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This was an GREAT ARTICLE. .my hours are all over the place i dont get up till 12am be to work by 1:30pm get off at 10:30pm then try to workout at 11:15pm sleep by 12:30-1am then start it all over again how can I fit HIT workouts in
It’s up to you. Typically if you are trying to lose weight we suggest doing fasted training and taking Forge so help out. The HMB will help spare muscle and the added yohimbine will target stubborn fat. Just make sure you have a post workout meal after with some protein. 🙂
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Having an active hobby — and if you don’t already have one, developing one — is important. Get engaged in some kind of sport, whether it’s a group activity or something you can do alone. Essentially, if an activity is pleasant to you, you’ll continue to do it.
I am 25 year old, 5’3 weigh 132 and I initially started with a goal to lose body fat. I was working out 3-4 times a week and I’m actually pretty fit, most of my muscle was on my legs … but once I started my calorie deficit diet 20-25% (eating about 1460 calories) consuming 1gram per body weight of protein, cardio (stairmaster) of 30 min x 5 days, and weightlifting 5 days a week 1-2hrs per day by the fourth week I had lost most of my leg and glute muscle… all I wanted was to lose body fat, what did I do wrong in the process? Too much cardio ? Or very low Calorie deficit?
Hey Mike, I usually do cardio with weights in the morning before I eat once a week, then I do HIIT 3 times a week before I eat. I’m fine with the workouts I’m just having trouble with my macros. I started the year at 215lbs and I’m now down to 160lbs I don’t want to lose more weight if anything I should gain some, I just want to lose fat. Should I base my calories and macros as If I’m just trying to gain weight and build muscle and the fat will basically fade away over time or what should I do?
Stubborn tummy fat can be very hard to shift. Due to our often sedentary lifestyles and stressful jobs, medicated with alcohol and biscuits, belly fat can easily build up. And, it’s not just our ability to win the swimsuit competition that’s affected by the belly build up: fat deposits around the belly are linked to serious health issues, including type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease.
Add resistance training. A 2006 study published in the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism suggests that combining cardiovascular (aerobic) exercise with resistance training is more effective than cardiovascular training alone in getting rid of abdominal fat. You can do resistance training with free weights, exercise machines or resistance bands and it may also be useful to train from unstable positions due to increased muscle activity.
For example, dangerous visceral fat — the type of deep fat that tends to accumulate near your belly, surrounding your vital organs — raises the risk for serious conditions, including heart disease, diabetes and many others. According to a report published in the Lancet, as of 2005, globally “Excess body weight was the sixth most important risk factor contributing to the overall burden of disease worldwide.” (1) The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that in 2005 approximately 1.6 billion people worldwide were overweight and that at least 400 million adults were obese.
I work 3-11 am and eat (clean) during this time. I get home and nap until 4 pm then go to the gym around 5. I’m thinking if my last bit of food was at 10am ish then by the time 5pm rolled around I’d technically be fasted correct? Hard to find a routine around my work schedule but this is what I’m working with. Thanks for any tips.
When your body is low on calcium, it produces a hormone that signals the body to store visceral fat. Meeting your recommended daily calcium needs (that’s 1,000 milligrams for adults) can help reduce levels of this hormone. And a recent study published in Obesity Research found that calcium from dairy has a stronger effect than calcium from other sources. I recommend eating low-fat Greek yogurt as a daily snack (just six ounces contain about 20 percent of your recommended dietary allowance for calcium), though any low-fat dairy will do.
While this approach to losing belly fat is not a good fit for everyone (such as some athletes, those who are underweight, or women who experience hormonal alterations easily), it has been shown to help many struggling with being overweight to drop pounds while not feeling hungry or deprived. (11)
I haven’t tested in a couple months though so maybe due for another testing just to be sure. Thanks for the tip, I might try that with the carbs. Here are pictures I took just this morning. My place can be a bit dark and not sure if lighting is enough so I’m attaching another (the one in the camo pants) taken a couple of weeks at my gym that has better lighting I think.
There are several ways to practice fasting, including: skipping breakfast, eating all you want five days out of the week, severely limiting calories on some days or even not eating anything at all some days, or limiting your eating hours to only 6 or 8 hours a day.
Hello Mike, loved BLS and BBLS got them both on audio. My question is how is it possible to track calories (and macros) for home cooked meals? Is getting a food scale and measuring cup the only way? This has been my biggest obstacle in losing weight I never know how much I’m eating.
a. This is similar to what we call the cat stretch pose. This is also known as the four-point, transverse-abdominal stomach vacuum. Follow the steps mentioned below to do this exercise for reducing belly fat: