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Question #1331 posted on 11/08/2003 4:02 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,
I am an athlete on a sports team here at BYU in my senior season. I have gained about 20-25 pound of muscle since starting here and lifting regularly. After I graduate, I will not be able to spend as much time working out and lifting weights, and I don't want to turn fat. What do you suggest as the best way to trim down in weight, mostly cutting down on muscle mass, while working out about 30-45 minutes a day?

- Pleasantly Plump

A: Dear P.P.,

You could give some of it to me.

- Mighty Quinn

P.S. Contact the trainers for the sports team you play for. They should provide you with the information you need or point you in the right direction.
A: Dear Prof. Plump,
Low weight, high reps. And as terrible as it may sound, running is a great way to shed pounds without putting on muscle. Have you seen those cross-country runners? Scary.
-Thor