How much weight will i loose?

Hey guys, i've decided to get off my lazy but and started to work out. I spend too much time on my computer as i work from my pc, and i love the job so i don't want to quit it. I'm 17yrs old. 6ft Tall, 300 pounds in weight. I don't want to get skinny, i just want to become a reasonable weight and tone up maybe even build big muscle. I have bought a exercise bike and weight lifting set, i normally burn 1000 calories in 1 hour + 1/2, should i repeat this session 3 times a day? also i weight lift 3 times a day for half hour. My daily calories intake is around 1500, i don't eat any fat foods really, i've always eaten healthy plus i drink lots of water. Just wondering if i should change my routine and what's the max calories i should burn everyday? also how much weight should i lose. Thanks for reading guys, any help will be appreciated. Hi, sorry guys... forgot to mention i'm Male. Some of you thought i'm female. Many thanks for the replies!

Asked By: newtozer0 - 7/21/2006
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The following healthy living recommendations will help you if you’re trying to lose weight, tone up your muscles, have aspirations of building lean muscle mass, are attempting to get a wash board stomach, or just want to feel better... More
Answered By: Mike - 7/21/2006
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none because u are too used to ur computer. and u wont ever get a boyfriend cuz ur fat and when u do eventually mate, it will be wiht ur dad and ur sibling/offspring will be fat too.. glad i could help btw u sound like u are a big catch, meaning ur a TANK LADY
Answered By: Jay Jay - 7/21/2006
lose about 120 pounds than you should be ok
Answered By: MR COOL - 7/21/2006
Starting off that quickly is not healthy at all. Start slower and increase slowly. Ride 30-45 mins a day instead for now and break up your meals into 6 smaller ones to keep your metabolism going.
Answered By: Katz - 7/21/2006
You sound like you are on the right track...keep up the good work. I do know that doing some cardio first thing in the morning before you eat, after a large glass of water will burn the calories more efficiently than waiting until another time of day.
Answered By: peppermint_python - 7/21/2006
I am a skinny guy and personally I amattracted to women who are confident, fun, kind, considerate and energetic. Weight is completely irrelevant to make a woman or man attractive... More
Answered By: Ralph R - 7/21/2006
loose 100 pounds or more,,wow!!I used to be in that same place, I stay away from carbs and helps a lot,,& i also do 30min exercise everyday..youll loose a lot here
Answered By: joyce m - 7/21/2006
Good exercise but how many calories is not as important as where their from according to Harvard college website and new gov. pyramid. Change where they are from and fat comes off easier... More
Answered By: Ginkgo - 7/21/2006
1500 cals sounds good... More
Answered By: scubalady01 - 7/21/2006
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