Seems like everyone these days is trying to figure out how to lose fat and get that lean physique that so many people on social media seem to have.
But, two out of three people are overweight. So, what is it that’s keeping people from actually succeeding in their fat loss goals?
Well, the reality is that most people suffer from information overload. As a result, the brain believes that weight loss is incredibly hard when in actuality, it’s easy as hell.
A lot of fitness advice for women is pure… annoying.
Yes, that’s the first word that comes to my mind when I think of mainstream female fitness advice: annoying.
Having coached many women over the years, the most common question I hear is, “how can I get tone and burn fat?”
You see, this whole idea of “getting tone” is quite silly to me. So, we need to have a talk. Gather ’round ladies and let’s discuss the truth about fitness for women.
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Look, I get it… You’re a busy person. You work all day and have a family to take care of. You’re tired when you get home and don’t have the energy to hit the gym at 9pm.
Who the hell would want to hit the gym after a hard day of strenuous work? The last thing you want to do is run on a treadmill or lift some weights.
Hanging out with your family and spending the evening together is a much better use of your time. I completely understand your reasoning to avoid the gym.
If you’ve hit the gym long enough, you’ll eventually be faced with a dilemma:
Should you take steroids to increase your muscle building potential?
It’s a questions I’ve wrestled with in the past because I’ve always had a difficult time to put on size as someone with a skinny-fat physique.
Here’s the answer I’ve been able to come up with after given this topic some serious thought:
One of the biggest mistakes you could make when they lose weight and burn fat is this:
The possibility of also losing your hard-earned muscle mass.
This is a very real problem if you’re a natural lifter. In fact, as a natural, losing a bit of muscle mass is to be expected.
However, with a little bit of knowledge, you can drastically reduce your muscle loss during your dieting phase. In fact, if you do it right, you’ll retain most of your muscle mass.