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Old 4th June 2007, 23:45   #316
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Guys how do you consume eggs? Is it in the boiled form?
if your eating whole eggs, dont go over 1-2 a day. raw or boiled does not make much of a difference. it would be safer boiled
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I also do martial arts, but I don't do it for fitness, one already has to be very fit to do it.
i disagree. fitness can be acquired to get into martial arts, it needs dedication though.
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Would fried egg have the same effect as boiled?
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Old 5th June 2007, 00:00   #319
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12 eggs a day. Mostly white and around 4-5 yolks. Combination of fried and boiled. A madness diet, all of which I've lost. Everything! I barely eat around 5 these days. Miss my old diet, exercise regime because of this injury.

Coping up with it. Will try my best to come back on track.
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i disagree. fitness can be acquired to get into martial arts, it needs dedication though.
I don't think we are talking about the same thing.
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raw or boiled does not make much of a difference. it would be safer boiled
Actually it does make a difference.

Raw - fast absorption
Cooked - Delayed absorption.

^Might not seem like a big deal to us normal folks. But its a HUGE thing if your into serious BB.

Your right on the eggs being safer when cooked though

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Would fried egg have the same effect as boiled?
YES - for the most part. Hope you dont mean deep fried

If your getting bored of boiled eggs. Make an egg white omlette, minimum oil.
Say 5 egg whites, 1/2 Whole eggs, green chillies and whatever else you need.

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12 eggs a day. Mostly white and around 4-5 yolks. Combination of fried and boiled. A madness diet, all of which I've lost.
Coping up with it. Will try my best to come back on track.
I know what you mean... have a friend preparing for a competition which is a distant 2 year dream for him. 20+ egg whites, 1kg dead animal are daily staples.

All the best in getting back to your original form Gordon!
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Boiled eggs? Boiled vegetables? Raw Cabbage?
I believe you get only one human life, and that too after 80,00,000 other species according to the law of Karma, and if you spend that eating all this, its better to be born as a cow. All you need to do is get milked.

I understand the need to control your fat intake, but seriously overdoing it will reduce your calorie intake by a mere 400-500 calories. I would prefer to run couple of kms than eat raw food, or boiled eggs
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leg raises, side leg raises, one dumbell Bents, Stick twist and turns. cardio, a little diet control. and YO those hard core obligue or love handles.
i did most of these dint go for 6 months how mmuch time do they get rid offff
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Jesal: U did most of it but still, not got Rid...Ahem Ahem, did ya cut down on carbs and fat products, do u JOG?, Run? Cycle? Crosstrainer??. Do these cardiovascular exercises to burn the fat off then exercise your love handles to make them stiff and in good shape.

BUSA: Currently eating 12 eggs, in two intervals, first 6 at breakfast, next 6 after the workout, no york, sometimes one or two york.... Earlier use to eat 6 boil eggs in the morning, then 6 raw eggs in the evening without the york. Raw eggs were taken with milkshake.
INgredients: 6 raw eggs without york + 2 Bananas + 300ml to 400ml of milk. At times put in chocolate instead of bananas for some other fruit like apple. LOLS
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and how much water do you guys drink? and how important is drinking water??
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12 eggs a day. Mostly white and around 4-5 yolks. Combination of fried and boiled
Erm, you do know what this will do to you in the long run, right?
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and how much water do you guys drink? and how important is drinking water??
2lts should be minimum. since i take whey protein and some say its a bit hard on the kidneys, i drink about 4lts per day.
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@ AADIX ... Try and eat around 6 small meals a day. Ensure that you get some protein in every meal. As for whey, if you can afford the more expensive ones, go for a supplement that has only whey isolate and not why protein concentrate. Also look for the brands that do not have aspartame or acesulfame K as sweeteners.
Go easy on the soya as it increases estrogen and that's why it is mainly recommended for women. Don't even think of creatine right now as it will make you look even more bloated.
for a really effective exercise routine to she the fat really fast try this:
Day 1: whole body circuit; 2 sets per body part in the 12-15 rep range. 20 mins cardio
Day 2 : Cardio 45-60 mins
Day 3 and 5: repeat Day 1
Day 4 and 6: Repeat Day 2
Day 7: Rest

Avoid all simple carbs...white bread, potatoes, white rice... makes a huge difference.
I'm a certified fitness trainer as well as a performance nutrition specialist. What you guys do with rides, i do with bodies...super mod 'em :P
Grow in Peace, or in your case, shrink :P
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Vikram your most welcome.... to team-bhp....., hope to learn from you too. Enjoy.

Just a question? where did ya get your certification from ? and where do u train?
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Erm, you do know what this will do to you in the long run, right?
Its okay, if you're having a very heavy and intense workout. All will be used up in recovery. Used to have lots of water too.
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