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how do i cut weight for wrestling without losing muscle?
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Old 13 Aug 2010, 08:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default how do i cut weight for wrestling without losing muscle?

i need to lose roughly 10lbs to meet my weightclass for wrestling but i dont want to lose any muscle since i've been working hard to build up.if you've got any tips id appreciate it.
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Old 13 Aug 2010, 08:10 AM   #2 (permalink)
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You have to exercise as much as you can.































Also when you exercise you lose fat,not muscle. You gain more muscle.
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Do you even have any muscles?
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Old 13 Aug 2010, 08:19 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Just walk like a mile every day you will lose fat slowly but its important you don't push yourself as you could damage muscle
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Exercise u dont lose weight u lose fat















tip fat is not a muscle
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Wax All that hair,you fucking ape
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Old 13 Aug 2010, 08:32 AM   #7 (permalink)
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which weight class?? well how ripped are you now? whats your body fat percentage and your age???































ten lbs is a lot.















you are bulking, so its time to start cutting and get shredded.















more reps and sets. more cardio and strict diet.















stay hydrated.
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1. Cycle fat burning days with recovery days.































The secret to losing fat without losing muscle starts with not being too aggressive or extreme with your reduction of carbohydrates. You need carbohydrate management, not carbohydrate elimination. In essence you have two fat burning days, then a recovery day. By doing this you'll have the best of both worlds. You will experience fat loss that averages between 1-2 pounds weekly, while muscles are being well fed. You never drastically deplete the glycogen stores in the muscle so athletic performance is not affected like on a low carb diet.































2. Exercise on days where you are receiving more carbohydrates.































Exercising on days where muscle are getting more carbohydrates for fuel and taking days off from exercise when you are being aggressive about fat loss. One of the most difficult thoughts for exercisers to accept is that most of the results from exercise come when we are not exercising. They come after we exercise and in direct response to how the muscles receive nutrition after exercise.































3. Exercise - 2 hours after eating when blood sugar levels and insulin levels are slowly declining.































As insulin levels increase in response to a rise in blood sugar after a meal, the cells are in an anabolic state (receiving nutrients). Insulin is the hormone that feeds are cells. As blood sugar levels drop, insulin levels drop and the pancreas produces the hormone glucagon and nutrients stored in the fat cells are released to the blood and used for energy. The management of this blood sugar rise and drop is important. If blood sugar levels go to high insulin feeds the muscle cells and deposits excess into fat cells. If insulin levels go too low, the muscle cells are being under fed. A slow rise in blood sugar provides good nutrition to the muscles and a slow drop allows glucagon to take from the fat cells. Timing your exercise to this blood sugar decline allows the muscles to receive from the fat cells more effectively. It is important to never exercise without having at least one meal left in your day so that muscles can recuperate from exercise.
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Walking is good. Zumba and swimming are also good weight loss aids. Cutting your hair, as my hair stylist says, is the quickest way to lose weight and it'll buy you some time. Tip, do not eat cheese and fiber helps you lose weight. Eggs are delicious and slimming. They build up muscles because they are protein. Cut the starch.
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