This is a highly controversial topic which seems to pop-up on the radar more often than man-boobs show up at the beach. Not only is it possible (based on my own experience), but written authors such as Tom Venuto have been preaching this very concept for a while now with books such as Burn The Fat. Limit your carb intake at other times if you can, and avoid eating 2 hours before bed time for maximum GH release whilst you sleep. To add muscle size and reduce fat, you NEED to up the intensity when you train. This means, shorten your rest periods to a maximum of 60 seconds between sets (optimally keep them to 45 seconds). I’m currently using Visual Impact as my training bible and am finding it a kick-ass weapon with these 2 goals in mind.
Ultimately this means, you’re throwing a spanner into the mass-building machine and throwing your muscle-building potential right out the window.
Sleep for at least 7 hours a night with an optimum time of 8. Not enough sleep is catabolic to your hard-earned muscle (especially during such an intense regimen).
You mentioned intermittent fasting – I found it a great way to cut calories AND have energy because on the other days the caloric intake is normal. Basically 100% of my exercise is heavy weight lifting ( basically 80% or greater of my 1 rep max ) for upper body day 1 and day 4. Hope I didn’t go overboard, but that has seemed to work for me with toning my body while maintaining a lower body fat ratio. If im eating enough to put on size, who says i can’t fast for 24 hours and burn through my fat stores then repeat? I think once you have reached a certain body fat level, it can become tougher and tougher to make the same sort of progress you see when you first started out.
As for turbulence training, i haven’t tried it myself, but have heard reports that it is in fact good. Nice post, this kind of approach is my modus operandi when it comes to staying in shape year round. Why does no-one ever consider the fact that, although you may need a calorie excess to build muscle, we already have tha in the form of stored bodyfat?
A good idea for carb intake for those who need to gain weight is to eat bagels, they have extra calorie dense and a good source of complex carbohydrates.
One bowl contains around 500 calories, which is healthy as well as a delicious option for breakfast, It’s also loaded with nuts and oats which are great for our bodies. Weight training help you’re body gain muscle weight consume a good source of protein after a workout, this will help build muscle.
Make sure all of your food groups are present in every meal, even if you are trying to gain weight, the healthy way. Trans fat snacks, these are called the “empty calories” they fill you in but not for long and don’t do any good to our bodies and they are loaded with unhealthy nutritional facts. Disclaimer: All content on this website is for informational purposes only and should not be considered to be a specific diagnosis or treatment plan for any individual situation. If you want to know what it really takes to build muscle and lose fat at the same time, then you want to read this article.
You may or may not be able to do it, depending on your body composition, training experience, and more.
So, in this article, I’m going to help you understand how body recomposition works and exactly what to do to build muscle and lose fat at the same time. Protein synthesis refers to the creation of new cells and protein degradation refers to the elimination of unwanted ones. Now, when we train our muscles we damage the cells in the muscle fibers, and this signals the body to increase protein synthesis rates to repair the damage. Our bodies are smart, too, and want to adapt to better deal with the activity that caused the muscle damage.
Thus, what we think of as just “muscle growth” is actually the result of protein synthesis rates exceeding protein breakdown rates over time. In other words, when your body synthesizes (creates) more muscle proteins than it loses, you have gained muscle. In short, they are doing everything they can to bolster protein synthesis and suppress protein degradation rates with the aim of gaining as much muscle as possible. In order to lose fat, you need to give your body less energy (food) than it burns over time. While necessary for losing fat, a calorie deficit causes the body to adapt in various ways.
As you can imagine, these changes directly interfere with your body’s ability to create new muscle proteins.
And to make matters worse, many people trying to lose weight also make diet and training mistakes that further impair muscle building and accelerate muscle loss. Use this workout and flexible dieting program to lose up to 10 pounds of fat and build muscle in just 30 days…without starving yourself or living in the gym. The good news, however, is that if you’re anxiously reading this article, you probably can build muscle and lose fat at the same time. And when that’s the case, I can almost guarantee that you can add muscle and lose fat at the same time. The long story short is when you first start weightlifting, or first start properly overloading your muscles, your body is hyper-responsive and can gain muscle at a very fast rate.
