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Old 05-07-2013, 11:02 AM   #3
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Almost any extra info about yourself can help us help you.

I have some experience in your situation. I was morbidly obese at one point, weighing in at over 300lb. I lost the weight first, then built myself back up over a number of years. Yes, you should start lifting immediately. Lifting makes everything work better, wether your goal is fat loss, muscle gain, or some combination thereof. I went from 300+ down to just over 200lb in 1 year. Since then I've built myself back up to 235lb, with a very muscular build. I'm also much stronger now at 30 years old and 235lb than I was in high school at 275lb.
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