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    I'm around 139. I want to get down to about 125 for the session. But I want to do it the right way I dont want to fast for like 3days I know its ok to skip a meal from time to time but. Is there a way I could get down with out being drained

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    Wild meat deer, elk, buffalo and others. Fish is good. Chicken and greens. EAT but be selective. If it comes in a box or bag dont eat it. Fish - chicken and boiled spuds. 2 weeks of wild game will move it. Grill everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bailey View Post
    Wild meat deer, elk, buffalo and others. Fish is good. Chicken and greens. EAT but be selective. If it comes in a box or bag dont eat it. Fish - chicken and boiled spuds. 2 weeks of wild game will move it. Grill everything
    That's gonna help him "gain" weight, not lose it.
    TRAIN LIKE A MADMAN!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grecowrestler13 View Post
    That's gonna help him "gain" weight, not lose it.
    I think his point was eat right. It seems that is the biggest problem these days, it's so cheap to have some fastfood place serve me. Then having to be creative and come up with something with all 5 food groups. But all I know so far is too stay away from stuff in bags and boxes. Also to take vitamin supplements everyday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grecowrestler13 View Post
    That's gonna help him "gain" weight, not lose it.
    Yes, such diet is going to make him gain weight. But, what kind of weight? When I perfected my nutrition (or atleast corrected) I had a massive increase in muscle mass (like... 3-4 kg in 6 months, which I think is a lot for a wrestler) while I lost a lot of fat. That messed up my plans for competing in 84kg, yeah, but I was never so strong and energized. Never. Eat, sleep and drink water. Nothing can stop you then.
    Be like water my friend...

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    No sugar, pasta, bread, rice, potatoes and juices of any kind. If you must, eat bread or pasta 3 hours before a workout. If you feel drained and light-headed, add more carbs, but not too much, because your metabolism can't adapt so fast to a reduced carb intake. FAT LOSS = LOW CARB INTAKE = INSULIN CONTROL. That's what's it all about. Drink a lot of water throughout the day. I drink a gallon a day (not counting what I drink during a workout). Divide your weight in pounds by two and switch pounds for ounces, that's how much water you should be drinking. Don't raise your insulin with simple carbs after a workout, just eat a banana or two. And last but not the least, this is very important - get 8 hours of sleep every single day.
    Be like water my friend...

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    I agree with Zoran, water is supremely important. Make sure as Bailey says you have no refinded sugar. That means high fructose corn syrup is out!!! Peanut Butter and bananas, spinach and kale, grilled meats. Portion sizes are important and eating 5-6 times a day will jump start your metabolism.
    "All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become."

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    also I gave up on soda and to help me cut back on what I eat,I just drink water and that way I loose it the next day in practice. Is that a good idea or should i do something else......

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    But what should I eat just what I want. Or like fruits and vegetables?

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