He was 180lbs and nearly 30% body fat.
-most people my height/age are 140-150 lbs.
Someone like that will simply DESTROY their metabolism making it that much easier to get even fatter if they ever started eating normally.
-I always ate every 3 hrs, complete whole meals, never ate junk food and havent drank a soda-soft drink in around 5 years.
I am not bragging, I have no reason ot brang, I just think it is wrong to judge peoples posts by numbers alone.
Again I am not an internet warrior like most people on here, I am just looking for advice, so Professor X what do you suggest? I only did the v-diet to get a head start on summer, do you have any opinions on who else to burn the fat off quickly?[/quote]
I didn’t ignore your height. I focused in on YOUR LACK OF MUSCLE MASS. You were carrying just over 120lbs of lean mass on you which is about how much your skeleton and organs weigh.
Someone like you should have spent some time in the gym first getting your body used to training instead of going on some all out super-diet. You should have taken things slower than that as far as caloric restriction and lifted weights like the goal was to gain muscle mass. the V-Diet is not for every person who barely trained before to jump on and lose 30lbs.
If you were eating several times a day, something was keeping you from gaining much muscle mass or losing much body fat before. Have you identified what that “something” was? Five years of eating like a bodybuilder and avoiding all sodas got you to 30% body fat? How does that happen? Were you lifting weights?
This isn’t about “internet warriors” (whatever the hell that means). this is about people being truthful with themselves, identifying what in their life was keeping them in a negative physical state and getting rid of those things methodically while forming new life long habits.
This is NOT about jumping on a “quick weight loss” diet, and then finding out that you have lost so much muscle in the process that any time off leaves you gaining all of the fat back.
A lean 200lbs means carrying near that much in lean body mass. This will take years and a lot of focus and determination. It makes me question what you were doing exactly for 5 years before this.