Most guys can gain up to 25 pounds of muscle in their first year of weightlifting (and most girls can gain up to half of that). When powered by newbie gains, you won’t gain as much muscle in a calorie deficit as you would in a calorie surplus, but you can gain enough to dramatically improve your physique. So, with that out of the way, let’s move on to how to actually build muscle and lose fat at the same time. Just because your body can lose fat and build muscle simultaneously doesn’t mean it comes easily. As I mentioned earlier, even when you do it right, muscle growth is slower while in a calorie deficit than a surplus. That is, if you could gain 10 pounds of muscle in your first 12 weeks of weightlifting if you were in a mild calorie surplus, you could expect to gain about 5 pounds if you’re in a deficit.
Wild claims on the Internet about losing double-digit amounts of body fat in a couple months and gaining the same in muscle are lies.
So, with that in mind, let’s take a look at how to actually go about gaining muscle and losing fat at the same time.
Both groups ate a high-protein diet and, after 4 weeks, the athletes on a 300-calorie deficit lost very little fat and muscle while the group on a 750-calorie deficit lost, on average, about 4 pounds of fat and very little muscle. These findings completely jive with my experience both with my body and the thousands of people I’ve worked with. You can be aggressive (but not reckless) with your calorie restriction and dramatically increase fat loss without sacrificing muscle. Thus, if you want to look as good as possible when you’re lean, you want to add muscle to your frame as quickly as possible.
Compound exercises involve multiple major muscle groups and require the most whole-body strength and effort.
Isolation exercises involve one muscle group and require significantly less whole-body strength and effort. If you want to build maximum muscle and strength, you want to focus on compound exercises in your workouts.
This has been known in bodybuilding and strength training circles for decades now, and you can find scientific evidence of it as well. There’s a good reason why the most popular weightlifting programs in the world revolve around building strength on a handful of key, compound lifts. One of the first questions I had when I started lifting was how heavy I should be training. Well, I quickly learned that getting a simple answer to this question is far from simple. The amount of dissent among experts leaves you scratching your head, wondering whom to believe.
That was years ago, though, and I’ve done a lot of studying since and have worked with a few thousand people, and I feel I have an answer worth sharing. If you want to maximize muscle growth, you want to train with heavy loads and a moderate volume. As with the emphasis of compound movements, this is backed by both decades of anecdotal and scientific evidence.
A high-volume, moderate-intensity group that did 4 workouts per week consisting of 4 sets per exercise in the 10 to 12 rep range (70% of 1RM). A moderate-volume, high-intensity group that did 4 workouts per week consisting of 4 sets per exercise in the 3 to 5 rep range (90% of 1RM). Both groups did the same exercises (which included the bench press, back squat, deadlift, and seated shoulder press), and both were instructed to maintain their normal eating habits (which was monitored with food diaries). After 8 weeks of training, scientists found that the high-intensity group gained significantly more muscle and strength than the high-volume group. It’s no surprise that the high-intensity group gained more strength, but many people wouldn’t have expected them to gain more muscle as well. And this, in turn, results in a greater adaptation across a larger percentage of the muscle tissue.
This is more important than maximizing cellular fatigue through high-rep sets, drop sets, giant sets, and so forth.
In the study outlined above, subjects increased weight after hitting their prescribed reps for two workouts. The key here was an emphasis on increasing weight on the bar, not on increasing the number of reps performed.
Now, that isn’t to say that higher rep training and isolation exercises have no place in a weightlifting program. You can lose fat without doing cardio, but if you want to lose it as quickly as possible, you want to include cardio in your routine.


And while you can accelerate fat loss with something as simple as walking, if you want to lose fat as rapidly as possible and don’t mind a challenge, then you want to do high-intensity interval training (HIIT).
The high-intensity intervals push your body toward its metabolic limits (basically as hard as you can go) and the low-intensity intervals allow it to recover (catching your breath). This style of training is gaining more and more popularity these days because studies show it’s far better for burning fat and preserving muscle than the more traditional low-intensity steady-state cardio. HIIT burns more fat over time than low-intensity cardio, and a study conducted by scientists at The University of Western Ontario gives us insight into how much more effective it really is. Researchers had 10 men and 10 women train 3 times per week, with one group doing 4 to 6 30-second treadmill sprints (with 4 to 6 minutes of rest in between each), and the other group doing 30 to 60 minutes of steady-state cardio (running on the treadmill at about 65% of VO2 max).
After 6 weeks of training, the subjects doing the intervals had lost significantly more fat.
Significant spikes in growth hormone levels (which aid in fat loss) and catecholamine levels (which are chemicals your body produces to mobilize fat stores for burning).
The science is clear: if your goal is to burn as much fat in as little time as possible, then HIIT is the way to go.
Studies have also shown that the longer your cardio sessions are, the more they impair strength and muscle growth.
