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  1. Equipoise is offline
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    At 200 lbs and 5'4 he might have a pituitary and or thryoid problem to add that into the mix. Along with what Pizd said, I'd tell him to ask a doctor to test him for hypothyroidism.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AkiraMusashi
    At 200 lbs and 5'4 he might have a pituitary and or thryoid problem to add that into the mix. Along with what Pizd said, I'd tell him to ask a doctor to test him for hypothyroidism.
    Thats what I thought at first, he's being sent to a specialist. I'm not too sure though, maybe it's just his build? he doesn't seem fat, just alittle chubby and is actually fucking fast on his feet.

    But always better safe then sorry...Great site by the way, I think I should use that as it seems way more effective then the journal my old man/coach makes me keep. :qleft5: (god I love these smiley's)
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    You mean my training journal? I didn't think the public could see our journals without becoming members. Ohwell. =-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by AkiraMusashi
    You mean my training journal? I didn't think the public could see our journals without becoming members. Ohwell. =-)
    No, we can't, but I've been using it myself lately now that I've been informed of its exsistance.

    What kind of gentle strength training should someone of his build be attempting? What foods/supplements should he be eating/taking.

    So far, I've just got him to do slight weight bearing exercises: such as not holding the treadmil bars, running with a light dumb bell in each hand, stretching slightly more (just dynamics as his mucle range seems retarded) and extra punch bag (does that even count?)

    Suggestions? What's a good food for fatty's? (XD, sorry, couldn't help it )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vlad Tepess
    What kind of gentle strength training should someone of his build be attempting? What foods/supplements should he be eating/taking.

    So far, I've just got him to do slight weight bearing exercises: such as not holding the treadmil bars, running with a light dumb bell in each hand, stretching slightly more (just dynamics as his mucle range seems retarded) and extra punch bag (does that even count?)

    Suggestions? What's a good food for fatty's? (XD, sorry, couldn't help it )
    Did you even read this thread at all? I go over these things already.
    Just eat clean, and make sure cals are just barely below his maintainence level.
    The weight will come off, just be patient.

    Weight bearing exercises - This is not the thread for it, but I would recommend for anyone to desires to maximise manipulation of weight and body structure large compound weigh bearing exercises. Lie squats, deadlifts, bench press, overhead press, rows, pullups, dips.

    Keep him stretching, that will help overall fitness.
    Running with a DB - I've done that, as well as wrist and ankle weights when running. I don't recommend it because it adds extra stress on the joints. Running is already impact cardio, it should be minimised and replaced (if you want to do cardio) by swimming, biking, rowing, sex as these are much easier on the joints.

    No need to take any supps really. Get the diet in order first.

    This advice not to be taken in place of registered dietician. :D
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    Thanks dude, I'll keep all that in mind....now to find a good way to cook mushrooms...
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    Sautee them in garlic and butter, stuff them with squid, scallops, garlic, tomato and basil.... Put them ina stir fry with Plum sauce, or a Ti an jing. Mushroom, tarragon creme sauce with chicken.
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    I saw Vlad's post, shook my head, navigated away and knew that it would not be long untli Akira posted several pages of recipes.
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    i didn't find any thing when i searched, so here it goes:

    which should i drink. Gatorade or water? my boxing coach preaches gatorade for hydration, and just general drinking. other places i have heard only use gatorade for hydration, and drink water for general health.

    currently i drink about 1.5 gallons of water a day.

    so what do you think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Mick_
    currently i drink about 1.5 gallons of water a day.

    so what do you think?
    I think that you piss alot.

    Quote Originally Posted by _Mick_
    Gatorade or water? my boxing coach preaches gatorade for hydration, and just general drinking. other places i have heard only use gatorade for hydration, and drink water for general health.
    I personally wouldn't use Gatorade for general drinking. The amount of sugar and sodium you would be ingesting per day wouldn't be good. 1.5 gallons of gatorade would come out to about 1200 calories, 300g+ sugar, and 2600mg of sodium.

    I can see why your boxing coach gave that advice though. When you are doing intensive training you need to keep your body fueled and Gatorade does fulfill that purpose. It's when you don't train intensively that gets you in trouble. Gatorade somehow falls under the category as "good" for you. Realistically though it's just sugar and salt. But seriously if you're sedentary or just do regular exercising, drinking it not specifically for when you are working out or after is almost as bad as soda due to the amount of sodium ingested.
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