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  • Puffer
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    Exercise and carb reduced diet will definitely help provide more definition which always looks better. A winning combo under any circumstance.

    It was Linda Hamilton, in her reprise role as Sarah Connor in Terminator 2, that started the popular acceptance of "women with muscles" and next thing you know the gyms were full of women lifting more than 5 pound dumbbells and showing off arms with bicep and triceps muscles actually visible.

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  • KeonClark
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    Puffer wrote: View Post
    Sounds like a genetic predisposition to carry extra fat on the legs or she just has extra large muscles there. If her arms aren't big around, but her legs are, it is likely just her natural shape.
    Facts. Get rid of chunky legs now before it's harder than it has to be. God speed yuri gargari

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  • Puffer
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    Yuri Gagarin wrote: View Post
    Question if anyone here is into working out/ nutrition and has time to answer. This girl im seein is normal above waist but she has big legs. Weve both agreed to workin out and diet. Now if she for example does lots of stationary bike will that just create massive muscular legs �� or as long as diet is low fat/carbs should be fine killin the stationary bike? Thanks!
    Sounds like a genetic predisposition to carry extra fat on the legs or she just has extra large muscles there. If her arms aren't big around, but her legs are, it is likely just her natural shape.

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  • Yuri Gagarin
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    Oh i forgot theres off topic category

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  • GOLDBLUM
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    Last edited by GOLDBLUM; Sat Jan 12, 2019, 07:57 PM.

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  • Rudy Bargnani
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    GOLDBLUM wrote: View Post
    Is this the right thread for this?

    Wait... is there a right thread for this?
    I’m expecting a gif from you. C’mon son

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  • KeonClark
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    GOLDBLUM wrote: View Post
    Is this the right thread for this?

    Wait... is there a right thread for this?
    Its about his girlfriend having a chunky lower body.


    It belongs in "everything Kyle Lowry".

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  • Joey
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    Definitely wrong thread for that discussion. Lol I believe there is a "Health Thread" or something like that in the Off Topic Forum.

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  • 3inthekeon
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    Maury wrote: View Post
    If you have too much of a deficit you won’t lose fat for a while. Your body will go into survival mode and store fat because it thinks it has lost its source of food. There are lots of factors that can affect the CICO idea but the basic premise is true. If you don’t eat enough protein then you’ll burn muscle not fat. If you eliminate carbs supposedly you can put your body in ketosis and it burns fat as energy instead of carbs but that isn’t particularly healthy IMO, and probably not sustainable either.
    Yeah, the sustainability is the hard part. Too many delicious carbs around.

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  • Maury
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    3inthekeon wrote: View Post
    Wasn't there a recent study that showed CICO isn't entirely accurate? Was put on a keto-type diet a while back. Lost weight, even though I cheated by eating a lot more than I should have, but only meat/veggies/fats.

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  • 3inthekeon
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    octothorp wrote: View Post
    Should be fine. Those cyclists you see with massive tree trunk legs don't get that just cycling, they do lots of leg-intensive weight training. Just think calories in, calories out (CICO, in fitness talk). Fewer calories in through diet choices, more calories out through exercise. Pick the calorie burning exercise that makes the most sense for your lifestyle... it's not like you need to exercise the legs specifically to burn leg fat. if you don't have much time, skip cycling and do something really intensive to burn more faster. If just getting on the bike for a while watching TV or listening to audio makes sense for you, do that.
    Wasn't there a recent study that showed CICO isn't entirely accurate? Was put on a keto-type diet a while back. Lost weight, even though I cheated by eating a lot more than I should have, but only meat/veggies/fats.

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  • Yuri Gagarin
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    Ok thanks a lot guys!

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  • G__Deane
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    Yuri Gagarin wrote: View Post
    Question if anyone here is into working out/ nutrition and has time to answer. This girl im seein is normal above waist but she has big legs. Weve both agreed to workin out and diet. Now if she for example does lots of stationary bike will that just create massive muscular legs �� or as long as diet is low fat/carbs should be fine killin the stationary bike? Thanks!
    Sounds like a health question best left to her doctor. Seriously, it could be any number of benign or serious issues.

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    You can't get "massive muscular" legs from a stationary bike unless the resistance was off the charts.

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  • GOLDBLUM
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    Yuri Gagarin wrote: View Post
    Question if anyone here is into working out/ nutrition and has time to answer. This girl im seein is normal above waist but she has big legs. Weve both agreed to workin out and diet. Now if she for example does lots of stationary bike will that just create massive muscular legs �� or as long as diet is low fat/carbs should be fine killin the stationary bike? Thanks!
    Is this the right thread for this?

    Wait... is there a right thread for this?

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  • octothorp
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    Yuri Gagarin wrote: View Post
    Question if anyone here is into working out/ nutrition and has time to answer. This girl im seein is normal above waist but she has big legs. Weve both agreed to workin out and diet. Now if she for example does lots of stationary bike will that just create massive muscular legs 😳 or as long as diet is low fat/carbs should be fine killin the stationary bike? Thanks!
    Should be fine. Those cyclists you see with massive tree trunk legs don't get that just cycling, they do lots of leg-intensive weight training. Just think calories in, calories out (CICO, in fitness talk). Fewer calories in through diet choices, more calories out through exercise. Pick the calorie burning exercise that makes the most sense for your lifestyle... it's not like you need to exercise the legs specifically to burn leg fat. if you don't have much time, skip cycling and do something really intensive to burn more faster. If just getting on the bike for a while watching TV or listening to audio makes sense for you, do that.

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