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... sure this question has been asked before but I don't feel like digging through old threads to find where. I've just recently begun weight training. My goal is to gain a lot of muscle and reshape my body as well as raise my metabolism. However, I'm also trying to burn off a good amount of fat especially around my midsection. ... (0 replies)
... I know this issue has been debate before and you'll find people on either side, but I've run into a problem which makes me wonder if cardio will solve it or make it worse. For the last 2 weeks, I have been doing resistance training but no cardio. ... (7 replies)
... lose any weight. In fact you may gain weight initially. ... (27 replies)

... I'm signing up to the gym in 2 days. My main aim is to lose weight, I'll be doing cardio almost every day such as on the treadmill, on the bike and rowing etc. ... (27 replies)
... and that it's not enough to just tell someone to go do 30 min of cardio and 30 min of weight training etc etc. ... (5 replies)
... naxis, thank you so much! i infilled some of my answers... (8 replies)
... that you absolutely must build some muscle. For your height, 105 is not realistic and in fact is quite unhealthy. That would be borderline anorexic with minimal muscle and fat and you have no chance of maintaining that weight healthfully. Muscle mass is more dense than fat, so you HAVE to get the scale numbers out of your head. ... (8 replies)
... First lets start with your goals. You want to lose fat and gain muscle. You said your body weight is OK, so it doesn't really need to change. ... (5 replies)
... te degree,lose weight and not lose muscle, by continuing your resistance training. In fact, weight training during dieting is one of the only documented ways to prevent muscle loss while dieting. Protein intake must be proportionally high and of good quality, as always when lifting. ... (4 replies)
... A lot of people like to do cardio right after weight lifting, but the reasoning behind it is somewhat flawed. People kept hearing that to burn fat, you need to deplete your muscle glycogen first. ... (30 replies)
... I think you misunderstood my question. I know all about how having more muscle in your body raises your metabolism. ... (3 replies)
... er rest and sleep. I tried to make gains in my teens while eating junk food and found that I crawled to a stop by junior year in high school. You can't build muscle eating cookies and cake. I was also doing the same basic routines over and over. That's not the way to get it done. ... (2 replies)
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Jan 25, 2006
... Strength training, diet and cardio. It will help you to gain some lean muscle which raises metabolism, burn calories and prevent more fat gain. ... (3 replies)
... trying to get back in shape, after a little bit of 'hibernation' during the winter months. i estimate i have about 10lbs of body fat to lose, and i would like to gain a bit of lean muscle mass. reading through these posts, i am becoming a bit confused about the best way to go about this. ... (5 replies)
... e to rest a minute between each set. You might not be able to complete the full 4 set of reps at first but the next time you will get closer, as your arms have gain strength. Keep in good form always to prevent any injuries and to build upper body strength properly. You dont want to do any "cheat moves". ... (10 replies)
... First, everything I post is usually in the context of fat loss, and not meant for those trying to gain muscle. ... (7 replies)
... While it's true that building more muscle will raise your metabolism, weight lifting by itself will not add muscle. ... (2 replies)

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