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Discussion in 'Sports & Hobbies' started by T-Rex266, Jan 7, 2014.

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    Yep. They even had a guy lose weight eating nothing but junk food (this was an experiment)

    It’s NOT recommended, but it is doable.
     
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    Real life situation here, I retired 2 years ago and went from 235 to 205 by eliminating junk food and bread...
     
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  4. Feb 10, 2019 at 2:51 PM
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    That’s great buddy! Congrats on that!

    You probably stopped overeating and corrected your energy imbalance. It IS easy to overeat when supplementing meals with a can of coke or even beer.

    Not to mention obese bodies cannot deal with simple sugars as well as lean and active bodies can. (More fat = insulin insensitivity = bad news) lol
     
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    Well as a former huge fatass that ate primarily things people shouldn't eat..Ill pass. I am sure with the right person, training, timing and whatever other variables you can control you can find a person that can loose weight on anything.

    I can't help but wonder how a diet like that would play out with actual performance. I know sometimes if I eat like shit it effects some heavy lift days. Same thing with drinking and or being dehydrated or not getting enough sleep.

    So I will just keep trying to eat good food and limit the garbage to occasionally. I do like me some donuts, cake or Nutella....Im not going to give that up for ever...thats not good for peoples safety :rofl:.
     
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    Ur body processes standard bread much differently than ezikel bread. Not all bread is “bad”.
     
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    Not everyone can afford that expensive bread bro ! Lol
     
  8. Feb 10, 2019 at 3:03 PM
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    Meals can get pricey, but it’s cheaper than fast food
     
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  9. Feb 10, 2019 at 3:04 PM
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    Honestly, the only outstanding variable is energy balance. (Cals in cals out)

    It would absolutely affect your performance by a pretty significant margin having essentially NO vitamins/nutrients) Exactly why I say it’s NOT recommended! LOL

    If done in moderation, eat that Nutella! LOL
     
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    Yeah there is no way I would try to eat just Snickers all day...or eat all my food in a drive through. I know that doesn't work for me. I have just started last Sunday trying to get a green smoothie in for breakfast now because I suck at eating fruit and vegetables. So I gave up my Kodiak Cakes for a while to see how this goes. I am cutting down from 230 to 220 slowly(just under maintenance #'s) but depending on how that goes may bring the pancakes back or just eat them on Saturday morning since that will probably be my re-feed day. Of course with some Nutella!!:thumbsup:
     
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    Yes, if you are currently losing weight at 2500 calories per day, then you could theoretically continue doing what you're doing and only eat 2500 calories worth of Snickers (or whatever else) instead and still lose weight. You'll feel like shit and introduce all kinds of other health issues, but the basic weight loss formula is to burn more calories than you take in every day. However, obviously eating 2500 calories of Snickers a day is not recommended.
     
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    Man, I could do that shit back in high school. Now? Uh uh, no go. I’d be puking before lunch.
    Nice! I’m floating around 220-215. Trying to get down to 10% (probably be around 205/210 at that %) then try to get my numbers up to 220 at 10%.
    I gotta say, I miss Nutella. But when it comes to that hazelnut crap, the jar lasts three days at most. So I had to do the most sensible thing, and stay away!
    You’re a stronger man than I am when it comes to that shit! LOL
     
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    Also, if you’re watching snickers non-stop you’ll prob. need a lot of fiber lol
     
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    Yep, I agree with all of this except for the "junk food is completely harmless" and "if done right, sugar is not unhealthy" statements. Your body will still react to it, even if it is a short term reaction. Obviously, what we eat and how healthy we want to live is entirely up to us. I don't drink alcohol or soda, and don't care for sugary stuff. I will occasionally eat some really dark chocolate or maybe have a 7-11 chocolate-frosted cake donut once in a blue moon (those damn things are addictive so I have to be careful), but other than that I've sworn off sweets and don't miss them at all.

    The funny thing is, for about the first couple of weeks of nixing them from my diet years ago I actually went thru withdrawals. It was real similar to coming off of my opioid pain meds after my surgery. I had occasional cravings for a couple of weeks after that. It took about a month for my brain to finally let go and to fully realize what added sugars in my diet were doing. The rare time that I eat something like that now, I can REALLY feel it. It's pretty alarming how much sugar affects our bodies TBH.
     
