Working out question

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  1. DJKlitz

    DJKlitz New Member

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    ive been working out for awhile, nothing serious or really planned out. im not fat but i am getting kind of a beer gut. after my work outs ive been running 20-45 minutes every other day, and going to start running on the offdays.

    im assuming thats the best way to go? or is running AND pumping iron bad to do?
     
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    also, my main concern right now is to try to get rid of this gut, then maybe go into bulking or, i'm not sure exactly i just wanna get ripped lol

    right now im 5'11" and 175lb~, i think last time i checked i was 12% bf
     
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    Read the Stickies
     
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    if your diet isn't right you'll never lose your gut

    Cardio and Weight training in combination is optimum

    Lift hard it keeps your metabolisim running high for hours and hours after your workout.

    Eat right, Lots of protein, don't do any crazy no carb shit please lol. Watch your cals and % of protein (but don't cut carbs completely out cause you'll crash)

    for details read the stickies, there is A TON of great info there that folks provided for the rest of us, you can get your routine, your diet, everything from the stickies, they know more than we do so just do it their way lol
     
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    you are what you eat.
     
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