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    Overweight training

    Hey guys,

    I currently way 87kg and im 175cm tall. My body fat percentage is 25%.
    I would like to get down to a healthy body fat percentage. My goal is to loose the weight and become solid, althought currently i do have a solid build, naturally big chest. I am currently going gym but the results are not pleasing, it takes a very long time(about 1 month) for me to loose 1kg or 2 kg. I am eating healthy and excersing. Please help.

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    Pretty vague post mate. Tell us about your training, diet, supplementation, etc. Be detailed. Or just read some posts.

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    Sorry guys for the vague response....

    I train 5 times a week. My training consist of running for 30 min(using HIIT) and the cross trainer for 20 min. After cardio i workout different body parts on different days. I.e- Chest and back, shoulders and arms, legs....My workouts usally go for 1 hours and 15min.

    Diet - In the morning i usally have about about 200 calories, after 2 hours i have a fruit. For lunch i have about 300 calories, after 2 hours i have a snack, may consists of different things. For dinner i have about 400 calories.
    All food that i eat are not high in fat,i eat as healthy as i can.

    I dont take any supplementation because i try to eat food with high protein, and less fats.

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    even though you are cutting you need to find out your maintenence caloric level and go from there. from what i can see your only consuming something like 1000-1300 cals a day at ~191 lbs. way too low. if you are real committed to reaching your goals you will need to start tracking all your calories and the breakdown of your macronutrients.
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    To track use www.fitday.com
    Last edited by KoolDrew; 02-12-2007 at 05:52 PM.

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    Ok hmm, i have a question...
    If im trying to loose the weight i need to have a calorie deficit...So what should i be doing eating more?, how much more?...

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    Ok...what do you guys think i do?....Loose the weight and then build?, or should i loose weight and build?....It's very confusing, i donno what i should do cause to gain muscle you must eat more to loose fat your must eat less...

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