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#126335 - ? I don't understand how I've been able to run 3 miles + do 1 …  [+] (3 new replies) 04/07/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
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#126402 - nospyonme (04/08/2014) [-]
Holy shit. you are serious.

Your body is in something call starvation mode. Your body is trying to conserve as many calories as possible to help you survive a long as possible. You are going to lose a lot of muscle before you lose much fat, and the more muscle you lose the less stored fat your body will need to metabolize to function.

You body starts doing this if you have something like more than a 500 calorie deficit.

You need to consider things beyond just how many calories you use during exercise, and come up with a healthy diet and exercise plan.

www.calculator.net/calorie-calculator.html

What you are doing is really unhealthy, and really uninformed.

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#126344 - ScottP (04/07/2014) [-]
You should be losing at least some weight...just not overly so. It's only been five weeks
#126341 - anon (04/07/2014) [-]
you are starving, your body needs to retain as much fat as possible so you wont die
#126333 - Not eating anything, just drinking water. And I've done some c…  [+] (4 new replies) 04/07/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
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#126340 - iridium (04/07/2014) [-]
There's part of your mistake. You'll actually lose weight if you intake a certain amount of calories less than your prior diet, and work out a decent amount, since your body learns to sustain off of less, and works more.

Calories are not weight and should not be measured strictly as such. Calories are a measurement of energy that come from different kinds of carbohydrates, proteins and fats. You should be getting a healthy balance, and making sure that you get the good fats and simple carbohydrates. What you want is a balanced diet of where those calories actually come from. Starving yourself is not an effective weight loss method, and in fact can have some serious consequences, especially if you switch straight into heavy weight loss methods from an unhealthy diet. Not to scare you but I know a guy who went from very overweight to trying to train for a marathon, and he did so much damage because his body was outputting more enzymes than needed that he had to get his gallbladder removed.

Like I said, I'm not a nutritionist so I can't exactly diagnose your problem or tell you the best way to get results, but I know you're not doing this right the way right now.

Also, are you getting a decent amount of sleep? Does your workout consist of not only a variety of exercises, but also bringing you to the point of sweating? Not working out before going to bed? Those can have an effect on your issue.
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#126343 - iridium (04/07/2014) [-]
That said, there are diets that work different for different people. For instance, for some people a low to no carb diet works better because their body digests carbohydrates different. Point being it's usually better to see a nutritionist/dietician/workout specialist about it.
#126346 - carbohydrates (04/08/2014) [-]
No carb diet?

Guess I'll leave then.
#126336 - anon (04/07/2014) [-]
ignore calories, just consistently eat healthy food and excercise
#126327 - Hey guys, need some weight-loss advice. I've been wor…  [+] (17 new replies) 04/07/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
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#126395 - Muppetz (04/08/2014) [-]
Cut down on stuff like breads and pastas.
Those are complex carbs you dont need. Drink lots of water. Cut out sugary drinks, including soda lemonade or koolaid shit like that. Drink a glass of milk or orange juice or milk in the mornings, eat some fruit or lean lunch meats like turkey. Make sure you ARE eating, just be sure its the right stuff.

Mix up your workouts. Have a slightly different routine for every day. Your body can become accustomed to the same workout and (while still good exercise) it will not yield consistent results.
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#126342 - womanexplain (04/07/2014) [-]
Calories are not the only thing to keep in mind when losing weight, see your GP and figure out a decent diet and exercise plan, what you're doing now is dangerous to your health and to be brutally honest, ludicrous.
#126334 - anon (04/07/2014) [-]
If you eat often then you will get high metabolism. just make sure what you eat is healthy, and by healthy I mean vegetables, fruit and meat
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#126330 - ScottP (04/07/2014) [-]
You need to eat. Your body requires fat to burn fat (and by that I mean good fat, not the additives and preservatives that come in junk food). You need protein to give your body energy. You can't just not eat. Your body will end up storing whatever meager fats it can take in because it still needs those to provide sustenance to itself.
#126335 - Aezync (04/07/2014) [-]
? I don't understand how I've been able to run 3 miles + do 1 hour of lifting per day without eating a single thing for the entire 5 weeks. Shouldn't the fat I currently have been "used up" quite some time ago? I don't understand why I can't lose weight when my caloric deficit is so high.
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#126402 - nospyonme (04/08/2014) [-]
Holy shit. you are serious.

Your body is in something call starvation mode. Your body is trying to conserve as many calories as possible to help you survive a long as possible. You are going to lose a lot of muscle before you lose much fat, and the more muscle you lose the less stored fat your body will need to metabolize to function.

You body starts doing this if you have something like more than a 500 calorie deficit.

You need to consider things beyond just how many calories you use during exercise, and come up with a healthy diet and exercise plan.

www.calculator.net/calorie-calculator.html

What you are doing is really unhealthy, and really uninformed.

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#126344 - ScottP (04/07/2014) [-]
You should be losing at least some weight...just not overly so. It's only been five weeks
#126341 - anon (04/07/2014) [-]
you are starving, your body needs to retain as much fat as possible so you wont die
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#126329 - iridium (04/07/2014) [-]
Not too into nutrition, but are you really not eating anything? You need a healthy diet if you really want to lose weight, not just "don't eat anything". Also, are you sure you're really not losing body fat?
#126333 - Aezync (04/07/2014) [-]
Not eating anything, just drinking water. And I've done some calculations if I were to eat ANYTHING.
So let's say I have about 1000 calories a day.
That takes 5 miles to burn off. There is no deficit yet. Then, weightlifting for about 1 hour burns about 350 calories. So I've lost 350 calories of fat for the entire day, which means I can lose 1 pound per 10 days.

