Anyone here ever lose 20+ kgs in a few months time? Please motivate.

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I went from ~110kg to 70kg in about 4-5 months a few years ago. What I did was cutting back calories drastically by eating less and only once a day. Might not be for everyone :D

E: I remember doing ~20kg in 2 months wayyy back too. The trick was 12 hour construction workdays in the heat and 1 shitty meal per day :D
 

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A friend of mine lost 20,1 kilos in 39 days, with zero working out. Water fasting can be truly remarkable for the strong minded ;)
I preach fasting everywhere I go, once you see and feel the results of fasting your life will change for the better. People eat way to much food, way way to much.
 

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Sounds cliche but think of it more of a lifestyle change rather than a crash diet.

I once went from 120kg to 85kg in the span of 2 and a half months eating only 600-1200 calories per day, and doing jump rope every day.

Luckily I lost fat, and didn't get any loose skin, but it's not worth it. I'd have much rather lost this weight over the course of 6-8 months while maintaining muscle then to have lost fat and muscle at the same time.
 

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Not that much but dropped 5 kg of fat in a month while maintaining muscle size...i am natural(never taken steoroids)....i used intermittent fasting i.e. in the night i ate my last meal at around 10 pm and then the next day i ate my first meal at around 2 pm this mean i fasted for 16 hours. My feeding window is of 8 hours that means only 2 or 3 big meals can be consumed with. My daily intake was 150g protein 80g fat in 80g carbs.
The total calorie intake was lower than my daily required to maintain and also i just go to the gym 3 times per week
 

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Alternate between water fasting and dry fasting (to eliminate saggy skin). Or go the bulletproof way: have a tablespoon of fat (butter, coconut oil or whatever). Drink only water. If you get hungry again, have another tablespoon of fat.

You'll drop weight like crazy but you'll need to be disciplined.

Google snake juice diet (prepare for swear words and yelling) or bulletproof fat lose protocol.
 

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Hello, the first thing to realize about dieting is that any diet that keeps you hungry is bound to fail! The best diet I've found is the Atkins Diet! It has been around for years and is based on limiting carbohydrate input, so you body starts to burn fat. The hard part about it is trying to eliminate carbohydrates from your diet. The first 2 weeks you are suppose to totally eliminate all carbs. The good thing is you can eat all you want other foods such as eggs, meat, cheese, sea food etc. If you are not familiar with it, take some time and read about it. Good Luck!
 

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For plans, there is a ton on youtube or bodybuilding.com.

Food is the most important part!

Lots of good (and bad) info out there on youtube and bodybuilding.com, I've read most of it. Was into that stuff for a LONG time. Vybra is correct about food being the most important. For me, I had the best results with 80/20 Paleo and eating 5 meals a day. Basically the normal breakfast, lunch and dinner with two healthy snacks in between. Smaller portions all around, but eating every 3 hours or so kept me from getting overly hungry.

One key thing is you need to know what your lean body mass really is. If you're in a country where you can get a hyrdostatic test, or get on one of those $1,000+ "InTouch" scales that use electrical impedence to test your body composition, that's great! Otherwise, the $100 scales or $30 handheld units (while not nearly as accurate) will have to suffice. You want to eat a gram of protein per day for every pound of lean body mass ("LBM") you have. So right now I weigh 200 pounds and have around 170 pounds of LBM so I need to eat a minimum of 170grams of protein per day to maintain my muscle mass. If you want to gain muscle, that's another story.

One way to quickly loose water weight, is to severely restrict carbs. Look into "net carbs" and keep your total carbs under 30g per day. For the first week, you'll be peeing every 15 minutes (or so it feels) but your body will be flushing stored water. It takes 4oz of water to digest a gram of carbs (IIRC), so that's what your body stores when it takes in carbs.

Of course, clean up your diet, eat more veggies, stay away from processed foods, cook all your own food (or the vast majority of it), eat only lean meat, don't drink sodas...

Oh and fat loss supplements are a pile of crap. You're more likely to have a heart attack due to the excessive caffeine in them... I came close. Still screwed up 8 years later. Couldn't even touch green tea, let alone coffee for years after the scare.

I saw some talk about intermittent fasting on here, that works for a lot of people. I did a modified version of it as part of "Carb Backloading" by Kiefer. I enjoyed it and had decent results.

