Damn losing weight is the hardest thing I’ve ever tried to do in life brehs

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This advice based off what logic/wisdom? Seems hella random.

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I know you're the "nicer" version of me in these threads but your really gonna entertain this nonsense just yo be polite?


Surely there's a polite way to tell these fitness noobs they're full of shyt. :jbhmm:
 

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This advice based off what logic/wisdom? Seems hella random.
I used to be that big and I definitely was drinking a gallon of water daily so unless he’s going to really be putting in work I wouldn’t really suggest he does that at the moment as for those exercises they’ll substitute for bench press if he can’t lift much on it so he can work his chest area.

Edit: for the eating i say maybe because i don’t know what he can handle I usually eat twice a day sometimes once it just depends
 

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If the op actually serious

Do mostly cardio and jumping rope
Do sit ups, crunches, and push ups
Ween yourself off junk food frequently
Wouldn’t recommend drinking a gallon of water unless you’re really working out or else it’ll put a lot of fluid on your body
As for weights bench press, chest fly, dumbbell curls or the machine you can curl with, tricep extensions.

Maybe only eat twice a day

Charles Barkley turrible advice. hhh:

Anyone serious about muscular fitness would be much better served squatting, deadlifting, benching, overhead pressing, and barbell rowing, especially as a beginner.

Add chin/pull-ups once able and eventually, weighted ones.

Too many folks outchea majoring in the minors, doing less effective exercises, moving hoe weights on useless isos, and wondering why their body hasn’t changed. :ufdup:
 

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Charles Barkley turrible advice. hhh:

Anyone serious about muscular fitness would be much better served squatting, deadlifting, benching, overhead pressing, and barbell rowing, especially as a beginner.

Add chin/pull-ups once able and eventually, weighted ones.

Too many folks outchea majoring in the minors, doing less effective exercises, moving hoe weights on useless isos, and wondering why their body hasn’t changed. :ufdup:
If he can handle that then he could do those too I forgot about legs squats and deadlifts are good exercises
 

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I used to be that big and I definitely was drinking a gallon of water daily so unless he’s going to really be putting in work I wouldn’t really suggest he does that at the moment as for those exercises they’ll substitute for bench press if he can’t lift much on it so he can work his chest area.

Edit: for the eating i say maybe because i don’t know what he can handle I usually eat twice a day sometimes once it just depends
Not trying to take a shot at you but I fail to see the reasoning behind not drinking a gallon of water a day. If anything, that may help him more since a lot of times people think they are hungry when they really just need to drink more water. As for your comment about number of meals, that's irrelevant. It's the number of calories you are consuming that the focus should be on.
 

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Not trying to take a shot at you but I fail to see the reasoning behind not drinking a gallon of water a day. If anything, that may help him more since a lot of times people think they are hungry when they really just need to drink more water. As for your comment about number of meals, that's irrelevant. It's the number of calories you are consuming that the focus should be on.
If he isn’t going to be doing some serious workouts i just wouldn’t suggest it.

I say twice since he like 300 he could get by with that just really depends on what he likes to eat
 

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If he isn’t going to be doing some serious workouts i just wouldn’t suggest it.

I say twice since he like 300 he could get by with that just really depends on what he likes to eat
And I am asking what is this based on? He could eat twice but if both those meals are 2k+ calories each, he's not going to be losing any weight.
 

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If he isn’t going to be doing some serious workouts i just wouldn’t suggest it.

I say twice since he like 300 he could get by with that just really depends on what he likes to eat
But why wouldn’t you suggest it?

Just guessing as we give out advice huh?
 

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And I am asking what is this based on? He could eat twice but if both those meals are 2k+ calories each, he's not going to be losing any weight.
About the water? I used to do that and I wasn’t working out hard enough it put a lot of water weight on me and made me retain it on my body.

I’m making an assumption that’ll he eat somewhat right so I think twice will be good enough for him
 
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