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    I know sugars can affect our bodies. Anytime you cut out anything that has an effect on your brain chemistry can cause withdrawals.
    Cutting out soda can be a daunting task. For whatever reason, it wasn’t hard for me when I cut out coke.
    It’s definitely wise to eat responsibly and avoid overeating (which sweets CAN cause you to do, especially liquid sugar - soda)
    We can at least agree that it’s not in anybody’s best interest to eat inordinate amounts of junk, but rather, make healthy, nutrition dense foods a non-negotiable majority staple in your diet. I can honestly see where you’re coming from, and if it was a problem before, I wouldn’t want to go back to it either.
    I had the same problem with fast foods and hot pockets. Those things were all I ate when in college. Once I realized how badly it made me feel, I cleaned up my diet COMPLETELY. Didn’t indulge in sweets for a good year. Now I know how it makes you feel/perform, I refuse to eat fast food (except the five-7 times a year five guys/whataburger fix) LOL.
    I realized in that year, I loved food too much to cut everything out, not to mention it’s damn hard to eat healthy ALL the time (in terms of being sociable). So decided to indulge responsibly. And to be honest, it’s actually improved my mental state, performance, and ever my gains in the gym. Just have to do it at the right times and act like it’s your bank account (pay all your bills first then you’re allowed to spend on whatever WITHOUT OVERDRAFTING) LOL
     
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    HAHA I'm slowly getting more strict. Just over a month ago I got off Bang's...but my work schedule sucked so I replaced them with Monster's. Now I am off both of them for over a week. I was doing great with this weeks macro's till Saturday. Just one of those days nothing goes right. Anyway doing a lot better today and will be fine all week. I currently have 6 chicken breasts and some veggies baking in the oven. I will have all my meals prepped here in about an hour. That will be the first time I am that far ahead on a Sunday since I bought my meals from a company.

    I was going to compete in a powerlifting competition in May. I was planning on cutting the 8-10 pounds for that. Now just due to how things are playing out I will probably not compete but am doing the cut anyway in case I change my mind and there is still room at the meet.

    When it comes to Nutella we have to play it smart in this house. With 2 kids and the wife and I....we just get the Costco TWIN pack lol.
     
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    Lost track after #1.
    It also definitely helps understanding what type of person you are when it comes to change, and especially when making dietary changes. Knowing whether you're a drop-it-cold-turkey or a gradually-ween-off-it type of person typically plays a pretty large roll in your success, as does knowing if you're an "emotional" eater or not. Most guys won't admit they're emotional eaters because it sounds like we're being pussies, but TBH a lot of us are, including myself. I also like to rip the band-aid off of things and be done with them. So when I make dietary changes they're done cold-turkey. It sometimes takes me several tries to do it, but perseverance rules the day.
     
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    Food prep almost done but I ran out of rice. Have more in the cooker right now. Have these ten meals plus have some boiled chicken breast in the fridge in case I want something different. I just use rice, that chicken and a serving of veggies then put maybe a Tbsp of some kind of sauce on it.

    This is 1 serving Calrose rice, 1 Serving of Baked Chicken breast, about a serving of Black Beans and some veggies that got roasted in the Chipotle Lime sauce the chicken was baked in. Turned out awesome. It was the first time making this recipe though.

     
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    I am a "HUGE" emotional eater. I have a big problem with sweets. I know this. I just try and control them and don't beat myself up if someone gets donuts for work. I just try and eat one. Normally if people get food at work its way over board. So the treats are around all day.
     
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    Hey, keeping at it is key!

    Only problem is you have to keep it up to keep it going! LOL I had no problems meal prepping, going to the gym, etc on a daily basis while I was doing it, but then Doc and I moved and for a few weeks, our schedule was all over the place. When things finally settled down, it took me a good month or so to get back in the swing of things consistently.

    How long you been competing?
     
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    I don't have an issue either going to the gym...it being 10 feet from my kitchen sink helps lol. But when I had to go at 2:30 in the morning that wasn't an issue either. Its always been the food part.

