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  • Opinions-Drop your height weight and how old u are

    So guys I am 14 years of age nearly 15.I am 5 foot 6 and 68.5kg/153 pounds but im not fat.Do you think its a good idea for me to stay at this weight or cut for amateur boxing.

  • #2
    If you aren’t fat then don’t cut. If you are over 10% body fat, you should cut. If you are 6-7%, don’t cut.

    This is my unqualified, solicited opinion

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    • #3
      I don't advise cutting for kids, just maintain and stay a healthy body fat % like 15% give a take a few depending on you feel.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by 4truth View Post
        If you arenít fat then donít cut. If you are over 10% body fat, you should cut. If you are 6-7%, donít cut.

        This is my unqualified, solicited opinion
        Thanks for the advise

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        • #5
          Originally posted by TheBoxGod View Post
          I don't advise cutting for kids, just maintain and stay a healthy body fat % like 15% give a take a few depending on you feel.
          Thanks for the advice bro

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          • #6
            I’m 6 ft 195 and I’m not fat..

            My uncles always told me to lose weight...

            You are young and don’t damage your health cutting weight..

            My cousin was a wrestling champ and he’d eat ice cubes to cut weight..

            Health insurance have tables to calculate Heath etc..

            My last check up my doc said to my wife.. he’s in great shape.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by TheBoxGod View Post
              I don't advise cutting for kids, just maintain and stay a healthy body fat % like 15% give a take a few depending on you feel.
              This.

              I grew up in a big wrestling community. And there were all these young kids cutting weight religiously all the time & now there are a sh^tton of these abnormally short ex-wrestlers in that town. Something about cutting weight &/or not getting your needed nutrition as a youth seems like it has long term impact on your body.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Eff Pandas View Post
                This.

                I grew up in a big wrestling community. And there were all these young kids cutting weight religiously all the time & now there are a sh^tton of these abnormally short ex-wrestlers in that town. Something about cutting weight &/or not getting your needed nutrition as a youth seems like it has long term impact on your body.
                Yup, cutting usually means being deficient in something.

                Deficiency stunts your growth (to varying degrees depending on what you are deficient in but it does).

                Kids should be eating all they can within reason and hitting all their nutrients needs.

                Put it like this, your body is not a magic trick it cannot build tissue out of nothing, you need to feed it. Imagine that you are 5'5" teen still growing but you are cutting to make weight for whatever reasons. Now instead of your body having a easy time to grow you have put your body into a "eat itself" mode to fuel itself to live. These are not optimal conditions for your body to grow as big and strong as it genetically can (we're all bound by our genetic potential).
                Last edited by TheBoxGod; 02-13-2021, 07:50 PM.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Zaroku View Post
                  Iím 6 ft 195 and Iím not fat..

                  My uncles always told me to lose weight...

                  You are young and donít damage your health cutting weight..

                  My cousin was a wrestling champ and heíd eat ice cubes to cut weight..

                  Health insurance have tables to calculate Heath etc..

                  My last check up my doc said to my wife.. heís in great shape.
                  Ye it depends every one is different

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by boxinglife8 View Post
                    Ye it depends every one is different
                    Exactly... perfect post... I get dizzy if I skip meals.

                    Running a marathon is impossible for me..

                    My mom used to struggle to feed me...

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