- fkncody wrote:
- Start cutting out stuff from your diet. Cut out soda, drink water. Cut out fast food. Eat more vegetables and fruit. Try to cut out processed foods like candy and chips. Don't cut out carbohydrates and fat completely. Taper off your fats and carbohydrates as the day goes on. As in, have your larger meals w/ carbs/fats earlier, and try to cut them out at night time.
You want to workout, but also perform cardio on top of that. You can do cardio by circuit training or doing HIIT on off days if possible. Consistently doing low intensity cardio is also very good. For example, walking a couple miles every day, 5 days a week is a great way to burn fat at low intensity.
okay well i prefer to call it...healthy way of living..if i call it a diet..diets are ment to be broken..as a friend told me this concept so yeah
as for drinks..i am pretty good on that all i drink mainly is tea and water
and i eat fruit on daily(usually)
not so much vegetables..but i do plan to have salad and stuff lke that
and i am working on cutting off chips..because if theres chips around i always try to get some..
and candy not that big of a deal because i dont eat it much..but i will still cut that out all the way
and for cardio
what my workout plan is
push exercices - example...dips..pushups
pull exercises - example...pullups...body rows
core exersies - example....plank..crunches..(Maybe knee raises, havent tried them yet)
and i do these each day..as in monday ide do push tuesday pull wensday core and so on
i was thinking about running the day off core day..but i dont know if thats enough cardio
because ill only be running a mile or more on that day..as im fatman and cant run too long
and also i plan to do lunges and air squats everyday..sence there not too big of a deal sence i already have big leg muscles but just want to keep the muscle there.