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Kidney Health/first Cycle/hrt

Discussion in 'Injuries, Health & Personal Care' started by Godofwarrr, Jun 3, 2018.

  1. RickJsy

    RickJsy Crippled fat guy Top Contributor

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    Hmm. I was sure he said he got nowhere using that approach and thus the discussion of self-medication with the big T.

    Good point about over-complication, but setting small goals and logging getting there shouldn’t be any harder than writing a shopping list.

    Inb4 hires Joe Jeffers ends up on dnp and 5g of tren.
     


  2. Godofwarrr

    Godofwarrr Full Member

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    Lol dnp and 5g of tren. Eat clen and tren hard. Amirite?
     
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  3. doink

    doink PhD in Bro Science

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    He fucked his calories up though didn’t he so logging it and shooting for an arbitrary target like on MFP is probably worse. MyFitnessPal pal says my maintenance is 3900kcal or something daft. If I ate that daily I’d be fat as fuck!

    My guess is he’s unaware of the basics.

    For the record OP :

    1g of carb = 4 calories.
    1g of protein = 4 calories.
    1g of fat = 9 calories.

    So 20g fat = 180 calories, for example.
    30g of protein = 120 calories.
    50g of carbs = 200 calories.

    But if you’re honest with yourself and eat mostly clean food you’ll find it pretty hard to overeat and gain weight anyway so I wouldn’t sweat the finer details at this point. Assuming junk is kept to a minimum.
     
  4. Godofwarrr

    Godofwarrr Full Member

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    I do wonder if my lack of activity over the years, along with my medication has made my situation worse. My lack of activity has mostly been due to aches and pains, or not being well enough to get around.

    Anyway, I have noticed if I read to much I get confused and overwhelmed and end up thinking to much.

    I won’t ever be taken 5g of tren a week though.
     
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  5. doink

    doink PhD in Bro Science

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    Lack of activity is exactly what caused it mate.

    But you can change that by being more active now.

    Just keep plodding on, you’ll get there but it’s gonna be a long road.
     
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  6. RickJsy

    RickJsy Crippled fat guy Top Contributor

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    We had one ‘coach’ on the board who ran these kind of things and somehow looked like he barely trains.
     
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  7. Godofwarrr

    Godofwarrr Full Member

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    How is that even possible lol
     
  8. Godofwarrr

    Godofwarrr Full Member

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    That’s the plan!
     
  9. noel

    noel Top Contributor

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    also I wasn't saying make it complicated - to eat the same sized bit of meat or fish with the same sized portion of a carb with each meal is pretty basic

    I know we all say don't make it complicated but the reason most people are out of shape is poor diet and lack of activity

    we don't teach people how or what to eat really, we all use it as a reward.

    most people are far less active too than previous generations so I think taking a little responsibility for what you shove in your mouth and some super basic maths isn't beyond most people

    don't have to be a BB or athlete IMO.

    however if you want change you have to make those changes happen and being 'accountable' is part of that.
    youd make a list of you cash in vs cash out right. Bills, mortgage, food, car running costs etc vs your income. I don't see why people make such a big deal out of doing that for food either. Not saying you have to weigh everything to the g 24/7 but some kind of consistency required and youll get there way faster if you are on top of it

    do agree though ...get off your ass and get active. Will have a big impact alone (as long as you don't over eat to compensate) walk, bike, gym, do some classes or physical activities - fuck the TV off and get out and about
     
  10. Fatbrah

    Fatbrah TMuscle Fatministrator Top Contributor

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    Can confirm never made a cash in cash out list
     
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  11. noel

    noel Top Contributor

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    no need to at The Fatbrah Estate right. Butler takes care of that, never use cash.
     
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  12. Fatbrah

    Fatbrah TMuscle Fatministrator Top Contributor

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    cash is king brah
     
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  13. Godofwarrr

    Godofwarrr Full Member

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    Just found an app called eat this much. Seems pretty easy to use.
    Has anyone else used this?
     

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