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My weight loss plan

Discussion in 'Fat Loss/Cutting' started by stefanjagger, May 10, 2012.

  1. stefanjagger

    stefanjagger Active Member

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    Hi All

    I'm wondering ... will my plan lose me weight in the next 3 months.

    Age: 27
    Weight: 204.8lbs
    Height: 5'7

    I walk 5-6 times per week at brisk pace sometimes jogging up a massive hill, unable to breathe nearly at the top, and have made some changes to my diet below.

    Stats for diet are:
    Cal - 1800
    Protein - 213
    Carb - 123
    Fat - 70


    Diet

    7.15
    Cottage Cheese -200g
    Peanut Butter - teaspoon
    Apple
    Oats - 50g

    10:30
    Protein Powder - 50g
    Cottage Cheese - 200g

    12:30
    Broccoli - big handful
    Olive Oil - teaspoon

    15:30
    Protein Powder - 50g

    19:00
    Chicken - 100g
    Rice - 50g
    Olive Oil - teaspoon
    Broccoli - big handful

    22:30
    Cottage Cheese - 200g
    Peanut Butter - teaspoon

    The only additional exercise I could do would be to buy an indoor bike, but we haven't much room so would prefer not to if it's not going to make a massive difference.

    All comments and suggestions welcomed.

    Many thanks
     
  2. mastover

    mastover Well-Known Member

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    Your diet requires different changes. I also notice there is no weight training. If you are having trouble breathing, I would see your primary care physician. Good luck.
     
  3. Sedentary_Endomorph

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    First off, it's always a good thing when someone sets goals and takes an interest in their health.

    A 1,000 calories per day--even without physical activity--will not be sufficient to sustain weight loss. Initially, you will loose "weight," including fat and MUSCLE. However, your body will soon interpret the caloric deficit of that scale as starvation and it will do what nature designed it to do--conserve energy. Weight loss will stall! I've learned this through RECENT Experience. Read my thread on "Must Return to Good Health" and you can benefit from my mistakes.

    I recommend you visit the following articles vetted by JSF: http://forums.johnstonefitness.com/showthread.php?t=45975

    Good Luck
     
  4. stefanjagger

    stefanjagger Active Member

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    Different changes as in more carbs, proteins or fats? Eating them at different times maybe?

    I think my breathing trouble is down to being a smoker and extremely unfit.

    Thanks
     
  5. stefanjagger

    stefanjagger Active Member

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    I was thinking that the amounts were out slightly, but wasn't sure by how much. I will have a read through the articles in that link.

    Thanks
     
  6. Bell

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    Hey buddy your workout plan is superb. My workout plan is simple. I do walk first and then do some running. After doing bench press and squats i do jumping. This is my simple workout plan. I am impressed with your workout and i will try to follow your exercises.
     

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