Fat loss is about calories in versus calories out, but how much less should you eat to lose fat? This is one of the hardest and most important parts of dieting. There are pros and cons to large and small deficits, and you may want to use both depending on
You know that fat loss and muscle gain are about calories in versus calories out. You know that it’s okay to eat your favorite foods in moderation as long as they fit within your calorie limits. However, your problem is that you don’t know how many calories you need to
You’re willing to suffer. You want to be lean yesterday, and you’re willing to do whatever it takes to get there. You cut calories, eliminate as many foods as you can, and deal with being miserable because you know it will pay off. It will, in the short-term. It won’t,
You want to be lean, healthy, and long-lived. You also want to be fit. If you’re an athlete, model, or bodybuilder, your job might even depend on your ability to stay lean and/or excel at sports. You know that what and how much you eat are important for your goals.
Your favorite foods are poisoning you. Even foods that you thought were safe are actually destroying your health, making you fat, and shortening your life. That’s what you’ve been taught to believe. If there’s one mistaken idea that’s become more embedded in the fitness and health industry than any other,
You’ve heard calories are important. You’ve been told for years that weight loss is about calories in versus calories out. But you’re not happy with that explanation. You’ve heard other people say that calories don’t count — that thermodynamics don’t apply to humans. You’ve heard that weight loss is endlessly complex
Most endurance athletes are obsessive about eating after workouts, and you can’t blame them. Almost every magazine, book, blog, web article, coach, and expert nutritionist says that you should eat as soon as possible after endurance exercise.1-17 Some go so far as to say that “you are defeating the
Eating healthy meals while traveling is impossible. Well, not impossible, but it certainly feels that way for many people. This is especially true for athletes who are often more careful about what they eat. Traveling should be fun, and it shouldn’t have to ruin your nutrition plan. In this podcast,
Georgy Shpagin probably never cared about weight loss in his entire life. Growing up during several Russian revolutions, he was probably more worried about starving than losing a few pounds. As you’ll see, however, his struggles led him to a conclusion that can help any aspiring dieter lose weight.
Want to gain muscle? Then… 1. Lift weights. 2. Eat — a lot. If you’re doing those two things — you’ll grow. However, according to many sources, when you eat might be more important than how much. In theory, you’ll recover faster and gain more muscle and less fat if