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    start lifting and eat at maintenance, you will lose fat and build muscle which will improve your overall shape and physique, do not lose any more weight as you're bordeline underweight as it is
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    Sounds like a good idea. You need to balance how much energy you use to how much you consume :yep:
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    My friends look at me weird when I say I want to lose weight lol Idk.

    My last diet failed This time I bought lots of food.
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    My friends look at me weird when I say I want to lose weight lol Idk.

    My last diet failed This time I bought lots of food.
    I wouldn't advise losing more weight - only exercising more.
    From what I'm gathering from this thread you're wanting more muscles. So exercising more and eating more = solution. What I'm suggesting is knowing the correct amount of food to balance the amount of exercise you are doing.
    Therefore for each calorie you burn working out, you're replacing in a meal later whilst getting "abs" or whatever they're called XD
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    You are probably pretty slim already, hence being on the verge of underweight, but you have an overly critical perception of your body.

    I wouldnt lose any more weight. You cna get leaner through lifting weights. Basically less body fat will give you a higher % of muscle which will mean you will be more defined and more compact. That means tighter and better shape. You cna lose inches without having to lose weight.
    Thanks. I try to work out sometimes.
    I don't think you can get a smaller waist without losing weight.
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    Woah, if you look like that, youre seriously perfect
    Thanks. I want flat abs though
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    Thanks. I want flat abs though
    :shh:guys dont like flat abs:shh:
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    Losing weight especially if you're underweight is never fun (talking from experience), rather, gain the weight needed by eating protein based foods etc. then work it out in the gym or at home to get into better shape
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    Thanks. I try to work out sometimes.
    I don't think you can get a smaller waist without losing weight.
    You misunderstand how it works. Muscle is denser than fat, so it occupies a smaller space. You wont get big muscles (you cant), but you will get a tighter more shapely body. Constant dieting will just make you skinny or worse. Its obvious to see which is healthier.
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    Speaking from experience, your weight is just fine, I'm a bit like you. im 5"3 and 45kg. I wouldn't just focus on what BMI says is 'healthy'. BMI is national average, or what they believe is normal, however you have to think personally are you healthy, for you height and weight you seem healthy. I wouldn't suggest losing weight, you could prehaps tone your body a bit if you are not happy but I would not suggest losing weight. Hope this helped
    Thanks. I don't eat healthy nearly all the time so I don't think i'm healthy.
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    :shh:guys dont like flat abs:shh:
    Who said it's to impress a guy?
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    I wouldn't advise losing more weight - only exercising more.
    From what I'm gathering from this thread you're wanting more muscles. So exercising more and eating more = solution. What I'm suggesting is knowing the correct amount of food to balance the amount of exercise you are doing.
    Therefore for each calorie you burn working out, you're replacing in a meal later whilst getting "abs" or whatever they're called XD
    I can't give you a rep you
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    I can't give you a rep you
    no need
    just be careful, ok? :hugs:
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    no need
    just be careful, ok? :hugs:
    Ok :hugs:
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    Ok :hugs:
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    I want this body
    :jumphug:haha so do I but I'm not as determined as you are to get it
    so go for it But make sure you don't under-eat!
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    You misunderstand how it works. Muscle is denser than fat, so it occupies a smaller space. You wont get big muscles (you cant), but you will get a tighter more shapely body. Constant dieting will just make you skinny or worse. Its obvious to see which is healthier.
    Ok I'll try to work out more often. I have weights at home.
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    This is how I want my body look
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    Ok I'll try to work out more often. I have weights at home.
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    This is how I want my body look
    too skinny bleurgh
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    :jumphug:haha so do I but I'm not as determined as you are to get it
    so go for it But make sure you don't under-eat!
    Ok I know the girl in the picture works out almost everyday
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    too skinny bleurgh
    Not She just has a really small waist
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    Ok I know the girl in the picture works out almost everyday
    damn
    I've never "worked out" in my life
    unless you count treadmills
    I'm much more into sport (team sport mostly) than that
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    Not She just has a really small waist
    I like girls with a bit of meat, what else will u hold on to
 
 
 
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