From John, Age 13 - 12/16/03 - IP#: 141.153.153.xxx Click here to reply Ht. 5'4", Today: 130 lb (BMI %tile: 85) - When was ten years, i started to do crunches and alot of wiehgt lifting. I was training to get a six pack. i exercised 3 hours a day. but then i heard that if you get a six pac, that the muscle becomes too hard, and the muscle won't stretch, therefore, stutning my growth. So then i stopped exercising. Back then, i was really skinny. Ever since then, i've just been getting bigger and bigger. Then the summer when i was twelve, i made a commitment to lose weight, i exercised, i dieted, i did everything, but i didn't seem to lose any of the weight. Then last summer, I tried to lose weight again, but it didn't work either. I have every kind of diet. Weight Lifting, running, jogging, situps, pushup, i've done it all. I have a pull up bar in my room. i've done every diet you can imagine, i've tried fasting, high protein, i've tried eating only veggies, slim fast, you know, like after a certain point, a person gets frustrated. I want to go on a diet and exercise again, but i wanna do it the RIGHT way, and actually see results. I'm not overweight, but i am at risk of becoming overweight, and i want to prevent myself from becoming overweight. I'm 13 year old, male, 5'4 130lbs. So can somebody help me and suggest a diet that might actually work?
Reply from albert, Age 14 - 12/18/04 - IP#: 219.88.80.xxx dude im 14 and im trying to get a six pack aswell. damn ur stupid man! Keep trying to get a sixpack. Thats my dream. And the chicks will dig u. Dont give a damn about stretching! Go on try hard
Reply from Britt to Ashley, Age 13 - 12/17/03 - IP#: 152.163.252.xxx The BMI scale also says if you are muscular, which he may be but not know it, that the BMI doesn't apply.
Reply from ashley, Age 14 - 12/17/03 - IP#: 68.10.219.xxx i did your BMi it said you are at a risk of being overweight. If you eat healthy and eat right you will lose weigt. PROMISE!!!!
Reply from Britt, Age 13 - 12/16/03 - IP#: 205.188.209.xxx If you have been excersising and eating healthy, you're probably gaining muscle and losing fat, which would mean the number on the scale is getting higher or staying the same, but you are being more healthy.