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Beginner who doesn't know where to start to reach his goal!! :(
Old Mon, March 19th, 2012, 08:11 PM   #1
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Unhappy Beginner who doesn't know where to start to reach his goal!! :(

Hello

I'm so glad I joined this forum for it's good reputation and people.

I'm 163 pounds, 5'10, 20 years old and I'm a male

So, my current body fat percentage is 19%, I'm currently not working out, did the P90X for a week and got bored and had difficulties doing some execrises.

All I want is a lean cut body like this guy


I'm not aiming to bulk up or anything, just a lean cut body

I'm not even sure where to start to reach this goal, I read alot of things and all they do is confuse me, I wish I could receive this info straight forward.

Thanks million
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Old Tue, March 20th, 2012, 03:05 PM   #2
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sounds like you would be interested in mild cutting

start here
http://forums.johnstonefitness.com/s...ead.php?t=1222

that will help you with figuring your calorie needs
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Old Tue, March 20th, 2012, 03:31 PM   #3
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Hello

I'm so glad I joined this forum for it's good reputation and people.

I'm 163 pounds, 5'10, 20 years old and I'm a male

So, my current body fat percentage is 19%, I'm currently not working out, did the P90X for a week and got bored and had difficulties doing some execrises.

All I want is a lean cut body like this guy


I'm not aiming to bulk up or anything, just a lean cut body

I'm not even sure where to start to reach this goal, I read alot of things and all they do is confuse me, I wish I could receive this info straight forward.

Thanks million

Training and diet...to get lean and cut..i would suggest mixing varius training..weight training, caisthenics, hill sprinting, plyo metrics, etc...circuit training and supersetting is usually effective for most people trying to gain lean muscle, burn fat and get/stay really fit..what's your diet like?
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Old Tue, March 20th, 2012, 04:36 PM   #4
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Training and diet...to get lean and cut..i would suggest mixing varius training..weight training, caisthenics, hill sprinting, plyo metrics, etc...circuit training and supersetting is usually effective for most people trying to gain lean muscle, burn fat and get/stay really fit..what's your diet like?
I'm currently not on a diet, I stopped for a month now, I started eating fast food and still eat some healthy food but not on a diet now, the good thing is i'm not gaining any weight...
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Old Tue, March 20th, 2012, 06:00 PM   #5
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sounds like you would be interested in mild cutting

start here
http://forums.johnstonefitness.com/s...ead.php?t=1222

that will help you with figuring your calorie needs
Thanks for the link, it was a really great article to read, I know have more background about the nutritious side although I need more research for the shopping list , I just need the exercise bit now

Thanks again
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