And when the goal is optimizing body composition (which requires progress in the weight room), you need to keep your individual cardio sessions short but intense enough to burn a significant amount of calories, and your total weekly duration relatively low. Fat is bulky and lumpy so if you carry an extra five pounds of fat, you'll be lumpier than with five pounds more muscle. A woman weighing 150 pounds with 19% fat will look much smaller (and be much healthier) than a woman at 150 pounds with 35% fat. Hey, today I have a special blog post from Tom Venuto, Author of Burn The Fat, Feed The Muscle, and the undisputed King of Fat Loss about transforming your body composition from nasty, ugly fat to sexy muscle.
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Of course, some of the contestants in our last Burn The Fat Challenge contest DID drop a lot of weight – 14, 19, even 26 lbs in only 7 weeks. Some contestants became winners because they made astonishing improvements in their muscle to fat ratio, even though they didn’t lose much weight. For example, Josh lost LESS than a pound because the solid new muscle weight replaced the fat weight. However, these body composition transformations do show what is possible with hard work, a goal, support and accountability. My fat burning programs have helped dozens of men and women lose over 100 pounds, and up to as much as 256 pounds. Why then, did I show you the success stories above, where there was virtually no “weight loss”, instead of 100+ pound massive weight loss stories – the kind so popular on TV shows today? You may have a lot of weight to lose (body fat), but weight loss is not all there is to a body transformation.
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Measurement of Obesity in AdultsObesity is determined by measuring body fat, not just body weight. Effects of Certain MedicationsSome prescription medications contribute to weight gain, usually by increasing appetite. Biological Effect of Childhood Obesity on Adult WeightAchieving a healthy weight becomes more difficult as children get older. Insulin Resistance, Type 2 Diabetes, and Metabolic SyndromeType 2 Diabetes and Insulin Resistance. I don’t remember seeing this much coverage on weight in the 70s as it wasn’t as big a problem then or at least it wasn’t in the media. When I was in school, we had cafeterias that took pride in their meals and were cooked by little old ladies in the back.
This diet started way back maybe even beyond the 50s but I do remember in 1967 many of the bodybuilders on the beach drinking quart containers of extra rich milk or even cream. Supplements were just breaking ground around then and the main things to take were liver pills that were extreme in building stomach gases and Soy protein, which really didn’t work that well. Dinner -Steak, or Chicken with small salad, cottage cheese and sugar free jello and vegetables.
This was considered high protein, low carbohydrate and the fats came from eggs and cheese and for some of the other people, extra rich milk or cream.
This will keep your heart-rate up allowing you to burn fat whilst you hammer your muscles into oblivion.
This is certainly a hot topic no a days and in fact something we repeatedly discuss in my exercise physiology class at UM.
I certainly think that it is possible and I certainly hope that we are right because it is what I am doing now. Day 2 and 5 are 75% heavy weight lifting with 80% of 1 rep max for lower body and 25% cardio ( running for me ).
Has no-one thought maybe we could dip into our fat stores to give us fuel, so what’s to say we can’t be in a calorie deficit daily, but in fact gain muscle through utilising the X number of calories we already have round our waists along with adequate protein and a solid training program?? Use of this website and the information contained herein does not create a doctor-patient relationship. To do this, they add cells to the muscle fibers, and this is how muscles get bigger and stronger (and why progressive overload is so important for building muscle and strength). Two adaptations are particularly relevant to the subject at hand: a reduction in both anabolic hormone levels and protein synthesis rates. When in a calorie deficit, protein synthesis rates may not be able to outpace protein degradation rates and hence, no muscle growth. Contrast that with the reality that someone with 3+ years of proper training under their belts is limited to 3 to 5 pounds of muscle gain per year, and you see the magnitude of these effects. What you’re usually looking at is a combination of muscle memory, drugs, and Photoshopping.
It is super affordable and will be the most important money you have ever spent on yourself. Think about this – if you gain muscle in a weight loss contest, you get penalized, right? As you can see from his photos, he looks leaner AND more muscular, but the scale hardly changed at all! What most women don’t realize is that if you strip off fat AT THE SAME TIME as you put on lean muscle, you don’t get bulky – you get strong and sexy!
She gained an astonishing 7 pounds of muscle during the last Burn the Fat challenge contest. Most people don’t lose 7 pounds of fat weight and replace it with 7 pounds of muscle weight in 7 weeks. I’ve published their success stories on the Burn The Fat Website, in the burn the fat newsletter and in our famous success story interviews at the Burn The Fat Inner Circle.
