Im going to cut right to it on how I live what I eat and how I train and my equipment
first off all i suffer from severe anxeity social and general,ptsd,diabetes,OCD,High blood pressure I take zyprexa,Clomipramine,and other meds for the diabetes and blood pressure.
iim 30yrs old and a recluse i only go out when I have to because i get killed about my weight all the time the weight is terrible on my face.I have struggled with this for a long time and im trying my best to man up get healthy again to get back to old days when girls actually liked me lol.
ok im sedentary most off the day i move around more now these days, and i also train a few times a week strictly cardio on the elliptical but i am lucky to have a full olympic weight set and power cage at my disposal when im ready to lift.
what I eat mainly all the time during the week in no specific order are
Fried chicken small wings 4 at the most,Hamburger,Fried fish,fries,Deli subs small usually turkey,salads all the time,baked chicken,tv dinners low caloried ones and pan seared steak with mushroom. this is pretty much the base line of what i eat but i try my best to stay around 2,600 calories everyday.
My cardio sessions consist of 30-40 minutes on the elliptical 3-4 days a week incline 13 resistance from 12-16 im usually getting 1,700-2000 strides in a session,
I also suffer from sever tiredness im guessing the psych meds so i resort to viviarin caffeine pills or a strong cup of straight black coffee to get a boost to get my fat ass moving on the elliptical.
so what I need help with is how long should i do a cardio session?
what should i eliminate from my diet completely?
how can I gain a good clean energy everyday?
do i need a heart rate monitor to makes sure im getting in a good target zone?
Also should I start lifting right now i feel real pussifed being so big and not being able to put up much weight and I cant find a program thats is suited for me should I just lift 120 pounds all the time just not sure.
Well anyways thanks to anyone who reads this and lend a helping hand.