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Fat loss and Bodybuilding-Need advice?

Fat loss and Bodybuilding-Need advice? Topic: Fat loss and Bodybuilding-Need advice?
June 16, 2019 / By Coralie
Question: I am 6 ft tall, 27 years old male. I have been lean or skinny all my life, But since the last two ears I have gained weight drastically, mostly fat. I am 194 pounds, around 20 pounds too heavy. I always wanted to pack some good muscle but could not find the time, now I am really determined to do it, Do I first try to loose weight or start working my muscles right away and expect to loose fat in the process. I was told by someone that loosing abdominal fat ( I have a pot belly) is very difficult if I dont focus on loosing fat first tan building muscle. Loosing fat means calorie deficit and gaining muscle means calorie surplus, I am confussed, please help
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Bess Bess | 4 days ago
hmmmmmmm im pretty sure that for more muscles while dieting working out will still do the trick, but u will get less muscles. My advice: definetly focus on fat first with arobic exersize, and also work in some muscle workouts in ur exsercise routine, but not too much. This will increase muscular strength, while not giving you a lot more muscle u will definetly notice that they r MUCH firmer and have much more tone... also to optimize muscular building i think that protein is a key ingredient so u can work that in ur diet as well . Just remeber that fat=9 cals carbs=4 cals protien=4 cals as well =) good luck
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Bess Originally Answered: Where i can find free e-books on weight loss, bodybuilding and health food ?
There are lot of sites around that offer free ebooks or even newsletters that provide information about weight loss. However, it is important that you know you are getting quality information otherwise you can just be getting information overload with techniques that don't work. I found a great plan below that you can try. It is from are a weight loss group that is now allowing a few people in to try their program where you can lose 25 pounds in just a month.
Bess Originally Answered: Where i can find free e-books on weight loss, bodybuilding and health food ?
Just keep low at the meat. You do not rather want it. Just consume alot of excellent vegtables and salads. For wilderness rather of consuming icecream or some thing consume your favourite end result. Try your fine to endeavor every day, and in fact, theres no handy strategy to free weight! You simply ought to paintings rather rough, however keep healthful so your frame will probably be in ideal situation :)

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Thutmosis Thutmosis
Hi there, I wanted to know more about nutrition for body builders myself. I found this good ebook http://www.goobypls.com/r/rd.asp?gid=561. It helped.
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Thutmosis Originally Answered: Bodybuilding diet PLEASE?
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