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    Losing weight while on high yield sports
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    danifos posted:
    Hi everyone!! Im 5´4 and weight 138 pounds.

    Im currently making a special training 2 hours three times per week (45 min swimming plus 1 hour physical fitness) to learns how to ride a canoe on sea!! Two other days I either swim or run 45 min.

    Im trying to lose weight so Im eating 1,300 cal/day , but I feel super tired during the day, not even coffee is working...

    I want to know if I should increase my calorie consumption (but still lose weight), eat more proteins or carbs, or if it would be better to have a protein shake or a supplement.

    Thanks for reading this!!

    Dani
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