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When you bulk you also gain fat, when you cut you also lose muscle the question simply is what is the majority. Your goal in a cut is to lose mostly fat and vice versa in a bulk. There is no way to avoid this. With proper training and eating you can guide your bulk or cut in the direction you would like it to go If you decide to cut now you will definitely ...


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I'm an ectomorph. I'm 6'2 and, maybe 140lbs. The only exercise I do are push ups, chin ups, sit ups, and triceps dips. I can easily lift my own body weight. I can carry over 200 lbs on my back. But, no matter how strong I get, I'm still skinny as hell. I love the ripped sinewy look. I have cool veins. I can walk forever, and, I can climb a rope with just my ...


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Let me share with you one of the websites I follow. Bodybuilding In this case I shared a post about Muscle toning because is the first approach we all think inmediatly when we read your case. It's easy to end up suggesting to you to do aerobic workouts, low weight and many reps. But It's not allways that simple. Body is not just a bunch of muscles. ...


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The most stubborn fat in the majority of women is lower body subcutaneous fat around the hip, butt and thighs. Hormones make women likely to deposit fat around the hips to support childbirth and lactation. Countering nature and losing fat from the hips specifically is challenging.


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It seems that your body type is the pear So your hips will be the last zone where you will losing fat. You just need to loose enough to hips began to slim down. As far as I understand, most of your workouts are cardio (running and walking). So you need to add some strength exercises. And at the same time, you do not need to grow big muscles and just burn ...


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Losing weight and losing fat are most often going hand by hand. Sometimes stress can be a very big factor that stops us from achieving our goals, as well as not getting enough sleep. Make sure to stay hydrated and don't drink too much alcohol. I used to struggle with fat in some areas but I found out that I had to be calmer during the whole time. Then I ...


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Excusme in advance for adding an answer instead of a comment. I can not add comments yet and I could not resist to give a different point of View. Why gym? Why weight lifting? Do you like such routine? There're thousand ways to lose weight and to carrie a healthy life. Is there any sport or physical activity that you like? Football? Basketball? Tennis? ...


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A problem with hypothyroidism is that you cannot fully correct for it. While you can bring your thyroid hormone levels back to the normal range, a person with a normal functioning thyroid will have small fluctuations in the level of thyroid hormones due to changes in energy demands causing a feedback on the metabolism. E.g. exercising hard for a few days ...


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Well you didn't talk about your diet, which is the largest contributing factor to your body fat. What you eat, and how much you eat, is the biggest component of your body fat far beyond whatever you do with exercise. Get your diet sorted out as a priority. Your time at the gym sounds like it could have been better spent. I'd recommend adhering to a proven ...


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My tip is... see a doctor. And if you did and they didn't really find anything, consider a second opinion. Really, there are so many possible causes of this that just giving you some tips is unlikely to solve it. And because the underlying cause might be a serious issue, it would be irresponsible of me or anyone who isn't a health professional to give you ...


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No. Fat is stored energy and is not relevant to the body section or organ it is stored on. Your body's metabolic system will pull the stored energy from wherever it wants to when it needs the excess energy. Many people do report that fat loss occurs in the order of first on, last off ..however this is purely anecdotal and not scientific


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There is nothing specific which will cause you to lose weight. Being in a caloric deficit will do that. Amy exercise that helps you lose weight is simply because it puts you in a caloric deficit meaning you are burning more calories than you are taking in. Is 15 minutes of any exercise really enough to put you in a major deficit that would cause significant ...



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