For many weight loss program dieters, the end result
may be less weight - but not necessarily a better looking
A skinny body, is not necessarily a healthy body.
A skinny body is not always a firm, taut and terrific
Starvation dieters become sea-saw victims of “skinny
fat syndrome” after deiting away all their muscle,
to leave behind the flabby fat remains.
The big problem is that MUSCLE is the engine that drives
your metabolism, and also what defines a good body shape.
Skinny people can have a high body fat measure.
For instance, a 5’ 7” woman weighting only
121 pounds would be considered thin on any height weight
chart , but can easily have a body fat measure as high
That’s 34 lbs of fat out of 121 lbs, leaving
only 87 pounds of lean body mass and fat free-tissue!
And....can you imagine how:
- slow this womans metabolism would be with only
87 pounds of lean body mass?
- weak she would be with no muscle mass
- awkward looking she would be with no curvy shape
Rapid bodyweight loss almost never lasts, which leads
to see-saw dieting, which starves the body of nutrition
and leaves little energy for exercise.
Never starve yourself. It’s better to burn more
calories with exercise and activity than it is to cut
more calories. If you want proof - read about G-Flux.
When you’re active and burning calories, you
can eat much more, giving your body more healthy:
Proper nutrition = optimum health.
Starve yourself = inadequate nutrition =
training a part of your lifelong exercise
Resistance training is the stimulus that signals your
body to retain lean muscle when you are on a moderately
reduced calorie fat loss program.
training is NOT just for bodybuilders.
is also beneficial, but don’t do just cardio.
It is not enough on its own.
Cardio + Weight Training, used together
will result in the fastest, healthy fat loss results
possible, whilst maintaining all your muscle.