By eating nothing, I can lose about 3 pounds per 7 days. Seems better, doesn't it?
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#126340 - iridium (04/07/2014) [-]
There's part of your mistake. You'll actually lose weight if you intake a certain amount of calories less than your prior diet, and work out a decent amount, since your body learns to sustain off of less, and works more.

Calories are not weight and should not be measured strictly as such. Calories are a measurement of energy that come from different kinds of carbohydrates, proteins and fats. You should be getting a healthy balance, and making sure that you get the good fats and simple carbohydrates. What you want is a balanced diet of where those calories actually come from. Starving yourself is not an effective weight loss method, and in fact can have some serious consequences, especially if you switch straight into heavy weight loss methods from an unhealthy diet. Not to scare you but I know a guy who went from very overweight to trying to train for a marathon, and he did so much damage because his body was outputting more enzymes than needed that he had to get his gallbladder removed.

Like I said, I'm not a nutritionist so I can't exactly diagnose your problem or tell you the best way to get results, but I know you're not doing this right the way right now.

Also, are you getting a decent amount of sleep? Does your workout consist of not only a variety of exercises, but also bringing you to the point of sweating? Not working out before going to bed? Those can have an effect on your issue.
User avatar
#126343 - iridium (04/07/2014) [-]
That said, there are diets that work different for different people. For instance, for some people a low to no carb diet works better because their body digests carbohydrates different. Point being it's usually better to see a nutritionist/dietician/workout specialist about it.
#126346 - carbohydrates (04/08/2014) [-]
No carb diet?

Guess I'll leave then.
#126336 - anon (04/07/2014) [-]
ignore calories, just consistently eat healthy food and excercise
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#126328 - womanexplain (04/07/2014) [-]
May I suggest a low fat diet?
You can find out more about the diet I'm on which works very well here:
www.amazon.com/Wellspring-Weight-Loss-Plan-Sustainable/dp/1935618776/ref=sr_1_5?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1396912487&sr=1-5&keywords=wellsprings
#126337 - Aezync (04/07/2014) [-]
But by eating, I have to do more work to lose weight, and I just don't have the time motivation to do more than 3 miles/ 1hr of lifting.
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#126339 - womanexplain (04/07/2014) [-]
By not eating, your body goes into starvation mode and deliberately fights weight loss, if you genuinely want to lose weight, you won't just try the easy way. Losing weight requires a balanced and consistent diet teamed with training. 3 miles of running/walking is enough to lose weight. You can't rush weight loss. 3 miles sounds great for now. You can do more miles quicker as you lose more too. Just be patient.
#161 - Hi im about 40 pounds overweight, and have been exercising a l…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/07/2014 on jnovuse's Diet and Exercise... 0
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#162 - jnovuse (04/08/2014) [-]
Your body will go into starvation mode without proper calorie intake, if you eat as listed above, you will gain maybe 1-2 lbs, then start losing those lbs immediately, and fast
#282 - Oh, also, she was only about 5'6, and couldn't have been over … 04/02/2014 on Plastic Mom 1 (BCG's Mom) +2
#281 - The next few moments are my favorite memory of senior year. …  [+] (1 new reply) 04/02/2014 on Plastic Mom 1 (BCG's Mom) +7
#282 - Aezync (04/02/2014) [-]
Oh, also, she was only about 5'6, and couldn't have been over 135 pounds (though she did have fat in the right places, nawm sayin?) which just made this moment so surprising.
#280 - I have a story that's kinda jaw dropping, but that's probably …  [+] (2 new replies) 04/02/2014 on Plastic Mom 1 (BCG's Mom) +8
#281 - Aezync (04/02/2014) [-]
The next few moments are my favorite memory of senior year.
>he faces her, she slaps him
>clique goes crazy
>she starts yelling at him
>he tries to hold her and tell her now is not the time (almost the entire school is watching)
>she pushes him away
>tells him straight up "it's over"
>she racks him
>he falls to the floor
>everybodywalkthedinosaur or whatevertheshit
> the look on his face is that of a broken man
>she knocks him the fuck out with a punch
>megadouche is unconsious
>entire school in awe
>she gets the fuck out on her moto
Apparently he was planning to break up with her by asking her sister to prom or some shit like that.
Don't know if he deserved it, but I'd say so.
Anyways, that's my story, hope y'all enjoyed!
#282 - Aezync (04/02/2014) [-]
Oh, also, she was only about 5'6, and couldn't have been over 135 pounds (though she did have fat in the right places, nawm sayin?) which just made this moment so surprising.
#38 - Is this show still worth watching or has it gone to pot?  [+] (2 new replies) 11/18/2013 on Humanity received a grim... 0
#49 - mechanity (11/18/2013) [-]
imo, the plot isn't too great in S2 and kinda rushed. The finale was amazing to me though, and kinda made up for the rest.

Also, I freaking love the animation style in this season, they really picked up. Although some others aren't fond of it.
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#40 - chuckbillrow (11/18/2013) [-]
second season had a rocky start but it picked up towards the end, i would say its worth the watch
#12 - holy **** you are a miracle worker 09/10/2013 on mfw this mallard 0
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