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    New Guy

    Hello every one,

    I am 28 5'9" at 220lb i need some help. i want to go down to may 190 to 200lb and get ripped from there. Can any one tell me how i can do this workouts eating plans i cuban and i dont have a very healthy eating style lol. i would really appreciate your help i just want to take control on my fitness not feeling so good about my self lately.

    thanks guys,

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    Hey bud,
    Of course we are here to help. Just look through the diets around here and do the research. I was a prior personal trainer and was in the military so I can personally help you there. Just keep in mind, if you are looking to slim down bud, you have to eat at least 5 to 6 small meals a day. At least 1.0 grams to 1.5 grams of protein, and 1.0 to 1.5 grams of carbs (Good carbs). Just ask what you got and bounce it off of me.

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    Hi J,

    Thanks for the quick reply. I am currently doing about 30 min on a stationery bike at home in the morning and I some times eat 3 time a day some times just once. Where can I see a sample menu for eating 6 times a day. Thanks again,

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    I found something on the internet. But in the forums here, they have sample menus also. This is what I found when looking the internet itself. But if you go back into the main forum and scroll down onto diet, other people have what they have posted up.

    [url]http://www.myfitnesslifestyle.net/sample-meal-plan-a-high-protein-low-fat-day/[/url]

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    Thanks Rob for the info. This is what I was thinking of doing
    Wake up - 2 eggs 1 just the whites boiled
    30 min on bike
    Snack - apple
    Lunch - subway 6" ham sandwich
    Snack - protein bar
    Dinner - stake and rice some salad
    30 min on bike
    Snack - glass milk

    What do u guys think

    Thanks,

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    Depends on the type of milk. Like the whole milk has the most fat in it and so on with the others. Skim is probably your best bet. I definitely like the protein bar and the rice because the rice is a great complex carb. I would definitely look into the brown rice since it is healthier. Apples are a great complex carb also but it has natural sugars too that can assist you on the energy and all.

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    Cool. I really want to work on my obliques what do you think would be the best exercise that I can do after the bike. Hey I really appreciate your help.

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    There are numerous exercises that can assist with that. I definitely like the wood chipper exercise. It is hard to explain but it is like chopping wood with the cable in the high position. It is a twisting motion and works out the lower and the obliques.

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    Ok I'm going to look it up on YouTube but my problem is I will be doing this at home not at the gym

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    Ah. I understand then. Try side planks. The side planks will help slim down the side of the obliques and tighten them up.

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