Fat Loss Tips - #37 Here's today's 3 top fat loss tips: Stop…
Fat Loss Tips – #47
Here’s today’s 3 top fat loss tips:
Paul differentiates between a deload week (during a cut) and a diet week, as it’s very important to note the difference. Often, they can be used in conjunction with eachother, but they’re not the same. A deload week is a reduction in total work performed in the gym for the week. A diet break is an increase in total calories back up to maintenance, for at least a week, preferably longer.
A diet break therefore, obviously requires a change in calories. Whereas a deload week doesn’t. The purpose of a deload week is to allow for recovery and to prevent injuries from occuring (resulting more often than not from sheer overuse). You don’t necessarily need more food to do this (although it would help), you just need to back off in the gym a little.
This is a great article and I wholeheartedly agree with the five points listed. I don’t think TRT is a cure-all, but it becomes incredibly powerful if you still have low testosterone after lifting weights, becoming strong, sorting your diet out and losing excess fat. And even if you do all of these things, once you surpass a certain age your testosterone levels are kind of screwed no matter what you do.
And by this I’m of course talking about the inevitable suffering that eventually comes with significant fat loss, and significant body composition changes. You always suffer at least a bit if you want to get really lean and look awesome. You always suffer at least a little bit if you want to put on slabs of muscle. But in both cases you become more resilient and improve as a person.
You also look better, feel better and function better. Your life literally improves as a result. Always keep this in mind when the diet gets hard.
There you go; 3 quick but incredibly useful fat loss tips for you. Try them and your fat loss results will improve – get to work.
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