People say I'm scrawny and I have a 32" waist and I am slightly shorter than you! I think you are fishing for compliments.
Do I still look fat? Watch
- 11-04-2013 00:58
(Original post by Ultimate1)
- 11-04-2013 00:59
MAte I would be very concerned with your diet. Add some meats in there [if not vegetarian], if you're vegetarian then you should definitely be eating more calories as well. Add in some more fruits and veggies, nuts, milk, dairy, oats etc.
OP I am 164 pounds and a lot bigger than you.
Watch some videos of Zyzz on Youtube, be inspired, and you'll be motivated to change your diet and become aesthetic.
(Original post by fuze-mo25)
- 11-04-2013 01:00
Where the **** are your proteins and fats??? atleast have a monotonous chicken breast and avocado. you need atleast 1 form of protien. AndvLack of fats will severely ruin your testosterone If you've been on that diet for a long time. So yh expect not being able to get it up poor sex drive laziness and it could be slowing down your weight loss.
(Bare in mind all of this is if you've been on that appalling diet for a long time)
But either way congrats on the weight loss it does take some determination.
Not eating like a ****ing pig is such a challenge.
- 11-04-2013 01:05
- 11-04-2013 01:08
- 11-04-2013 01:14
everyones body is different and eating nothing but grapes cheese and bread for god knows how long requires a hell of a lot of motivation and determination. Even though OP could've gone about it in a healthier manner it's still an acievement.
- 11-04-2013 01:35
No, definitely not. Congratulations on your weight loss.
You mentioned you were in to weight training, I would argue that you should start going on a clean bulk, it would be unnecessary to go below 170lbs at sixth foot and you run the risk of starting looking skinny.
I imagine that purposely trying to gain weight after working on loosing it for a while could seem like a strange sensation , but if you eat a little over maintenance and slowly put the weight on alongside weight training you could minimize fat gains (you won't be gaining any muscle with a calorie deficit), with the determination that allowed you to loose 100lbs in a year I'm sure people will be mirin' in no time!
Best of luck!
(Original post by Student#123)
- 11-04-2013 01:43
I lost 100lbs in the past 8 months and I've recently started strength training at my gym. I want to reduce the size of my legs further by continuing the cardio (walking, cycling etc). I'm 6ft and currently 170lbs Currently a size small/medium shirt and 32" waist (Uk sizes). I used to be XXL and 40" inch waist. My goal is a <30" inch waist. My daily diet consists of grapes, brown seeded bread and low fat cheese spread. I'll have a suger free soft drink if I'm feeling particularly adventurous.
- 11-04-2013 02:05
- 11-04-2013 02:54
You really dont wanna go under 30" for your waist size.
i'd say you wanna make some muscle now. No need to lose more.
- 24-04-2013 19:42
Perhap's you'll fit into your KKK 'uniform' now?