[quote=“Black Flame, post:1, topic:2753”]So, in this first question i’m not looking anything very huge (in my opinion) i was just wondering would it be very hard to lose some fat that i gained with magical means? I think i’d be very nice to lose about 33lbs of fat.
Obviously i would like some more muscle too, but that’s kinda hard when i haven’t been able to find suitable friends to go in gym with (the ones i have tried, more likely draw my energy away)
I know i could lose fat just by not eating like anything, but its just that my cravings for fatty foods and beverages/alcohol is so high that i cant control myself from them.
So, that was my first question but here comes the more extreme bonus question. Would it be anyhow possible to gain more height by magical means? overall size in that same time. <- i’m not even sure i want that, but at least i want to know would it even be possible.
Almost forgot, i still had one question about transforming your appearance. My beard doesn’t grow properly - any chance of making it? (i don’t want to tell my correct age in public message, only in pm but i’m a young adult)[/quote]
My advice: Just get off your ass and do it. You don’t need friends to go to the gym. I started again, if I had to guess I’d say roughly 2 weeks ago now.
I put my body through hell.
Push myself near the point of injury. Where it feels like I suffered a severe injury, but in reality there was no injury at all. Just torn muscle tissue that needed to recover.
I’ve been to the gym a total of 6 times so far. Today will be the 7th (when every my clothes are finished drying).
I started out at 258 lbs. Roughly 30 - 35% body fat.
After only 5 trips to the gym, I noticed gains in both strength and size (nothing big, just enough to be visible). But more importantly, I dropped from 258 to 252 lbs.
Also keep in mind that muscle weighs more than fat. You’ll most likely lose a whole lot of water weight, then gain lean muscle mass (so you’ll gain before you ever lose), THEN you’ll start to burn fat.
Stop making excuses for yourself. Trust me, it’s all I’ve been doing for the last 5 years.
All you need is a little bit of hard work and determination.
Oh, and I’m not using any magical aids.
What I am using is the following:
MusclePharm Armor-V (multivitamin)
MusclePharm Assault (pre-workout energy supplement)
MusclePharm Combat Powder (quick releasing protein)
MusclePharm Amino 1 (post-workout amino acids)
MusclePharm Re-Con (post-workout recovery supplement)
MusclePharm Casein (slow releasing anti-catabolic protein)
On my off days for recovery I take the Armor-V, Combat Powder and Casein. The days I go to the gym, I use everything accordingly.
You don’t need supplements, but I don’t exactly have a healthy diet. If I pushed myself as hard as I do without them, I’d wreck my body. It wouldn’t recover lol.
I eat brunch and supper, 2 meals a day. Brunch is generally 2 whole eggs and 2 slices of whole wheat bread toasted and made into a sandwich with just ketchup. No added salt and no butter for the toast. I scramble the eggs, for that I do use butter in the pan (which is why no butter on the toast).
Supper is generally the average home cooked/out of the box meal. Some nights it’s stir fry, with what ever kind of meat (chicken, beef or pork). Other nights it’s lasagna, spaghetti, macaroni, etc. Or straight up meat and vegetables.
We don’t eat junky foods very often.