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boxing4ever
01-13-2008, 07:16 PM
Last night I put on a sauna suit and before i did i weighed myself at 167 after I was done I weighed 162. I went and drank a whole bunch of water after more than a gallon and gained a whole bunch of weight. Is this normal?

Nwahs !!
01-13-2008, 07:27 PM
So you are suprised that you sweat out a bunch of water, drank a gallon of water, and somehow managed to gain back the water you lost?

boxing4ever
01-13-2008, 07:31 PM
So you are suprised that you sweat out a bunch of water, drank a gallon of water, and somehow managed to gain back the water you lost?But I wasnt even 177 even when I was fully hydrated. and now I am:bs2:

BrooklynBomber
01-13-2008, 07:33 PM
Last night I put on a sauna suit and before i did i weighed myself at 167 after I was done I weighed 162. I went and drank a whole bunch of water after more than a gallon. Today I weighed myself 177. I am shocked at the moment. Please explain to me how this could of happend:omfg: :omfg: ?

That means your body went into extremes and just kept on all the possible water it could get. Moreover it might have just the food you atem the clothing you wore, etc...

boxing4ever
01-13-2008, 07:40 PM
That means your body went into extremes and just kept on all the possible water it could get. Moreover it might have just the food you atem the clothing you wore, etc...
Well i weighed at the begining of the day before I ate and I only had shorts on and a shirt. Im kinda paniking. This is crazy If I cant get rid of this **** or find a way to get my fat ass back to my regular weight then the hell with boxing:grr:

Nwahs !!
01-13-2008, 07:54 PM
There is one solution, eat less move more.

theHammer
01-13-2008, 11:10 PM
Well i weighed at the begining of the day before I ate and I only had shorts on and a shirt. Im kinda paniking. This is crazy If I cant get rid of this **** or find a way to get my fat ass back to my regular weight then the hell with boxing:grr:

You're right, something went wrong. Quitting boxing is clearly the solution. :rolleyes:

Seriously, I bet your weight goes back to normal in a couple of days.

West24
01-14-2008, 01:32 AM
youre an idiot.

THE REED™
01-14-2008, 01:56 AM
There is one solution, eat less move more.

LMAO... couldnt say it any shorter or sweeter than that

Onslow.
01-14-2008, 06:01 AM
Wear a sweatsuit the day of the fight if your a pound or two over. Don't use it as a way of looking better - because it won't matter.

PunchDrunk
01-14-2008, 06:41 AM
Let this be very clear: If you weighed 167 before training, and 162 aftr training, then from the second you were done training to the point where you weighed yourself at 177 YOU have taken in (at least) 15 lbs of matter, be it liquids or food! If you've eaten that much, you should know this in the back of your head, because that is an extreme amount of ANYTHING going into your body in a short time. So the point is: If you're trying to lose weight, don't over eat/drink like a moron.

boxing4ever
01-14-2008, 07:20 AM
Let this be very clear: If you weighed 167 before training, and 162 aftr training, then from the second you were done training to the point where you weighed yourself at 177 YOU have taken in (at least) 15 lbs of matter, be it liquids or food! If you've eaten that much, you should know this in the back of your head, because that is an extreme amount of ANYTHING going into your body in a short time. So the point is: If you're trying to lose weight, don't over eat/drink like a moron.I had about a gallon and a half of water on that same day that I ran and the day after I weighed myself first thing in the morning and i was 177

boxing4ever
01-14-2008, 07:20 AM
so basically this whole thing just backfired on me and **** now im ****ed.

PunchDrunk
01-14-2008, 07:46 AM
I had about a gallon and a half of water on that same day that I ran and the day after I weighed myself first thing in the morning and i was 177

That's like 6 liters of water!! that's a ridiculous amount of water to be drinking, especially if you expect to see short term results on the scale.

Besides, that is still about 3 lbs. too little for you to gain 15 lbs., and drinking that much in such a short time means that a lot of it will run straight through, which means that not all 6 liters (12 lbs.) will be in your body the next day. So basically you've been eating at least 3-5 lbs of food as well. And you expect to lose weight??? :ugh:

It's pretty clear that you either have no clue what you're doing, or you just don't have the discipline to pull it off. How could you even think that drinking 6 liters would be a good idea, if you expect to have lost weight the next day?

What is your actual goal? Immediate weight loss for a fight tomorrow, or do you just want to lose weight in general?

oovavu
01-14-2008, 09:13 AM
I think your scales are ****ed fatty.

boxing4ever
01-15-2008, 05:14 AM
well yesterday I went in the weigh office at the fitness gym and they said I have 25% body fat and that something like 58% or 58 pounds is water.

