Your first visit?
Register

Results 1 to 7 of 7
  1. #1
    Mecca V.I.P. bodybuilding reputation bodybuilding reputation bodybuilding reputation Alexandoy's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2016
    Height
     
    Weight
     
    Biceps
     
    Chest
     
    Waist
     
    Posts
    2,367

    Food vis-a-vis workout for maintaining weight

    I was successful in cutting down my weight from 150 to 145 pounds. Now my next goal is to taper my weight to 140 pounds. But i have noticed that if I eat a lot, it didn't matter. What gives me more weight is when I eat more frequent. Now I have experimented in eating 5 times in a day with lots of physical activity. But the physical activity seemed to have no effect for I gained weight. If I eat 4 times in a day my weight stagnates and if I eat 3 times in a day my weight decreases.

    Any opinion?

    Similar Bodybuilding Threads:




    •   bodybuilding Post Icon
      MuscleMecca Sponsors

      MuscleMecca Bodybuilding advertising
      MuscleMecca.com
      Your Bodybuilding,
      Diet, Nutrition and Fitness,
      Steroids, Testosterone and Bodybuilding Chemical, Competition
      Muscle Building Community

        

      Support MuscleMecca Bodybuilding Forums and Visit Our Muscle Sponsors



  2. #2
    Mecca V.I.P. bodybuilding reputation Heatman's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2018
    Height
     
    Weight
     
    Biceps
     
    Chest
     
    Waist
     
    Posts
    623

    Re: Food vis-a-vis workout for maintaining weight

    The more you eat without getting into serious workouts in order to burn calories off your body, the higher the chances of gain weight beyond your imagination.

    So, if you can try as much as possible to eat less and workout more, you can be rest assured that you will lose weight more often and even below your target of 140 pounds weight.




  3. #3
    Junior Member bodybuilding reputation
    Join Date
    Jan 2019
    Height
     
    Weight
     
    Biceps
     
    Chest
     
    Waist
     
    Posts
    8

    Re: Food vis-a-vis workout for maintaining weight

    There are some good TDEE calculators online which give you a rough idea of calories.




  4. #4
    Mecca V.I.P. bodybuilding reputation Heatman's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2018
    Height
     
    Weight
     
    Biceps
     
    Chest
     
    Waist
     
    Posts
    623

    Re: Food vis-a-vis workout for maintaining weight

    Quote Originally Posted by DeathDefier View Post
    There are some good TDEE calculators online which give you a rough idea of calories.
    Exactly. If you are fortunate to get a very good one, it's definitely going to be very helpful in keeping track of the calories.




  5. #5
    Mecca V.I.P. bodybuilding reputation Folk Artist's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2018
    Height
     
    Weight
     
    Biceps
     
    Chest
     
    Waist
     
    Posts
    507

    Re: Food vis-a-vis workout for maintaining weight

    I like the intermittent fasting technnique - this burns fat and makes you healthier as well. This is when you skip breakfast and get all the calories you need between lunch and dinner. This creates longer fasting periods and shorter feeding periods.




  6. #6
    Junior Member bodybuilding reputation
    Join Date
    Dec 2018
    Height
     
    Weight
     
    Biceps
     
    Chest
     
    Waist
     
    Posts
    14

    Re: Food vis-a-vis workout for maintaining weight

    Well, I think that having a great diet is very essential to maintain a healthy weight. One has to be very mindful of the food intake throughout the day and its always good to break up to eat healthy food frequently throughout the day. A proper amount of exercise and physical activity is also essential to prevent the body to gain excess fat and weight. However, when your goal is to reduce your weight then it is very necessary to check the timings of your meals and also drink a lot of water along with the other restrictions on the diet.




  7. #7
    Mecca V.I.P. bodybuilding reputation Heatman's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2018
    Height
     
    Weight
     
    Biceps
     
    Chest
     
    Waist
     
    Posts
    623

    Re: Food vis-a-vis workout for maintaining weight

    There is no doubt about how good working out is and when I say working out, it should be working out on a regular and consistent basis because when you hit the gym for workouts in off and on pattern, it's most likely not going to be very fruitful in getting your desired workout results.

    Now, on the other hand as much as workouts are very important in helping you to keep fit always and maintain your good health, it's very important to keep your feeding habits in checks as well because when you workout and eat wrongly, it's completely useless to the workout.






    • MuscleMecca Sponsors

      MuscleMecca Bodybuilding advertising
      MuscleMecca.com
      Your Muscle Building,
      Power Lifting, Weight Training
      Steroids, Testosterone and Bodybuilding Chemical,
      Bodybuilding Forum

        

        
         We stand behind our bodybuilding products and assure QUALITY






 

 

collapse Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  
By agreeing to the above you are also agreeing to our Terms of Use and our Privacy Statement.