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Old 02-28-2013, 07:14 PM   #201
DirtBagRob
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Low carb is the way to go.
Ya, I drink ALOT of high calorie beer and whiskey and I keep under about 12% body fat by this. I only eat lean meat and vegetables Sunday through Friday lunch time. I do a HIIT weight lifting workout for about 90 min 3 times per week. With the diet and exercise, I can drink as much as I want all week and eat whatever I want Friday night and all day Saturday and still stay fit. If I start gaining weight at any point, I cut out the 36hrs of diet cheating till I'm back to my ideal weight, then start cheating again.



 
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Old 02-28-2013, 11:07 PM   #202
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I bike a mile to work every day year round as well and in the summer I ride about 90+ miles a week. Last year I dropped 55lbs over the summer doing this with no significant change in diet

I too have a dangerous sweet tooth
Biking to work is pretty great. Coldest it gets in the winter here is about 10-15 in the morning, but its been more like mid-20s on average in the AM; so pretty tolerable. I've lost about 20lbs in recent months (though that was after I gained about 18lbs with my wife's first pregnancy). Goal for this year is to hit 1000 commuter miles.



 
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Old 02-28-2013, 11:28 PM   #203
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Biking to work is pretty great. Coldest it gets in the winter here is about 10-15 in the morning, but its been more like mid-20s on average in the AM; so pretty tolerable. I've lost about 20lbs in recent months (though that was after I gained about 18lbs with my wife's first pregnancy). Goal for this year is to hit 1000 commuter miles.
If you have a smartphone DL Endomondo, it is a great motivator and you can also join challenges with it, track rides, average miles and a lot more. I use it mostly in the summer and my winter miles are mostly short commute miles or store runs so I skip winter logging with it.
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Old 03-01-2013, 07:12 AM   #204
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This is what I'm trying to do. I'm trying to hit the old 40/30/30. It's tougher than you think. I often end up short on protein.
My body does better with 40/40/20 C/P/F

Short on protein? Whey is your friend

 
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Old 03-01-2013, 11:50 AM   #205
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Don't put cake or cheese in your beer. Instead, go All (Whole)-Grain.


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