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    Quote Originally Posted by Crabapple View Post
    Maverick, you Rock!
    Thank you for lending me your Te.
    I was way too close to the problem to see it clearly.



    Well, I think that's generally good advice, Niffer....But eat less??? I know I need to do that, it's just the how. If I could simply do that, it would solve so many problems. I have a slow metabolism, an abnormally low caloric need, and the appetite of a viking...or a bear. Yeah, a bear emerging from its winter hibernation. It wasn't a problem when I was younger and more active.

    I do appreciate the tip about iodine. Anything that quickens my metabolism will be a help. Ummm...what does seaweed taste like? I think I can get some in Chinatown.
    I know this is Maverik's answer thread, but I couldn't pass it up. Eating less is a myth (generally). What matters is caloric intake per day. The idea is to break up your meals into at least 5-6 per day (or 1-2 more). This keeps your metabolism going all day long (making it faster). Obviously, the meals will be slightly smaller than what you are used to since there are 6 of them. As far as what you should eat...I would probably recommend low fat, moderate carb, high protein. The protein keeps your muscles from deteriorating while you lose weight. Even if you are a girl (which I didn't bother to check), muscle is still important and I promise you won't come out of a diet/cut looking like Ronnie Coleman. Don't drink anything but water, and vegetables are always good.

    Also, while dieting is of paramount importance, cardio helps a ton. 30 minutes or so, at least 3 times per week is good. Moderate intensity.

    Best of luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crabapple View Post
    Maverick, you Rock!
    Thank you for lending me your Te.
    I was way too close to the problem to see it clearly.



    Well, I think that's generally good advice, Niffer....But eat less??? I know I need to do that, it's just the how. If I could simply do that, it would solve so many problems. I have a slow metabolism, an abnormally low caloric need, and the appetite of a viking...or a bear. Yeah, a bear emerging from its winter hibernation. It wasn't a problem when I was younger and more active.

    I do appreciate the tip about iodine. Anything that quickens my metabolism will be a help. Ummm...what does seaweed taste like? I think I can get some in Chinatown.
    xD try and get korean seaweed - it tastes exactly like potato chips. and avoid the wasabi seaweed. it almost killed my non-asian dad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cut the grass View Post
    when you finish high school, the opportunity to congregate in such great numbers drops off like like a school bus.

    plus--- that shit's fun. i used to haul ass in my varsity track days
    Thanks ctg! I ended up placing sixth (out of eight runners). I would be depressed, but since they're taken from all the high schools in the city, after all those eliminations, that's still pretty darn good I guess ...and wtf the ribbon was pink xD.

    Also, my event was conveniently placed over a class in which I didn't finish my homework. hehehe..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crabapple View Post
    Maverick, you Rock!
    Thank you for lending me your Te.
    Thank you. You're welcome .

    Quote Originally Posted by niffer View Post
    What should I think about as motivation tomorrow for my track meet? (One event only- 400m bantam girls).
    Quote Originally Posted by niffer View Post
    Thanks ctg! I ended up placing sixth (out of eight runners). I would be depressed, but since they're taken from all the high schools in the city, after all those eliminations, that's still pretty darn good I guess ...and wtf the ribbon was pink xD.

    Oops, too late for that!

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