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MAWigg

Gym Advice Needed

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Hi All,

I need some advice on loosing weight and gym work.

I am an 5ft 8 male, 15.9 stone, quite chubby physique.

I want to loose wait quit quickly. I have tested myself on my calorie intake and can eat easily and comfortably eat a maximum of 1700 calories a day.

I have signed myself up to the local gym, so what I want to know is, in each gym session what would I ideally need to be burning off to lose weight at a decent pace, calorie wise? 

Would it be in my interest to lower my calorie intake even more?

Thanks in advanced for all suggestions.

 

MAWigg

 

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Great you've joined a gym MAWigg

Just adding the activity you do there will give you the desired results

Train 4/5 times a week, your membership includes advice from the staff in cardio and strength training

Enjoy!

 

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On 28/11/2016 at 7:24 PM, Legitt said:

Great you've joined a gym MAWigg

Just adding the activity you do there will give you the desired results

Train 4/5 times a week, your membership includes advice from the staff in cardio and strength training

Enjoy!

 

Thanks for the advice, I'm currently attending gym, 3 times a week during the week. Weekends I can't attend as I have my daughter. So having 3 bowls of cereal doing any harm or making it harder in the long run?

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