View Full Version : tips, tricks, hints on losing a few pounds within a few days?


JUHL
11-09-2008, 07:13 PM
got another fight coming up on Saturday, ill be fighting at 152. this morning i weighed 153, i should be fine where im at, just wanted to hear some ideas on how to shed a few pounds within a few days.

ironalex
11-09-2008, 07:18 PM
lol you weight is near perfect..., sauna suit, sweating out, spit your saliva out, dont eat/eat little, dont drink/drink little...theres loads really..

SOY-COMO-SOY
11-09-2008, 07:49 PM
got another fight coming up on Saturday, ill be fighting at 152. this morning i weighed 153, i should be fine where im at, just wanted to hear some ideas on how to shed a few pounds within a few days.

Dont eat alot of calories, fat grams, carbs until after your weigh in. The day of your weigh in dont eat nothing and hardly drink anything. That should make you loose about 3 lbs. tell us if you made your weight

Domey
11-09-2008, 11:39 PM
Goto a local pharmacy and look / ask for Aboline. It is a womens skin care product.


Put that on your body(Chest, arms, legs, ect), throw on a shirt, and either a trashbag and a sweat shirt over it, or your sauna suit. Do your shadow boxing(4-5 rounds is good), then jump rope for 15 minutes straight with no break, and do 30 second sprints.


If you still have more in you after that, hit the bag / pads, or hop on the bike/tredmil/stair climber.

JulioCesaChavez
11-10-2008, 01:28 AM
Cut food, cut liquid (don't drink in fianl 24 hours before wiegh in) run alot and wear a sauna suit. You can do this safely if you force down carbo max rinks after weigh in. All that dehydration and muscle wastage **** is bollocks. Train hard, succeed.

avwebnet
11-17-2008, 05:28 PM
Cut food, cut liquid (don't drink in fianl 24 hours before wiegh in) run alot and wear a sauna suit. You can do this safely if you force down carbo max rinks after weigh in. All that dehydration and muscle wastage **** is bollocks. Train hard, succeed.

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