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Bear in mind that cardio is not great for building muscle mass anyway. In fact depending on the type of cardio you're doing it may reduce your muscle mass slowly anyway, especially as you get older. If you really want to increase muscle mass you'll need to get more weights involved and do a bit less cardio. Try switching some of your cardio sessions to more ...


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Bioelectrical impedance analysis of body composition can give quite variable results, and in particular is known to be affected by water and food intake independent of body composition. So I wouldn't trust the numbers it's given you. If you're aiming to maintain or increase muscle mass though, you'll need to be resistance training. (You said your current ...


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Don't worry about it. My gym has had an InBody scanner for a few years now, so I've had a bit of experience with them. Assuming it's the same model as the one I'm used to, it uses bio-electrical impedance to measure your fat / muscle percentages. The problem with these is that, although you believe you're keeping all other variables the same, it's just not ...


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Definition (answer s. str.) "Low carb" usually means food that is low in starch and sugars. Sugars are usually saccharose, glucose and fructose, although other sugars like maltose and mannose might be included as well. Starch is food consisting of glucose chains, which means that your gut needs to break down the chains in order to take up the sugars. ...


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