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Calories in vs. Calories out is the very first thing you need to truly keep track of. The primary reason for forcing you to do some homework is so that you can see just how close your calorie balance is. Do understand that the calculators are just to get you in the ballpark, and individual physiologies vary. You can only improve what you measure Track ...
Your weight consist of many parts, one is fat matt, one is lean mass, but your water level and the amount of food in your digestive system is another one. This last one can be considered noise, they make it harder to know wether one has lost weight or not. 3 weeks is not necessarily enough time to know if you've actually lost fat mass, 3 weeks of good ...
You need a solid training program + solid nutrition + discipline to stick with it. Regarding an app, some people like jefit. Zyzz died at the age of 22 in a Thai bath house of a heart attack, no help coming from his use of anabolic steroids and anphetamine like substances (fat burners): try not to be like him too much. If you want to destroy your body and ...
It looks like I eat more at lunch than you eat during the whole day. If you are still getting fat on this diet, then you should first do a medical check up to rule out problems like e.g. thyroid problems. Absent any medical problems, you should start to exercise a lot more and then later actually increase your food intake. You won't get fat if you training ...
Use a calorie expenditure calculator like this one to find your target estimate for intake. Count your calories and hit that estimate every day. After one or two weeks, if your weight has not decreased, reduce your caloric intake by 100-500 calories per day. If you eat more calories than you burn, you get fatter. It's that simple.
There are huge gaps between meals. Divide your large meals into 5-6 smaller meals. I am no expert but that helped me. May be you can start doing some little exercises - planks, crunches, situps. Include some 10 mins in a day for these exercises. This is my humble opinion. Hope it helps
Like @Mårten said, you either lose fat over your entire body, or nowhere at all. You can't pick and choose where to gain/lose fat. As for losing then gaining weight, the difference lies in your diet. You mention that you dieted when you lost weight, and after that you started to gain weight again. This should be a telltale sign. And it's a well-established ...
You cannot burn fat in a specific location, legs do not use only leg fat, and so on. If you want less fat on your legs you will need to reduce fat overall.
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