I have been exercising for 5 month during 60 mins of cardio 5 days a weeks and weight training. At the beginning I
was losing about 3-4 pounds a week, eating about 100-105 grams of protein, drinking 64-100 ozs of water. I have
seem great results in increased muscle mass but have started to see no weight lost. I believe I have plateaued. I still
would like to lose more weight but do not know what to do. Please help.
You should increase your protein intake and decrease your carbohydrate intake in order to lose bodyfat. Even though
100 grams of protein per day may seem like a lot it is not. You need to eat at least 1 gram of protein per pound of
bodyweight each day.
Losing weight is a complicated process, but basically it comes down to creating an energy deficit — that is, burning more calories than you eat.
Many of us believe the path to that energy deficit is more exercise: making energy out higher than energy in. More hours running in the park. More hours on the exercise bike at the gym. More hours in the pool.
Conventional wisdom dictates that, if you want to shed kilos, a punishing exercise regimen is the way to do it — but conventional wisdom is wrong.
“If you actually want fat loss, diet is better,” declares Dr Michael Mosley, the physician who popularised the 5:2 diet and presenter of the BBC series Trust Me, I’m a Doctor.
Yeah, exercise burns calories… the trouble is, it burns a lot less calories than most people think.
Workout Before Breakfast
Working out before you BREAK-YOUR-FAST or before having your first meal of the day is the most common sense way to burn more fat faster because when you don’t eat for long periods of time…
Your blood sugar, insulin and carb/glycogen levels are all lower forcing your body to burn more fat since it’s not a lot of blood sugar & carbs around to burn for energy. See 2 ways to burn fat faster in the morning