Asked by Anonymous
Yeah for sure !
This is a healthy fitness, weight-loss, and nutrition blog. I currently am losing fat and gaining toned muscle and am doing it HEALTHY. Here to movitate and educate My STARTING and highest weight stats: Height- 5'10 Weight- 184lbs Bust- 38 D Waist- 34 inches Hips 42Inches...was kinda loose and fatty, eating heavy and a lot of fast food and barely any physical activity plus acne. CURRENT stats: Height: 5'10.5 Weight- 152.5lbs (down 31.5 lbs) Bust- 32/34 DD Waist- 26 inches pant size- 4-6...very toned with little body fat, eating healthy and counting calories along with at least 5 days of working out at the gym. AND ALL my acne is gone completely, clear face. MY GOAL stats: Weight- 135 lbs Waist- 25 inches pant size- goal reached Bust: 32 DD..reached as well Basically I just want to lose the majority of my fat and appear a little more thin than i already do but still maintain a toned healthy appearance. My ask box is open for any questions!
Yeah for sure !
My body thinned out big time ya like I lost over 30 pounds! I’m tall but honestly not big at all I wear a size 4/5 in pants and small and sometimes extra small tops.. So like I didn’t necessarily just get skinnier I lost a lot of my body and muscle mass because I used to play competitive basketball and stopped after my dad passed away and gained a bunch of fat on top of my super bulky muscles…I got super strict with myself and honestly changed my whole body completely. I don’t have many old pictures that showed truly how like much bigger I was than I am now… Sorry for the rant but I felt it needed to be said! I am an extremist when it comes to my workout and diet let’s just say that. Some people don’t agree with me that’s fine.. But what works for me works and I meet certain goals in certain time frames. So I get not to give like .. Direct advice to these kinda of questions but basically yeah you build muscle but muscle naturally burns more calories just being there rather than fat , muscle takes more energy to upkeep. So building muscle doesn’t mean gaining weight in the sense of getting more fat but you’re actually getting more lean but the connotation of “gain weight” sounds negative. Anyways , you will get thinner while building muscle by making sure you’re drinking lots of water, lots of cardio, lots of light weight training, eating lots of protein and lean fresh foods (fresh veggies and fruit, nuts, salmon, talapia,hummus,spinach, bokchoy , salads, light on carbs… Stay away from high fat / sugar / sodium. There , there’s a long long reply wow.
You will be fine just be very mindful of your diet :) I just recently skipped over a week and a half of the gym and actually ate pretty shitty. But that won’t make me fat!! I just am back at the gym now toning up and cutting out all the nasty food I’ve been indulging on lately lol! But try Pilates as well, it’s like a more intense yoga I would say but you can still do it at home on the floor or in a small space just look it up on YouTube ! My favourite are POP Pilates
No it won’t !! I eat later even like really late at night sometimes. The point is if you’re working out late then your body continues to heavily burn calories even a few hours after you’re done working out PLUS you burn most calories while you sleep and your body is repairing itself. So it won’t negatively affect your body at all :)
Try only eating healthy food everyday. Say NO to dessert say NO to heavy carbs like pasta and bagels and white bread (you can eat whole wheat.. But only at breakfast seems to work best for me) say NO to donuts cookies ice cream and all those “delicious” fast foods because all it does is make you bloated faster make you sluggish and makes your journey that much longer. Eat fruit, vegetables, hummus, quinoa, tabouli, nuts, prunes, peanut butter, salmon, turkey, tuna, lean chicken (never ever fried or with tons of sauce or spices) eat salad with light dressing or even Apple cider vinegar and a little bit of grape seed oil, eat egg whites, eat popcorn with little to no butter, literally just check every nutrition fact before eating!! If you stick with the healthy eating and exercise for even 2 weeks you alone will see results even if others don’t, I promise you will. Just wake up every morning after you’ve completed the previous day and feel like you’re that much closer :! Hope this helps !
I’ve been eating a lot of breads and things with high carbs … IT GOES STRAIGHT TO MY THIGHS and inner waist slightly .. It was almost like an experiment to see where heavy carbs “go”on me.. And well mines my thighs so goodbye breads / muffins / donuts / rice / cakes / any kind of sliced bread or wheat products / pasta / literally anything that is high in carbs for the next 21 days to see what a low carb diet does for my body!