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    need help getting thinner






    Hi, I need to lose weight, get thing, and really want a 6 pac

    and I need an excercise plan and maybe a diet(I'm vegetarian).

    heres my information:

    14 years old, boy

    153 lbs

    5'7"

    thnxs

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    I think being a vegetarian, especially at such an age, you really should know diet inside and out because you could potentially harm your own health by not getting nutrients you should be getting.

    At 5 foot 7 your weight is really very good.

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    i am 14 and i work out and am 5' 9'' and weigh 130. how do u weigh more than me and i eat meat?

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    i wanna know who's breeding these giant 14 year olds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapking200399
    i am 14 and i work out and am 5' 9'' and weigh 130. how do u weigh more than me and i eat meat?
    see? That's why i'm trying to lose weight.

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    lol, I'm 16 and 6'3 and only 163 pounds... these kids are like almost as big as me

    I saw this kid in the other thread saying he can bench like 180 at 13 or 14...
    I don't train hard, eat right, and do the things I do for others. I do it for myself.



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    Quote Originally Posted by rapking200399
    i am 14 and i work out and am 5' 9'' and weigh 130. how do u weigh more than me and i eat meat?
    Its calories and metabolism, it doesn't have much to do with being meat or not. When I was 14 I was about 155 and just ate whatever I felt like.

    Quote Originally Posted by RoeCyris
    i wanna know who's breeding these giant 14 year olds.
    My freshman year I was 5'7" and that was about average height, now I'm 6'2".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudge
    My freshman year I was 5'7" and that was about average height, now I'm 6'2".
    yay, that means I MIGHT grow to become 6'2"!

    Anyways, so does anyone have any suggestions? I've currently started eating smaller portions, and eating about 5 meals a day (if i'm feeling full, 4, feeling hungry, 6). I am also jogging 10+ minutes a day unless it is raining.

    Any suggestions will be appreciated, thanks in advance!

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    At 14 unless you are seriously overweight don't go on a calorie restricted diet.. Try eating correctly, get a good mix of Protein Carbs and EFA's at each meal, stay away from sugar and high glycemic carbs. Stay active, get involved in organized sports, mess with weights a little. You will lose fat like this, you're a kid, you got your whole life to obsess about a 6 pack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoeCyris
    i wanna know who's breeding these giant 14 year olds.
    are you kidding? 5'7" 153 is far from giant...

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    i was 5'7" 135 lbs. for freshman football, i now stand at about 6 feet 170 lbs,
    and if you want to lose weight try out this link http://www.ironmagazineforums.com/forumdisplay.php?f=8
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    Quote Originally Posted by aztecwolf
    i was 5'7" 135 lbs. for freshman football, i now stand at about 6 feet 170 lbs,
    and if you want to lose weight try out this link http://www.ironmagazineforums.com/forumdisplay.php?f=8
    definately far from huge in both instances
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    Quote Originally Posted by SPIKE1257
    At 14 unless you are seriously overweight don't go on a calorie restricted diet.. Try eating correctly, get a good mix of Protein Carbs and EFA's at each meal, stay away from sugar and high glycemic carbs. Stay active, get involved in organized sports, mess with weights a little. You will lose fat like this, you're a kid, you got your whole life to obsess about a 6 pack.
    alright, thanks for the advice, i'll just worry about school and getting more involved in sports for now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPIKE1257
    At 14 unless you are seriously overweight don't go on a calorie restricted diet.. Try eating correctly, get a good mix of Protein Carbs and EFA's at each meal, stay away from sugar and high glycemic carbs. Stay active, get involved in organized sports, mess with weights a little. You will lose fat like this, you're a kid, you got your whole life to obsess about a 6 pack.
    Best advise thus far.

    IOW - Stay off the computer and video games. Go out and do some sports and eat healthy.



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    Sounds like a good plan to me, your weight is pretty normal for your height. Activity is good, and most people your age are pretty lax these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fyran
    maybe a diet(I'm vegetarian).
    I don´t know much about the vegan world but tell me, what makes you think that you can live with no animal derived protein? It sounds just wrong to me.

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    They can if they know what to eat, if they dont - its not healthy. Foods must be combined (at some point in the day) to make up complete proteins, also various vitamins are often lacking in vegetarian diets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vieope
    I don´t know much about the vegan world but tell me, what makes you think that you can live with no animal derived protein? It sounds just wrong to me.
    O, I'm not a vegan, just a vegetarian, like I eat eggs and milk and stuff like that, just not actuolly meat or fish, like beef, chicken, etc.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jodi
    IOW - Stay off the computer and video games. Go out and do some sports and eat healthy.
    ^_^" yea...that's gunna be a little hard for me to do, but i'm at a stage where the computer's not as fun anymore, so I think it's a good time to start to enjoy sports more and more.

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