST be greater than your desire to stay the same."
So, you must quit complaining/whining about foods/being picky/etc., sit down and come up with a SOUND approach that will take you to your goals. If you don't have the energy/ability to do that, then your endeavors are going to come up short.
Best of luck!
01-05-2005, 07:30 AM #7Originally Posted by SwoleCat
cheers for the advice bro's
01-05-2005, 07:45 AM #8Associate Member
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I have this hanging on the wall in my office....
"People are always talking about getting motivated to go on a diet. Motivation is worthless. There's no way in hell you'll still be motivated after your 200th chicken breast washed down with plain broccoli. You have to be DEDICATED. Dedication is what remains when all motivation has left, and you can't stand to do more cardio, because you've read every magazine ever produced, you'd rather eat the ass out of a dead donkey than one more plain chicken breast, and your typical routine of thinking of sex every five seconds has been replace by food every 2 seconds. It's the DEDICATION that takes us to where we want to be. Motivation will do nothing but make you set your alarm for 4:30am that first night. Dedication is what gets you up to that 4:30 alarm everyday for 3 months straight."
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