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


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Essence
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3134 posts since 10/1/05

20 Mar 2006 14:59
So hows everyone doing? My healthy eating started today… Breakfast was a tasty bowl of oats and water no sugar Sad

And I am going to add 20 mins of cardio on todays gym session Cry
andymakesglasses
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20640 posts since 26/1/06

20 Mar 2006 15:05
Essence wrote: So hows everyone doing? My healthy eating started today…

I eat healthily already, and i already go running a couple of times a week, so I'll be starting properly soon

Essence wrote: Breakfast was a tasty bowl of oats and water no sugar Sad

are you making porridge or just having oats and water? if the latter, try making porridge with water, it tastes pretty good actually

Cheers
Andy
Richie H
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24 posts since 9/3/06

20 Mar 2006 15:07
nick wrote:
Richie H wrote:
nick wrote:
andydavidleeroth wrote: my advice…..don't bother

it'll only end in tears.

even if u get in shape for summer, ull be a porker by christmas again, unless you keep it up, which..isnt really worth it,

This is true, and a man who is obsessed with his appearance is not very attractive IMO, make a bit of effort to look good, but don't go totally mental about it.

but wouldn't it be just as unattractive to let the beer belly grow

a little bit of effort without being totally obsessed would be better than not bothering imo

Thats what I'm saying, a bit of effort, within reason, but going to the gym every day for 6 hours and eating nothing but boiled chicken and spring water isn't much fun.

I watched a program where they were interviewing a guy who was going to be the cover guy on some male fitness mag, they asked him how hard it was to keep his (very nice) physique. He said he was always in bed for 10pm, didn't drink alcohol, didn't eat anything unless it was at one of his pre-defined "eating times", went to the gym 7 days a week, didn't smoke, didn't go out in the sun etc. etc. I thought "You boring cnut, I'm glad your not my boyfriend".

yeah fair enough that's ridiculous, but this is just for us lazy arses who need motivation. I don't really want a sixpack but it will be nice not to have to breath in when my new girlfriend wants to see me topless
JimmyC
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1820 posts since 14/8/04

20 Mar 2006 15:08
For breakfast I had rice krispies with banana.

For lunch I had a roast duck panini, with hoisin sauce spring onion and cucumber. I've also eaten some chicken flavour sensations and a twix.

I probably wont get a chance to eat anything for rest of the day, and I wont get home until about 10pm so i won't want to eat anything then.
Essence
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3134 posts since 10/1/05

20 Mar 2006 15:24
andymakesglasses wrote:
Essence wrote: So hows everyone doing? My healthy eating started today…

I eat healthily already, and i already go running a couple of times a week, so I'll be starting properly soon

Essence wrote: Breakfast was a tasty bowl of oats and water no sugar Sad

are you making porridge or just having oats and water? if the latter, try making porridge with water, it tastes pretty good actually

Cheers
Andy

Porridege.. it was just warmed up in microwave with water…and 3 egg whites and 1 full egg, o and half a whey shake in my oats also.

Aye I have to high intensity cardio sessions per week… but really need to increase this.

Guess I could add a little honey to my oats for a natural sweetness… wont be so bad.
andymakesglasses
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20640 posts since 26/1/06

20 Mar 2006 15:39
Essence wrote: Porridege.. it was just warmed up in microwave with water…and 3 egg whites and 1 full egg, o and half a whey shake in my oats also.

you make porridge by putting one part oats to 5 parts water into a saucepan, bring it to the boil, then turn it down to simmer, stirring it constantly for 10 minutes or so. tastes much much nicer than just having oats with water, although I've never tried it in a microwave

Cheers
Andy
Richie H
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24 posts since 9/3/06

20 Mar 2006 15:47
what's with the 3 egg whites isn't that some messing about just for porridge?

i make mine with milk anyway what's the benefit of using water instead?
andymakesglasses
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20640 posts since 26/1/06

20 Mar 2006 15:50
Richie H wrote: what's with the 3 egg whites isn't that some messing about just for porridge?

just for extra protein - I don't eat eggs though so it's not something I do

Richie H wrote: i make mine with milk anyway what's the benefit of using water instead?

no fat, and the benefit of being able to call yourself hardcore, but I'd much rather make it with semi-skimmed milk - it can't make that much difference to your fat intake surely?

Cheers
Andy
Richie H
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24 posts since 9/3/06

20 Mar 2006 15:54
i see, does the yolk have no protien then?
andymakesglasses
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20640 posts since 26/1/06

20 Mar 2006 15:57
Richie H wrote: i see, does the yolk have no protien then?

it has some, but it also contains most of the fat and cholesterol of the egg, which is why bodybuilders and athletes separate the white and yolk and just eat the whites

Cheers
Andy
SOS
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6483 posts since 12/10/04

20 Mar 2006 17:34
Today I had Kellogs Special K drop a jeans size for breakfast lol - porridge had ran out can uoi believe!

If you want porridge as I do, get the tasty oats stick in the microwave job, jobs a good en in under a minute.

had beans and scrambled egg on toast fo rlunch, and about to have chicken fish and a handfull off oven chips for tea.

Then of the gym about 8.30, had aheavy cardio session yesteray, so hitting the weights a bit tonight, but will push the cardio further.

I was on the machines yesterday trying to figure out the best for burning callories, its running bottom line, rowing and skiing and biking are all good , but nothing beats that steep incline run Smiling
nick
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19733 posts since 2/5/03

20 Mar 2006 17:36
andymakesglasses wrote:
Richie H wrote: i see, does the yolk have no protien then?

it has some, but it also contains most of the fat and cholesterol of the egg, which is why bodybuilders and athletes separate the white and yolk and just eat the whites

Cheers
Andy

You can use the yokes to make icecream, custard or mayonaise, ok their not healthy but you do need some little treats.
thepolïce
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351 posts since 29/1/05

20 Mar 2006 19:50
SOS, get fat or die trying Laughing out loud

misled
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4451 posts since 3/1/02

20 Mar 2006 19:53
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13315 posts since 17/5/03

20 Mar 2006 19:56
thepolïce wrote: SOS, get fat or die trying Laughing out loud


great body (no homo)
Murakami
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13343 posts since 9/5/05

20 Mar 2006 19:59
thepolïce wrote: SOS, get fat or die trying Laughing out loud


Holy mother of God , I would love to look like that

NO HOMO ( if I can say that Laughing out loud )
andydavidleeroth
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1691 posts since 30/11/03

20 Mar 2006 20:02
don't bother with l-glutiname btw

i thought glutamines main benefit was when losing weight (to maintain muscle). I didnt think it was advertised particularly for weight and strength gainers.
SOS
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6483 posts since 12/10/04

20 Mar 2006 20:04
thepolïce wrote: SOS, get fat or die trying Laughing out loud


Gentlemen we have a target!!

Ok how do you do it fella!

P.S to all the gay thread ppl, deal with you own issues, we are all comfortable enough with our sexaulity to be able to see a guys chest without feeling gay.

however if it helps….
SOS
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6483 posts since 12/10/04

20 Mar 2006 20:12
Laughing out loud Laughing out loud S

sorry still getting over the police dropping in here with that cut up chest
lol that gives brad a run for his money!

this thread is now porn for the FUK female members.

W$%KER!
thepolïce
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351 posts since 29/1/05

20 Mar 2006 20:32
lol SOS.

Glutamin is good for many things, but buying one isolated amino acid isnt a very good choice.
But many athletes eats it because it speeds up the body's recovery prosess.
However,the glutamine needs is covered fully if you buy a good protein supplement.

one more thing,
consuming too much glutamine can result in dangerous high ammonia levels in the body!!