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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-02-2008, 12:18 PM Thread Starter
 
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DHEA - Should I or Should I not.

I have been working out for a while now and have been getting stronger but I have not lost much weight because I haven't changed my eating habits and don't do much cardio. I read about DHEA and was wondering if anyone here has used it or had opinions about it.
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-02-2008, 01:10 PM
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How old are you first off?
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exactly. why not just clean up your diet, it's not that hard.

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how about change your eating habits and do cardio? Just a thought...
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I'm 31 and lazy, however I do enjoy going to the gym to lift wieghts.
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Take some of those cardio classes or treadmill. You will be suprise what will happen when you take a class and change you eating habits.

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I'm 31 and lazy, however I do enjoy going to the gym to lift wieghts.
Seriously... I've barely touched cardio the past 4 weeks, I've shed 2% of my body fat and haven't lost any strength... I actually put up some new PRs the past couple weeks.

Clean up your diet, eat 6-7 times a day, and hammer the weights. I've found my calorie number where I can still feed my muscles after tough workouts and my body is beginning to let up on my fat storage.

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cleaning up your diet is the single easiest way to lose/stop gaining weight. why not do it? it doesn't require that much dedication, just a conscious effort to not snack on crap all of the time and pick the right foods.

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