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It sounds to me like you're looking for body recomp more than anything here. I would recommend just cutting the calories a little bit while maintaining relatively high protein. The calorie in calorie out balance is really what you're gonna wanna play with here. If cutting the calories in doesn't sound like something you're up for, then I would recommend some ...


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The two will burn the same amount of energy, and so there will not be any difference between the two in terms of fat loss. If you were running at a pace that you could sustain for 20 minutes but not for 40 minutes, then putting the walking break in the middle would be beneficial because it would allow you to run faster than you could if you did all the ...


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You say that you're looking to lose fat, but not looking to thin or lose weight. Those are largely contradictory goals. You might be able to lose fat while maintaining weight, but that means gaining the same weight back in muscle, which will never happen if you're just doing arm and chest exercises, because you're working on such a limited subset of your ...


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I think the proper way to look at this is to determine what your goals are. I've been on both sides -- at one point I was an elite endurance athlete. There were two head national team coaches. One felt like weight training was something you did if you were at the point of diminishing returns for endurance work. The other head coach wanted you to lift ...


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Combining strength training with cardio in the same workout is sub-optimal. Each modality reduces the effective stimulus of the other by some significant but relatively minor fraction. It's important not to misinterpret that statement, because it does not mean that combining them is "bad" or "stupid" or makes the workout "worthless&...


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Gravity Transformation says in another video that if you want to train both cardio and strength, to place the cardio as far away from the strength training session as possible. If you must train both on the same day, do the strength training first, to maximize set quality. He adds that lower intensity workouts (e.g. walking) have a lower interference effect ...


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You will weigh less after a hot shower, and, you hit the nail on the head; sweating and dehydration. You're losing water weight in a hot shower and depending on how long and how hot your shower is, this number can differ. It's similar to how MMA fighters sit in a sauna before weigh-in in order to make their weight class. The important part here is this ...


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0 hours The gym will help you build muscle, not lose fat and the more you exercise, the hungrier you will become. Fat loss happens in the kitchen with healthy diet choices. When I moved to a new city where started biking 10 miles a day and ... I gained 30 pounds. I'm approaching 220 now, bike everyday, workout on the rings twice a week doing weighted pushups ...


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Its not about the hours. Its about eating healthy and doing exercise properly. 1 hour of exercise is good. For proper reduction of bodyfat. you have to eat a clean diet more healthy protein foods. Drink plenty of water per day. If you want abs then it almost take 5-6 months to make it clear.


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