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Peter Hurst (@pete.jacob) Instagram Profile Photo pete.jacob

Peter Hurst

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Managed to get a hook grip PR and all time PR of 530lbs. Suck it lumbar... #powerlifting

image by Leon (@chicagoman_io) with caption : "The big picture is never clear. We have this and that going on left and right. We jump and drop what we have to in order" - 1721848912284088205
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The big picture is never clear. We have this and that going on left and right. We jump and drop what we have to in order to maintain balance. Still that big picture eludes us. It's only when we've had enough does the picture start to focus and the different array of lights appear. Slowly creating that big picture beyond the glass window we call life. #powerlifting

Dennis Pang (@dpang1234) Instagram Profile Photo dpang1234

Dennis Pang

Instagram Image by Dennis Pang (@dpang1234) with caption : "A question I get a lot is “I want to lose weight, do I stop eating rice or carbs in general?”
The answer is “NO!” 🔹Why? " at Fitness First Cheras Leisure Mall - 1721847093902181616

A question I get a lot is “I want to lose weight, do I stop eating rice or carbs in general?” The answer is “NO!” 🔹Why? Because if you don’t know, carbs are one of your macronutrients, which make up your calories. The moment you get cut out all your carbs, will you lose weight? Yes, of course; because you just cut out half of your calorie intake. 🔹Is it sustainable? No, definitely not. This is only give you short term results. Not to mention, this type of dieting will eventually lead to bad habits, such as weekend binging or other eating disorders. 🔹So how do you do it? We look at the big picture. Calorie in vs calorie out. We need to understand multiple things, your TDEE (total daily energy expenditure): things such as your BMR (nasal metabolic rate, TEF (thermic effect of foods), NEAT (non-exercise activity thermogenesis), and TEA (thermic effect of activity). From there, you will know the amount of calories your body needs in a day (your daily caloric intake) So in general, 🔹To lose weight: we must eat less calories (calorie deficit). 🔹To gain weight: we must eat more calories (calorie surplus) 🔹Carbs won’t hurt you, but you just have to understand how much calories your body needs, and then gradually cut the calories out. Remember eating rice at night or in the morning will make no difference in the long run, neither will any other type of dieting fads you try, but you need ask yourself “Are you currently eating too much or too little calories?”