Onslow.
01-15-2008, 07:13 AM
I met my target weight of 75kg for my fight which is on the 1st of Feb a few days ago. To celebrate i ate loads, pleased that i could stop dietting.

Then i weighed myself on monday and i'm 77kg :(. To many chocolate spread sanwiches.

PunchDrunk
01-15-2008, 07:36 AM
well yesterday I went in the weigh office at the fitness gym and they said I have 25% body fat and that something like 58% or 58 pounds is water.

Do you want help losing weight or not? Then tell me what your weight loss goals are. Immediate for a fight, or long term?

If you're 25% BF, that means you're overweight. If 58% of your body is water, and that equates to 58 pounds, that means two things:

1. you weigh a total of 100 lbs, since 58% of 100lbs is 58lbs.

If that is true, I seriously doubt you've got 25% bodyfat. That would mean you're like 4 feet tall!

2. You're in serious trouble! The body is normally 70% water, and even an aberration of 5% would be unhealthy.

Dude, you are very confused right now, and most of the info you've been posting in this thread does not add up... Get a grip!

blacksky
01-15-2008, 07:52 AM
Last night I put on a sauna suit and before i did i weighed myself at 167 after I was done I weighed 162. I went and drank a whole bunch of water after more than a gallon. Today I weighed myself 177. I am shocked at the moment. Please explain to me how this could of happend:omfg: :omfg: ?

1 - you have to weight yourself at the same time each day

2 - why would you go to the trouble of wearing a sauna suit to lose water weight, then go and drink a gallon of water afterwards.

I dont understand this. You use a sauna suit to make weight.

juggernautburn
01-15-2008, 05:36 PM
ok, first of all, how often do you weigh yourself? i think it is possible that when you weighed in at 167, you could have been somewhat lower than your normal weight. otherwise, it does not make that much sense for you to shoot up 15 pounds in a day unless you were eating everything in site fat boy (lol j/k on the fat boy part.) anyway, 25% bodyfat? umm, aren't you that one black kid posts up his sparring videos? if so, i do not think you are close to 25% and i can guarantee that they did not measure you with calipers. they used some bull**** electrical impedence test, am i right? of course i'm right.

anyway, stop looking at weight figures. you are a young guy right. you are still growing, so do not pay attention to the scales, rather pay attention to your eating habits and refine them if necessary.

Nwahs !!
01-15-2008, 06:36 PM
well yesterday I went in the weigh office at the fitness gym and they said I have 25% body fat and that something like 58% or 58 pounds is water.

25% body fat? Dude you need to bust your ass. I have a feeling that you cheat on all of your training.

I don't think I could keep my bodyfat at 25% even if I tried while training.

Tyson Jones
01-15-2008, 06:42 PM
Your facts make no sense so I've come to the conclusion that you are either lieing about all of this and dont even box. Or you train like 10 minutes a day and eat like crazy afterwords.

2quik4u
01-15-2008, 08:44 PM
if u were to put all the water u drank on a scale how much do u think it weighted?

go piss and **** a few times and u'll be fine

potatoes
01-15-2008, 09:26 PM
Last night I put on a sauna suit and before i did i weighed myself at 167 after I was done I weighed 162. I went and drank a whole bunch of water after more than a gallon. Today I weighed myself 177. I am shocked at the moment. Please explain to me how this could of happend:omfg: :omfg: ?


A gallon of cold water out of your tap weighs about 8.34 pounds, depending on how cold it is. When you are feeling thirsty it is not hard to drink a couple of gallons.

Onslow.
01-16-2008, 06:30 AM
A gallon of cold water out of your tap weighs about 8.34 pounds, depending on how cold it is. When you are feeling thirsty it is not hard to drink a couple of gallons.

a couple of gallons... it is very difficult to drink 14 pints of water!!

oovavu
01-16-2008, 10:43 AM
a couple of gallons... it is very difficult to drink 14 pints of water!!

What about 14 pints of stella can you hack that?

Rane-Ex54
01-16-2008, 11:19 AM
What did you eat between that 162 weigh in and the 177?

Onslow.
01-16-2008, 11:40 AM
What about 14 pints of stella can you hack that?

What you reckon!? Haha. If i drank 14 pints of stella, i'd definately put weight on. There has to be perhaps 2 days calories there alone, not counting the kebab afterwards. haha.