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Old 03-31-2012, 11:55 AM   #37
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Originally Posted by Off Road View Post
MVP...You started lifting within yourself and adding weight slowly. Why should your diet be any different. In my opinion, going from eating fast food and sodas then jumping right into a low carb IF protocol just screams failure. It would be like trying to squat 500 lbs your first time lifting, just aint going to happen. Start slow and make a few good changes and stick with it until it's a habit. When you have that down then you can make a few more changes. Baby steps, and every step will get you closer to your goal.
That might be what I'm saying in a way. I took a big massive step into dieting, but I did it as realistic as I could get.

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Oh, and conditioning is a crappy way to lose weight. You can't out-train a horrible diet.
Your diet has more than just the function of weight loss or weight gain. Calories in vs. calories out will determine weight loss. Increasing activity is a way you can lose weight. That's moreso what's wrong with half the people that can't lose weight on diets. They diet right, but don't have the activity to back it up.
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