    My first competition was the charity one this last December. It was a DL only. My coach and I talked about doing the Kabuki meet in May. I had a blast at the competition and really want to do this meet but on top of everything else I have going on I need to come up with about $200 dollars for USPA membership and meet fee. Wouldn't normally be an issue but everyday I turn around and its something new..truck needs a 30k, car insurance is up, car needs an alignment and a 30k., VA still sleeping on my stuff, etc. So along with the money aspect my schedule changes so frequently at work right now I can't get on a good prep schedule. I could be on Graveyard for 2 weeks and lifting before work...then back to days and lifting after work.

    Worst case situation this summer I journey out, land on graveyard for at least 6 months and may try and get on a prep schedule and get a meet in the fall before we start another prep block for next years charity DL event.
    After that it will probably just be a hobby.
     
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    Man, I tell you, I can’t wait to get my home gym underway! (Just gotta buy a House/garage first LOL)

    Gotta love life.....happens whether you want it to or not huh?
    Good luck brother! Truly hope everything turns out ok and you’re able to get things squared up!
    Either way, keep killing it!
     
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    Starting the week off on the right foot. PB, chocolate and banana shake... a.k.a., The Elvis. The powder in the container is my own blend.

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    Thumbs up for the banana ! I'm holding steady at 203 ! Lol
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    My breakfast consisted of 3 egg yolks, 3 egg whites, salsa, and a nanner!
     
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    6 egg whites
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    50g karbolyn intra

    I’m at a whopping 185 or so rn

    I’m now at M3

    Post was usual: 66g Rice Krispies with one scoop protein (used as “milk”)

    M3: 3 slices ezikel bread
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    having grown up in germany, i just eat that stuff with a spoon, like ice cream...

    final week of winter training before the spring ramp up. this has been a tough winter. definitely not spending enough time outside. shit, i only have 1 ski day so far and only 1 day of hiking in rmnp. :frusty:

    that being said, my 20 minute FTP number has gone up by almost 50 watts. i have another test at the end of the week to get the final number after a 12 week program. my endurance pace (2+ hrs) is now 170 watts, roughly 2.1w/kg, with an average HR of 130. still holding steady at 180lbs but i've dropped a 1/2" on the waist. current goal now is to get my endurance pace to 200 watts.
     
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    If you're not already, try brining that boneless, skinless chicken breast in the fridge overnight (or roughly 12h from frozen). It'll be thawed, seasoned damn near perfectly, and the moisture in the chicken will make it more forgiving when it comes to drying out.
     
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    Its so worth it!! I lift in socks some days. Have the dog out there if I am not squatting or DL'ing. Whatever music I want to listen too...and if someone didn't put the stuff away chances are it was the wife lol.:rofl:

    Things will work out. If I don't get to compete this May its not a big deal. I am way past my prime to be competitive in the sport and have kids into or getting into sports. I would rather just keep lifting and let them develop their skills over the next 10 years or so...Kinda like my retirement plan haha


    My breakfast smoothies are 86g Spinach,Kale, Chard mix, Coconut water(was 16 oz but cutting this down to 8 for Carb reasons) 1 Banana, and about 70g of frozen pineapple and mango each. Will probably add some Ice to get a bit more liquid back from the loss of Coconut water.


    Oh nice I will have to try that out. Normally my wife boils it for me in Mexican seasonings. Then it gets shredded and I have been using either Panda Express Teriyaki sauce, Buffalo Sauce, Bbq sauce or something else I find in the sauce isle to just drizzle over the top of the chicken and rice. This recipe was baked with the sauce on it. It was a Chipotle lime sauce. 1/2c EVOO, Honey, Lime Juice like 1Tbsp Minced Garlic, Chipotle powder and 1tsp Cumin. Pretty damn tasty.
     
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    Wow, I've made some smoothies in the past w/those exact ingredients. Granted I juiced the greens first, but all still the same stuff.

    If I do a slow cooker chicken, that's very similar to how I make it as well. Trader Joe's has this Green Dragon hot sauce that is amazingly delicious. I usually buy half a dozen bottles when I'm up there lol.
     
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