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Fitness Goals

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Mr FANG

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Here's what I'm at right now. I'll take a picture on Wednesday.

 

-About 145 lbs (Lost 5-10 lbs since the whole breakup situation >.<)

-Some bicep/tricep structure.

-Some calf/thigh structure.

-Stomach fat

-Moobs

 

Goals:

 

-Consistently, 155+ lbs.

-Lessen the moobs as much as possible.

-Benching at least my own weight, curling 30+.

-Run a mile in 7:30. (Best is around 8 minutes right now, with no warmup).

-100 pushups/situps straight

-Toned stomach (Not really expecting a 6-pack, just hoping to trim off most/all the fat).

-10 Pullups/chinups straight (Best is like 5 :/)

-Run for 20 minutes straight (should be around 3 miles)

-Completely cut soda out of my diet. Energy drinks to a max of one a week (they were rare in the first place), only drink water (tap water D: D: D: ) at work, once in a while iced tea is okay.

 

Any tips/suggestions?

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Are you asking if you have potential? :P

No. I'm asking for tips and suggestions o.o

 

I'm going to start off with 30 minutes of running on the treadmill and then I'll work my way around from there. I'm gonna go a few times with my brother to get a feel of what to do for what goal.

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Try a mile and a half. Aim for 11 minutes. It's more of a push due to the longer distance.

 

I believe it will make a big difference.

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Do research into various vitamins, that could help you. Vitamins, not drugs.

 

Don't put it off. If you get out of the habit of exercise, by habit, you won't exercise. Don't overdo the exercise. It can hurt you.

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Vitamins are bullshizzle if you have a good diet, which is what you need. Said diet should contain these vitamins (and they will generally be accepted more easily than if taken as a pill/tablet).

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Good luck!! You may want to try and join a bodybuilding forum. They're usually very nice to beginners and have some great advice. (You don't have to want to be a meathead, they can really help you out with basic exercise and getting into shape)

This. I'd recommend posting in the Miscellaneous section of bodybuilding.com. It easily gets the most traffic on the site and is full of fitness experts, so you can post current pictures and your goals/plans and they can offer some advice.

 

P.S.: Your goals are random as fudge cuz.

 

The curling/running goals are a joke compared to your benching goals/stomach goals. All of those are a joke compared to 100 pushups/situps in a row, unless by in a row you mean at a leisurely pace over the course of an hour (obv situps are easier, 100 pushups is aiming a little high for right now).

 

Also, only arms/chest/abs....I am disappoint. Squats/deads for christ's sake. If you go to the gym and do concentration curls for an hour then run some laps and expect to get ripped....

 

 

If you're serious about wanting to actually do fitness, build a foundation first. Google Starting Strength or do a 5x5 program.

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Good luck!! You may want to try and join a bodybuilding forum. They're usually very nice to beginners and have some great advice. (You don't have to want to be a meathead, they can really help you out with basic exercise and getting into shape)

This. I'd recommend posting in the Miscellaneous section of bodybuilding.com. It easily gets the most traffic on the site and is full of fitness experts, so you can post current pictures and your goals/plans and they can offer some advice.

 

P.S.: Your goals are random as fudge cuz.

 

The curling/running goals are a joke compared to your benching goals/stomach goals. All of those are a joke compared to 100 pushups/situps in a row, unless by in a row you mean at a leisurely pace over the course of an hour (obv situps are easier, 100 pushups is aiming a little high for right now).

 

Also, only arms/chest/abs....I am disappoint. Squats/deads for christ's sake. If you go to the gym and do concentration curls for an hour then run some laps and expect to get ripped....

 

 

If you're serious about wanting to actually do fitness, build a foundation first. Google Starting Strength or do a 5x5 program.

Looked to see if serious post. Was. I'll read your posts for this entry I guess.

 

I set goals as my personal goals. Some are probably easier to obtain than others. I'm not looking to get ripped, I'm looking to trim off body fat. I want to be able to go to the gym a few times a week early in the morning, do twenty-thirty minutes of cardio, and an hour or so of working out and then go through my day. I know how to breathe when working out, I just need to learn what the hell to do to work on what. I asked my brother to help me out on my first few trips and he said that he'd help, but that I should also talk to a trainer. Sounds like a good idea.

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Spread your meals out. After eating a decent sized meal (not enough to make you FULL but enough to make you satiated for a bit), focus on not eating until 2 hours later minimum. Sweets are OKAY as long as you keep it small (I find the 2 hour rule helps it not hurt as much). Don't eat just before sleeping, it's said you should wait at least 2 hours before sleeping after bed... (but I think 30 minutes is okay enough too so you can get digested). Try to drink juice or have some fruit at least once a day to start (but suggested serving sizes would be better), AND include green vegetables whenever you can. (I find Brocollii and string beans great! I saute them when they get too bland) Wheat over white bread. Include protein related foods on days you really work yourself.

 

I managed to get a toned chest by just doing wii fit for at LEAST 30 minutes a day (yoga one day, strength exercises the next, and repeat pattern. Lazy days I just stuck to yoga or vigorous ITG). I managed to do 100 v-sit ups once, surprising the shizzle out of myself... and then I got lazy and am now skinny-fat. :P

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Spread your meals out. After eating a decent sized meal (not enough to make you FULL but enough to make you satiated for a bit), focus on not eating until 2 hours later minimum. Sweets are OKAY as long as you keep it small (I find the 2 hour rule helps it not hurt as much). Don't eat just before sleeping, it's said you should wait at least 2 hours before sleeping after bed... (but I think 30 minutes is okay enough too so you can get digested). Try to drink juice or have some fruit at least once a day to start (but suggested serving sizes would be better), AND include green vegetables whenever you can. (I find Brocollii and string beans great! I saute them when they get too bland) Wheat over white bread. Include protein related foods on days you really work yourself.

 

I managed to get a toned chest by just doing wii fit for at LEAST 30 minutes a day (yoga one day, strength exercises the next, and repeat pattern. Lazy days I just stuck to yoga or vigorous ITG). I managed to do 100 v-sit ups once, surprising the shizzle out of myself... and then I got lazy and am now skinny-fat. :P

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Spread your meals out. After eating a decent sized meal (not enough to make you FULL but enough to make you satiated for a bit), focus on not eating until 2 hours later minimum. Sweets are OKAY as long as you keep it small (I find the 2 hour rule helps it not hurt as much). Don't eat just before sleeping, it's said you should wait at least 2 hours before sleeping after bed... (but I think 30 minutes is okay enough too so you can get digested). Try to drink juice or have some fruit at least once a day to start (but suggested serving sizes would be better), AND include green vegetables whenever you can. (I find Brocollii and string beans great! I saute them when they get too bland) Wheat over white bread. Include protein related foods on days you really work yourself.

 

I managed to get a toned chest by just doing wii fit for at LEAST 30 minutes a day (yoga one day, strength exercises the next, and repeat pattern. Lazy days I just stuck to yoga or vigorous ITG). I managed to do 100 v-sit ups once, surprising the shizzle out of myself... and then I got lazy and am now skinny-fat. :P

 

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