238. Weight Loss and Calorie Range

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  1. Legrandeproductions says:

    yeah thanks for the help

  2. brushfour says:

    I’m sorry Legrandeproductions, I didn’t see the part about the adderall and how it effects your appetite. I have to say I don’t know what adderall is or what it’s for. I suppose it doesn’t matter. The important point is it effects your appetite. It’s hard to guide someone on these Youtube postings. I’m doing that now for one guy and I don’t know how well my series of Youtube postings are working to give him the complete message. It’s a lot of work. Steve has GREAT tools in place to help you.

  3. flexdiddy05 says:

    hes right , i do cardio 4 to 5 times a week for 50 minutes, and i watch what i eat , i have lost 20 pounds in 2 months

  4. Legrandeproductions says:

    well i have really not been eating much because the adderall makes u not hungry i just dont know what to do i really just need guidance

  5. brushfour says:

    Why are you eating next to nothing? I know you asked Steve, but I’m curious. Also, how long did it take you to lose the 6 pounds to get to 147? You should be eating several meals and snacks throughout the day. If you’re eating next to nothing and dropping 6 pounds quickly, then you’re in a crash diet. You’re losing mostly muscle and not fat. Try to keep your weightloss at 1lb. per week or less. Patience is the word here. If you lost 6 lbs of fat at your weight, you would notice the difference.

  6. Legrandeproductions says:

    hey steve whats up i have a question i have been taking adderall 30mg(legally so no one hate on me) and i have not really had the feeling of a loss of appetite so i have been eating less next to nothing. i am still a little over weight i started at 153 this week now i am down to 147. but i also have been working out i have some fat still left on my stomach and over the muscle in my chest if you could please tell me whats happening and what i can do to loss that last extra weight to get a 6 pack.

  7. BodyPerformanceTV says:

    Thanks Carl! That would be great!

  8. CarlJuneau says:


    I just watched a few of your videos and I think they’re great.

    I’ll blog about them right now.


    Carl Juneau

  9. scottie2333 says:

    Hey Steve I’m thinking of joining your site because I need some help with muscle gain. What all would you be able to do if I joined your site? Thank you. Your great.

  10. BodyPerformanceTV says:

    Thank you. I hope they’re helping. Please tell a friend! ~Steve

  11. brushfour says:

    It’s OK that you don’t have a big apetite. Muscle is trained on, not eaten on. You probably lost some fat weight and put just a bit of muscle weight on. I would ease up on the cardio, strength training, and not burning extra calories through cardio is the key for you. You can do some cardio,..but just don’t do too much. Keep challenging yourself with that iron. Stay in touch and let us know how you’re doing.

  12. EEECODE65 says:

    love your vids btw thanks for all the straight talk no bs info very helpful

  13. If your weight is not increasing straight away I would not worry too much. I started a home training program about 4-5 weeks ago and my weight has not shifted at all from 65kg (I am about 5 ft 10). However, I feel much stronger than I did before and I can visibly see the difference in my body.

    Have faith that you are steadily losing fat and gaining muscle.

  14. Steve, i am working really hard on gaining weight and muscle, im VERY skinny, and do not have a giant appetite, i lift weights and do cardio every day to every other day, and i drink some protien shakes, but i am just NOT gaining weight, infact i lost a few pounds, any suggestions? I see alot of ur videos on looseing weight do u have any on gaining?

  15. BodyPerformanceTV says:

    Very cool! Mine too! Hard to tell a bodybuilder he would be better off with bagel than a protein shake.

  16. brushfour says:

    That protein lesson is one I will NOT forget! Especially the part about (natural proteins last longer in the gut, making them available longer for tissue repair and allowing them to mix with other proteins and amino acids to help make essential amino acids). The top of my fridge looks a bit lonely I must say without the usual cannister of Whey protein living there, but so what. My results tell the real story. My strength is up and I’m leaner and my muscles look full as heck…without it!!!!

  17. BodyPerformanceTV says:

    That’s great. You might be getting stronger just from more intense consistent traniing. Plus, natural protein last longer in the gut making them avaialbe longer for tissue repair. Plus they mix with other amino acids helping to make essential amino acids!

  18. BodyPerformanceTV says:

    Thank you!

  19. cedarpose says:

    as always great advice

  20. brushfour says:

    Yes, I’ve replaced the powders and bars on most days with lean chicken, fish or rice and beans. But maybe not competely. Somedays I’m out of fish or chicken so I fall short. I guess I’m eating a few more carbs in replacement,..I think?I’ve definitely gone from lean….to very lean in 8 weeks. I’m very strong in all lifts right now and got new lifetime personal bests in strength in kind of odd places: Hanging hip curl (abs), Incline Bench, Barbell Bent over rows, and calve raises of all things.

  21. BodyPerformanceTV says:

    Yes it is. This is the stuff pro bodybuilders and personal trainer don’t know, understand, or willing to learn. Did you replace the protein calories with anything else? Carbs?

  22. brushfour says:

    Now that’s INTERESTING! I’ve been rethinking quite a few things since finding this site and the whole Protein issue is one of the major ones. I have eliminated all protein drinks, bars and powders. At first I reduced them, now I’ve eliminated them. On some days my protein through my regular diet is a little low. I may be in a strength surge for any number of reasons, BUT I’ve most definitely been in one since early May, when I reduced my protein. I’ve set lifetime PB’s in 4 bodyparts since May!

  23. BodyPerformanceTV says:

    He’s not. The body only needs 25-30 grams of protein a day! The USDA recommends only about 50-65 if that tels you something. And I like what you said about training muscle on. I like to say muscles are made in the gym not the kitchen!

  24. brushfour says:

    I don’t think that’s correct Rollride. There might be something to eating too few calories over several days that might hurt muscle repair or muscle growth. But generally you can almost eat anything. You’ll get enough calories and enough protein for muscle repair. You have to train muscle on,..you can’t eat it on. You’ve got to continually challenge your muscles and somehow by his description I don’t think he’s doing that.

  25. If youre not gaining muscle it is probably because you are not eating the right amount of the right foods.

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