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 Post subject: how do I "float" off more weight overnight
 Post Posted: Tue Jan 29, 2008 6:44 pm 
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Right now i only lose like 1 lb overnight, and im not eating shit foods, im wondering is there something I can take before sleep to increase my weight loss overnight?


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 Post Posted: Tue Jan 29, 2008 7:26 pm 
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1lb overnight ? seriously , not being nasty but its only one pound, could you tell us why you need it off so much?

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 Post Posted: Tue Jan 29, 2008 7:44 pm 
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wrestling - our schedual is fucked so we get like 2 days off between making weight, and I usually have to cut 5 lbs since I wrestle a lighter class


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try to lose the weight in the day causes i doubt you can lost that much over night.

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generally the more fluids and things you eat/drink the more you lose overnight. Or at least is the case in my experience. When cutting weight, you can't eat or drink a lot so you can't really get it off in your sleep.


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 Post subject: Shivering....
 Post Posted: Wed Jan 30, 2008 3:50 am 
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This may be a bit extreme to some but try shivering;) Shivering burns 400-500 calories / hour. Just turn up the Air Conditioning at night and sleep without sheets or clothes. If there are other people in the house then close your door and open your window(s) (that is if you live in a cold or cooler climate area). The biggest drawback is the possibility of getting sick;(

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You could always wear a sauna suit to bed.

It's overall unhealthy, no matter how you do it. They need to put in stricter weight rules.

And people should stop being vagina's and fight in their natural weight class.

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 Post subject: Re: Shivering....
 Post Posted: Wed Jan 30, 2008 5:51 am 

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parsec1982 wrote:
This may be a bit extreme to some but try shivering;) Shivering burns 400-500 calories / hour. Just turn up the Air Conditioning at night and sleep without sheets or clothes. If there are other people in the house then close your door and open your window(s) (that is if you live in a cold or cooler climate area). The biggest drawback is the possibility of getting sick;(

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Wow, that is extreme.

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why dont you list yourself at a higher weight class? causes if you have to lose weight well preparing for a match you could get weak and lose.

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Wake yourself up for some midnight cardio.


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