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Ok how do I lose 15kg quickly? I feel like a fat piece of sh*t because I gained weight recently thanks to muh depression and I'm 5"4 for 130lbs. I have asthma so working out is difficult but I still want to move my bum. What do /fit/?
pic related is my body,the angle makes it kinda flattering for once but I usually look fat and large.
anyone else here on a plantbased diet? I've been vegan for almost half a year now. haven't noticed anything negative as far as energy levels go. in fact my cardio is much better now and my blood pressure feels lower. of course my diet is pretty clean, I hit at least 200% RDA of all my vitamin/mineral requirements each day (I eat mainly wholefood unprocessed vegetables and legumes, I try to avoid junkfood). protein intake is a bit lower (not by a significant amount, something like 20 grams).
so yeah, if anyone is (or was) on a plantbased diet, share your experience with it, maybe problems you've encountered. since we're on 4chan, I'm glad we can have an honest discussion here, hopefully we can keep this civil without bad-faith arguments and anecdotal evidence of skinny raw-vegan youtubers.
Where my /skelly/ bros at? Come post here for advice/support.
I've been feeling like a real fatass lately, lads. I started at a bmi of 17.6 and I've been gaining at about 1.25lbs/week on average (some weeks I go up by 2 pounds, some weeks by like half a pound, some weeks by 1 pound) to get up to a healthy weight/fuel my beginner lifts. 2.5 months in and I'm starting to worry that it's too much too fast/maybe my macros aren't that good because my belly feels so fucking FAT. When I sit, I can actually jiggle my stomach, shit's weird and makes me feel kinda shitty even though I know weight is going to other parts of my body like my arms and legs.
I've brought my caloric surplus down to only 500 above my TDEE in hopes that my weight gain slows a bit without sacrificing my lifts, since I still have some beginner gains left in the tank. I know that 500 is considered a good surplus, but I'm so tempted to lower it even more every day (to 300 or so maybe). I just hate how my stomach looks right now.
Any ex skellies have any suggestions on how to stick to a caloric surplus when you're not used to the feeling of having body fat/generally just don't like the look of your body during a bulk?