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  1. highlighter is offline

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    1/24/2009 10:05am

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    Concerns on moving down a weight class

    Hey guys, I'm new here and I would like to ask about moving down a weight class. I do Sanshou and my weight is 70kg. So in competitions I would be fighting at the 65kg to 70kg category. However being just 5 feet 6 , I'm smaller than most of the guys in my weight class. Most of them are taller than me and I feel i have to move down to 60-65kg. Any suggestions on how I can lose this weight (I'm quite pudgy) w/o reducing much of my muscle mass and power?
    Thanks!
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    Posted On:
    1/24/2009 11:19pm

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    Do you do any exercise/diet right now? If you are "quite pudgy" you should be dieting, I really don't know what else you would want to hear.

    Do you lift? Do you keep a log? What are your lifts? Your diet? Your lifting scheme/strategy?
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    1/25/2009 5:05am

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    Currently, I'm not on any diet yet. I have no intention for diets like Low carb ones. And currently i'm lifting for strength so I decided to stop and lose tht 5 kg of fats first. What I meant by pudgy is that I have fats at my mid section to lose. So what do you think I should do? Continue lifting or stop or some other combination?
    Thanks =)
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    Umm, just determine your caloric requirements based on weight and activity level. Eat fewer calories than that. You will magically lose weight.
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    Posted On:
    1/25/2009 11:21am

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    Keep lifting, you said you want to keep your strength, losing fat and lifting are not mutually exclusive by far, and you didn't answer any of the questions posted.
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    A) What does your coach/teacher think?

    B) How long do you have to do this?
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    1/25/2009 2:54pm

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    hey, keep lifting but start doing loads of cardio

    if your dieting then drink loads of water and get lots of sleep.

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