Losing weight while powerlifting

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Avatar m tn i am a high school student and i have been in numerous sports football basketball wrestling track powerlifting and i have seen results since freshman year but i am now a junior and i am still big and i literrally eat like a veggitarian and i still see my face is chubby my stomach chest, etc what can i do? any dieting tips ? excersice tips i can do on my own?
Avatar f tn Yes, it sounds like GERD, specifically LPRD. However, this is nothing to freak out about. If you've had this less than 5 years you don't likely have Barrett's Esophagus. (This is in response to my previous answer to a question you had in another thread.) Here are some tips: 1) Losing weight is of UTMOST IMPORTANCE in this. (Take it from me: I went from 324lbs to 240lbs and it's made a WORLD of difference.) 2) Follow a GERD diet and lifestyle changes.
Avatar f tn After doing a serious shoulder day workout, my right shoulder feels like a headache except in my shoulder. Then when I try to get out of bed stabilizing my weight on that hand, it feels terrible. Almost like pulling a muscle, but I can feel the pain from my shoulder down to my palm. Please help. I'm 16 btw(bodybuilding and powerlifting).
Avatar f tn u really shouldn't try to lose weight while pregnant. but if u get bad morning sickness u may not have a choice. try to keep ur weight the same or if it bugs u talk to ur doc. good luck dear!
Avatar f tn My average healthy weight is 60kg and I'm 161cm tall, now I'm 75kg which is overweight. I just finished the 3rd month yesterday. Is there a way to lose weight without hurting the baby? Cuz it's not healthy for me to stay in this weight while I'll gain 12kg more while pregnancy. Nothing hard or hurtful, walking is hard here since I'm in saudi Arabia and the heat reach 40c. I'm looking for healthy diet that won't hurt the baby if I do it.
Avatar f tn I was wondering if any of you have successfully lost weight or stayed the same while pregnant. They only thing I plan on doing as far as losing weight is to eat healthy foods and not to overeat like I tend to do and to also excercise. I know if Im prego I shouldnt overdo myself on exercise but light exercise and walking wont hurt! :) I just would like to minimize the chance of getting gestational diabetes or preclampsia while prego! :) Thoughts, opinions, concerns, etc are all welcome!!!
Avatar f tn Idk your not supposed to lose weight in pregnancy. I mean sOme ppl get really sick and help it but you really shouldn't lose just to lose. You should talk to your doctor about it.
Avatar f tn Diet aids such as Releana are not the best way to lose weight. While you might lose a considerable amount of weight on it, which might be nice, the chances of gaining it all back, once you go off the med are extremely high. I can't think of anyone I've ever known, who would stick to such a "diet" for any length of time.
Avatar m tn I injured myself while weightlighting back in 89 while I was powerlifting over 500lbs. I was using a squat suit and for some strange reason, when I hit the low end of the squat I felt my rectum give out, like passing gas. Sense then, every time I try getting an erection, the area between my retum and my testies tightens up and hurts. I still feel the sensation of being aroused but, this tightness keeps my peinus from getting a full erection.
Avatar f tn s common for woman who are overweight to lose weight while pregnant..
Avatar f tn Yes it's normal to lose weight while pregnant. I lost weight the first trimester and my doctor didn't worry as long as baby is growing. Just eat healthy and stay active! !
Avatar f tn It's also possible that 166 was not an accurate weight or was due to water weight. Not that gaining 6 lbs in a week is impossible, but it's unlikely. That would require an extra 3000 calories per day. Extra. I doubt you're eating 4500-5000 calories per day. :) More likely, you were closer to 161-162 last week aside from water weight, so the 163 this week is right on target.
Avatar m tn A few months ago I had injured myself while doing powerlifting movements in my gym. So, I have thought that this may be a hernia or torn muscle. However, it hasn't hurt me in the gym at all. Also, it only happens, as stated, while lying down (mostly noticed when I wake up in the middle of the night). I would say that over the last 6 months, it may have occured 5-6 times at most. After being awake and up and moving, the pain dissipates.
29837 tn?1414534648 I saw the primary a week ago regarding this problem. His take, as well as mine, is the result of stopping the dreadful pain medication Oxycodone abruptly, which was prescribed for me after my spinal surgery. As my ideal weight is 185, I now am 173. However, that's one pound more than a week ago. What this means, is that I'm not losing anymore weight, but have gained one pound. This tell me it's a gradual recovery from the withdrawal I'm going through. I know losing 15 lbs.
5147790 tn?1364304489 t that hypothyroidism, insulin resistance or PCOS, all of which can cause weight gain and/or make losing next to impossible. Good luck and keep posting.
Avatar f tn So if the net calorie consumption is less than need for basal metabolic function and burning of calories is reasonably good, you will start losing weight. You can get many charts online which show you how many calories you burn with a particular exercise. You can use this as rough guideline to help you with an exercise regimen that does not tire you out. These online sites also help you choose from a wide array of food items to build up your calorie need.