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No, this is false. Let me provide an example. You can't eat 100 Oreos before your workout and expect no weight gain or negative side effects. Regardless of whether you are working out or not, if you eat a lot of junk, you will get fat unless you are genetically gifted of one of our unnatural friends.
Protein shakes are just protein. In a shake. They won't magically help you gain weight. To gain weight, you need to lift weights and eat a lot. Protein shakes don't have to be part of it at all. The reason protein shakes come up when you search for weight gain solutions is because people can make money selling you protein shakes. They make money by saying ...
No. Protein shakes will not make you gain weight alone. In order to gain weight, you have to consume more calories, protein by itself does nothing for weight gain. If you want to gain weight from muscle, you have to lift weights while eating enough calories and protein. It's as simple as that.
This seems like a fairly reasonable projection, but keep in mind that as you lose fat, each pound (or kilo) of fat is harder to lose than the one before it. This means that your cut phase may slow down as you get towards the end. I wouldn't fret about this, its typical. I would also like to refer you to this article about this exact topic which I found ...
My answer is based on my own experiences, as well as those of the people I train with. For completeness, references are at the end. Short answer: For endurance training, eat before you train and fast after, for strength training, eat after you train and fast before. Longer answer: When you train endurance/cardio, you'll need the readily available energy ...
Before using the weight loss calculator I recommend you the best calorie calculator to accurate estimate of your daily calories required for loss.
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