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Old 17-03-2013, 09:52 PM   #31
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anyway if you want lose weight, its very important for you to count your calories to keep track so that you are not overeating.
true but some have the view that if you eat good clean food (eggs, oats,brocolli,beef,fish,chicken), you'd naturally be eating less calories since you're feeling satiated most of the time.

Although have to admit like how its been repeated so many times, snacking on nuts can be detrimental if we don't keep how much of it we're eating in check.
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Old 17-03-2013, 10:04 PM   #32
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ahh syntha 6! that's 200 cals a pop. tastes so darn good though.
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Old 17-03-2013, 11:03 PM   #33
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can i know where would be the cheapest to get ON whey?

now i buy from TSW
TSW - Product: Optimum Nutrition >> Performance Whey

is cheaper compare to the 100% gold std
but imo it taste better so i stick to it , though more calories, more fat and less protein

let say if i get from bb.com or any site will be much cheaper than the price TSW is having ?
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Old 18-03-2013, 01:52 AM   #34
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true but some have the view that if you eat good clean food (eggs, oats,brocolli,beef,fish,chicken), you'd naturally be eating less calories since you're feeling satiated most of the time.

Although have to admit like how its been repeated so many times, snacking on nuts can be detrimental if we don't keep how much of it we're eating in check.
usually clean diets are low in cals but still need watch cals to prevent from overeating.
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Old 24-03-2013, 10:24 PM   #35
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if i wanna bulk up, which would be recommended? Syntha 6 or True Mass (both from BSN)

I intend to consume in conjunction with ON Whey Protein
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Old 24-03-2013, 10:43 PM   #36
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if i wanna bulk up, which would be recommended? Syntha 6 or True Mass (both from BSN)

I intend to consume in conjunction with ON Whey Protein
When i was bulking....I never use Mass gainers...

Only more food and Protein in my Diet...
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Old 24-03-2013, 10:44 PM   #37
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if i wanna bulk up, which would be recommended? Syntha 6 or True Mass (both from BSN)

I intend to consume in conjunction with ON Whey Protein
Stick to one protein powder la....

If you think Syntha 6 got more grams of protein and more Cals to help you bulk up....then take Syntha 6 Solely...and increase your food intake...
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Old 28-03-2013, 10:29 PM   #38
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hi, some qns here.
im slightly fat, with most fats around the tummy area.
currently going to gym abt 3 times a week.

if i wants to lose fat and gain lean muscle.
shld i get fat burner or take protein whey as a supplement?

currently looking at Syntha 6 or dymatize elite whey protein.

thanks alot
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Old 28-03-2013, 10:34 PM   #39
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hi, some qns here.
im slightly fat, with most fats around the tummy area.
currently going to gym abt 3 times a week.

if i wants to lose fat and gain lean muscle.
shld i get fat burner or take protein whey as a supplement?

currently looking at Syntha 6 or dymatize elite whey protein.

thanks alot
you shd read the stickies
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Old 28-03-2013, 10:44 PM   #40
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hi, some qns here.
im slightly fat, with most fats around the tummy area.
currently going to gym abt 3 times a week.

if i wants to lose fat and gain lean muscle.
shld i get fat burner or take protein whey as a supplement?

currently looking at Syntha 6 or dymatize elite whey protein.

thanks alot
Post ur routine here
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Old 28-03-2013, 10:44 PM   #41
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hi, some qns here.
im slightly fat, with most fats around the tummy area.
currently going to gym abt 3 times a week.

if i wants to lose fat and gain lean muscle.
shld i get fat burner or take protein whey as a supplement?

currently looking at Syntha 6 or dymatize elite whey protein.

thanks alot
maybe sazuro,frostbyte or someone else as knowledgeable should come up with a thread titled "SHOULD I GET A FAT BURNER?" and get that stickied.

stickies are too detailed for the lazy to find. And we can't control the lazy.

These "Fat burner/ Mass gainer" qns are like FAQs in the forum lately.

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Old 29-03-2013, 12:06 AM   #42
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Post ur routine here
sorry for the newbie qns.

just signed up at the gym few wk ago, doing weight training follow by cardio.

for weight training:

chest
biceps or triceps (different days)
abs

3 different sets of excercise each area.
each set is 3 x 12 reps

follow by 40mins of cadio.
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Old 29-03-2013, 01:18 AM   #43
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your current isolation on chest, biceps, triceps, abs will not gain lean muscle, maybe just "tighten" your current muscles.

your 40min cardio will not lose fat but lose muscles instead.

read the stickies.

start with stronglifts or starting strength, do the major lifts to gain lean muscle.

stop your 40min cardio, do HIIT which can be as short as 10min and you will lose fat.

go on a weekly 5km run for endurance training if you want to.

but the staple of gaining lean muscle and losing fat is to leave heavy and have short high intensity training.
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Old 29-03-2013, 11:34 PM   #44
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maybe sazuro,frostbyte or someone else as knowledgeable should come up with a thread titled "SHOULD I GET A FAT BURNER?" and get that stickied.
The only post in that thread before it's locked should simply say this:

No.
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Old 30-03-2013, 11:16 AM   #45
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hi, some qns here.
im slightly fat, with most fats around the tummy area.
currently going to gym abt 3 times a week.

if i wants to lose fat and gain lean muscle.
shld i get fat burner or take protein whey as a supplement?

currently looking at Syntha 6 or dymatize elite whey protein.

thanks alot
To be honest,unless ur already at below 10% bodyfat, and aim to reach 3%-4% bodyfat for a competition,and ur diet is already so low in carbs yet u still a little short of reaching that compettion level of ripness, skip the fat burner. Only those pple shud be looking at fat burners.
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