Yep, even as we head towards 2020 carbs are still (if not more than before) getting a bad rap for pretty much anything diet related. Want to lose weight? Can’t eat carbs! Get healthier? Nope, no carb sir! It’s only a matter of time till they get the blame on climate change & Brexit…


Now when we’re talking fat loss we know (or hopefully do) that the underlying factor is calories & energy balance (o...

Hopefully you’re here from part 1 (if not go read it now), in which we gave you the ‘best exercise/s’ for either fat loss or muscle gain & went into the focus for both of these goals.

Now, we focus on the resistance training aspect, points to execute on & things to avoid.

 

First point here is NAIL the basics – Get your technique down, understand the reason of the movement (the muscles being used...

It’s time to move away from the thinking ONE exercise is the make or break for fat loss/muscle gain. Yes, some exercises will bring about greater results depending upon the goal, (like resistance training for body composition) BUT it’s not a case of this is the best & that should be cut from your life.

Also, NO it’s not combining 5 different exercises into 1 ‘super-duper pointless burpresquatnado...

Things I’ve heard recently -

‘You don’t need to be scared of it, it’s good fats. It’s only the bad fats you have to avoid!’

‘What is it? *looks at pic of large large cookie* Oh yeah, that’s terrible for you.’

‘God I ate so much over the weekend & got super drunk Sat, gonna have to punish myself this week!’

‘No I couldn’t eat that! That’s terrible for me I’d get so fat.’

‘That’s too much sugar, you gott...

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