drop weight

drop weight

[′dräp ‚wāt]
(fluid mechanics)
The weight of the largest drop that can hang from the end of a tube of given radius.
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He assaulted while he was taking steroids in a bid to help him drop weight for an amateur bodybuilding show.
For Sinclair, the challenge lies in continuing to drop weight throughout the competition and not cheating on the nutrition plan prescribed by Push.
You would therefore expect to drop weight, here lies the problem - the food is taken in as carbohydrate and although it contains minimal fat content, if you do not burn it off through your day to day living or exercise, it will eventually be stored as fat.
Moreover, she said she regularly receives cases of overweight children, adding that one of the most crucial factors in ensuring they drop weight the healthy way is thorough counselling.
'Eating smaller portions of good quality and nutrient-rich food more often during the day is the way to go to drop weight, improve body quality and have more energy,' Dyan said.
By combining the benefits of protein boosting, protein rotation, inflammation busting, and acid-reducing alkalization, this diet maximizes your ability to drop weight. In "The A-List Diet", there is no point counting, no obsessing over the scale, and no gimmicks.
Our reel was a manual two-speed 80w, our line was 100-poundtest hollow-core Dacron, and our deep drop weight was a stick of heavy rebar with a monofilament loop duct taped to the top.
Load tested beyond drop weight, other Super Coil tether safety and strength features include a lanyard cord that is sewn lengthwise into the webbing to avoid damaging the cord integrity and ensure greater durability and strength.
I have never taken a steroid so there is no need for me to mask something, and I never had to drop weight by using this medicine.
People perceive diets as something you go on when you want to drop weight, then you can go off and back to your old ways.
The heights of the drop weight were set as 0.36 m, 0.48 m, or 0.76 m.