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  1. Working to get Stronger

    I am not going to bother beating around the bush. I want to become stronger, but I don't know what I need to achieve that. I am 320 pound man I am 6'4 at 22 years old. I want to be able to look at myself in the mirror and not feel ashamed that I have let myself go this far. I have tried repeatedly to lose weight, but I have never been able to break 300 and go under. Each time that I have I would always plateau and no matter how hard I pushed I could seem to break through this wall in my way. So I am trying to find others who can help me overcome this and achieve my goals. Right now I don't have access to much in the way of weight training equipment. Only the things that are provided by my apartment complex. I have an elliptical machine, a cycling bike, a treadmill, several sets of hand-weights up to 50 lbs., and a bench. I won't make excuses about "oh if I had this machine it'd be easier". I am content with working with what I have, but I don't know what I should be doing with these. If anyone could help me with this whether it's advice on what exercises I could be doing and how often to do them or if I should be doing cardio everyday or anything else that might be needed. I've said before that I want to get stronger, but I intend to push as hard as I can to achieve that.