Our winter contest (the holiday challenge is only 7 weeks (49 days) long and takes place over the Thanksgiving, Christmas and New year’s Holidays. If people do not balance energy input and output by eating right and exercising, fat can build up.
People might be over the weight limit for normal standards, but if they are very muscular with low body fat, they are not obese.
Anthropometry is the measurement of skin fold thickness in different areas, particularly around the triceps, shoulder blades, and hips. The odds of obesity persisting into adulthood range from 20% in 4 year olds to 80% in teenagers. Most people with type 2 diabetes are overweight or obese, and weight loss may be the key to controlling the current epidemic of type 2 diabetes.
Never a truer word has been spoken and you can look around and pretty much tell who eats right and who doesn’t.
Today more people are on the run and want to eat quick so they pick those items that are full of sugars and fats and don’t stop to analyze what’s in it and what it will do to them.
But, I got most my information out of reading muscle magazines, which the average person would never read and even laugh at me for doing it. Some would go to restaurants and drink the cream right out of the containers on the tables.
Trying to loss a small amount of fat while getting the maximum amount of muscle gain that I can. Still, if you want dramatic results, go for one then the other… namely fat loss THEN muscle gain.
If they lost 5% body fat FIRST, then switched to a mass-build phase, the results would be so much more pronounced. As you said, it is easier for a person who is overweight or unfit to change their body composition and make serious changes.
Always consult with your own doctor in connection with any questions or issues you may have regarding your own health or the health of others.


If it creates more or less the same number as it lost, you have neither gained nor lost muscle. Because muscle is more dense than fat the person with less fat and more muscle will look smaller.
But the person who drops the most pounds is not necessarily voted the winner in the Burn The Fat Challenge.
Her body transformation pics put to rest the idea that women get bulky from gaining muscle.
More typical results might be 1-2 pounds per week of fat lost (7-14 pounds in 7 weeks) and, if you do everything right, 2 or 3 pounds of muscle gained at the same time. The common factor appears to be insulin resistance -- that is, the body can no longer respond properly to insulin.
I look at today’s society and see obesity all around me starting with the kids right on up to the adults.
I was not super strict with my diet, i could have gotten better results, but all in all, i think it is definitely possible to achieve both. I lost 50 lbs through diet and cardio with a light body workout but I ended up losing some muscle and decided to try flipping my exercise and diet around. Fit people find it harder i guess, it is as if the body gets used to hard training and gets resilient to change. Gaining some weight is common with age, and adding about 10 pounds to a normal base weight over time is not harmful.
TV reality shows are all popping up now with those like The Biggest Loser, Jillian Michael’s Losing It and specials on obesity and diabetes. However when you would try to explain this to someone on the street, it would be an argument about how they liked to eat all the other foods. The reason for this was of course the extra protein and the fat content for energy, which I’ll get into later in this article. I have stayed the same all year round, but now i am trying to break the plateau by starting Turbulence Training and being stricter with my diet. I came up with a little bit of program for myself to keep myself at the same weight while toning muscle. To determine if a child is overweight or obese, experts compare BMI levels of children at the same age to each other.
This wasn’t a case of like or dislike, but we would eat for results even if we didn’t like the food.
Since I work a typical schedule and I have a wife and kids I had to find the best schedule which was a 5 day plan with varying intensities with a 2 day rest period. They generally contain more calories and unhealthy fats, and fewer nutritious ingredients, than homemade or restaurant meals. Women gain fat predominantly in the stomach, hips, and thighs, while men tend to gain fat in the belly and waist.
By age 55, the average American has added nearly 40 pounds of fat during the course of adulthood. Some people are also just born with more fat cells.After adolescence, fat cells tend to increase in mass rather than quantity, so that adults who overeat and gain weight tend to have larger fat cells, not more of them. Stray away from anything with greater than 50% fat or high sodium content ( like cheese, or diet soda, oh noes!
Most standard criteria have not recommended weight-loss surgery for diabetics whose BMI is less than 35.IntroductionA stable weight depends on a balance between the energy you get from food and the energy you use. They may blame themselves for not having the will power to keep the weight off, and many regain more than they lost.Today, we know that biology is the reason some people cannot keep this weight off. This condition is made worse by the fact that muscle and bone mass decrease with age.Risk by Gender. This growth in mass may be responsible for the greater risk of persistent obesity among teenagers compared to small children who are overweight.
