General Discussion: FUK summer 2015 Six pack challenge = Ineff Challenge - Can you repeat his success


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SOS
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6483 posts since 12/10/04

21 Mar 2006 19:06
well as this is on the internet we may need to notifiy the tuna fisheries of a possible upsurge in demand.
mr.white
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17101 posts since 10/7/04

21 Mar 2006 19:17
haha
btw im only saying that comment because im well jealous Eye-wink
thepolïce
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351 posts since 29/1/05

21 Mar 2006 19:22
SOS, i dont eat like that every day.
but it was something i suggested for one of your days.
variaty is the key to a healty body.
eating the same shii each and every day isnt very good.

but the essense of getting cut is;
-eat often
-eat smaller meals
-chew your food
-add protein to every meal
-eat most carbs in the morning, and let the carbo inntake decrease linear throughout the day. minimalize the carb inntake after 1800, except if you've had a workout.
-eat wholegrains instead of white bread.

its all about healty living these days.
survival of the fittest.
nick
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19734 posts since 2/5/03

22 Mar 2006 09:28
thepolïce wrote: the only way for getting cut, is to eat several meals a day. (of good food ofcourse)
that way you "trick" your body into release its fat(energy) reserves.
when you go long time without food, the body goes into this survival mode. the essense of that mode is that
the body will store _everything_ you put into your mouth as fat.

I think this is why I'm getting a bit fat, I used eat constantly through the day, mostly good stuff, but then I thought "I need to cut down on what I'm eating", so I cut down to 3 meals a day, and I've actually put weight on.

I'm going to go back to the constant grazing, partly for the reason you mentioned but mainly because I hate feeling hungry, like I do between meals, it makes me feel misserable.
fazza
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795 posts since 3/1/03

22 Mar 2006 10:05
how much water do u drink nick? i find everytime i feel hungry between a meal and i have a pint of water the hunger goes away.
nick
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19734 posts since 2/5/03

22 Mar 2006 10:30
fazza wrote: how much water do u drink nick? i find everytime i feel hungry between a meal and i have a pint of water the hunger goes away.

About a litre of plain water, but I do drink a lot of herbal tea (at least 6 cups a day). Water doesn't make me feel full though, it just makes me piss a lot.
Strum
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1075 posts since 16/11/05

22 Mar 2006 10:39
im getting in on this act. Is there a training programme that can be done at home as i dont have much chance to get to a gym in the week. I do have dumbells and a big bar(cant remem the name) with several different weights. Im fairly fit anayway and mainly have to tone the stomach and build upper body can anyone help??
denisovich
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996 posts since 14/6/05

22 Mar 2006 14:41
check this guy. opium didn't you do one of these?? am sure i remember you saying.


http://www.menshealth.co.uk/talk/thread.phtml/thread143575/
purple
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2981 posts since 16/1/06

22 Mar 2006 14:43
Jeez good work big boy! :o
andymakesglasses
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20708 posts since 26/1/06

22 Mar 2006 14:59
denisovich wrote: check this guy. opium didn't you do one of these?? am sure i remember you saying.


http://www.menshealth.co.uk/talk/thread.phtml/thread143575/

they're as bad as the fukers:

KevinT wrote: I don't like those boxers he's wearing

Cheers
Andy
pand
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1006 posts since 22/3/06

22 Mar 2006 17:06
All about 8 packs!

Dont forget the intercostal muscles and obliques.


Essence
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3137 posts since 10/1/05

22 Mar 2006 17:11
I dont think everyone can get 8 packs? think you have to have some crazy genetics or something…
nick
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19734 posts since 2/5/03

22 Mar 2006 17:22
PAND wrote:

I think the guy on the left has a sexier body, I'm not realy into "wirey" men.
denisovich
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996 posts since 14/6/05

22 Mar 2006 17:25
yeah, white socks with the hammer pants is a no no as well. what was bruce thinking.. Puzzled
MrPlatinum
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8939 posts since 24/2/04

22 Mar 2006 17:28
can't touch this?
nick
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19734 posts since 2/5/03

22 Mar 2006 17:30
MrPlatinum wrote: can't touch this?

wouldn't want to.
pand
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1006 posts since 22/3/06

22 Mar 2006 17:53
RECTUS ABDOMINIS – This is the infamous but improperly named "six-pack." It’s actually an "eight-pack." It’s a long, thin muscle that runs vertically down the body from the breastbone and fifth, sixth and seventh ribs to the top of the pubic bone. Worked efficiently and with supportive nutrition, it can help create the much desired "ripples" that poke out detailing the "eight-pack." However, it can't create a flat stomach. The muscle fibers simply run the wrong way for that to happen.



TRANSVERUS ABDOMINIS – The transversus muscle holds your gut tight and flat. It’s a thin sheet of muscle running along the sides of the abs, which joins connective tissue behind it. Its fibers run across the stomach, join into the rear area of the abs and wrap around the sides of the body. It attaches along the rib cage and into the back muscles. It's your body’s natural corset! When you suck your gut in, you have just used your transversus. This is the only muscle that can help create a flat midsection!

INTERNAL and EXTERNAL OBLIQUES – The internal obliques are diagonal fibers that fan out from the pelvis and ribs to the rear of the "eight-pack." They provide a layer of support over the transversus. The external obliques, also referred to as the "love handles," are composed of fibers that run from the front of the pelvis and "eight-pack" back to the ribs.
Matty_Tommo
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380 posts since 3/7/04

22 Mar 2006 19:21
count me in Laughing out loud
SOS
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6483 posts since 12/10/04

22 Mar 2006 20:33
nick wrote: I think the guy on the left has a sexier body, I'm not realy into "wirey" men.

I know fancying men is your skill set, but your wrong, he just looks like he lives in the gym and eats to much.

He has too much "look at my BIG bicep" factor about him.
nick
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19734 posts since 2/5/03

23 Mar 2006 11:45
SOS wrote:
nick wrote: I think the guy on the left has a sexier body, I'm not realy into "wirey" men.

I know fancying men is your skill set, but your wrong, he just looks like he lives in the gym and eats to much.

He has too much "look at my BIG bicep" factor about him.

I was thinking he looked more cuddly, cuddling Bruce would be like cuddling a coiled spring.