If you change the distribution of your macronutrients to fewer carbs, you can radically change the look of your physique without cutting calories. In fact, you might be able to increase the calories that you take in while still getting leaner.
Several studies have found that athletes who severely restrict carb intake suffer a loss of training intensity. On the other hand, the body is capable of using other forms of fuel.
Now that you know your current average daily calorie intake—from the info in Part 1—you can figure out the changes you need to make. Here’s my next group of strategies for getting lean.
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Use Your Five Food Instincts to Lose Weight and Keep It Off
Most people either lift weights or do cardio. The smart ones, of course, do both.
Bodybuilders can be so focused that they never ease up on either training or dieting. Well, that can lead to … continue reading
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What the study found was that fat oxidation wasn’t suppressed in obese people who ate meals high in protein.
How long does it take for training results to show up? According to a recent study, you can expect beneficial … continue reading
Dr. Miller’s Holy Tea is an organic, all-natural great-tasting tea that gently cleanses and detoxifies the body.
The book is packed with insightful information on cholesterol, cortisol, good fats and bad fats—both are anabolic—food for sex and muscles, growth hormone and IGF-1.
Does cortisol really force fat onto your midsection, as seen in television commercials?
Venuto’s number-one principle is calorie deficit—if you burn more calories each day than you take in, you lose ugly fat. It’s not as easy as it sounds, though, primarily because of lapses in mind-set and motivation.
A recent study investigated the effect of cheonggukjang on various aspects of fat metabolism. For those of you who’ve never heard of cheonggukjang (me included), it’s a fermented soybean paste used in Korean cuisine. It contains whole as well as ground soybeans.
Science is finally catching up with the bodybuilding world. A new study verifies what muscleheads have known all along—that a … continue reading
Cardiovascular exercise is one of the more difficult aspects of bodybuilding, but it’s a necessity if you want to get … continue reading
Just 167 calories after your workout—it doesn’t take much to ensure that you get the optimal anabolic response to exercise. … continue reading
Only fatty fish contain generous levels of omega-3 fats—sardines, mackerel, salmon and halibut, for example. The lean fish favored by bodybuilders, such as mahimahi, tuna and orange roughy, have almost no omega-3s.
While such fat is undesirable from an aesthetic viewpoint, when it’s around the waist, it has a far more ominous portent because it’s a sign of deep-lying, or visceral, bodyfat.
When you’re preparing for a show, you have to focus on the things that you have to do in order to step onstage in top shape.
You may think I’m biased when it comes to this e-book. After all, my before and after photos are on … continue reading
Studies have shown that taking in simple carbohydrates along with an easy-to-digest form of protein like whey protein isolate greatly enhances muscle recuperation and growth by shuttling those important carbs and amino acids directly into the muscle cells after a hard workout.
Unlike conventional aerobics, which increases resting metabolic rate only when you’re actually exercising, interval training leads to a sustained rise in resting metabolic rate.
In a recent study a group of researchers managed to separate the normal fat-burning effects produced by exercise and compare them to what happens when green tea is drunk before the exercise.