Let’s take an implausible scenario


- Alex decides he wants to change how his body looks... ‘I’ll have to cut out this crap to do it, maybe go keto as that worked for this guy at my old work’
- Alex ultimately fails because he loved carbs, had major cravings often & binged...

 


Scenario numero 2
- Alex still wants to change his physical look, he’s realised his current diet is pretty enjoyable but i...

 Mmmm pie *aahdafhsfhued* - everyone’s favourite chart type!

TL;DR – a calorie deficit is (still) needed for fat loss, no matter the ‘type’ of diet you choose (to endure, embrace, give cult-like following, Netflix & chill with so on…)

Yes, with fat loss a calorie deficit is still king, front & centre, printed on the money & coins. Any claims that this diet or that diet is superior or necessary & dis...

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...

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