I just started my "journey" back to health yesterday too. Cleaning up my food and heading towards the 80/20 paleo and 5x meals a day. 200lbs, 38lbs of excess bodyfat and 31% bodyfat. My best was 170ish pounds and 12-15% bodyfat.

Like someone above said, do it for health and not for any external reason! I cannot stress that enough. I did it for external reasons (to get a girlfriend) which ended up being a very bad experience that had a very negative impact on my fitness (she fell in love with the lean guy who lifted heavy for 2 hours after work every day and had a very regimented diet, but then got pissed when I worked out instead of spending time with her and she then tried daily to sabotage me... and succeeded). Took a long time to get back on track after that. Do it for health and you'll be stronger for it. Also, make reasonable goals. My goal back then was to look like a bodybuilder and to compete, this wasn't realistic for me and my body.

Feel free to ask me any questions, I've studied just about every diet out there and done many of them (or versions there of). I was also a gym rat for many years and studied & used many of the exercise programs out there. In my view, Ben Pakulski has the smartest and most scientifically backed program... if you're interested in putting on muscle... and muscle burns fat.
 

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I lost 30 pounds or around 13kgs in just one month. What I recommend is just watch what you are eating, doesn't need to be a super strict diet but just make sure your always choosing the healthier option. Also, constant exercise is a must. It dosnt have to me super hardcore workout but going for a jog or working out with low weight high rep has worked for me.
 

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Hey mate,

My Friend lose his 10-15 Kg of weight in few months,

In my sense diet and gyming is the perfect way of lose weights,

Hope it works,

Thanks
 

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I did 4 pack abs last year. And I did that after losing 31kg.

Google "diet to maintain abs"
And follow that.. That diet will do wanders to your weight loss. Also run/walk for min one hour a day.
Do weight training atlest 30 minutes a day.
 

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I lost 20kg in a year from calorie counting, laying off the soda and I was drinking slimjoy and slimfast, yoga and exercise... starting to put it back now I have stopped..wil start eating healthy Soon and calorie counting..hardest is junk food especially at night..love a cuppa tea and few biscuits..but will swap for green tea and fruit soon
 

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This is where I get problem
Man, only if you could feel how bad that shit is for you right when you drink it, but it takes a long time to see the damage alcohol and soda does to your body.
 

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OP, find a sport you like and start practicing. If you don't know what sport you like then try random sports.

Do it for the long-term and not short-term goals like 20kgs in a few months.

Aim for little changes in your life so you can be healthier and you will notice constant improvement. Otherwise, you could burn out and give up.
 

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Hello,

As the title, please motivate and share some tips. What did you do, what did you eat, how much and what exercise you did and how much?

Thanks alot.
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1. Go on a ketogenic diet.
2. Do HIIT or weight training with intermittent fasting.
3. Zumba and dance classes with going towards more raw salads and protein shakes.
 

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The same way some wrong actions take time to become routine is the same way changes need to be done constantly.
To live up decades with wrong habits and want to change literally in 60 days after 20 years of wrong habits is almost being insane, you can try to rush and end up damaging your body with permanent damage that you will see some years or decades from now.

Go to a professional, check up your health, seek professional advice and consultance and change step by step.

Or end up jacking your hearth using those Lipo tabs overloaded with caffein to jack of your metabolism.
 

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alright here we go, I lost 75 lbs, or around 34kg. I had a health scare (kidney disease) which whipped me into the correct mindset to not want to be unhealthy and eat garbage anymore.

So I quit drinking alcohol and soda!!!!!!!! and smoking tobacco, soda is is the hardest for me to quit. but it's worth it once you get over the headaches.

Anyway. Then I religiously did intermittent fasting, 16 hours of no eating /8-hour window to eat. So I start eating at 1pm, and stop at 9pm.

that helped me lose ridiculous weight to the point I couldn't stop losing it. But that will eventually stop, your body will get used to being hungry and you will welcome being hungry.
New studies show that it's not what you eat particularly, but when you eat. Also another trick. Stop eating so much, cut your portions in half and throw the other half away. It takes time to get full when eating, and people in America don't understand that concept.

I have been reading about the 16 hours fast intermittent way. I was wondering if having a break day or cheat day and eat well on that day helps in the body not adapting to it?
 
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