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RE: A noob in the forum - ti_na_kano - 07-28-2016 04:53 AM

(07-27-2016 06:49 AM)AnitraSoto Wrote:  It's funny, when you I was reading that your gym would be closed for two weeks, my instant reaction was "good, take a two week break from lifting!", and then I read on and that is exactly the advice you have already gotten. Yes, your body needs those rest weeks to heal and recover, so don't feel bad about taking them. You will only come back stronger! Just use this as a time to get some fun other activities in...

As far as your intake, I would just play it by ear. If you are simply less hungry because you are not lifting, then it's fine to cut back a bit. if you are hungry, then just stay where you are.


Hahaha!!! Great! I am glad to hear that you agree with this suggestion!
Thanks for the advices Anitra!
So lucky to have you nearbyHeart


RE: A noob in the forum - ti_na_kano - 10-06-2016 11:34 AM

Hello everybody!!!
It's been two months now that I haven't any contact with you....In that period of time lot's of things happened in my life and I was too frustrated to concern about the gym or the diet.

However now everything seems to be better and finally I did a membership in a new gym (I live in a new city now...)
Anyway, I started again my old weight lifting program and I'll follow it until my body used to weights again.
My diet is the biggest problem for now....I try to maintain 2000 cals but i can hardly afford it. I lost my job and it's a nightmare to find a new one (Greece you see....). I am always looking for the best bids in the super-markets but still....the expenses are too many.
I'll try to do my best for now....For one more month I 'll keep on 2000 cals and then I will consider to lower my calories. I would like to increse them a little bit more but I will not afford it.


RE: A noob in the forum - AnitraSoto - 10-07-2016 06:42 AM

I hope things smooth out for you soon...


RE: A noob in the forum - ti_na_kano - 10-07-2016 07:05 AM

(10-07-2016 06:42 AM)AnitraSoto Wrote:  I hope things smooth out for you soon...
Thank you Anitra.... I hope so too...Sad


RE: A noob in the forum - ti_na_kano - 10-18-2016 03:17 PM

well....
some weeks have already passed....
I love that I go back to the gym!!! I feel much better now both physicaly and psychologicaly, although I have not found a job yet... Undecided
I was on 2000 cals those weeks but at the end of the day I was hungry like crazy....Maybe I am too active for those cals...I will make an up to 2100 cals from now on. Also I consider to up those cals at least to 2300 that is my calculated TDEE...What the hell ...few more cals won't make me poorer...
The bad news is that , through the time I was away from gym and the calculation of my calories, I gained some centimetres in my hips and that pissed me off.....I try really hard not to think about it....but it's unfair because I made the most of the trip of upping the cals without any gaining and the previous two months were an dissaster for my body and my psychology too...
Anyway....

My macros right now are: 175gr Protein, 175 gr Carbs, 70 gr Fats
I think that my protein intake is already high enough for my kilos (66kilos) and I am not sure how I should incorporate the new cals from now on....
My question is.... How would be more appropriate to up my cals? Should I up only the fats by 100 cals? Only the carbs? Or I should distribute the 100 cals to all the macros?


RE: A noob in the forum - AnitraSoto - 10-18-2016 08:33 PM

If you keep your macros at the same percentages they will be distributed correctly. 40% carbs, 30% protein and 30% fat. Just keep those the same.


RE: A noob in the forum - ti_na_kano - 10-19-2016 02:47 AM

(10-18-2016 08:33 PM)AnitraSoto Wrote:  If you keep your macros at the same percentages they will be distributed correctly. 40% carbs, 30% protein and 30% fat. Just keep those the same.

thumbs upthumbs up
So be it!!


RE: A noob in the forum - ti_na_kano - 10-31-2016 02:37 PM

Today I started a strength programm.
It has 2 days for upper body and 2 for lower body per week.
It lasts for 4 months and comprises 4 different phases.
The first one is "the foundation".
I desided to do something different from the classic bodybuilding split of 12 reps, so I will be able to add some strenght mainly in my upper body that is more week.
For these 4 months I'll do my calories maintenance too. I 'll keep the 2100 cals /day for this period of time and then , if everything goes according to plan, I'll begin my healthy journey to weight loss.


RE: A noob in the forum - Tereza Toledo - 11-01-2016 08:51 AM

That's a great plan to start your journey with a strenght building plan eating at tdee! A 4 day split is a good choice and will give you excellent results, stay consistent!


RE: A noob in the forum - ti_na_kano - 11-09-2016 04:00 AM

(11-01-2016 08:51 AM)Tereza Toledo Wrote:  That's a great plan to start your journey with a strenght building plan eating at tdee! A 4 day split is a good choice and will give you excellent results, stay consistent!

I hope so Tereza!!!happy It's a totally different way of exercise, compare to what I had done until now , and there are different exercises every month, so it will keep me distracted and away from boredom...