Marine weight question please help.?

So Im a female i weight 160 and my height is 5’4. & want to loose weight quickly.
I just recently lost my job and now have no idea what to do with my time.
I plan on joining the marines but Im over weight. I needed loose about 20 pounds.
Any one know how start a diet? I have all the time now to work out and focus on weight loose but i just don’t know how. any one been in a similar situation? thanks.

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4 Responses to “Marine weight question please help.?”

  1. 一番 said:

    join a martial arts dojo, i joined a ninjutsu dojo and already lost 24 lbs in the first month of me being here. it will also help you in the marines because ur learning how to fight. look up different fighting styles but for me i like ninjutsu the best. look into it.

    if you live in new york or virginia look up L.I. Ninjutsu centers, thats where i go im from new york.

    (edit: also being in a dojo will motivate you and you’ll have the support of your classmates, working out alone doesnt work often for most people)

  2. bigbadbutch88 said:

    If you want to get fit for the Marines you need to run. A lot. Then do some push ups. Then do some sit ups. Then run again. Then do some pull ups. If you can’t do pull ups just do the crooked arm hang since that’s all that’s required for females. Then run some more. Then do some push ups. Then do some sit ups. Then run again. Then do some pull ups. Then run some more. Then do some push ups. Then do some sit ups. Then run again. Then do some pull ups. Then run some more. Then do some push ups. Then do some sit ups. Then run again. Then do some pull ups. Then run some more. Then do some push ups. Then do some sit ups. Then run again. Then do some pull ups. Then run some more. Then do some push ups. Then do some sit ups. Then run again. Then do some pull ups. Then run some more. Then do some push ups. Then do some sit ups. Then run again. Then do some pull ups. Then run some more. Then do some push ups. Then do some sit ups. Then run again. Then do some pull ups. Then run some more. Then do some push ups. Then do some sit ups. Then run again. Then do some pull ups. Then run some more. Then do some push ups. Then do some sit ups. Then run again. Then do some pull ups. Then run some more. Then do some push ups. Then do some sit ups. Then run again. Then do some pull ups. Then run some more. Then do some push ups. Then do some sit ups. Then run again. Then do some pull ups. Then run some more. Then do some push ups. Then do some sit ups. Then run again. Then do some pull ups. Then run some more. Then do some push ups. Then do some sit ups. Then run again. Then do some pull ups. Then run some more. Then do some push ups. Then do some sit ups. Then run again. Then do some pull ups.

  3. YATYAS said:

    100% agree with the answer directly above mine. You also need to cut food intake.

  4. Killuy Sumer said:

    Bring balance to the force. If you eat the same foods over and over again, you’re going to get bored – unless they’re foods you really, really like. Feel free to change it up – keep your tongue happy. Balance carbs with proteins with fats, though. If you have more of one nutrient for one meal, try more of another nutrient for the next. And for heaven’s sake, don’t just shop in the “diet” section of the store. You can still (likely) eat the same things you’ve always eaten, just not so much of them at any one time.




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