Even among people who live in the same environment and eat the same foods, some become obese and others do not. Your body generally uses this energy to keep your temperature steady and the muscles of your heart and intestine working. They are also used to help decide when surgery may be most appropriate.Calculating Body Mass Index. Thermogenesis accounts for about 10% of spent energy.When a person consumes more calories than the energy they use, the body stores the extra calories in fat cells (lipocytes). In some people, this system may not be working correctly.Think about the gas gauge in your car.
Weight gain in the area around the waist (apple type) is more dangerous than weight gained around the hips and flank area (pear type). You would want to put in more gas, even when the tank is already full.Some people may struggle to maintain a healthy weight because one or more of the signals that tells the brain when they have eaten enough does not work correctly. Low income women and their families tend to have fewer fruits and vegetables and are actually taking in more calories a day than higher-income women. In other words, the gas tank (stomach) may be full, but the brain (gas gauge) does not realize that.The Biological Pathway to AppetiteAppetite is determined by processes that occur both in the brain and gastrointestinal tract. However, obesity is increasing in young adults with college education as well as in other groups.Ethnic Groups. Eating patterns are controlled by areas in the hypothalamus and pituitary glands (in the brain).The body produces a number of molecules that increases or decreases appetite, including leptin. Among ethnic groups in general, African-American women are more overweight than Caucasian women are, but African-American men are less obese than Caucasian men are.
When energy input is equal to energy output, there is no expansion of fat cells (lipocytes) to accommodate excess. When you take in more calories than you use, the extra fat is stored in your lipocytes and you begin to accumulate fat. It is associated with obesity and is difficult to treat.About 30% of people who are obese are binge eaters who typically consume 5,000 - 15,000 calories in one sitting Bulimia is binge eating followed by purging in order to lose weight.
Still, leptin's role in obesity is unclear.Specific Genetic FactorsOur bodies are set to maintain weight within a certain range.
Office workers, drivers, and people who sit for long periods are at higher risk for obesity.Ex-Smokers. Nicotine increases the metabolic rate, and quitting, even without eating more, can cause weight gain. If a person has the genetic makeup for obesity and they eat a lot of high-calorie foods and do not exercise, it is almost certain they will become obese. It will likely be harder for such a person to stay at a healthy weight than someone who does not have the genes for obesity.Obesity is not caused by just one gene.
It is important to note that weight control is not a valid reason to smoke.People with Disabilities.
Those with disabilities in the lower part of the body, such as the legs, are at highest risk.People with Chronic Mental illnesses. However, scientists have not yet discovered the exact genes that contribute to obesity.Genetics also determines the number of fat cells a person has.
People who have a chronic mental illness are at high risk for obesity and diabetes, most likely due to their lifestyle. Some people are simply born with more.Learned Behaviors and HabitsThe way we eat when we are children may strongly affect our eating behaviors as adults.
A child who is overweight or obese is more likely to be overweight or obese as an adult.Obese children are now developing health problems that used to be seen only in adults. They affect what we eat, when we eat, and how much we eat.Children are very good at listening to their body's signals of hunger and fullness. When these problems begin in childhood, they often become more severe when the child becomes an adult.Data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey shows that 17% of children and adolescents (aged 2 - 19) are obese. The number of obese children and adolescents has more than tripled since the 1980s.No single factor or behavior causes obesity. However, at some point a well-meaning parent may tell them they have to finish everything on their plate.
Obesity is caused by the many factors described above, including a person's habits, lifestyle, and environment. This forces them to ignore their fullness and to eat everything that is served to them.As adults, these same people may say that they feel guilty if they do not eat everything on their plate.
Many people have a very hard time breaking these habits.The foods we eat when we are children may influence our food likes and dislikes for life. Being raised on processed foods that are high in fat, salt, and sugar may make it difficult to start eating natural foods, such as fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, when we become adults.
Also, more people today work desk jobs compared to jobs in the past that had activity built into them.Devices such as remote controls, mobile telephones, escalators, elevators, and computers all make life easier for us.
But fewer trips up and down stairs and fewer walks down the hall at work to talk with a co-worker mean that we are storing more calories instead of burning them off.Researchers have found that labor-saving devices had reduced a person's energy use by over 100 calories a day. The average American now eats 100 - 200 more calories a day more than they did 10 years ago. Less activity and more calories can lead to a weight gain of 12 - 25 pounds every year.Long hours in front of a TV or computer may be the most hazardous pattern of behavior.
In one study, TV watching produced a lower metabolic rate than sewing, playing board games, reading, writing, and driving a car.



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