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    Default Cutting 10-11lbs

    Hey everyone, i really need some help with cutting weight. Honestly I suck at cutting weight.Its easy to say "im cutting weight" but hard to actually do it.
    Currently i weigh 131 on the dot and im planning on weighing 120 within 2-3weeks.
    Could someone please pleaseee tell me a good and effective diet that i can use before the season , which starts in 2 weeks.
    my weight is in your hands..thank you

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    Smaller more frequent meals. Limit unnecessary carbs/fat. Work out more than you are now. Never skip a meal. Avoid ANY food after dinner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    Smaller more frequent meals. Limit unnecessary carbs/fat. Work out more than you are now. Never skip a meal. Avoid ANY food after dinner.

    thanks , but could you please be a little more specific, as in what specific foods?

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    Clean, natural foods. Vegetables, meats, and fruits are all good. Stay away from pop and junk food.

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    my diet right now is..
    Morning: gronola bar and water
    lunch: tuna sandwich , gronola bar, water
    dinner: tuna sandwich, water
    snacks during the day: carrots, gronola bars, salad.
    is this fine for the next 2 weeks?
    cause i usually eat junk food.

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    I'd cut out a granola bar or two and include some more fruit, nuts, almonds, etc.
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    Granola bars can often times be as bad for you as a candy bar. I'd cut out all of your granola bars, and add some light dairy as well as what Vias mentioned. I'd also mix in some other light protiens like chicken breasts, salmon (and other fish). I'd get tired of tuna every day. Also what are you mixing the tuna with? If you're using Mayo then you're adding a lot of fat and sodium to your meals.
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    First, start reading the label on packaged foods. If it has more than two grams of fat, you probably don't want to eat it. Eliminate as much artificial sugar from your diet as you can. Natural sugars like those in bananas, apples, etc. are not bad for you, but that doesn't mean you can eat as much as you want. Eliminate pop from your diet. Water is your friend until the end of the season. Limit how much bread, cereal, and pasta you eat. If you eat meat it needs to be lean meat like chicken, turkey, or tuna. Steak is not a lean meat, and neither is ground beef.

    If you eat smaller meals more often it will help your metabolism speed up and your body will process the meals more quickly and not keep the fat from them. I know a few body builders, and when they are shredding off the fat for a competition they drink water and eat a can of tuna every two hours. They will add in raw vegetables with no dressing, seasoning, etc. They don't eat anything else.

    The real question is, how committed are you to losing weight? Cut out the processed sugar and breads and limit yourself to eating lean meat and raw vegetables five or six times a day. Put this together with your wrestling workouts and the weight will drop off.

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