How can I lose 5kg in 2 weeks?

I lost 6kg at 50lbs in 2 weeks.

A: You must be on a high protein diet.

B: Use proper form and exercise regularly. The key here is to maintain proper muscle balance in the form of high rep set and rep range training.

C: Go for short term gains (1-2 weeks)

It does seem like I am trying too hard at this point to not take it easy. If you look at weightlifting gains you have the perfect recipe for gaining strength and size in a very short amount of time – the diet is in place, the gym is in place, and all you have to do is keep lifting. However, if you can get the intensity up, then it is possible to gain strength over several months.

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