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    What worked/works for me

    Before the summer holidays, I was a chunky 15 year old that weighed 185 ish pounds
    I joined martial arts.
    and I did 1 to 2 hours of bag work every day.
    now that school is on i don't do nearly do as much exercise, but I don't do the bag work cause its winter here up in saskatchewan and I have the bag hanging in my garage (Its fucking cold here in winter).
    Anyways I'm 160 pounds now and am starting to get in decent shape.
    All I did was 1 to 2 hours of bagwork a day and drank lots of water.
    I can't workout nearly as much now.
    Now that I can't do bagwork, for now.
    Wrestling is done for me until sometime in january, and during christmas holidays I don't have TKD really.
    Whats the fastest way, In my house to lose weight.
    I wanna see how many pounds I can lose in 2 weeks. (1,2?)

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    Cut off a leg, that should weigh at least 20 lbs
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    lol, no.

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    Seriously, you already know the answer.

    Do more work than you eat. So either eat less or train more.

    In two weeks you can probably strip 10-15 lbs if you really need to but it isn't the healthiest thing to do and it will be right back. The best approach is a long term change in habits.

    Why do you want to lose weight anyway?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightstrike
    Before the summer holidays, I was a chunky 15 year old that weighed 185 ish pounds
    I joined martial arts.
    and I did 1 to 2 hours of bag work every day.
    now that school is on i don't do nearly do as much exercise, but I don't do the bag work cause its winter here up in saskatchewan and I have the bag hanging in my garage (Its fucking cold here in winter).
    Anyways I'm 160 pounds now and am starting to get in decent shape.
    All I did was 1 to 2 hours of bagwork a day and drank lots of water.
    I can't workout nearly as much now.
    Now that I can't do bagwork, for now.
    Wrestling is done for me until sometime in january, and during christmas holidays I don't have TKD really.
    Whats the fastest way, In my house to lose weight.
    I wanna see how many pounds I can lose in 2 weeks. (1,2?)
    Inside your house? For about $80 USD you can probably pick up a small station like I have. It allows dips, pullups, knee raises, pushups etc. and it doesn't take up too much space. Pick up that bad boy and take a look at the cross fit website. Or, check out my journal which I got bored of and see some workouts that you can try and/or modify. I am constantly changing them and making them more difficult as I progress. If you do them with little to no rest back to back you work aerobic/anaerobic as well.
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    Gear is nice, but don't let gear become an excuse.

    You can do plenty with nothing, or nothing with plenty.

    www.trainforstrength.com
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    I'm almost in the same boat as you, 17, heavy bag is stuck outdoors and there is pretty much no room in my house to put it in, but I managed to move my Spar Pro into the house (moving the already filled with sand base, about 200 pounds, was not fun, considering I had to move it out of the garage, and down the basement, luckily my brother helped out).

    I need to find one of the pins and after that I plan on ordering the Bas Ruttan workout tapes. You can uhh..... uhhhhhhhhh...
    Errrm... join a gym and start swimming/jogging?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Idea
    Gear is nice, but don't let gear become an excuse.

    You can do plenty with nothing, or nothing with plenty.

    www.trainforstrength.com
    Ummm... yeah... Checked the website and surprise, it's talking about the exact same thing I am. Body weight exercises which require that you can do dips, pullups etc. In order to do those you need access to pullups and dips which you can buy for +/- $80 USD. Other than that, it's all done with nada.
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    Uhhm, yeah, but if you don't have the gadgetry there are always chairs and stairs and doors and a million other things you can do whatever you need to do with.

    The real red Elvis would know after life in a Soviet paradise.
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    I've lost about 20 pounds recently. I need to cut back on bread and chinese food...

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