I like to help you. Now i am losing 6kg of weight after 2 months. I try crash diet first like you do and it didn't work out to well for me. The first few weeks i try to eat less than 1000 calorie a day and almost starve to death i feel like i'm gonna pass out from hunger with that diet but it works. I loss 1kg per week. Then, i try to eat like i'm usually do and gain weight faster than before. Then i know that crash diet is bad. What i do now is i try to eat like usual but in a little less portion than what i always do. For example if usual i eat 2 bowl of ricw , i will eat only a bowl. Then everyday i will do a 30 minutes of exercise such as jogging. I do that for a month and what i discover is i feel more healthier and i also start to lose weight too. What important is i am happy that i didn't have to restrict my diet so much but i am losing the weight at the same time. Usually after work i will feel very tired and what i always do is i just liw down and sleep like 2-3 hours straight. After turning to exercise, i find that i didn't feel tired easily anymore. Now i like the strength and the stamina that came with it. The most important is not to give up. You must continue. If one method not working up for you choose another. Keep trying until you success. There no easy way for thia. Believe me. As for now i haven't try using any pills for weight loss and i believe that is the best. I wish you success. Remember, no one can help you but yourselves. Do not give up!
Gains will differ from one individual to another depending on body size and level of experience in the gym. To make sure you're gaining muscle, not fat, don't just consider your scale weight. Instead, rely on what you see in the mirror and use a tape measure twice a month to keep track of your waist and hips (you don't want to gain there) as well as your biceps, chest and quads. Also, don't think that you have to gain a set amount of weight each and every week. "Your mass gain doesn't have to be uniform," Aceto explains. That means you can gain 1/2 pound one week and 1 1/2 the next, perhaps none the third week and still remain on course. "Expecting uniform gains ignores the intricate makeup of the body and the way it gains mass - or loses fat - which is by no means in linear fashion," adds Aceto.
Ahhh!!! Now everything makes sense!!! It kinda took me by surprise, I was thinking here we go, he’s gonna say: eat less carbs, or focus, intensity….hehe, just kiddin’. And actually just need to eat more (little more) to get my matebolisam up and things will fall into place! Thanks for taking your time and responding. I will definetly do what you said. I monitor everything with Jefit pro and fitness pal, so adjustment is gonna be actually easy. I’ll get my pictures together and email them to you for success story (damn, does that feel good saying that