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Adding muscle mass and losing fat are opposing processes. If you're gaining weight, you're gaining both fat and muscle. If you're losing weight, you're losing both fat and muscle. Except in cases of extreme obesity, it's essentially impossible to gain muscle mass and lose fat simultaneously. You can push the proportions one way or the other (gaining more ...


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I want to start off with the first of two scenarios, either you're having health issues due to imbalance, or you aren't but just want to make sure... I want to start off with the most obvious, which is if you have signs of muscle asymmetries such as rounded shoulders, back pain, tight muscles such as tight hamstrings, limited mobility or flexibility, lower ...


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This is going to be a yes and no answer, and here is why. If you start from nothing, you will have not have a lot of muscle mass in your legs. Cardio activities such as running, sprinting and cycling will indeed increase muscle mass at this point. It wont grow at the same rate as if you were doing strength exercises though. The reason for this is because the ...


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You do not have "low testosterone" and even if you did, you would build muscle and overall fitness the same way that everyone else does - through training. 350 ng/dL is within a normal range for a 35 year old man, for reference 450 ng/dL is the 50th percentile (the exact middle, neither high nor low). Getting to a healthy bodyfat level will likely ...


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Low testosterone in men is only caused by two main factors, there are actually more possible things happening here but the two most common are being fat and old. Some people look skinny, even though they are fat. You can be a stick man of 60 kilos ( 144 pounds) but 25% bodyfat...which means you are borderline obese. Obesity is not about how much you weight ...


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I have low T also (390) and have been able to gain muscle by training hard 3x a week (5 sets, 6 reps of bench, press, squats, pull downs, dead lifts). The key, however, it eating a ton (4 protein shakes a day with 30-50 grams of protein, along with three big meals a day). Do this and I GUARANTEE you that you’ll gain muscle, but you HAVE to train three days a ...


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