/tv/ , /r9k/ fag here
Any pear-shaped ex-fat /fit/ guys here?
Really wanna get rid of all the fat and excess weight around my hips - I naturally have somewhat wide hips but obesity made it worse.
Can you share any tips and maybe before-after pics?
Should add that I`m 196 cm tall and I weight about 110 kg`s.
I also have quite wide shoulders so my figure literally looks like
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A lot of fat and weight on hips - would really love to work close to V type.
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Then get myfitnesspal and get on a diet.
If you're serious and start losing weight, adjust your stats on the app to not stall. It's really easy you just have to stop being a faggot. Also cut out soda and junk food.
>Also cut out soda and junk food.
I`ve to confess that I`ve been hitting those two hard... like 2L Soda a day with 150g of potato chips.
Should I go cold-turkey on those and just drink pure water?
Maybe some sugarless tea, coffee, etc. If you want sparkly shit, buy mineral water. At first you will want sugar, but after a few weeks you will start to resent crappy foods. Don't go on meme diets, just calorie counting. Weigh yourself and adjust your stats on MFP weekly.
Paleo, magazine diets, shit you see on Dr. Oz, you get the idea. The only ones worth looking into are low carb and keto, but even then you still have to count your calories so even if you might lose weight faster, you will be craving for carbs and feeling like shit in general. Also know that high fat foods aren't your enemy. It's the sugary, very high calorie ones that are. Also eat a lot more veggies. They will fill you up and make you feel full without being ridiculously high in calories.
A friend of mine has been fat his whole life. Also smoked like two packs a day and played WoW 24/7. A couple of weeks after his 30th birthday his doc said to him:
>Anon, if you go on like this, you won't make it to 40
He startet counting calories the next day, went on a strict 1.500 cal/day diet (with one cheat day per week) and bought a bike. On the first day, he couldn't make half a mile. Within a week, he cycled 5 miles per day. This went on till he cycled about 15 miles every day. He also got a gym membership for rainy days / winter.
After one year, he lost about 200lbs and slowly went back to his normal TDEE, still eating healthy, cycling and going to the gym. His health insurance paid for the surgery to get rid of the skin. He found a job and a gf during this time.
So yeah, you should buy a bike.